Showing posts with label Adsense. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Adsense. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Best Adsense Plugin for WordPress

The best Adsense Plugin for WordPress that we recommend has all the features for someone with little or no technical knowledge. That is - you don't need to know any coding language and PHP nad all the rest of it. Simply install the plugin into your WordPress blog and let it work its magic. Monetizing a blog or a website can be pretty difficult. You would need to constantly play around with the various placements options available. You would also need to try different ad seizes to see which suit your blog or site the best. If you are new to this and are reading about Adsense for the first time. Adsense is a monetization platform brought to you by Google, that lets you place ad on your blog or site. When someone clicks on it you get paid - the amount you get paid will depend on the number of ad-views and number of clicks. So the more number of times your ads are displayed, the more clicks you are bound to receive which will in turn increase your earnings.

So if you have a blog and are looking for the right Adsense plugin - we recommend Quick Adsense

Quick Adsense Settings
best wordpress adsense pluginOnce you install Quick Adsense you have a whole lot of various options available to you.
1. You can place Ads anywhere in your content.
2. Top of content, middle or end of post.
3. You can also place ads below pictures.

All you need to do is to place your Adsense codes and choose which ads will be displayed where. You can then begin to experiment with ad placement and see which brings you the better conversion rates. Adsense takes a little time and lots of tweaking before you can get it right. This plugin is just the one you need - no hassles and you can get started immediately.

Try the Quick Adsense Plugin now

Thursday, April 4, 2013

YouTube earnings zero from clicks and here's why

Many YouTube partners have been surprised to see that clicks from their videos have been reporting 0 earnings. This has started from April 1 2013 and YouTube have announced the reason. The announcement has been that earnings will no more reflect in 'Adsense for content host'. This means that earnings will no more be calculated from within Adsense and if you want to find your earnings you can do so from within YouTube Analytics.

So what does this mean for YouTube partners - there is no change in the way you get paid. End of the month calculations on final earnings will include all YouTube click earnings. To find out how much you earned per day, you would need to check from within YouTube analytics.

YouTube click earnings now reported in YouTube AnalyticsHow to check YouTube earnings.
1. Signin to YouTube
2. Click on your username
3. Click on video manager
4. Click on Analytics
5. Under 'Earnings Report' click on estimated earnings.

This was announced via the official YouTube for partners blog. Here you can find a sum of all your earnings and estimated earnings from clicks per day.

Source: YouTube partners and & Creators blog.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Google Ads to get a “mute this ad” [x] icon

Google is a company that is built on and thrives on Ad Revenue. Yes, it is a search engine among other things but all of itss revenue is Ad Generated and the company has been trying real hard to get their ads better and better and in fact making them more user friendly. If you are a regular YouTube user you know how you can skip ads, these in YouTube parlance are known as TrueView ads. Users who see Google Adsense ads are familiar with the 'Ad Choices' that appear on the top of these ads. Clicking on Ad Choices will take you to a page where you can choose what type of Ads you might like to see. This might be a way to persuade people from using Ad blocker. A lot of our favorite sites on the internet are available for free. All you need to do is put up with the ads. It is no use using ad blocker and using a service for free. If everyone did this then most of your Social Sites will need to shut-shop and quit. Reddit users are familiar with the 'Thank you for not using Adblock' ad that comes from Reddit. In fact they are so grateful that instead of an ad you might get a squirrel eating a nut or a smiling cat. 

Anyways, continuing further - Google Adsense Ads are going to get an (x) or mute this ad icon. This will be available over the next few weeks. How this is works is that when a user click on the (x) mark they will be able to must ads from that particular campaign. They will also see a page confirming that the ad campaign has been muted and also a link to Ad Preference manager. Where they can choose categories of ads they would like to see. This brings interactivity to their ads and also might increase creativity among advertisers who are creating ads. Do let us know what you think about this option from Google, in the comments section below.
Source: Google Adsense Blog

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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

How to disable or remove +1 from Adsense

Google's Adsense program announced sometime ago that Adsense Ads especially the ones with image and rich media ads will get a +1 button. The +1 button has been added for people to +1 ads and therefore when a friend sees that another friend has liked this ad they will also want to check it out. This might bring in much more revenue for publishers. The idea has been to create social ads. So by default if you have your ads set to display image and rich media ads, it comes along with a +1 button. The button shows recommendations from people and increase the ads social value.

