For ADSENSE CHATS AND FORUMS

ADSENSE CHATS AND FORUMS

For ALTERNATE ADS

ALTERNATE ADS

  • Alternate ads – allows you to utilize your ad space in the event that Google is unable to serve targeted ads to your page.
  • Alternate Url – provides a 50/50 Revenue Share, full global coverage monthly payments automatic referral income, family safe ads, paypal supported and gives detailed stats.
  • AlterNut Ad – pays you a flat rate every month in return for you displaying thier ad rather than the PSA. Invite only.
  • Default Ads – load your affiliate or other ads into DefaultAds and generate a link to include in your Google Adsense alternate ad URL. They show their own ads 1 out of every 100 impressions for this service.

For GOOGLE ADSENSE OPTIMIZATION TIPS

GOOGLE ADSENSE OPTIMIZATION TIPS

For GOOGLE ADSENSE WORDPRESS PLUGINS

GOOGLE ADSENSE WORDPRESS PLUGINS

For VIEW / TEST ADSENSE ADS

VIEW / TEST ADSENSE ADS

  • Google AdSense preview tool – addition to the right-click menu for Windows Internet Explorer 6.x, allowing you to preview the ads that may show on any web page.
  • Adsense Preview – Preview the Google ads that may show on any web page.
  • Google AdSense Sandbox Tool – see what sort of Google AdSense ads will appear based on content or keywords. See up to 20 sample AdSense ads for the URL or keywords.
  • Overture Keyword Tool – suggest keyword bid amount and keyword suggestions, which help you target high paying keywords.
  • Google Adwords Keyword Tool – generates potential keywords for your ad campaign and reports their Google statistics, including search performance and seasonal trends.

For TRACK ADSENSE INCOME, STATISTICS AND CLICKS

TRACK ADSENSE INCOME, STATISTICS AND CLICKS

  • Adsense Notifier – Firefox extension that displays your Adsense earnings on the Firefox statusbar.
  • SysSense – personal desktop Google AdSense monitor. It keeps your current Google AdSense information in the Windows system tray.
  • Adsense Widget – a Mac Dashboard widget that automatically logs into your AdSense Google account and displays the last 6-days of revenue generated from your Google advertising account.
  • Google Adsense Yahoo Widget – displays the current income directly from your Google AdSense account.
  • Stats for AdSense widget – allows you to view your Google AdSense� reports directly from your Mac OS X Dashboard.
  • Adsense Status – GoogleDesktop plugin to View earnings information from your Google Adsense account in the Google Desktop sidebar. Available information: page impressions, clicks, page CTR, page eCPM, and your earnings.
  • Adsense Alert – desktop client monitors your adsense earnings.
  • Performancing Metrics – a free professional grade blog statistics service that track limited adsense click data
  • Adsense earnings RSS feed – a simple script that will create an RSS feed with your daily Adsense earnings to track via your regular feed reader.
  • Google AdSense Charts and Graphs – chart your adsense data in a multidimensional line charts.
  • AdSenseLog is a tool for checking and analyzing your Adsense ads data (Content, Search, Custom/URL channels and Referrals).

For ADSENSE STARTER DEMOS

ADSENSE STARTER DEMOS

  • Google Adsense Tour – introducing you to the Adsense program.
  • Getting Started Demo: learn to sign in, copying and pasting your code, setting up alternate ads, and using your Competitive Ad Filter.
  • Help with Ad Code Demo: troubleshoot basic problems when implementing your code. Also covers how to implement your code using two different types of WYSIWYG software.
  • Payment Demo: learn about the AdSense payment cycle, from a click on your ads to money in the bank!
  • Optimization Demo: learn how to use ad size and placement to maximize your AdSense revenue.

For GOOGLE ADSENSE GUIDELINES

GOOGLE ADSENSE GUIDELINES

Don't be afraid to ask questions

If you're wondering about something, don't be afraid to ask Google. So far, they've always responded to my questions within a working day. There are two email addresses to use, depending on the type of question: 

Please feel free to email us at adsense-tech@google.com if you have additional technical questions or concerns. For general program or account questions, please email adsense-support@google.com

Their responses are always very polite, and they appreciate getting problem reports and suggestions.

SEO-RELATED MISTAKES YOU MUST AVOID

Terri Wells wrote in SEOCHAT.com mistakes related to SEO that should be avoided by webmasters. These mistakes could have bad results on your site’s position in search engines, traffic, and revenues which in the end badly hurts your strategy especially if your sites are intended as money generators. Some of the main ideas of her article are summarized here.

