TIPS ON SUCCESSFUL BLOGGING: How To Monetize Your Website | Google Adsense
Ask almost any blogger you find running a blog and providing relevant content for a specific niche, and they’ll tell you they’ll tell you this for sure.
Everyone wants to make money doing what they love.
If you have any intentions of running a blog and monetizing it, you are in the right place. This article discusses how you can monetize your website using Google Adsense. If you intend to place ads on your blog, you can sign up for free with Google AdSense (the most common choice among bloggers) and then set up one or more ad units as you may desire. Now let me take you through a step by step guide on how to setup google Adsense on your site:
The General Google Adsense Process:
Now, lets go….
- Head over to https://www.adsense.com and sign up with your Google mail account. If you do not already have one, then you have to create one.
- Once you are logged in, you will find an interface that looks just like what we find below: Copy the code and paste it into the HTML of your website, between the <head> and </head> tags.
- At this point, you will be notified that your site is currently being reviewed and you will receive an email within 3 days. So just wait!!!!
- When you finally receive an email it will either say that your AdSense account has been approved [Hooray!!!!] or that your request has been rejected due to the reasons stated in the email. If it was rejected, I’ll recommend you take a look at the Google Adsense policies.
- Once your account has been approved, head over to adsense.com and log into your account using the email you had used for registration.
- Trust me google is very friendly and they want you to make a lot of money so they welcome you and provide a walkthrough on how to setup ad units for your website.And that’s a wrap!!!
Visit the Google AdSense section of my blog to learn more about Adsense optimization and learn how to increase your AdSense revenue.In the next article find out how you can monetize your website using Infolinks.