Saturday, December 29, 2007

Cash Advance Loans & Payday Loans

Consumers in need of urgent money can now find instant payday loans within 4 to 30 days up to a maximum of 1500$ on Payday Loans
People looking for instant loans can securely get money to their account and it does not require a credit card. The website has a long list of websites for different consumer needs. So people do not have wait for loans now.

Friday, November 30, 2007

Pros Techniques with AdSense

This is how the pros make money with AdSense. If you follow these same steps, you’ll make money too. It’s just a matter of how much. The amount you earn will be proportional to the amount of work you do, your skills, and your intelligence.
Here are the 5 Master Steps:
Step 1: You need to target a very specific niche for a website. Something like “pie recipes” is a perfect example.

Step 2: You need to set up a website just for this niche with a domain name that ideally has the niche phrase in the name. Example: http://www.pie-recipes-4u.com/.

Step 3: You need to have a website that has content about your niche that humans,and search engine spiders, will want. Your website must also have AdSense ads strategically placed so that visitors will be likely to click on your ads. Scraping search engine results and creating thousands of useless spam pages is not likely to very well anymore. The days of easy money are over.

Step 4: You need to get organic traffic to you website. This means free traffic. This means people click on links to your site willfully and repeatedly because they find the information on your site useful.
Step 5: You need to get the search engines and other search directories to know your site and your individual pages exist.

Once you do steps 1-5 above, you simply need to repeat these steps with different niches to start building a network of money-making, passive income sites. The secret is quantity and quality. One without the other simply does not work when it comes to generating substantial AdSense income. The pros focus on both quality and quantity.
You should too.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

High Paying Keywords for Google Adsense

Here is a list of high paying keywords for bloggers and webmasters. The list approximation of round about how much each keyword pays. This is maximum cost per click. Today I have compiled a list of high paying keywords starting with "V". Watch out for other keywords. They will be on the blog soon.

Keyword /Keyword Clicks/Day Average CPC $
  • voip test 13.00 8.21
  • voip phone system 3.40 8.08
  • voip canada 23.00 7.39
  • voip testing 3.20 7.37
  • vonage voip 12.00 6.80
  • voip service 56.00 6.78
  • visa cards 120.00 6.75
  • visa credit card 170.00 6.00
  • voip equipment 7.20 5.97
  • voip training 6.00 5.49
  • voip services 22.00 5.35
  • voip service provider 6.70 5.02
  • visa credit 19.00 4.81
  • voip system 12.00 4.76
  • voip phone 110.00 4.69
  • voip pbx 20.00 4.68
  • visa gift card 39.00 4.50
  • voip provider 33.00 4.47
  • voip company 5.20 4.32
  • video conferencing 190.00 4.31
  • voip rate 3.00 3.90
  • verizon voip 6.20 3.88
  • voip call 28.00 3.85
  • voip reseller 5.50 3.74
  • voip 2300.00 3.69
  • video rental 230.00 3.53
  • voip softswitch 4.60 3.48
  • voip wholesale 6.70 3.37
  • voip billing software 3.10 3.29
  • voip billing 14.00 2.94
  • voice over ip voip 3.00 2.91
  • voip software 46.00 2.85
  • voip adapter 17.00 2.80
  • voip ip telephony 4.10 2.79
  • voip technology 4.80 2.68
  • verizon cellular phone 34.00 2.64
  • voip solution 7.70 2.61
  • voip server 16.00 2.56
  • video conference 130.00 2.55
  • van rental 280.00 2.51
  • voip information 1.70 2.51
  • voip hardware 9.30 2.50
  • voip device 3.00 2.48
  • voip product 1.80 2.43
  • visa master card 8.20 2.41
  • voip news 2.10 2.39
  • van hire 760.00 2.28
  • voip protocol 5.80 2.27
  • voip comparison 9.40 2.26
  • voip gateway 49.00 2.25
  • voip review 11.00 2.16
  • visa mastercard 72.00 2.05
  • voip phone service 15.00 10.44
  • verizon cell phone 160.00 1.96
  • verizon phone 160.00 1.94
  • voip carrier 9.20 1.91
  • vacation home rental 55.00 1.89
  • voip danmark 0.68 1.89
  • vegas travel 150.00 1.86
  • voip router 22.00 1.85
  • vacation rental 590.00 1.80
  • verizon wireless phone 36.00 1.75
  • viral marketing 16.00 1.71
  • voip termination 14.00 1.58
  • voip network 16.00 1.49
  • visa 8000.00 1.47
  • virus protection 560.00 1.39
  • volkswagen credit 4.80 1.35
  • voip security 7.00 1.33
  • voip book 1.80 1.29
  • vein clinic 7.50 1.26
  • vermont travel 7.20 1.25
  • virgin mobile phone 74.00 1.21
  • virus software 370.00 1.20
  • video editing software 150.00 1.16
  • vacation rental by owner 11.00 1.15
  • video poker software 3.70 1.06
  • voip forum 5.00 1.03
  • visa's 2.70 1.02
  • vehicle 5400.00 1.01
  • voip architecture 2.60 0.99
  • vin lookup 22.00 0.97
  • voip application 2.00 0.94
  • virus check 51.00 0.90
  • virus detection 24.00 0.89
  • virus removal 280.00 0.88
  • verizon wireless ringtone 6.80 0.87
  • vicodin 230.00 0.86
  • virus scanner 100.00 0.86
  • vicoden 10.00 0.84
  • virus scan 590.00 0.81
  • verizon reverse lookup 2.20 0.77
  • vmc satellite 5.00 0.77
  • virus remover 120.00 0.76
  • virus 7100.00 0.68
  • vehicles 6700.00 0.66
  • verizon ringtone 49.00 0.64
  • video television 46.00 0.63
  • voice ringtone 6.80 0.57
  • vegetarian cooking 20.00 0.55
  • virus information 14.00 0.52
  • voip tutorial 4.00 0.51
  • virginia tech football 13.00 0.39