Keep Your Site Always Accessible
Taking your site down offline, due to maintenance for example, is bad for search engine optimization (SEO) as this will upset visitors especially regular readers. Even worst is if search engine robots crawl your site when it is down. Your site will be assumed to have expired and lost its position in search engine results pages (SERP).

To climb up the search engine rankings afterward when it’s up online would require full SEO effort again. It’s better for you to put up a mirror site when your original site needs to go offline.


If the site is a business portal and you’re not able to attend to it, say during vacation, it’s best to just let it up and running than to have it down. One advantage is that when it’s online your site has a chance to climb up the SERP. You can place a note saying that you’re not available during a certain time to avoid confusion or have forms for them to still place orders.

Spend Time and Money Wisely

There are tendencies for people who don’t know SEO to hire SEO companies to improve SERP positions drastically. Largely, these are spamming. Most of these companies will build large number of links to your sites. What people don’t know is that the links come from unrelated sites that aren’t counted as valuable to get your position up in SERP.

Search engines also have the ability to detect suspicious links, especially a large number of them and may penalize you for that. As a rule of thumb, good links take time and don’t come cheap.

Search engine crawlers eventually will index your new site, so it’s a waste of time to submit the URL yourself to search engines (although there are tips that say otherwise).

Submitting your URL to directories also have less effect on SERP nowadays compared to a few years ago because today’s search engines have more advanced and improved criteria indexing sites and blogs – most directories are now classified as link farms only, which is not seen as valuable links.Submitting to manually edited site like Wikipedia won’t do any good because they are set with a “nofollow” property, meaning that crawlers do not follow outbound links.

Compromising Content is a Bad Thing 
The strategy of splitting content in subdomains to gain more spots in SERP is not a good one. It risks visitors’ experience as the contents are divided in different subdomains or even domains making it harder to find. In the long term, your readers’ bad experience dominates and affects your site negatively in terms of traffic and in the end conversions to revenues.

There are reports mentioning that some sites aren’t crawlable and thus won’t lend
them positions in SERP. Some of the main causes are:

  • Incorrect robots.txt files.
  • Need Session IDs.
  • URLs have too many variables.
  • Complex navigation menu.
  • Too much use of AJAX, Flash, or graphics.
The good trend is to make it as simple as possible.

Although one should focus on SEO to get noticed, compromising content is not the way to go. Many have made this mistake. In a bigger picture, the main purpose people search the internet is to find good content; tricking them into sites without real and valuable content won’t last long.


Don't Abuse Keywords
Today’s search engines are advanced enough to have the ability to detect keyword abuse as spamming. And, they’re advanced enough to penalize those sites that do this. Types of keyword abuse include:

  • Stuffing content too much with keywords.
  • Stuffing meta tags, titles, and headers with keywords.
  • Having the same meta tags on every page (identified by robots as duplicating contents).
  • Tricking readers with hidden keywords (keywords with background color to make them invisible).
Good Practices
Targeting general keywords will make it nearly impossible to rank in SERP. Instead, try targeting longer and specific keywords such as “making money with blogs” rather than just “money” with too much competition from more established websites. New sites will have more chances of crawling up the SERP using more specific keywords, and results into better conversion if your main goal is to make money.

Focusing too much on building the perfect keyword density is not a good idea too because this makes your writing flows unnaturally, too repetitive with the same keywords, and boring to the readers. Write naturally and let those keywords fall into place. Forcing it only makes your content unreal and annoying to read.

ADVICE ON PROMOTING BLOG

To make money from blogging demands you to have large traffic, and to have large traffic demands you to work on promoting your blog early on. Here are some pointers on promoting your blog. 

1. Search Engines Take Time

New blogs will take a few months to get significant traffic from search engines. Doing SEO is one way to improve on this. Other traffic sources, such as networking or social media, can boost up your visitor numbers quickly if you have the right strategy – so don’t focus on search engines only.

2. All Traffic Are Not Equal

Responses from visitors to your blog in terms of time spent, depth of pages, interest in content are best if they found what they’re looking for. Generally, these kinds of visitors arrive at your blog from either search engines, subscribers, and from recommendation from other blogs with similar niche. Traffic from social media has been commented to be less responsive and even unlikely to return back to their blogs. Try to consider what type of traffic is best for you when promoting your blog. 

3. Post Consistently

Most successful bloggers post consistently and regularly even when they already have large search engines traffic drawn to their older posts. The reasons for posting new content consistently are to grow the number of subscribers, get new pages in search engines, and keep the blog fresh to get votes in social media. So why stop when you can get more?

