Work At Home with Google Adsense..

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by homejobsforyou, Oct 7, 2008.

  1. homejobsforyou

    homejobsforyou New Member

    Is anyone here earning extra income with Google Adsense? If you work it right it can be a great way to start a work at home business.
     
  2. happywife

    happywife Gold Member

    I use Google Adsense on my sites as an extra income stream. It is very effective and is easy to implement. It's a nice complement to other monetization methods or even on it's own.
     
  3. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    I earn some money with Google Adsense, but growth is limited.
     
  4. pip87

    pip87 New Member

    I use google adsense on my webpages, squidoo lens and hub pages. It gains a small amount of income but not much really.
     
  5. madnawat

    madnawat New Member

    Making website/blog and putting adsense ads on every webpage is one part of whole story. Once your website/blog is up with adsense ads on it, you have to religiously promote it. remember More Traffic = More Money [​IMG] Some where I read that 75% time you give to your website should go into its promotion.
     
  6. BronzedBeauty

    BronzedBeauty New Member

    I just contacted by them and they've asked me to pay $1.97 to start. I am weary of giving my credit card on the phone. They were going through a sales pitch and I was at work and didn't have the time to speak.

    I don't have a blog or a website now. Should I go for this?
     
  7. BobFirestone

    BobFirestone New Member

    BronzedBeauty: I just contacted by them and they've asked me to pay $1.97 to start. I am weary of giving my credit card on the phone. They were going through a sales pitch and I was at work and didn't have the time to speak.
    Who was asking for your CC#? Running google ads on a site doesn't cost anything.
     
  8. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    The big thing to earn money online with Adsense is to make sure you are getting good traffic. I would also encourage you to promote affiliate programs and not just rely on Adsense. Finally, with Adsense, in my experience, the bigger the ad the better - I would suggest placing a 336 by 280 Adsense ad at the top of your website.
     
  9. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    BronzedBeauty: I just contacted by them and they've asked me to pay $1.97 to start. I am weary of giving my credit card on the phone
    . They were going through a sales pitch and I was at work and didn't have the time to speak.

    I don't have a blog or a website now. Should I go for this?

    Hi BronzedBeauty,

    Bob is right, Google doesn't charge anything for Adsense. It must have been someone else that contacted you.

    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  10. BronzedBeauty

    BronzedBeauty New Member

    I went on to a link (not sure where I got it from, either on this forum or the net) and I filled out my info. They then called me and went through a sales pitch and wanted me to pay $1.97 to get started.

    It sounded fishy and I said no.

    How do I get started with Google Adsense?

    Newbie Shield: Hi BronzedBeauty,

    Bob is right, Google doesn't charge anything for Adsense. It must have been someone else that contacted you.
     
  11. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Hi Bronze,

    Here is the Google Adsense main page:

    www.thirtydaychallenge.com

    Good luck in either case,

    ~Newbie Shield~

    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  12. Hezokuai

    Hezokuai New Member

    Yes adsense is free, there should be no one ever asking you to pay any fee for adsense. Once you do have an account and get your web site all set you will want to promote it as much as you can, that really is the job. Also, you will probably want to put a link to your site on your signature for forums like this one, however, be sure not to just spam useless massages only to get your web site link out there.
     

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