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Inbound Links

Starting to get in-bound links. In-bound links serve two purposes:

1. If it’s a new site, they will get your site crawled by the search engines and put into the index.

2. They will help a site rank well if the link text contains the keywords you’re targeting.

There’s a couple of methods you can use to get in-bound links, but I only use one of them.

1. You can pay other sites to link to you.

2. You can swap links (called reciprocal linking) with other sites. When I’m actively trying to get links, I only do number two. I’m told that number one works better than number two because one-way links are more highly valued by the search engines than reciprocal links.

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Google Loves Updates

Few of the factors that result in high search engine rankings on google are updates.Most of the blogs or websites forget the fact that updates are essential for high rankings. It is one of the over looked factor, the more you update, more often your website will be crawled by googlebot and the higher numbers keywords will found on your website pages. Update and ping key to sucess with google. Website with more frequent updates are considered trustworthy and this results in higher ranks. With google its all about about building high quality content with frequent updates.

Search engines like up-to-date content, but refresh only when it is logical. For instance, how often does a car change makes or models? Never. When does it change color? It can every so often. How long does it stay in a particular parking space at the dentist office? Hopefully, not very long.

Friday, August 17, 2007

Google's Link Guidelines for Webmasters

Some of the Guidelines for webmasters laid down by Google state the ranking procedure is partly affected by the quality and quality of the websites linking. Although, Google forbids use of excessive linking and techniques which can boost the Page rank of the websites.

Some of the actions which violate Google's terms are:

  • Linking to manipulate Google page rank.
  • Linking to bad neighbourhood or spammers.
  • Links from irrelevant websites.
  • Buying or selling links.
  • Excessive linking.
Its not always the number the links to the website that matters the quality does matter a lot and relevancy should be there for getting high search engine rankings.

Google lays down in their policy that the webmaster should always focus on unique and genuine content which will eventually will be spidered and indexed by Google and would be given preference over repeated or copied content. Also,submit your site to relevant directories such as the Open Directory Project and Yahoo!, as well as to other industry-specific expert sites.

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

10 traffic techniques for webmasters and bloggers

1. Write and submit articles . It is a classic, but it works. This will be indefinite traffic stuck in the search engines for you. Write quality unique articles, not articles that are rehashed or provide no insight to readers, which is a huge problem these days.

