Many websites are live on the Internet today. People with good writing and content creation skills are getting interested in blogging and set up their blogs using different Content Management Systems like WordPress and Blogger. They make money from their blogs using Google Adsense and other alternatives to Google Adsense. They just publish their content on their blogs, and readers of their blogs become the reason for their revenue.
What is Google Adsense?
Google Adsense is an ads network from Google which helps bloggers to display ads on their websites/blogs as a marketing campaign of Google Ads. These ads are displayed based on their interests and previous search history when the user visits the website. Google has super-intelligent algorithms that show up the right ads to the right audience.
How to set a Google Adsense Account?
Creating a Google Adsense account is a simple process. All you need to have is a Gmail account that gets you a simple sign up for most of the Google Accounts. You have to visit https://www.google.com/adsense to create your account on Google Adsense.
Previously all of the websites on your Google Adsense account used to get approved at once but now Google Adsense wants every website to be evaluated separately to get approved with it.
How to get your website monetized with Google Adsense?
If you are a blogger or want to start blogging, you are more likely to know about Google Adsense sign up and setting it up on your blog to generate revenue. There are a few things that you need to follow
- You should not use a free domain. Blogging CMSs like WordPress and Blogger gives the option to have a free domain like https://yourdomain.wordpress.com or https://yourdomain.blogspot.com
- Your website should be optimized. It should load faster within 5 seconds.
- Your content should be optimized. Google will penalize you for a duplicate or vague content.
- The website should be Mobile Friendly.
- The website should at least have 20 posts.
- The domain should be 60 days old.
- You should not have any paid traffic on your site.
These are some of the core points that Google Adsense considers when you want to monetize your website with it. Once your website is approved on Google Adsense, you can display ads on your website that will help you generating revenue based on the visitors on your website.
CPC and CPM
Google Adsense account has two ways of allocating you the revenue based on the visitors. CPC stands for Cost Per Click. Google Adsense has a standard amount for a certain number of clicks on your ads.
CPM stands for Cost Per Impressions. This is the revenue Google allocates you based on the number of impressions on the ads.
You will be observing ads on the right side bars and between this post. They help me generate revenue.
Alternative to Google Adsense
There are a few alternatives to Google Adsense too but most of the people love to have Google Ads on their websites/blogs.
Infolinks works almost the same as Google Adsense. It has options for publishers as well as advertise to customize their ads campaign for engaged users.
Media Net is another ads publishing network that gives bloggers the features to display their ads on their blogs/websites.
The Internet has a lot of opportunities to make money. You have to explore them and select the right one for you. It gets hard in the beginning and many people don’t continue but the ones who continue regardless of the problems they face end up having a successful business or being successful entrepreneurs.