If you haven’t heard of the Google Publishing Program, you probably haven’t read it yet. If this is a completely recent discovery, I suggest visiting their site and reading about it in whatever country you live in. It is claimed to be the easiest way to earn money so far.
There is a lot of hassle in your daily endeavors to attract online revenue. This theory is as simple as any of the best successful business ideas. Well, then what will happen in practice?
Your account is opened when you have a good website of at least 15 pages or more. You can retrieve website HTML bits with a unique identification code. When you place it on web pages, the ads that are clicked will attract some money to your publisher’s account.
Of course you have to do these codes on the sites that people are interested in. Some research is needed, you can’t use any of the old methods. Now you may ask yourself, “I wonder if some areas of interest are more popular and more paid? Yes, there is a difference.
This is because advertisers are paying Google through an advertising program and sharing a portion of that revenue with you. So, if you have a website that is searched daily on a popular website, it also means that more advertisers are trying to outdo each other. Every click on your site is likely to result in higher payments.
However, it also means that people will take the path of least resistance and compete on popular articles which makes it more difficult for you to get website traffic from search engines. No visitors do not mean publisher income.
Google also gives advertisers the option to let their ads appear after a search, as well as on content sites. You can’t always be sure that if any of these sites were providing users, advertisers would display their products on their pages through their website’s ad code.
A lot of time has passed and it has often become clear that you are not always paid to display your content on the site – in fact the results can be very bad. Google got into a lot of pain and finally decided to see what could happen if websites were delisted!
Are you impressed or do you know anyone else who has experienced a sharp decline in publisher revenue? It’s not just about search engine optimization but also about unique content. Some marketers have developed software that can generate hundreds of pages at the touch of a button. Probably no problem if you used it wisely but of course there was a rush of gold!
Too many trash sites result in less content and the ads displayed on them can never be expected to have good quality visitors so the results of the sales ratio have been disappointing. There is a stir and now the publisher of the website needs to develop a better source of information. The next discussion will be about whether it is possible to make a constant effort to develop a quality site or if the whole concept is not worth returning. You need to listen to both sides of the argument.
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