2. Write and submit press releases, think prweb after you do one.

3. Write and ping blog entries. Always make sure to link back to your website with your blog posts. Try making multiple blogs and have them all link to one main site.

4. Make sure your website is listed in DMOZ: http://dmoz.org/.

5.Comment on other related blogs.

6.Write good content, if your writing is good then people will share it with their friends. In addition, webmasters will use it as content on their website with a reference back to your article, or at least they should.

7.Spark emotions. If you get people emotional about something then they will more people are
likely talk about it.

8.Place appropriate keywords in your anchor text when linking.

9.Do your research and find expensive niches to tap into. A good way to do this is to find how expensive someone is paying for a keyword on a PPC search engine. If you can sell items that are more expensive more often then it is a quicker way to get rich.

10.Stay up to date on what is going on in the world, you can monetize off hot topic trends.

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Google Adsense..... work your way to make CASH

You have posted several posts on your blog and you say you are ready for Google Adsense. You can click on Template and then click on Add a Page Element and scroll down where it says ADSENSE. Click on ADD TO BLOG.
If you have not yet set up a Google Account, you will be given the opportunity to set it up.When you are adding Google Adsense to your blog, there are some things you should know. Location is one of the main keys to making money with Google Adsense.
I have found the best location to be right at the top of the page, or a banner ad. You also want to make it blend to your template where it does not stick out like a sore thumb. Make it look like it is part of your blog and not an addition.Another key you should know.
NEVER, NEVER, click on your own ads. You will not only not be paid for this, it could actually get you kicked out of Adsense. Also, do not bring mention to it in your blog. Like, click on the ads at the top of my page. This is not allowed. Do not try to defraud Google Adsense in ANY way!
It is a GREAT way to make extra money from your blog so do not ruin it, you will not be given a second chance. Many have tried to buck the system by having friends click on ads and any other trick you could think of. Well, Google tracks the IP address that the click generation originated from, so can tell if they and the advertiser are receiving click fraud.
Add Google Adsense to your blog and forget about it. You can log into your account to check your daily activity, but dont get obsessed about it. You will make money if you write quality content and get traffic to your site, period!

Get traffic from forums and better Search Engine Rankings

One of the easiest and powerful way to get traffic is from forums which hundreds of people visit everyday. Active participation does help in bringing traffic. People should have their website address below their profile in the forums and the more replies and questions they post in the forum, more the chances of their website being exposed to people. Forums are easily spidered by Google bots and if you have websites in the forums, you have got more chances of higher search engines rankings from before.
The easiest way to find forums related to your niche:
  • Go to Google.com
  • Put "Your keyword" forums or forum "Your keyword". Remember "in,was,is...." is mostly excluded from the query by Google.
  • Your will get a large list of website in Google related to niche.
  • Now participate actively and get better search engine rankings and traffic from forums.

Friday, August 10, 2007

Older website the better....Google thinks the same

You may achieve high rankings very quickly for words that nobody is searching for, but as Covey so aptly put it, these will be illusory and deceptive results at best. If no one uses those words in the engine's search box, all the #1 rankings in the world won't keep your business afloat.

It's imperative to think of the search engine optimization process as a long-term investment for your site, so here are 5 tips to help you invest in your future success:

Thoroughly research your keyword phrases using the paid versions of Wordtracker or KeywordDiscovery. Keyword research is completely and utterly the key to everything that is search marketing.

Make sure your site is not made up of graphics alone, as these cannot be read by the search engine spiders that come a-crawling. (This is especially true of graphics that look like text -- these are often used when a particular font is desired.)

Be sure to use natural, easy-to-understand language that conveys the message of your website and includes keyword phrases you'd like your site to rank highly for.

BE sure your Title tags and link anchor text all jibe with the visible content on the page.
Be patient! You knew I'd end with that one, but with Google's aging delay in place for new sites, patience is more important than ever.
It's most likely going to be a good 9 months before you start seeing much (if any) traffic from Google's natural results. Don't be discouraged, but instead use that time to constantly make your site better than the other guy's.

