AdSense-related websites and services seem to be cropping up overnight. There are a plethora of ebooks on the market, from “Tested and Tried AdSense Secrets” to “How to Build AdSense Sites Quickly.” There is also software that can rapidly construct thousands of AdSense sites from recycled content.
However, you won’t find any guidance on how to monetize your AdSense sites. In this piece, I hope to do just that.
Let’s start with the problem you’ll have to fix before your AdSense sites start making money.
1. A lightning-fast method for creating countless content sites.
Tips for coming up with domain names that won’t get the attention of the major search engines.
Third, you need to know where to put your AdSense sites so that they don’t stand out to search engines.
Fourth, the Google sandbox phenomenon is a challenge for new websites. Before you can start making money from your new AdSense sites, they need to be indexed, listed, and displayed in Google SERPs. This could take up to four months to complete.
5. How do you initiate the indexing process for your sites? The Google site submission page is now defunct and should not be used to submit your sites. The majority of popular search engines today follow links from other sites while crawling new ones. How then do you ensure that other sites will link back to your own?
Six, how can you find worthwhile keywords to apply in your site creation? In order to produce the kind of clicks on your AdSense advertisements that would deliver a large quantity of AdSense earnings, you need high-demand keywords to input into your sites.
To compete with older, more established sites, how can you introduce new ones that use profitable keywords? It’s important to keep in mind that profitable keywords are high-demand phrases, making it challenging to achieve a high search engine ranking for them.
To avoid getting into difficulty with search engines, how do you link your several sites together?
To avoid having your millions of websites appear like every other Dick and Harry’s website, how can you include reprinted articles in your content strategy?
You need answers to these crucial questions before you can start daydreaming about massive, immediate AdSense earnings. On the other hand, you can take your time and put together sites with high-quality, original material that will continue to bring in money long after the AdSense mania has faded down. This, however, will take a long time.
Let’s have a look at how to rapidly construct these AdSense cash cows. What you can do to beat each of those problems. Believe me when I say this is not a straightforward, easy task. But the payoff is money, money, and more money than you can shake an AdSense at. You’ll also need some equipment to help you out. You’ll find links to these resources at the end of the piece.
To begin, you’ll require a program that can rapidly construct hundreds of your AdSense sites from preexisting content. Articles can be retrieved from article sites, and formatted, and pages can be created using your own templates, all with the help of the software. You don’t want to sound like everyone else that uses the same content, thus it’s crucial that you create your unique template. If you don’t want to copy other people’s work for your site, you have two options: either write the content yourself (a monumental process if you’re constructing hundreds of sites) or employ ghostwriters on www.elance.com to do it for you at affordable rates. One ebook explains how to find and contract with ghostwriters on the cheap. This is preferable to using content from article aggregators. These articles are not adequately optimized for search engines, as seen by their low keyword density and general lack of relevance to relevant search terms. The links to the program and the ebook are provided at the end of this article.
You should use the most important term for each site in the domain name. Each page will be optimized for a single keyword. You need AdSense to recognize your page for that specific keyword so that it may start delivering advertisements related to that term. Domain names should have hyphens. Avoid raising Google’s suspicions by registering your domain names for at least two years.
Use multiple hosting providers for maximum redundancy. To better organize your links, consider this. You’re going to connect all of your sites in a way that favors some over others in terms of backlinks. The sites that generate the most revenue have many inbound links. Hosting websites can be had for pennies. Just type in “$1.99 hosting” to find them. Visit http://www.archive.org to see how long they’ve been a hosting provider.
The Google sandbox phenomenon exists. Sadly, you can do little to change that. Let things play out. Spend the time productively by writing articles for your various sites, submitting them to directories (for a complete list of article submission sites, see www.ebizstartups.com/article-submission-sites.html), engaging in reciprocal linking, purchasing links (if possible), performing SEO on your sites, and so on.
How do you find keywords that will bring in money? Some websites offer memberships that include the study and provision of such high-demand (profitable) keywords. To check what other people are paying for Overture advertisements, you may also perform your own research and visit www.pixelfast.com/overture.
With your newly acquired knowledge of in-demand keyword phrases, you can proceed to create niche websites. These web pages are where you’ll make your money. Keep in mind, too, that getting a high page rank for these keywords on the free search engines is not easy. Therefore, you will construct a large number of sites centered on low-volume keywords that are connected to your high-volume keywords, and drive traffic from the low-volume sites to the high-volume sites.
Use your low-demand keyword websites as the destination of the link in the article’s resource box. In order to rapidly increase your site’s link popularity, you should link to pages with high-demand keywords from pages with low-demand keywords. By doing so, you can direct a flood of traffic to a few of your sites that include your high-demand keywords. This accomplishes two goals for you. Your high-demand keyword site will benefit in two ways from this: (1) more visitors, and (2) greater authority in the form of inbound links. Because of this, sites with high-demand keywords will be able to compete favorably in the free search engines.
Sites that funnel traffic and one-way connections to high-demand keyword sites are what you’re after, and there are some excellent tools out there to help you get started quickly. Keep in mind that this isn’t the only option. This, however, is the most foolproof method to avoid having your websites permanently removed from search results.
Salihu Ibrahim investigates alternative strategies and useful tools for rapidly expanding an advertising revenue stream.