This make money online article is guest posted by Peter Reynolds
Although you can find dozens of ad servers through a simple Internet search, Google’s AdSense is the best in the business. In June of 2003, AdSense took the marketplace by storm and hasn’t relinquished its control yet.
Most of the top blogs and websites you’ll find around the web today all have one thing in common – AdSense ads.
The process is extremely simple to understand. You sign up for a Google AdSense account, submit your site, and if accepted, you will receive generated codes (html scripts usually) for the types of ads you prefer.
With Google ads, you can adorn your site with banners (rectangular ads by the header or footer), skyscrapers (tall, slender ads running down the side), buttons (small, box-shapedClick here to continue reading
By helen On October 1, 2011 9 Comments
This article is guest posted by Patrick Meninga
There are actually a lot of different ways to build up a passive income stream in your life. For example, you could own real estate and rent out property to people. Or you might have mountains of cash wrapped up in investments that pay you interest and dividends.
But most of are not in a position to be able to command that kind of wealth and money just yet, so we have to build systems that can generate passive income for us.
Building a system for making money online
Unless you have tons of money laying around for investing, then you are going to have to do some work in order to start making money while you sleep.
“But wait a minute,” you say. “I thought IClick here to continue reading
By liorl On March 30, 2011 24 Comments
This article is guest posted by Lior.
One of the most hotly debated issues among Adsense users is where to place ads on your site to maximize your CTR and, thus, your profit. Outside of a few basic principles, it seems everyone has a different theory on the exact place that the ads should be. We tried few ways on iAdvize.com and I would like to share with you some insights.
Of course, one of the main reasons for that is because no two sites are the same. Subtle differences in layout can have a huge impact on the way people look at a site and that can change the ideal ad locations drastically. Even if two sites are identical in appearance, different types of content are read in differentClick here to continue reading
By paulm On January 19, 2011 17 Comments
This article is guest posted by Paul McCarthy.
As an internet marketer I love taking on new challenges. And this year, one of my challenges is to get to $1,000 per month with Adsense from scratch.
The reason for this challenge isn’t so much that $1,000 per month is really going to change my life much, but more to prove to the numerous sceptics out there that internet marketing is more than just a possibility, but that it requires a bit of focus and consistent action.
Anyway, enough about me – the reason I’m writing this article is to talk about you! How would you like to earn an additional $1,000 per month by the end of next year? Is that something you’d beClick here to continue reading
By Mike Ndegwa On December 3, 2010 5 Comments
This article is guest posted by Mike Ndegwa.
There are numerous ways in which people make money online. The most common one is affiliate marketing. In its broadest sense, an affiliate marketer seeks a niche that is proven to be profitable and builds their online business around that niche.
One can be an affiliate to a company that ships products like Amazon or sells electronics and so on.. One of the main reasons why people prefer to be affiliates other than set up their own businesses as product owners is the low set up costs. With a registered domain, some review content, list capture and traffic the business is all set.
Today I’d like us to focus on a new Online Business model:
The Information Products Business
In the last couple of years I’veClick here to continue reading
By Michael Fridman On September 4, 2010 11 Comments
This article is guest posted by Michael Fridman.
What makes you think you’re able get wealthy?
This must be an unpleasant question. Most people would answer: “because I’m smart, and I am willing to work hard.” Are you one of those people? If this is your way of thinking, it’s not hard to guess how much you’re getting from Adsense. It’s got to be below thirty dollars a day, huh?
I discovered that being “smart” and willing to work hard is exactly what will NOT make you rich. See, wealthy people are not hard workers. Rich people are aware that the most valuable thing is time, so they do not trade their time. If you’re ready to work 24h a day, it means that you don’tClick here to continue reading