Remember, you are working toward the future. Good placement achieved by doing things the right way will have staying power over time with very little additional effort. Like everything in life, if you spend the time and money to do it right to begin with, the long-term results will always be impressive.
(courtesy highrankings dot com)

Google Search Engine tips "unavailable_after" meta-tag

Google is soon going to introduce new kind of meta tags which will enable webmasters and bloggers to block the webpage from spidering after a certain date, which means if the website owner or the blogger does not want spider to spider the page then they will be able to do it. This is one of kind meta tag which will introduced by Google. I think its a awesome move to enhance the command of the webmasters with the Search engine.
The meta tag is 'unavailable_after'. This enables the webmaster to have an expiry date for crawlers and stop them to spider the website after certain period.
This would be beneficial if the website owner is having a contest till a particular date and after the date has passed they can now stop the crawlers from indexing. A move from google which should be welcomed and appreciated. Although they haven't introduced it till now but Google has plans to implement it in the near future.

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Google content duplication penalty

Google's content duplication is applied by google when there there is duplication of content present on the website. It is applied when the same content is found on many different different website, this is done by google to prevent the websites from spamming google with the same content to attain high search engine rankings for any keyword.

Google does this to stop webmasters and bloggers to copy paste the same content from websites which have got original content website. Google might even delist the website from there index when there is lot of copied content from other websites. Spamming is one thing which Google does not like and they have got different techniques to prevent spamming.

Instead of copying content from website, webmasters and bloggers should create quality and unique content for their website which search engines love. Google loves quality and they will rank the content higher if its unique and useful. Google decreases the rank of the website when they find same content on different websites. People should be aware of this and this may result in loss of many quality visitors for their website.

Google relies on websites and bloggers which create content which are original. Many people in the past believed this was one way of getting high search engine rankings this worked for some time but as people got smarter so did Google so google started removing the website from their index. So now spamming Google with duplicate with useless and crappy copied content from other website would result in no traffic, so create genuine and useful timeless content and get high search engines rankings.

Monday, August 6, 2007

How To Get Listed On Google In 24 Hours?

How To Get Listed On Google In 24 Hours?
One of the top problems webmasters face is getting into the search engines quick and ranking well.
The reason is that they over complicate things and thus even risked being delisted from the search engines because of these complicated, blackhat methods. The main component of good Search Engine Optimization is to gain quality backlinks.
Here is a quick and easy way, which you can accomplish in one hour, to allow you to appear in Google's search engine quickly:
Step One Create a blog at all these places - Blogger.com, Wordpress.com, MySpace.com, Spaces.msn.com, Tripod.com, Pages.google.com
Step Two Post some useful content on all these pages, then post one link back to your site.
Step Three Ping all these blogs at these places - Pingomatic.com, Pingoat.com, Pingtheempire.com.
Step Four Watch your site appear in Google's rankings in as little as 24 hours!
Step Five Post to your blogs once every two or three weeks to give it fresh content that the search engines will love.
(courtesy seo4traffic .com)

Sunday, August 5, 2007

Making money online through blogging ...Adsense or Affliate marketing

Many bloggers have made blogging a habit. They write what they like or know on their blog.
I been using Internet for the for the last four years, but I was into Adsense a year ago, which helped me take my first step towards making money online. I considered making money online was only a dream which was not going to come true but when I came to know about Google Adsense and how much people have gained through it without even working much with it, then it made me dive into the sea of online advertising by blogging and using blogs to promote affiliate products.
Although PPC like (adsense, bidvertiser,clicksor and many other companies) require page views and clicks to allow you make money, affiliate programs allow to share the revenue of the product or services offered.
Since both are based on completely different grounds I think PPC are more suitable for bloggers at an early stage till when the blogs gets hundreds or thousands visitors a day. Although both can be used simultaneously the latter require more time to succed than PPC which most of the bloggers consider at an early stage.
Google Adsense has been the undisputed champion of pay-per-click advertising by allowing blogger and webmasters to earn even thousands of dollars in a day. I consider Affliate marketing as a more professional advertising which depends lot on the product which you are trying to promote. The promotion needs much trusted website as people try ro avoid from links on blogs and they consider searching on Google,Yahoo or other trusted places which provide much more confidance into the buyer because of theor credibility.Clickbank and commision junction have been a great directories of digital products for affiliate marketers due to their vast variety of digital products and services.
So what do consider is a better option for making money online PPC or affiliate marketing?

