Adsense – The Powerful Passive Income Generator

Written by Matt Bacak

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People are leveraging their income by operating several websites and attempting to attract as many targeted visitors as possible; in many instances we can observe that people work hard at a site, then once it is established they can largely leave it alone, yet still collect significant checks.

A major concern for entrepreneurs wasrepparttar danger of a competitors ads showing up on their site; thanks torepparttar 145893 adsense feature where it only displays relevant advertising. However this problem was solved by offering webmastersrepparttar 145894 option of filtering out unwanted ads. They can submitrepparttar 145895 URL ofrepparttar 145896 competing site in their account, and any ads fromrepparttar 145897 website will be blocked.

Google recently came out with a new feature: small targeted keywords based onrepparttar 145898 site’s content are displayed; then as people click on those, a page opens showing a variety of pay-per-click ads based on that keyword. This gives webmastersrepparttar 145899 chance of displaying more advertising in less space.

Adsense also adds creditability to your website;repparttar 145900 more focusedrepparttar 145901 content,repparttar 145902 betterrepparttar 145903 ads will be and this encourages people to built high quality websites. These makerepparttar 145904 net a better place and generally provide a free service; site owners can afford to share their expertise or passions because they can receive indirect revenue’s. The visitor does not pay forrepparttar 145905 information; insteadrepparttar 145906 advertisers do, makingrepparttar 145907 website’s existence possible inrepparttar 145908 first place.

It is no surprise Google adsense isrepparttar 145909 most widely used form of advertising; they have created a program that is beneficial to both advertisers and users with their “no click no pay” mechanism, or more popularly called “pay-per-click”. Advertisers do not pay for ads that are not drawing visitors, and website owners are paid more for each click than they would ifrepparttar 145910 system were based onrepparttar 145911 number of people viewingrepparttar 145912 ads, instead of clicking on them.

All in all Google adsense has developed itself into a powerful tool, used by large corporations andrepparttar 145913 kid next door. They have truly revolutionized howrepparttar 145914 web thinks about advertising and maderepparttar 145915 process more profitable for site owners, while less costly for advertisers.

Matt Bacak, The Powerful Promoter and Entrepreneur Magazine e-Biz radio show host, became a "#1 Best Selling Author" in just a few short hours. For more information, visit Bacak's site at or sign up for his Powerful Promoting Tips at

The Three Principles Of HTML Code Optimization

Written by George Peirson

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This is our Second Principle of clean HTML code: Use nested tags when possible. Be aware that WYSIWYG editors will frequently update formatting by adding layer after layer of nested code. So while you are cleaning uprepparttar code look for redundant nested code placed there by your WYSIWYG editing program.

A big problem with using HTML tags is that we need to repeatrepparttar 145892 tag coding whenever we changerepparttar 145893 formatting. The advent of CSS allows us a great advantage in clean coding by allowing us to layoutrepparttar 145894 formatting once in a document, then simply refer to it over and over again.

If we had six paragraphs in a page that switch between two different types of formatting, such as headings in Blue, Bold, Ariel, size 4 and paragraph text in Black, Times, size 2, using tags we would need to list that complete formatting each time we make a change.

(font face=”Ariel” color=”blue” size=”4”)(b)Our heading(/b)(/font) (font face=”Times color=”black” size=”2”)Our paragraph(/font) (font face=”Ariel” color=”blue” size=”4”)(b)Our next heading(/b)(/font) (font face=”Times color=”black” size=”2”)Our next paragraph(/font)

We would then repeat this for each heading and paragraph, lots of html code.

With CSS we could create CSS Styles for each formatting type, listrepparttar 145895 Styles once inrepparttar 145896 Header ofrepparttar 145897 page, and then simply refer torepparttar 145898 Style each time we make a change.

(head) (style type="text/css") (!-- .style1 { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-weight: bold; font-size: 24px; } .style2 { font-family: "Times New Roman", Times, serif; font-size: 12px; } --) (/style) (/head) (body) (p class="style1")Heading(/p) (p class="style2")Paragraph Text(/p) (/body)

Notice thatrepparttar 145899 Styles are created inrepparttar 145900 Head section ofrepparttar 145901 page and then simply referenced inrepparttar 145902 Body section. As we add more formatting we would simply continue to refer torepparttar 145903 previously created Styles.

This is our Third Principle of Clean HTML Code: Use CSS styles when ever possible. CSS has several other benefits, such as being able to placerepparttar 145904 CSS styles in an external file, thereby reducingrepparttar 145905 page size even more, andrepparttar 145906 ability to quickly update formatting site-wide by simply updatingrepparttar 145907 external CSS Style file.

So with some simple cleaning of your HTML code you can easily reducerepparttar 145908 file size and make a fast loading, lean and mean web page.

George Peirson is a successful Entrepreneur and Internet Trainer. He is the author of over 30 multimedia based tutorial training titles covering such topics as Photoshop, Flash and Dreamweaver. To see his training sets visit Article copyright 2005 George Peirson

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