by Jean-Paul Cortes
What would it mean to you, to have an extra source of income that comes in every month, like clockwork, in your name, sent by none other than Google itself? Yes, you read that right...Google Inc. is paying YOU.
Can I reasonably assume that I have your attention? Good, it's actually very easy to get Google to pay you. Through their Adsense program. Huh? Ad what?
It's pretty neat. In
a nutshell, you get paid every time one of your site visitors clicks
on ads displayed on your site (such as the one above).
If you have your own website , and you're providing relevant content to your audience, the chances are that it's attracting visitors on a daily basis.
This can be from a few hundred people to a many thousands per day (and there are behemoths that attract millions of people every month). Anyway, did you know that you can make money from your website's visitors?
Did you also know that Google is willing to pay you for the people that visit your site to read what you've written? In fact, your life experience and unique path, knowledge or skills is exactly what that they're looking for.
They're willing to pay you even if you don't exactly work for them. They know and you should know that they're making money from this, but that's not really the point, rather it's how YOU can profit from your website.
How do you ask? Well, keep read along...
Google AdSense is a free, simple way for website publishers of all kind to earn money by displaying targeted Google ads on their websites.
Now, I'm not promoting Google just for the sake of it. They're making too much money as it is anyways; however, I'm all for YOU making money from them. If you own a website that has people visiting it every day, then it's practically guaranteed that you can make some money.
Before you start dreaming about all the things you're going to do with the big bucks you're going to get, lets take a reality check.
The chances are, at first you're only going to see a small stream of income. Sometimes this will be a few cents a day, others it may be a few dollars.
And who knows, it may end up surprising you. It's like opening a faucet a little bit at a time, there's probably not enough water to fill up your tub at first. In time however, drop by drop it will.
Presuming that you keep on building your site , more and more visitors will stop by and will likely end up clicking on the ads you've posted.
Your trickle eventually turns into a powerful stream...
The obvious first step is that you need to have a website for this work. The second step is that you need to apply to the program.
Before you run off to hire a web designer to build your site, there are a few things you need to consider.
Firstly, if you've ever had a website, you probably know that just because you've built it, it doesn't mean people will come.
There's a process to building a successful online businesses. If you ignore this process, it's likely that your website will take a long time to be profitable, if ever (the millions of unsuccessful blogs and websites are proof of this).
Secondly, there are some caveats that limit how much you make through Adsense:
You may already see the benefit of using this program, in essence:
** It's completely passive, which means that once you write the content and place ads on your pages, the income will start to build over time without much involvement on your part.
** It's also pretty much hands off. Again you can focus on building more and more pages to attract more traffic to your site to get even more money.
There you go, a no-nonsense way to get paid by Google (Go ahead, you can now brag to your friends about it). Oh, remember you can get even more great ideas by leaving your name and email below.
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