Parts of Search Engines

Parts Of A Search Engine
A search engine consists of three major components.
These are:
The Crawler or SpiderFrequently called a spider, the crawler is a piece of software that analyzes the contents of web page and compares it to the keywords or search term used by the searcher. It follows any links provided on the page and assesses the relevance of these links to the content of the page. You can enter html text to ensure that spiders do not follow any link that you do not want them to do. To do this enter the following after the URL statement in the HTML: rel=nofollow. If you add this inside the HTML tag – just before the last chevron ‘>’ is a good place, the spider will ignore the link.

The crawler will visit your site on a regular basis and it is wise to keep your content fresh and updated. You will be listed higher if your content is regularly refreshed or added to so that the spider can see that it is not stagnant between visits.

The Index:The results of the spiders search are put into the index. It is simply an index of the web pages found relating to the search term used. It is possible for your web page to have been visited by the spider, but is not yet included in the index. It will not be included if the spider software doe not consider your site sufficiently relevant to the search term, or keyword, used and is unlikely to be included if you site is a copy of one already indexed, or its content is similar.
The best chance your page has of being included, especially in a high position, is if you have unique content to offer anyone any searching for information on a specific keyword.Your content should also be up to date and regularly refreshed. If you have few pages indexed in a search engine such as Google, you will be unlikely to be included in free directories such as Dmoz since your site will not be different enough from all the other sites on the same subject to warrant inclusion.

The Search Engine Software:This is the coding that searches all the pages in the index and list them in order of decreasing relevance to the search term being used by the user. Google, like most other search engines, wants to satisfy its customers, and not present them with a gaggle of web pages irrelevant to or all with the same information on what they are seeking.

The more specific a searcher is with the keywords used, the more relevant will be the information provided by the search engines.
So, the more specific you make a search, the more specific will be the information, and if you have a website, specific pages on your site giving good information on certain aspects of the subject are liable to be listed higher than your home page.

Saturday, August 4, 2007

Get traffic from mybloglog | Importance of comments on blogs

The thing to worry about when you are a new blogger. Where to get traffic for blogs or websites?
The easiest way to find people who are webmaster or bloggers is mybloglog which provides a platform for bloggers and webmasters of different nations and different cultures to show off their blogs to different blogger and look for links from similar blogs which results in increase of traffic.
Getting links from related websites helps in increase the ranks in search engines and also increase the authority of blogs.
Another factor which shows the popularity of blogs or websites is the comments which the websites or blogs gets from the readers.
This is important factor which shows the website visitors get involved with the post and write their views either positive or negative with about the topic.

Friday, August 3, 2007

Google Yahoo Search Engine Optimization for newbies

Why SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is important for newbie Bloggers and webmasters?

The term SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. If you a blogger or a webmaster then you must surely have come across this term which many people talk about. At first it seems, why people care about SEO? When it came across it I felt it , was one theory made by scientists which would take years of hard work to understand forget the implementation .

Okie lets start from the basic need for SEO ( Search Engine Optimization) .

Assume you have made a website which is very beautiful or you are selling some digital product and trying to promote it online. How do you tell about it to people. You can not go door to door telling about it to people and ask them to visit your website which surely would not be a good idea if you are looking to get hundreds or even thousands people to visit your blog.

Lets take your example, you must have done it on the internet if you Search for things online. Imagine you are looking for information on the internet about “painting on hills”. If you do not where to go on the internet then you go to Search Engines like Google, Yahoo or any other search engine for that matter and type the keyword you are looking and you get a list of website according to the term you have searched. You would not care about the sequence of website for the search term if you are not into SEO. You will get some information about the paintings not surely the first website on the list it might be down below on the list or few pages ahead. Imagine I have made a website on “paintings” which contains the information about the term you are looking for. How Do I make it to get that website in front of visitors like you who are looking for information on paintings. I optimize it for the Search Engines. So you get my website for the Search term you have typed in.

