The Quest In Advertising Your Website

Written by Michael Keenan


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a constant stream of credit which constantly show off your main website. Add into your main website free banners that also gain credits and in time you will gain a consistent flow of free advertising. This is one ofrepparttar methods I use and it really does provide a constant flow through to my main website. Getting people to view your site isn't really that hard. The ideas that you can use are really endless. Getting people to purchase products if you are in affiliate sales ect is a whole different article, many articles really. So we will leave that one too next time. Bye for Now.

Michael J. Keenan (CEO - SitePromotionNow) Worked in affiliate sales and website construction for over 5 years. email: mickyk703@hotmail.com website: www.sitepromotionnow.org


How to Keep Your AdSense Account From Being Nuked

Written by Robert Plank


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Once you're there, openrepparttar file called "hosts". If you don't see anything listed just typerepparttar 146089 word hosts andrepparttar 146090 file should open up. Justrepparttar 146091 word "hosts", no extension or anything after that. It's probably blank but it might not be.

Add this line:

127.0.0.1 pagead2.googlesyndication.com

And save. You're done.

Now go back to a site that you know has some Google Ads. There should be an empty space whererepparttar 146092 ads appeared.

Want to turn it off? Don't just delete it, put a "#" sign in front of that line, like this:

# 127.0.0.1 pagead2.googlesyndication.com

What's that do? It basically says "ignore this line." I like to leave it like that so when I want to hide Google Ads again, all I have to do is removerepparttar 146093 "#" sign and save then putrepparttar 146094 "#" back in when I'm ready to go back to normal.

Robert Plank is the creator of "AdSense Seeker," the powerful PHP script that sends AdSense stats via phone or e-mail that'll save you literally HOURS every day.

http://www.robertplank.com/adsense


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