4. Traffics Are Inconsistent

There are days that traffic goes up, and at times down. It’s natural. Be ready for anything or you might get upset. The most important thing is to get your mindset focused and not let down by a few hurdles.

5. Get More Repeat Visitors

The heart of successful blogs is repeat visitors. Unique visitors are great too, but nothing can guarantee they’ll be back. So, it’s good to really focus on getting more subscribers. They are also the most responsive in terms of giving comments, votes, etc. 

6. Get Inbound Links

Having other blogs link to you helps in many ways. They bring visitors in, expose your blog more, and boost your search engine rankings. These links also signify that your content is valuable, trusted, and worthy to pay a visit to. Not only they help with search engine traffic but also build your credibility.

7. Get Traffic from Multiple Sources

Getting huge traffic from one type of traffic, say search engines, doesn’t guarantee it will always stay that way. For example, Google penalizes blogs that violated their guidelines. Likewise, other types of traffic can’t guarantee giving you consistent traffic all the time. So, diversify your traffic sources. 

8. Don’t Ignore Small Traffic

Traffics that come from resources such as your comment or forum links are relatively small. But most of the time those visitors find your blog to be very relevant to what they’re searching for and are likely to become loyal readers. So, keep them coming.

9. Build Your Network

To be successful in blogging, you must have strong network. People in your network can provide you valuable advice, link to you, vote for your posts, inspire and encourage you, and even become partners in future projects. To build a strong network you must first be proactive and willing to meet and help others. 

10. You Can Buy Traffic

You can buy advertisement to drive traffic to your blog quickly. PPC ads can be efficient and inexpensive if you bid on the right keywords. StumbleUpon also offers an advertising option where you buy traffic at $0.05 per visitor. Running these ads for a few months will drive significant traffic and give you good exposure at low costs. 

HOW TO INSTALL NEW TEMPLATES WITHOUT LOSING WIDGETS?

It's frustrating to install a new template on your blog if you lose all your widgets. Here's how to avoid this problem and keep your old widgets on the blog when you install new templates. Don't worry, there's no coding involve. You just have to know where to copy and paste codes in your old template into your new template file.

1. Save your current template first
This is a must. Save the old one first just in case something screws up and you need to get back to the old template.

2. Use a text editor
Don't do any coding in the Blogger Editor; it's too easy to mess things up. Get a text editor to do any code tweaking on your computer. If you have no idea what to use, just use Notepad++. Download the latest Notepad++ Installer.exe file. It's free and it makes it easier for you to do your coding.

3. Open up the old and new template XML files in the text editor
Open them up because you'll need to copy some codes in the old template and paste them in the new template files. These codes that you'll copy and paste are basically the codes for your widgets. You don't have to understand what's going on inside the code; you just have to know where it is and what widget it is for.

4. Find out where the codes are located
Look at the image below. See the  tag? Click on the image to make it larger. All the codes above this tag are mostly CSS, the type of code that controls the appearance (colors, fonts) of your blog. You don't need to copy/paste anything in this section.

The codes below the  tag is the main XML code for your blog. Basically, it's the part that controls the layout (where the sidebars, widgets, headers are) and controls the data flow from Blogger into your blog. This is where all the codes for the widgets you want to save are located.



All your widgets are coded within the tag  ... . All the tags must be located within the  ...  tag. The structure looks something like this:

The above is a sample code on how a widget code looks like in a template XML file. The main location of the widget is identified with the div id label. In this case,div id=sidebar-wrapper. Below the div id is the b:section tag. All widgets must be located within this b:section tag. You don't need to worry if you don't understand much about the div or b:section thingy. The important tag you have to know is the b:widget tag. Note that you can put as many widgets as you want inside the b:section tags.

Here's an actual example of a widget tag embedded inside a b:section tag. The location is sidebar-wrapper, meaning that the widget is placed inside one of the sidebars in the blog. The widget is an image widget, as you can see it being labeled id='Image1'.


The most important thing to note is that the widget code starts with the tag and closed with the  tag. This is the single most important thing you have to know when copying/pasting later on.Remember also that the widget is placed after the  tag and closed with the tag.

Here's another example. The widget is a Linklist widget. You don't have to know the codes inside the widget tag because you won't have to change anything in there.


5. Copy and paste the widgets into new template file
Identify all the widgets you want to keep in your blog after template installation. Locate their codes in the old template file. Remember, these are the codes within the  tags and must be close properly with . Copy the codes for a widget that you want to keep and paste them in the new template file, within the  tags at the location of your choice. Make sure the b:widget and b:section tags are closed properly.

