My Adsense Journey

Written by The Voice

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Now, I am not an adsense expert by any stretch ofrepparttar imagination and still learn new things everyday. I am like "you", a person who wants to generate an income and hopefully have more incentive to keep going. But...I know what works for me and what doesn't.

Now, there were only a few things that I did to increase my adsense clickthroughs and after experimentation, I am convinced these arerepparttar 143659 winning ticket.

These are things I did:

I use a white background instead of color backgrounds.

I removerepparttar 143660 border on adsense so it does not look like an ad and make sure it matchesrepparttar 143661 background

I keeprepparttar 143662 Title andrepparttar 143663 Hyperlink "Blue".

I keep Adsense "aboverepparttar 143664 fold", so they arerepparttar 143665 "FIRST" things that people see when they arrive atrepparttar 143666 site.

I use these formats only.

The 338X280. Primarily used because it is large and it does not look like an ad.

The small Google "ad links", (180x90) or others similar, because they are not targeted tightly and give people options to see other things that relavent to THIER interest. I blendrepparttar 143667 ad to make it look likerepparttar 143668 rest ofrepparttar 143669 titles.

I try to keeprepparttar 143670 ads "left" aligned.

I userepparttar 143671 160X600 vertical for people to see when they move vertically downrepparttar 143672 website page.

I keeprepparttar 143673 site concise, clean and focused.

By using these tactics I was able to increase my adsense clickthrough rate significantly depending on traffic level and people's interest.

Take my advice and give it try. I believe you will see a change and hopefully make adsense a more pleasurable experience.

I started blogging months ago and have enjoyed the experience and made many new friends across the country. I am the author of several websites and moderate them through the person known as "The Voice". Feel free to visit my websites!

Top Internet Marketing Guru Gives Mini-Site Creator Rave Review

Written by Terry Mansfield

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Jim is particularly proud ofrepparttar four-star type review and high-praise endorsement Mini-Site Creator received from Michael Campbell, a highly successful and very well-respected Internet marketer and educator for nearly 10 years, andrepparttar 143469 author of several best selling ebooks, including "Clickin' It Rich" ( ) and "Revenge ofrepparttar 143470 MiniNet" ( ). Michael Campbell calls Mini-Site Creator "the most complete web training course -- for would be marketers -- that I've ever reviewed." You can read Michael's full review of Mini-Site Creator at No wonder Jim Edwards was so pleased to see Michael Campbell's review of Mini-Site Creator. Rave reviews such as that are definitely few and far between, especially when they come from someone like Michael Campbell.

Obviously,repparttar 143471 opinion of a person withrepparttar 143472 experience and reputation of Michael Campbell should naturally be given serious weight and consideration. However, it's always wise to also do your own research and due diligence. So to get free, instant access to allrepparttar 143473 details about Mini-Site Creator and to judge for yourself whether it's right for you and will meet your needs, please visit

Copyright 2005 Terry Mansfield All rights reserved. Note: Anyone may publish this free reprint, free content article online or in print as long asrepparttar 143474 entire contents ofrepparttar 143475 article and accompanying resource box are left unaltered, including any hyperlinks (which must be active, clickable links), andrepparttar 143476 author's byline is included.

Terry Mansfield is Owner/President of First World Enterprises, providing online customers world-wide with a choice of high-quality products, services, and business opportunities since 1999. Visit Firstworld.Biz -- the LinkUp Place at to see current recommendations. And if you're interested in making a Big Income as a Super Affiliate, learn how at

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