Jumat, 01 Januari 2010
The image shows a suitable heat map of where Adsense should go. The yellow represents content including the banner at the top. The green on the right is the navigational menus.
The red represents the ad formats. The long on at the top is the main banner, with the red square as a rectangular advert. The blue represent text links.
The reason this is on of the best, is that adverts continue down the page. With lots of content, adverts will mingle in and will help with your conversion ratio and earnings.
Senin, 21 Desember 2009
To hack adsense is actually very easy, but it takes patience and precision, we do not have to master a complex programming language, we point out that the computer has run into enough capital to do hacking ..
way that I will give this time is a long way and maybe you already know this, but it is good we share in who do not know ...
before I'll explain why this method works, because most PPC adsense analyzing only from Uniq IP address, so if we change the IP address into the qt on our blog and click on adsense alone what happened?. but not happy first, because the way is not enough to outsmart adsense, this one is very important, that we must remove all existing cookies on your browser ...
and I think that was enough, and good luck ...
This is only to share knowledge, and also inputs for adsense makers to immediately improve deficiencies systems used ...
Hacking with Google, Is it PossibleEvery hacker needs to develop his abilities if he wants to maintain up to date. That's why he will use every tool he can find. From all of these possible options, Google hacks have become a new instrument for hackers. Although Google hacking isn't widespread knowledge, it should be understood by any hacker and even for the everyday computer user.
But, if you want to become a hacker, Google is the way to go. Learn how to hack Google and you will acquire a powerful tool for your everyday work.
What Is Google Hacking?Basically, it's the ability to use Google for finding hidden bits of data or information that the hacker can use for his advantage. Or in other words, hacking Google search appliance. How so? Let's say that you are a black hacker (someone who uses his hacking abilities for selfish purposes) and want to access the email account of a chosen victim. The first thing that hacker's do is to find out what is the secret question in the email account of their prey. Let's say that the secret question asks the name of the pet of the account owner. How can the hacker learn it?
Besides asking the pet's name to his victim (which is very suspicious), it's probable that that bit of information is lost somewhere in the internet. Maybe the owner went into a forum regarding pet insurance and left inside the name of his dog. These are the kind of things that Google permits to find.
Another common use is to hack Google adsense click. That way your webpage will have a higher position when a related query is made through Google. After all, more clicks means more money for you.
How Is It Done?If you want to make a typical search in Google, let's say, house insurance, you only need to put those words in the query bar and press the search button. In the case of a Google hacker, he will use special characters that the common user doesn't use or doesn't even considered using. For example: +, /, and -.
Each one of these characters are used for special purposes. For example, if you use the minus sign just before a determined word, like dog, Google will only show those searches were the word dog doesn't appear.
One of best places for finding a how to hack with Google tutorial is the Google Hacking database, posted online by the hacker Johnny Long. In this webpage, you will notice hundreds of ways of using Google for exploiting the weak points of servers and webpages.
This would seem like a no-brainer but a lot of people forget that the ads are contextual. If you don’t write long enough posts, or posts with sufficient keyword density you will not get ads that make sense for your content. So good SEO is also good for eCPM’s.
Google Adsense Hack #2: Write Good Clean Content
Sure you write to an urban hip hop audience and the F-bomb is just part of the gait of your speech, but those words on the negative keyword list are driving your eCPM’s down and getting you more PSA’s than ads. There are a whole host of words I’m not going to list which you should avoid. Most are four letters, but some of them are just words that are negative, so try and avoid implying something is less than stellar unless you can do it in long phrases that the robots can’t understand.
Google Adsense Hack #3: Put Ads Where They Will Be Seen
Putting one of your 3 Google Adsense blocks in the footer, where it isn’t likely to get seen, isn’t going to make you any money. Put your ads in or near your content. Don’t try and put them next to the scroll bar hoping for mis-clicks, just put them where they can be seen. And make them a color scheme that compliments your site, but makes them stand out. Not stick out like a sore thumb, just make sure they aren’t invisible.
Google Adsense Hack #4: Help Google Find Context
Most people don’t know that they can tell Google what part of their content is important, and relevant.
Using the tags
You can tell Google which part of your page is the content. This helps a lot if you, like me have related content on the page. I wouldn’t want Google to look at my category list to pick what to run ads for, because you are reading about SEO and SEM for this post, so those posts, on Camping are probably not what the ads should target.
Google Adsense Hack #5: Black Lists
See an ad which you know will never convert with your audience? Black list it. I even black list high paying ads if I don’t agree with what they are selling. Like the Daily Horoscopes SMS messaged to your Cell phone for only $1 a day… I’m sorry no one should pay $30 a month for a computer generated horoscope.
Google Adsense Hack #6: Use Link Units Sparingly
Link Units don’t pay as much per click. As a result you have to consider when they are a good investment of space. On a page which is less content dense a link unit may perform really well. I also find that they do really well on pages which are driven by search traffic which doesn’t really relate to what is on the page. I have a page about how I’m an Omniscient Deity of Video. It is the top hit for “Omniscient Deity”. People who arrive on this page are rarely looking for me, or things related to video. Poof a great choice for a link unit.
Link units also do well on pages which are about things that don’t monetize well. Or pages that are only getting PSA’s.
Google Adsense Hack #7: Guard the Golden Egg
So another ad company which doesn’t do CPC ads offers you 75 cent CPM’s to add their ad to your page. I’m getting $29 eCPM’s on my pages meaning an adblock is worth $9.50 or so eCPM. I could take that 75 cents and if the ad was placed some where no one would see it, I Might make an extra 50 cent CPM, because it wouldn’t hurt my CPC ads that much. But if I put it somewhere that made sense for the advertiser likely it wouldn’t make sense for me.
I am careful to way risk/reward when using other advertisers. Having a back up so that you don’t get PSA’s is a good idea. Because 75 cent CPM’s vs 0 cents PSA’s is a good deal. But be careful not to cannibalize the Goose, in hopes of getting something that will actually lower your over all performance.
Google Adsense Hack #8: Experiment
It takes a couple of tries to get your ad layout and colors right. So change them up from time to time to see what works.
Google Adsense Hack #9: Change Them Up
Just because you did what I said in #8, doesn’t mean you are done. If you have loyal readership you need to move the ads every so often, so that they aren’t always in the same place, or your readers will learn to ignore the ads. They get so used to the lay out of your page they stop looking at the places that aren’t the content.
It’s too Cliche to do 10
I’m only doing 9 Hacks/Tips for Google Adsense because everyone does top 10’s. This should help you out, and while it is not comprehensive it is a really good start and I didn’t see any articles that laid things out this simply, and this completely.