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    Thursday, September 15, 2005

    Who Benefits Most From Google AdSense?

    Here are 10 types of websites -- with who benefits most -- from Google's AdSense program:

    Google AdSense is a fast and easy way to generate revenue from your website. However, not all websites and website owners benefit equally from this program.

    Here is a list of 10 types of websites that can benefit most from Google AdSense:

    1. Great information sites with lots of content -- whether or not they have started generating revenue.
    2. Narrow niche sites that haven't yet started generating revenue.
    3. Sites that provide great information about high paying keywords.
    4. People who have a passion for a topic but have not yet created a website on that topic because they didn't know how to earn money from it.
    5. Sites that currently use banner exchange programs and want to start generating some revenue instead.
    6. Sites that currently offer banner advertising and want to increase revenue.
    7. Sites too small to attract advertisers (or those who don't want to go through the time and effort to find relevant affiliate programs).
    8. Sites with affiliate programs that aren't generating any or enough revenue.
    9. High traffic sites that contain sections or pages that aren't currently generating revenue.
    10. Website publishers with extra advertising inventory.

    In other words, AdSense allows publishers and web designers to focus on what they are interested in and do best -- producing the content of their sites -- without having to worry about finding advertisers or affiliate programs to make their sites profitable.

    Who Benefits Most: Sites That Will Not Benefit From Google AdSense

    Here is a list of some of the types of websites that won't benefit from AdSense (or won't be accepted to the AdSense Program):

    • Sites about drugs and drug paraphernalia
    • Pornography sites
    • Gambling or casino-related content sites
    • Sites with hacking or cracking content
    • Personal pages
    • Sites under construction
    • Sites containing excessive profanity
    • Sites with broken links
    • Sites promoting hate, violence, racial intolerance, or advocating against any individual, group, or organization
    • Sites offering any incentives whatsoever for users to click on the ads
    • Sites that are difficult to navigate
    • Sites with "excessive advertising"
    • Other content-targeted or text-based ads on the pages that display AdWords ads
    • Sites containing pop-ups that interfere with the navigation of the site
    • Sites that get no traffic.

    With the exception of the last item, sites that get no traffic, all of the other types of sites on this list will not be accepted to the AdSense program.

    Comments on "Who Benefits Most From Google AdSense?"


    Blogger James Bull said ... (10:21 AM) : 

    Hi there! You blog is nice and i already bookmark it.

    Just one question, I'm actually running a stock market blog and you said that financial related website is one of the high paying keyword. Unfortunately, I only get a few cents per click, which i think it is much much lower than the bidding price in overtune or adword. Am I right that the payout is depending on the user’s location?


    Blogger jauggy said ... (2:40 PM) : 

    Can you actually make a decent income from adsense using blogspot? I heard that they take a cut from what you earn from adsense? How much do they take and is it worth it?


    Blogger Casey said ... (9:39 PM) : 

    yep. CPC of a click depend on location of the click. Generally clicks from US pay better


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