Friday, June 24, 2016
Google Adsense is one of the best in CPC/PPC ad network, it is the simplest method for making money online for most bloggers. But the amount of money you can earn on Adsense on a limited visitors can be disappointing. Yes, there are few bloggers that earn huge amount of money on Adsense but for the majority of small bloggers they earn scraps.
What the advantage of AdSense is Google has millions of advertisers since it's their main source of income, as a result they can give publishers both relevant and high quality ads that leads to a higher CTR and more money for the publisher.
Unfortunately, Google AdSense is very strict when it comes to approving new application. Getting approve is not a easy task. They are also strict with the rules and policies you can get banned just for a couple mistake or by things that is not your fault at all like if one of your competitor or someone who despise you started clicking your Ads multiple times.
You will get the dreaded message: “Your Google Adsense account has been disabled or temporarily banned”.
Here are things that can get you banned from Google Adsense:
1. Clicking your own Ads.
2. If you get huge traffice from Social media sites.
3. High CTR
4. Generating or receiving automated or bot traffic
5. Using an incentivized traffic source
6. Manipulating how ads are served
7. Ask others to refresh or click their ads.
8. Pornographic, adult, or mature content
9. Copyright infringement
10. Illegal content
If your account get banned by Google it's not end of the world don't bother with their appeal process since most probably they have already made up their mind to banned your account. Instead, spend your time looking for Adsense Alternatives. Here are the top Adsense Alternatives:
1. Revenue Hits - a lot of publisher loves Revenue Hits they run a very strong network. Revenue Hits is a Performance Ad network, you get get paid for results (CPA - Cost per action also known as pay per action). Revenue Hits has a great and easy to use platform. They have different monetization channels but they do well in pop unders that generate a lot more money. Other channels are banner ads, sliders, pop -unders, buttons and etc.
Revenue Hits pays on a NET 30 basis and payment option available are wire, Paypal and Payoneer!
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2. Chitika - Chitika is kinda like Adsense, in a sense that you can customize your ads, and it they only have contextual ads. They pays through Paypal ($10 USD minimum) or via check ($50 minimum). Good thing about it is that you can use it alongside other ad networks like Adsense. It is considered one of the best ad networks for those who got banned by adsense. It is very simple and easy to use. If you are familiar with Adsense you will have an easy time creating Chitika ads.
3.Infolinks is one of the biggest monetization ad network today along with AdSense and Amazon Associates. They supports a marketplace of over 100,000 websites operating in 128 countries. Publishers love Infolinks since their ads are non-obtrusive it promotes readers experience in the publishers blog or website. Tthey don’t have standard banner space. Their ads are small ads or in hyperlinks, and readers will see the ads when their mouse pointer hover over them.
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Monday, June 20, 2016
FutureNet Multimedia Network Club is an innovative social networking platform that connects and inspires people around the world to pursue their potential on the Internet, providing them with constantly new products and creative solutions. It provide you with Social Media platform and multimedia, you can also make money online from your activities like posting, liking, sharing, inviting friends, etc.
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Thursday, June 9, 2016
YouTube is the most popular global video-sharing website that is based in San Bruno, California, United States. YouTube has a Partner Program that is based on AdSense which let the uploader of the video to share the revenue produced through advertisement on the website.
YouTube get to keep 45% of the advertising income while you as the uploader get 55%. There are over a million members of the YouTube Partner Program. According to TubeMogul, YouTube earn on an average of $7.60 per 1000 views. Since no more than half of eligible videos have a pre-roll advertisement the uploader ussually would earn 0.5 X $7.60 X 55% = $2.09 per 1000 views.
Millions of people visit Youtube daily from around the world. For you to be able to start earning from YouTube you'll need a www.gmail.com account and www.google.com/adsense account. Google Adsense will be the one to pay for the "views" you get on your YouTube videos, they will display ads on your video.
When people view your videos ads will be automatically shown so even though they didn't click the ads it will still be impressions, and you'll earn from that impressions.
The most important thing to earn decent amount of money on YouTube is traffic, if you get a million hits on your videos you'll be making a lot of money.
What kind of videos to upload? For me, it's instructional videos. Make a video of yourself talk about what you know or expert in. Some people have make it big time by making instructional videos on YouTube like Michelle Phan who makes makeup tutorial videos. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michelle_Phan
Also what is important is you make original videos, never copy someone's work, or you will get penalize for it or worst you can get sued for copyright infringement. Do not post pornographic or sexually explicit content since YouTube is viewed by minors and your videos will be immediately taken down and your channel will be banned.
Do not upload videos that shows drug usage, animal cruelty, child abuse, substance usage and other illegal stuff.
Now, once you have set up your Youtube and Adsense account you will need to setup your YouTube channel. Log in to YouTube with your gmail account and input a channel name. Make sure your channel name is unique and something the other people can easily remember.
Then check your channel's eligibility and opt in for monetization, here's how to do this: Go to your account settings, then proceed to the monetization tab. Follow the on-screen steps to accept the YouTube monetization agreement.
Enable your channel for monetization:
1. Sign in to your YouTube account.
2. In the top right, select your account icon > Creator Studio.
3. In the left menu, select Channel > Status and features.
4. Next to "Monetization," click Enable. You'll only see this option if your account is in good standing and hasn't been disabled for monetization.
5. Follow the on-screen steps to accept the YouTube monetization agreement.
Once you have opted your channel in for monetization, you can enable eligible videos to earn money from relevant ads.
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