Make More From Adsense: Tips For Small-Time Bloggers

This topic has been covered by several big-time bloggers teaching the world how to make $10,000 in one month from blogging. This article won't and can't claim such success. This is mainly written for the small-time blogger, just starting out and seeking to make a little more money on their adsense accounts while they learn the ropes in the world of blogging.

These tips I'm about to give you have been recommended directly by Google. They're taken from an hour-long Google video tutorial I watched. I've condensed the points down into the following basics.

Make more from adsense: tips for small-time bloggers


1. Where To Place Your Adsense Ads

Adsense Ads perform better when placed at the top of the page, above the fold. This basically means that anyone who arrives on your page can see the ad before they scroll down to read your article. I must admit that I don't like arriving on a page and not being able to see anything but ads above the fold. You know the ones where it looks like there is nothing else on the site but ads?
There is of course, a happy medium. There is an ad panel at the top of this page but when you arrived here you could read some of the article before scrolling down.

My Follow Friday - Self Sagacity

I haven't done a Follow Friday in a while because as many of you know, I've been ill and moved house recently.  The end of the week seems to flow by without warning, and before I know it, Friday has come and gone yet again. 

My Follow Fridays promote mainly writer/author based sites, but occasionally I feature more general-niche blogs which have caught my eye. Self Sagacity is one such blog. It's themes tend to be across-the-board, usually in the direction of personal development, inspirational and photographic. It also features novel recipes from time to time.

Self Sagacity caught my attention because being a relatively new blog, it's managed to push full-force forward in gaining not only recognition, but also a wide and loyal readership. I think that if all bloggers start off with the same intensity this blogger has, failures would be virtually unheard of.

Self Sagacity's success is admirable and is due to the hard work of it's manager, Amanda. However, praise also is due to to it's part-designer and adviser, Icy from Wandering Thought who's also helped me with design and posting problems on my own blogs.

For my writing readership, although this is not a writing site, Self Sagacity has a little something to satisfy all tastes, so hop over and see if there's anything there for you. The current post is a delicious dessert recipe. One cannot get more appetizing than that!

Anne's a published author, freelance writer and experienced editor. She's just signed her second publishing contract this year with 2 separate publishing houses. You can hire her or see her available books in the side panel on the right.
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