How to Double Your AdSense Income Instantly Written by Daegan Smith
As you probably already know, AdSense is revolutionizing way many infopreneurs are creating revenue from their web site traffic. The reason for this is its simplicity. Through AdSense, revenue is generated when someone simply clicks thru AdSense ads displayed on webmasters web site.
In this article I want to give you a few simple ways to dramatically increase your AdSense income.
The bottom line:
To increase AdSense income all you must do is increase number of click thrus you receive.
There are two ways for you to increase your total number of click thrus. You can either increase your website traffic or you can increase your AdSense click thru rate. Now, getting more traffic would be great, but let’s be honest increasing your web site traffic is much easier said than done. So, let’s focus on increasing your AdSense click thru rate instead.
4 Tips to Increase Click Thru:
Match your AdSense to your website:
You want your AdSense ads to appear as seamless as possible. Your goal is to match every aspect of your AdSense ads to theme of your website. What you want to do is remove borders from your AdSense ads and match background color of ad to your website. Additionally, you want to match color of AdSense links to rest of links on your website plus choose an ad format that makes ads look seamless.
For example, if your web site has a white background and default color of your hypertext links is blue you will want to remove border from your AdSense, make background white, choose either a square or a rectangle as your ad format instead of a skyscraper or banner, and yep you guessed it… make links blue.
Where you place your AdSense ads is just as important as how they look. Luckily, there are only a few concepts that you need to worry about in order to increase your click through rate.
•The more white space around your ads better •The closer to top of page better •The closer left of page better
Follow these concepts and I can assure you that you will see an increase in your AdSense click thru rate. (It really is that simply!)
Your Country Needs YouWritten by malcolm james pugh
your country needs you.
Victorian is thought old hat, Way past its pomp and prime, A throwback to a world of austere, A world of toil and grime, Yet they had mail five times a day, As fact and not idle boast, You could write you would be late for tea, From a beach on south coast, And your household would be forewarned, If annoyed at your irksome ways, Now you get home before letter, Because it takes up to three days, Trains of course were frightful, And ran on dirty smelly coal, And steamed and snarled and snorted, Whilst performing their passenger role, But few indeed were ever cancelled, And fewer still were ever late, It takes modern disorganisation, To confine us to that fate, Automobiles were chic and noisy, And top speeds always drew gasps, But thankfully contemporary cameras, Werent good enough for speed traps, This was an age that knew not losing, Where everything could be achieved, Where anything was possible, As long as you really believed, Where police actually patrolled, Where schools actually taught learning, Where roads were actually navigable, And everyone was always burning, To be a part of Great Britain, To have pride in where they belonged, To read countrys history, And to sing countrys songs, Now our schools turn out illiterates, You enter hospitals only if you dare, Venture outdoors mainly in daylight, And return late via very high fares, Where nothing concrete is achieved, Nothing difficult is undertaken And statistics and illusion are, Rolled out to blind a nation, Whatever happened to Great, Whatever happened to Britain, All we have now is state, And all lies that are written. The only time we are acknowledged, Is when its again a voting year, When all is vividly promised, now, Yet was ignored for all those years, Yet maybe election wont happen, And we might after all survive, As ninety per cent are rigged postal votes, And they might not ever arrive, Or at very best arrive late,