There are various ways which all account for your ranking on the Search Engines:

1 On page factors
2 Off page factors

On Page factors

Keyword Density and Optimization.
Arrangement of Elements.
Meta tags.
Alt Tags for Images.
Page Elements ( like Pictures, Text, Links and few elements also language with which website is made of like CSS, HTML, DHTML, Javascript )

Off Page factors

Numbers of Back links.
Quality of Back links.
Authority of Website.
Anchor Text of Website.
No of Outgoing and Incoming from back linking website.
Content of website.
Placement of your link on the back linking website.
PR page rank of the website for rankings on Google.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Keyword optimization: precaution to be taken

When optimizing your blog or website for Google, you should also check for over optimization of your blog or website with the keyword for which you are targetting Google.

Google can ban you for over stuffing your website with keywords and which will result in your website being delisted from Google consequently leading to loss of valuable visitors for your website. When writing content for website you should make it for people and then go for Search Engine optimization by checking the keyword density of the content, which should be around 3-5 percent.

People sometimes try to fool spiders by stuffing website with keywords and assuming there website might result on top of the Google results, which would be day dreaming.

People should try to avoid using techniques in which keywords are hidden for ordinary users on the website and only visible to spiders by using same text and background colours which ultimately result in invisible text, visible only when that portion of the website is selected.

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Search Engine Optimization Overview -By Aman Kumar

Search engine optimization (SEO), is about creating a website in such a way that it will appear higher in the search rankings. SEO is aimed at achieving the highest position in the organic listings on the search engine results pages. SEO is very useful for driving visitors through targeting the high volume, low intent generic phrases. To do this you need to define a list of keyphrases to work with. A website that’s optimized for search engines can reap huge benefits for the website and ultimately the core business. A key benefit of SEO is that it is relatively cost
effective since there is no payment to the search engines for being placed there.

SEO is a long term strategy. To identify the correct investment requires a long term cost/benefit analysis.

The data below shows the importance of appearing in natural or organic listings—which receive between 60-80% of the clicks for a given search.

· 81.7% of users will start a new search if they can’t find what they’re looking for in the first 3 pages (typically 30 results).
· Over half of Internet users search at least once a day, while around half use search toolbars from one of the main providers, Google, Yahoo! or MSN.
· 42% to 86% of websites are found through search engines.
· There are 300 million searches carried out every day.

There are three main factors that determine the search engine ranking of a website:

· Site optimization
· Site popularity
· Link popularity

Site optimization is about placing the right keywords in the right places on a website and making the website accessible to search engines.

Site popularity can be achieved through online and offline marketing and through link popularity —the more websites that link to a website the more popular it will become.

The number of searches by people trying to find information is still growing dramatically. Nielsen//NetRatings reported that there were 5.7 billion searches in the US in January 2006, a 39% year-over-year increase from 4.1 billion in January 2005. Furthermore, the number of searches in the US is more than 183 million per day.

SEO Quick Strategy

The motive of search engine optimization and submission is to attract targeted traffic by attaining very high positions in the search results using the most appropriate keywords relevant to the content of a website.

The following six steps are guidelines for increasing search engine rankings:
· Search engine optimization strategy
· Identifying competition/related websites
· Determining target keywords
· Design for the search engines
· Optimizing page content
· Link popularity building

Step one: Planning/creating search engine optimization strategy

Strategies should be created for each market and each interactive property. Every property should be looked at differently; broken down by its core sections and core user audiences. The goal is understanding how users interpret and find content on an industry-specific website.

Step two: Identifying competition/related websites

Use the search engines to identify competitors. Search with the keywords that you expect users to use to locate your website. The websites that are ranked in the top positions are the competitors whom you have to beat to reach the top. This helps when trying to build links to your website.

Step three: Determining target keywords/key phrases

Effective keyword phrases are frequently searched for (high demand) but not being targeted by many other websites (low competition). There are three core tools out there that can help locate
good keywords/phrases.

WordTracker

WordTracker is one of the most essential SEO tool for keyword selection and research which will suggest hundreds of related phrases based on the number of users searching for it and the number of websites targeting it.

Overture

Overture’s search term suggestion tool is free and much quicker to use than WordTracker. It works in much the same way as WordTracker but doesn’t tell you how many websites are targeting each keyword phrase.

