Friday, February 27, 2009

The Easiest Way To Get A Google Adsense Account

The Easiest Way To Get A Google Adsense Account

by: Penelope Smith

Google Adsense is one of the most coveted programs on the web. You can get code to place ads on your website, blogs,YouTube, RSS feeds, as well using their search bar to earn. There are many possibilities to earn using Adsense.

Now that Google has changed their policies about using other ads on the same page as theirs, it makes it a good choice. You will need to read their policy to make sure you are clear, but the basic point is to make them look different than other ads on the same page.

How do I get a Google Adsense account if I dont have a website?

Get a blog! is now owned by Google. They even have a function in blogger that allows you to easily add Adsense to your blog.

Sign up for Blogger and start your blog. You can make it about anything, so long as it doesn’t violate their terms. This is pretty much the same terms you will find anywhere for just about any site. Nothing illegal, hate or porn related, and no viruses.

Be sure to ad some posts. If you can’t think of anything to write there are numerous sources available that offer free content for your site. Simply do a search for “free content” on any search engine.

After you have this done, wait a few days. Continue to add content if you would like. Then go and apply for your Adsense account

About the author:
This article is written by Penelope Smith. Owner of this site.


All About Traffic Exchanges

All About Traffic Exchanges

by: Penelope Smith

Traffic Exchange Sites are websites where you essentially exchange traffic. You submit your sites and earn page views to your site by viewing other sites. This can be done both automatically and manually. But dont think the work automatically means its without work on your part. Some sites offer both and some specialize in only one type of surfing.

Auto Surf

Auto surf is more for page-view/site-view stats. Your sites do get viewed by real people but can be missed or not clicked on because they automatically continue on to the next site. I know I have missed something I wanted to click on because it moved on before I was ready. When surfing on these sites, you really have to remember that you are on auto and that if you see something interesting to open the site in a new window or tab before it moves on.

Manual Surf

Manual sites can be broken down into 2 separate kinds. There is hover surf and click surf. Some offer the options to choose. Hover surf is where you simply have to hover over the location required to move on to the next site. Click surf is where you have to click a particular image or number to move forward to the next site. I personally prefer hover surf because it is just simpler in my opinion. You also have to be careful with hover surf as you do with auto surf. Once you slide past the spot, it will go on to next page. You can sometimes miss a bonus or offer because you hovered over the wrong location.

Choosing a site

There are numerous sites to choose from. Site with less than 100 people to sites with over 50,000 people. Don’t be deceived by big numbers. The more people in an exchange, the faster your credits run out. These larger sites often have much lower surf ratios as well which means you will have to work harder and longer to get views for your sites.

I find it better to get in with small exchanges when they are just starting and grow with them. You can get great surf ratios and many times extras like free upgrades or a large number of free credits. They sometimes also offer an extremely cheap upgraded account or have contests for free upgraded accounts. It is also easier to get signups under you when there is a really great offer.

I suggest making a blog about your exchanges and using it in your promotions. You can visit my blog for an example: and also find free upgrade offers as well. I would suggest to start at these exchanges if you are new to exchanges and then add new sites as you come across them in your surfing. A blog is free and is a great way to spread the word about all your sites in one place.

About the author:
This article is written by Penelope Smith. Owner of this site.


My Page Rank full of great tools for your website or blog...

If you look to your left you will see some of the tools pulled from this site. You can get a google page rank button or a detailed list of your rankings and links in and more. There is also button you can add to your site that will tell you when was the last time Google, Yahoo, or MSN has checked your sites.

They also have other tools that will check your Meta Tags and etc. Deffinately a site to bookmark.


Submit Express a great free service...

Search Engine Optimization and SEO Tools

This site is a great way to get your site sent to several search engines at one time.

Just your site and an email and you are on your way. You will get emails from a few services that require you to verify your submission.

For a free service its pretty great. They also have some other services that might be worth checking out.


Stat Counter the better counter by far...

After testing out several different counters, I feel that is the better of them.

It gives you the most detail and picks up the most sites.

Some sites have the same features but do not catch all site views. You may think your advertising budget is going down the tubes, but it just may be that your counter is not picking up these soruces. I ran all counters at the same time for a month and could see what was being missed.

Hitstats isn't too bad nor is Google's tracking service, but they are not very expandable. They also seemed to miss some hits. Hitstats will give you a nice counter you can display on your site that will show your number counts to visitors. If you want to put a counter that shows to the public, you might as well pick Hitstats since you get both a visible counter and tracking services.

I highly recommend Stat counter for your site tracking needs.




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