Posts Tagged ‘adsense’

Making Money Online Without Google or Adsense?

Saturday, January 9th, 2010

Can you make a successful online business without relying on Google or using Adsense to earn profits? The answer is yes, that there are many websites making money online without relying on Google at all. In fact using Google Adsense can be stressful since your income can fluctuate daily with minimal control.

Relying on Google for traffic is a good way for users to come to your site for free, but what happens if Google changes the way it ranks your website and you lose much of your traffic. What would you do?

Though I’ve relied on Google’s search engine and their adsense system for a long time, it’s time to start thinking outside the box. There are people selling products on eBay for money, people offering services ect.

My new years resolution? Start making money with ways outside the Google stronghold!

What To Do When Banned By Google Adsense

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

It is a bad day for anyone who gets banned from Google Adsense. I’ve experienced a partial ban from Google Adsense in the past, and I know people who have gotten the full ban, meaning all their sites getting banned at once. This really takes the fun out of making websites, and it takes a huge hit to anyone’s income.

Steps to Take When Getting Banned by Google Adsense
1. Immediately sign up for other ad companies. Good places to start are infolinks, chitika, and adbrite.
2. Replace the spot where your Google Adsense ads were with ads from other companies. The longer you wait the more revenue you stand to lose.
3. Don’t Panic! Write Adsense and explain, maybe you can get your account back, but it doesn’t always happen.

Life happens and so does getting a fat ban from Google Adsense. Make sure you stay with their terms of service so you can avoid this before it happens!

Resources for Google Adsense Ban
1. Google Adsense Terms of Service
2. Google Adsense Program Policies

Using a 301 To Redirect Your Blog and Regain Adsense

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

I’ve heard of one new technique for regaining your adsense account and that’s a 301 website redirection. A 301 redirection basically is a redirection for all the pages in your blog to tell Google to update your blog to a new domain. If you wanted to move your blog from mydomain.com to domain.com you could use a 301 redirect to tell search engine to find your blog at the new website.

301 Redirect Using Blogspot
Using a 301 redirect won’t work however for a blog such as blogspot. Unfortunately the software does not support a redirect. This is something to keep in mind before starting a .blogspot blog.

301 Redirect Using Wordpress
There are various plugins and articles that will help your transition easier for a wordpress 301 Redirect.

Techblog wrote a good article on how to make a 301 redirection easier.

Where Are My Adsense Income Reports?

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

I haven’t posted my Adsense Income reports in awhile. Why? My Adsense Income reports haven’t totally disappeared, maybe they just got sidetracked? Maybe people post their Adsense Income Reports to show how their website is coming along, that they were able to increase their income from month to month.

Based on my current Adsense Income Reports, I’ve found that once you reach a certain income level, it becomes harder to increase your income by the same percentages as when I first started my blog. At levels of $10,000 per month getting to $20,000 seems much harder then going from $500 to $1000.

After awhile of using the same marketing techniques, the effect isn’t as great as when you first start. If things are leveling off for your adsense income report too, just trying implementing your new strategies. Don’t forget that new ones, but maybe people are becoming less sensitive to your marketing and you need to try something new?

As for my current Adsense Income Report, I will try to post a summary soon.