Google

Google AdWords Keyword Tool tells you which keyword phrases are being targeted by other websites.

Step four: Design for the search engines Search engines scour the Internet looking for web pages to index, following links from one web page to the next. To ensure a search engine ranking, all pages on a website must be accessible to search engines.

Some search engines have problems with:

· Links accessible solely through frames, image maps, or JavaScript
· Very long pages
· Very short pages
· Flash pages
· Long JavaScript (JavaScript should be placed in an external document)
· Dynamic URLs

Step five: Optimizing content

The foremost criterion for a website to be able to attain and retain top search engine ranks for a long period of time is to have a great content. In the world of search engine optimization, content is king! A real long term solution that adds significant value to a website is to create firstrate content and give related websites a reason to link to a site directly.

Lack of content can be harmful Quite simply, search engines love content—the more content there is on a page, the easier it is for search engines to work out what the page is actually about. Search engines may struggle to work out the point of a web page with less than 250 words, ultimately penalizing that page in the search rankings.

Step six: Linkability/popularity

Inbound links to a website play a significant part in determining its position in search engines. It’s not just the quantity, but also the quality and click-through rate of links to a website which is important.

The objective here is to get descriptive links on as many relevant and highly trafficked sites as possible. This is first done by getting on the large web directories (Yahoo!) and then the local industry-specific directories. The next step is to identify and locate related websites (typically not direct competitors) to exchange links with.

Friday, July 27, 2007

Which is more important? Quality Content or SEO ?

Many people consider SEO for bringing high volumes amount of traffic from Google, Yahoo or other Search engines to the websites or blogs. But the important thing which we forget sometimes is that it is the content which makes the user come back again and again.

Let us take an example, Why do we Google many times a day, when there are hundreds of Search Engines present there. The reason is we consider them to bring to us best results for our Search Term, the Search Engine results are edited by humans also. Combination of man and machine brings to Us more desirable results which we might look for.

So to become a successful blog or website, one should keep in mind that he/she should always be original and try to have good quality content on our website and blogs. We should always try to present the visitor with some quality content or services for which he/she might look for and come back in future. Search Engine might force users to come to blog or websites once or twice but until the user decides that the website is worth it, not even Search Engines can force it.

Having a Good readership is very important for a successful blog without it, it might not be successful.

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Analyzing Website Traffic

Analyzing your web traffic statistics can be an invaluable tool for a number of different reasons. But before you can make full use of this tool, you need to understand how to interpret the data.

Most web hosting companies will provide you with basic web traffic information that you then have to interpret and make pertinent use of. However, the data you receive from your host company can be overwhelming if you don't understand how to apply it to your particular business and website. Let's start by examining the most basic data - the average visitors to your site on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.

These figures are the most accurate measure of your website's activity. It would appear on the surface that the more traffic you see recorded, the better you can assume your website is doing, but this is an inaccurate perception. You must also look at the behavior of your visitors once they come to your website to accurately gauge the effectiveness of your site.

There is often a great misconception about what is commonly known as "hits" and what is really effective, quality traffic to your site. Hits simply means the number of information requests received by the server. If you think about the fact that a hit can simply equate to the number of graphics per page, you will get an idea of how overblown the concept of hits can be. For example, if your homepage has 15 graphics on it, the server records this as 15 hits, when in reality we are talking about a single visitor checking out a single page on your site. As you can see, hits are not useful in analyzing your website traffic.

The more visitors that come to your website, the more accurate your interpretation will become. The greater the traffic is to your website, the more precise your analysis will be of overall trends in visitor behavior. The smaller the number of visitors, the more a few anomalous visitors can distort the analysis.

The aim is to use the web traffic statistics to figure out how well or how poorly your site is working for your visitors. One way to determine this is to find out how long on average your visitors spend on your site. If the time spent is relatively brief, it usually indicates an underlying problem. Then the challenge is to figure out what that problem is.

It could be that your keywords are directing the wrong type of visitors to your website, or that your graphics are confusing or intimidating, causing the visitor to exit rapidly. Use the knowledge of how much time visitors are spending on your site to pinpoint specific problems, and after you fix those problems, continue to use time spent as a gauge of how effective your fix has been.