If you don't know the div id location you want to paste them in, just put them in any div id, but must be inside a b:section tag. It'll then show up as a widget in theLayout > Page Elements page (as in the image below) and you can then drag and drop the widgets to any new location.


6. Upload the new template as your new blog layout
Once you've pasted all the widgets you want into your new template, upload the new template into your blog using the upload button shown below.



7. If not sure, test this technique on a test blog first
If you're not sure whether it'll work out okay, try it first in a test blog. Create a test blog with a few junk posts (lorem ipsum), create some widgets, and then try changing into new templates using the technique above. See if you can make it work.

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Easy no?

I bet most of those bloggers who use the basic Blogger templates do so because they all got so frustrated of having them widgets gone every time they install new templates. Now you don't have to stick to those basic ones knowing this trick; plus you've got all the templates you ever wanted here in http://earnby-blog-googlyadsensetips-tricks.blogspot.com/ (just kidding, or not!).

BLOGGER TEMPLATES: PROBLOGGER TEMPLATE

The ProBlogger Template is an extremely flexible template based on The Professional Template. It has multiple columns that are flexible - it can either be a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template without you having to do any coding. The basic color is white, but you can easily change all the colors and fonts without doing any coding. And you can change the header image to anything you want without any coding too.



This free Blogger template is based on a professional template theme. It can be either a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template. If you want a 3 or 5 column template, simply don't fill in the smaller sidebars on the right and the lowerbar widgets; then make its colors blend with the post column.

The left narrow sidebar is 120 px wide, and the main right sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for vertical and square Adsense boxes. The two smaller rightsidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 278 px wide.

BLOGGER TEMPLATES: COOOZIE

Cooozie is an extremely flexible template based on The Professional Template. It has multiple columns that are flexible - it can either be a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template without you having to do any coding. The basic color is white, but you can easily change all the colors and fonts without doing any coding. And you can change the header image to anything you want without any coding too.



This free Blogger template is based on a professional template theme. It can be either a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template. If you want a 3 or 5 column template, simply don't fill in the smaller sidebars on the right and the lowerbar widgets; then make its colors blend with the post column.

The left narrow sidebar is 120 px wide, and the main right sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for vertical and square Adsense boxes. The two smaller rightsidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 278 px wide.

Comment Box
To have your comment box function properly, go to Settings > Comments, look for the Comment Form Placement and click on the 'Embedded below post' button. That's all you have to do if you use this template. The codes have already been modified for you.

FREE BLOGGER TEMPLATES: AUTUMNFALL

AutumnFall is an extremely flexible template based on The Professional Template. It has multiple columns that are flexible - it can either be a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template without you having to do any coding. The basic color is white, but you can easily change all the colors and fonts without doing any coding. And you can change the header image to anything you want without any coding too.



This free Blogger template is based on a professional template theme. It can be either a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template. If you want a 3 or 5 column template, simply don't fill in the smaller sidebars on the right and the lowerbar widgets; then make its colors blend with the post column.

The left narrow sidebar is 120 px wide, and the main right sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for vertical and square Adsense boxes. The two smaller rightsidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 278 px wide.

Comment Box
To have your comment box function properly, go to Settings > Comments, look for the Comment Form Placement and click on the 'Embedded below post' button. That's all you have to do if you use this template. The codes have already been modified for you.

FREE BLOGGER TEMPLATES: BLUE SURFING

Blue Surfing is an extremely flexible template based on The Professional Template. It has multiple columns that are flexible - it can either be a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template without you having to do any coding. The basic color is white, but you can easily change all the colors and fonts without doing any coding. And you can change the header image to anything you want without any coding too.



This free Blogger template is based on a professional template theme. It can be either a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template. If you want a 3 or 5 column template, simply don't fill in the smaller sidebars on the right and the lowerbar widgets; then make its colors blend with the post column.

The left narrow sidebar is 120 px wide, and the main right sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for vertical and square Adsense boxes. The two smaller rightsidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 278 px wide.

Comment Box
To have your comment box function properly, go to Settings > Comments, look for the Comment Form Placement and click on the 'Embedded below post' button. That's all you have to do if you use this template. The codes have already been modified for you.

FREE BLOGGER TEMPLATES: STARRY

Starry is an extremely flexible template based on The Professional Template. It has multiple columns that are flexible - it can either be a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template without you having to do any coding. The basic color is white, but you can easily change all the colors and fonts without doing any coding. And you can change the header image to anything you want without any coding too.