Now this is still in a testing stage and you as a blog owner or publisher can experiment with it. You can choose to have the +1 button or remove it. It helps increase revenue for some and might not work as good for others. You will need to decide which ads work best for you.

How to remove the +1 button from your Google Adsense ads
1. Login to Adsense
2. Click on Allow & block ads
3. Click on advanced settings (left-hand column)
4. Under social ads preference click on the box next to the tick symbol and you get a stop symbol
5. Click stop and the +1 button will stop appearing on your ads.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Google Adsense Chrome Extension

This new Chrome Extension lets Adsense publishers check their earnings right from their Chrome browser. Without having to sing-out and sing-in again with your Adsense account. For security reasons many publishers do not use their primary Gmail ID as their Adsense account. This extension comes in handy in that sense, because once it is installed you can keep doing your work using whichever email ID you use. While working if you feel you would like to check how much you have earned in your Adsense account. You can just click on the extension's icon in Google chrome and a summary of you Adsense earnings pop out.

What is the summary displayed by Adsense Summary Toolbar by Google.
1. A summary of how much you have earned so far during the day
2. How much you earned yesterday
3. How much you earned the last month
4. How much you have earned this month so far
5. You top custom channels
6. Your top URL channels
7. Lifetime revenue

How to install Adsense publisher Toolbar.
1. Please follow the link below and click install
2. If you have logged-in using an email account that is not your Adsense account. Sign-out and sign-in with your Adsense account.
3. Allow access and your done

Now when you want to check your earnings a small icon is installed

Google Adsense Chrome Extension by Google

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Thursday, January 12, 2012

How to use Facebook to generate revenue and make money

There are many ways too use Facebook to generate revenue. This post will especially be directed to bloggers and site owners and offer a few helpful hints on how to make money using Facebook. Most blog owners and website owners are ad supported. which means the more number of page-views you have the more money you are able to make. The most popular ad platform being Google's AdSense. The more number of people who visit your blog or site means the more probability of people clicking your ads you and making money. There is no point of using AdSense and other ad platforms if you do not have enough traffic to actually benefit from all this. exposure is the key and the more number of people visiting your site means the larger number of clicks you are able to generate.

How to generate traffic to your ad-supported site.
This will benefit you if you have Google keywords generating high click fees. 
1. Set up a Facebook page for your site or blog
2. use the advertising option on Facebook to get a large number of people to click on like your page.
3. Generate content that is relevant and start posting it to your Facebook page
4. People who find it interesting will start clicking these ads and landing on your site
5. Make sure you site has been optimized well with your ads and this leads to a high click-rate
6. Use Facebook's advertising platform with Adword's keyword tool to find interesting and profitable topics.

If you can get it right you stand to make a lot of money using Facebook as a tool. Marketing is the key and the more you work on it the better you get. Online marketers cannot do without Facebook. Remember this is hard and diligent work and will not work as a get rich quick kind of thing. Please share your views and thoughts and if you have other ideas do let us know in the comments section below. 

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Friday, August 12, 2011

How to burn a site or blog feed using Google Adsense

Google gives site and blog owners to ability to monetize their site feed and thereby make money. Once a site or blog owner is accepted into the Adsense program, they can then burn their feeds with Google Adsense and being to make money. Previously while offering RRS site feeds owners and content creators were unable to make money off of it as their subscribers would view the feed and many times not click on the link to view the site on the web. offering a site feed is good and healthy it can also increase your online reputation as the more subscribers the more famous your site or blog is. Having a lot os subscribers though can cost you in terms of revenue. This is the precise reason as to why most sites will offer feeds and monetize the same using Google Adsense. The decisions as to whether you want to offer whole feeds or only summaries is a decision that the blog or site owner needs to make. it is however recommended to offer full feeds as it  has it's own advantages in the long run.

How to burn a site or blog feed using Google Adsense

1. Login to Adsense

2. Click on My Ads

3. Click on Feed Ads

4. Click on + New Feed Unit

5. Click on Burn New Feed

6. Provide your blog or website address. Google Adsense does the rest. Just enter your URL and click next

7. Make a note of your new feed address

8. Click next

9. You come back to the page you started from

10. Click on Save.

You're done, you will now need to propagate your new feed address to all your readers and subscribers. Start by offering a feed button or a subscribe button on your blog or website and let users and visitors subscribe and read your content daily or as an when you update your site.

Please use our comments section below to continue the discussion. 

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