All internet marketers are aware that Google AdSense is a simple and effective way to make money from a blog or website. AdSense is a highly effective way to make money from a blog or website, because you earn money when visitors click on the ads, which are highly targeted to the content on your site. Many marketers, however, have had their AdSense accounts banned by Google because they, either knowingly or by accident, violated one rule or another.
One thing you must never do is include Adsense ads in emails sent to your list, or anywhere else. So always remember that your ads can only be served to your sites and nowhere else in any manner. Of course online marketers are resourceful, and it didn’t take long to realize that you can put links in emails to websites, or blogs, with Adsense on them, and that is fine to do. Don’t be tempted to team up with other marketers, thinking you can make extra money by trading AdSense clicks with each other. However, if the same computers are frequently clicking on one another’s ads, Google will soon see a pattern based on the IP addresses involved.
Tracking is of paramount importance with Adsense, and something for you to track is your click-through-rate (CTR). The standard, or average, CTR is approximately 1% to 5%, and you do need to make sure it stays somewhere around that range. A sudden and unusually high CTR simply means click fraud, and you should contact Google in that event. Google knows things like this happen, but still you should tell them about it because they will contact you eventually.
As we’ve seen, if you want to keep your account with AdSense, you have to be cautious and be aware of activities that might cause you trouble. The most successful Google AdSense users have learned how to profit from the system by following the rules and not trying to do anything dishonest. So, if you’re just starting out with Google AdSense, you know what to keep in mind to make sure that you don’t end up having your account disabled. It is time to learn these 5 ways to improve your adsense earnings.