Adsense Good or Bad

I have often pondered this question?

Here are my own basic thoughts on the complex subject.

Most websites I visit have some kind of adsense system running; I would estimate that some of these are making good money from the Google system. Certainly sites with over 1000 visitors per day should receive a small amount of revenue.

Generally I believe the adsense system is a good one, however like most things these days the adsense system has been misused by individuals who fully understand how search engines work; unfortunately these people have already made their money. These people have used many tactics in the past to raise their sites page ranking, thus ensuring more visitors, more visitors means more revenue from the system. These sites are generally kept open for a few months and then closed down, with the next one instantly opened up. This practice has been going on for years. The sites are even sold daily on EBay; I would imagine they are just about to be banned.

What normally happens when a few people misuse a system is it leads to others suffering, and in this case it has happened. Google is sandboxing new sites for longer. Saying this company had to act, they have now introduced the ‘Big Daddy’ update. This update has affected sites that have large numbers of irrelevant links or millions of irrelevant web pages. Unfortunately it has also affected the ranking of genuine businesses; hopefully this is just a temporary blip. My own opinion is the internet should be a level playing field for everyone; however I somehow doubt it ever will be.

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I believe there is a place for adsense on most sites as long as it is discrete, well set up and does not look out of place, (fonts, colours etc), The main thing to think about is what do you want from your visitors. Most sites offer a product to potential customers. This causes the dilemma of balancing potential revenue from adsense against losing a potential customer, what I mean by this is, a visitor may be interested in your site, however you could lose them instantly to Google. This is why in my opinion is if your site has a product you are selling, you should never employ adsense on your homepage.

In conclusion I like the system, it is easy to set up and user friendly. I hope Google manage to filter out the unethical element who in the end will only spoil things for everyone.

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SEO Content for Google

SEO experts write article content to promote web site. Using Googlized SEO content allows them to integrate keywords and terms as well as links into web pages to prepare them for indexing. SEO Marketing tools are often used to perform these actions. Strategies are used as well.

SEO - Google strategies may entice the SEO expert to add H2 tags, header text, spiders, robots, page description, Meta tags, relevant key terms, words, links, and so forth. The goal is to optimize the web pages so that it passes Google’s SEO inspection. When the web sites have relevant keywords, terms, links, etc, it provides users easy access to the web pages.

Links are Google commodities and they link other Internet marketers to your web sites. SEO marketing is the largest business in the world, i.e. both online and offline. Even offline vendors must optimize their press releases, flyers, etc to attract visitors by influencing them to buy something of interest.

Internet SEO-Google Marketing drives traffic to your web site, attracting surfers from all over the world. SEO – Google techniques can improve website placement and also equips Internet marketers with ways to customize their web content and links. Once those links and content is published, it is ready for search engines to index. The goal of any Internet marketer is to increase sales by generating customers to a web site.

The world of the information superhighway vendors, regardless of what they promote, must always focus on relevant keywords, terms, and links. Without relevant keywords, terms, and links, Google may index you, but your site that sells Geese just might fall into the category of Toys for Tots. Imagine how many parents and kids will feel confused.

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How to Move Your Blogspot to Your Own Hosting

Moving your Blogspot blog to your own hosting is undeniably a clever decision of time, but before that you might be looking for the right Web Hosting Plans that will fulfill your current and future needs. If you are seeking for an option that can let you bring all your Blogspot entries, comments and of course your blog traffic to your own hosted blog then, WordPress is the right choice for you.

WordPress as it’s the most famous blogging software on Paid hosting. Well, here’s the step by step guideline for moving your Blogspot blog to your own hosting using WordPress. There may be two situations for this:

1. You’ve
2. You’ve hosted by WordPress

In first situation you’ll be moving like:
  • Prepare for the migration by uploading few .php and .html test pages
  • Install WordPress on your server
  • Go to WordPress Dashboard > Manage > Posts, and delete “Hello World”
  • Now go to Manage > Import > Select Blogger and follow the instructions. All your entries and comments are there now.
Now go to your Blogspot blog and download all images, and upload them on your own server and enter them in the posts manually. (This is a hectic job, but you’ll have to do it.)

In second situation, you’ll have to:

  • First get back to from your Blogspot account. For this go to Setting > Publishing > Switch to Blogspot.
  • Now change the name servers of your domain from your domain panel. You’ll have to give new name servers, i.e. as prescribed by the new hosting company.
  • And now follow all the steps as described in case 1.

Your Blogspot blog is now completely moved and set on your own hosting. Experience the new interface and better customization.

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