This free Blogger template is based on a professional template theme. It can be either a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template. If you want a 3 or 5 column template, simply don't fill in the smaller sidebars on the right and the lowerbar widgets; then make its colors blend with the post column.

The left narrow sidebar is 120 px wide, and the main right sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for vertical and square Adsense boxes. The two smaller rightsidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 278 px wide.

Comment Box
To have your comment box function properly, go to Settings > Comments, look for the Comment Form Placement and click on the 'Embedded below post' button. That's all you have to do if you use this template. The codes have already been modified for you.

FREE BLOGGER TEMPLATES: PINGOOIGLOO

PingooIgloo is an extremely flexible template based on The Professional Template. It has multiple columns that are flexible - it can either be a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template without you having to do any coding. The basic color is white, but you can easily change all the colors and fonts without doing any coding. And you can change the header image to anything you want without any coding too.



This free Blogger template is based on a professional template theme. It can be either a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template. If you want a 3 or 5 column template, simply don't fill in the smaller sidebars on the right and the lowerbar widgets; then make its colors blend with the post column.

The left narrow sidebar is 120 px wide, and the main right sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for vertical and square Adsense boxes. The two smaller rightsidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 278 px wide.

Comment Box
To have your comment box function properly, go to Settings > Comments, look for the Comment Form Placement and click on the 'Embedded below post' button. That's all you have to do if you use this template. The codes have already been modified for you.

BLOGGER TEMPLATES: NOBLARUM

Noblarum is an extremely flexible template based on The Professional Template. It has multiple columns that are flexible - it can either be a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template without you having to do any coding. You can easily change all the colors and fonts without doing any coding. And you can change the header image to anything you want without any coding too.



This free Blogger template is based on a professional template theme. It can be either a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template. If you want a 3 or 5 column template, simply don't fill in the smaller sidebars on the right and the lowerbar widgets; then make its colors blend with the post column.

The right narrow sidebar is 120 px wide, and the main left sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for vertical and square Adsense boxes. The two smaller left-sidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 278 px wide.

Comment Box
To have your comment box function properly, go to Settings > Comments, look for the Comment Form Placement and click on the 'Embedded below post' button. That's all you have to do if you use this template. The codes have already been modified for you

BLOGGER TEMPLATES: BROWNIUM

Brownium is an extremely flexible template based on The Professional Template. It has multiple columns that are flexible - it can either be a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template without you having to do any coding. You can easily change all the colors and fonts without doing any coding. And you can change the header image to anything you want without any coding too.



This free Blogger template is based on a professional template theme. It can be either a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template. If you want a 3 or 5 column template, simply don't fill in the smaller sidebars on the right and the lowerbar widgets; then make its colors blend with the post column.

The right narrow sidebar is 120 px wide, and the main left sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for vertical and square Adsense boxes. The two smaller left-sidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 278 px wide.

Comment Box
To have your comment box function properly, go to Settings > Comments, look for the Comment Form Placement and click on the 'Embedded below post' button. That's all you have to do if you use this template. The codes have already been modified for you.

BLOGGER TEMPLATES: FOAM

Foam is an extremely flexible template based on The Professional Template. It has multiple columns that are flexible - it can either be a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template without you having to do any coding. You can easily change all the colors and fonts without doing any coding. And you can change the header image to anything you want without any coding too.


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This free Blogger template is based on a professional template theme. It can be either a 3, 5, 6, or 8 column template. If you want a 3 or 5 column template, simply don't fill in the smaller sidebars on the right and the lowerbar widgets; then make its colors blend with the post column.

The right narrow sidebar is 120 px wide, and the main left sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for vertical and square Adsense boxes. The two smaller left-sidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 278 px wide.

Comment Box
To have your comment box function properly, go to Settings > Comments, look for the Comment Form Placement and click on the 'Embedded below post' button. That's all you have to do if you use this template. The codes have already been modified for you.

BLOGGER TEMPLATES: THE PROFESSIONAL TEMPLATES II


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BLOGGER TEMPLATES: ON THE ROAD

On The Road is an extremely flexible template with flexible multiple columns (2, 4, 5, 6, or 7 columns). You can change the columns, all background and font colors, and font types without doing any coding.

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The wide sidebar is 300 px wide, perfect for square Adsense boxes. The two narrow sidebars are 132 px wide. All the 3 lowerbar columns are 272 px wide.

Comment Box
To have your comment box function properly, go to Settings > Comments, look for the Comment Form Placement and click on the 'Embedded below post' button. That's all you have to do if you use this template. The codes have already been modified for you.

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