Additionally, web traffic stats can help you determine effective and ineffective areas of your website. If you have a page that you believe is important, but visitors are exiting it rapidly, that page needs attention. You could, for example, consider improving the link to this page by making the link more noticeable and enticing, or you could improve the look of the page or the ease that your visitors can access the necessary information on that page.

If, on the other hand, you notice that visitors are spending a lot of time on pages that you think are less important, you might consider moving some of your sales copy and marketing focus to that particular page.

As you can see, these statistics will reveal vital information about the effectiveness of individual pages, and visitor habits and motivation. This is essential information to any successful Internet marketing campaign.

Your website undoubtedly has exit pages, such as a final order or contact form. This is a page you can expect your visitor to exit rapidly. However, not every visitor to your site is going to find exactly what he or she is looking for, so statistics may show you a number of different exit pages. This is normal unless you notice a exit trend on a particular page that is not intended as an exit page. In the case that a significant percentage of visitors are exiting your website on a page not designed for that purpose, you must closely examine that particular page to discern what the problem is. Once you pinpoint potential weaknesses on that page, minor modifications in content or graphic may have a significant impact on the keeping visitors moving through your site instead of exiting at the wrong page.

After you have analyzed your visitor statistics, it's time to turn to your keywords and phrases. Notice if particular keywords are directing a specific type of visitor to your site. The more targeted the visitor - meaning that they find what they are looking for on your site, and even
better, fill out your contact form or make a purchase - the more valuable that keyword is.

However, if you find a large number of visitors are being directed - or should I say misdirected - to your site by a particular keyword or phrase, that keyword demands adjustment. Keywords are vital to bringing quality visitors to your site who are ready to do business with you. Close
analysis of the keywords your visitors are using to find your site will give you a vital understanding of your visitor's needs and motivations.

Finally, if you notice that users are finding your website by typing in your company name, break open the champagne! It means you have achieved a significant level of brand recognition, and this is a sure sign of burgeoning success.

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

New Google Adsense referrals

Google Adsense referrals:

Google adsense have introduced new referral pricing so as to lure more people into it because this has not been such a lucrative with adsense.

The new terms laid down by Google are:

AdSense Referrals:
  • When a publisher who signed up for Google AdSense through your referral earns their first $5 within 180 days of sign-up, you will be credited with $5.
  • When that same publisher earns $100 within 180 days of sign-up and is eligible for payment, you will be credited with an additional $250.
  • If, in any 180-day period, you refer 25 publishers who each earn more than $100 within 180 days of their respective sign-ups and are all eligible for payout, you will be awarded a $2,000 bonus (bonus payouts are limited to 1 per year).
AdWords Referrals:
  • When an advertiser you refer spends $5 within 90 days of sign-up (in addition to the $5 sign-up fee) you will be credited with $5.
  • When that same advertiser spends $100 within 90 days of sign-up, you will be credited with an additional $40.
  • If, in any 180 day period, you refer 20 advertisers who each spend more than $100 within 90 days of their respective sign-ups, you will be awarded a $600 bonus (bonus payments are limited to 1 per year).

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Selecting a Niche for yourself

Ask Joel Comm - How Do I Select a Niche for My AdSense Site?

Spiders view of website

This is the spider's view of my website which I took through Spider View tool from mypagerank.net .Spiders 's view explains that only text and images with alt tags are viewed by them. So this gives a nice idea of things which are important like text and images should be used with Alt tags so spiders understand them easily.

How to go about with search engines.

Do the keyword analysis. To rank high in the search engines, you better first determine what you want to pop up as a high-ranking search result in a particular search engine. In other words, you have to decide for which keywords and keyword phrases you want to rank. You can take a wild guess. A keyword analysis is the best way to select keywords and decide which you should target.

Create readable pages. If you want your site to appear in the search engines, you have to create pages that the search engine spiders or bots can read.

Create pages consisting of keywords. Having readable pages is just a start. Next you have to put the keywords into the pages — in the right places and in the right format.

Register with the search systems. When your pages are ready to be indexed, you need to let the search systems know where those pages are and get the search systems to include the pages in their indexes and directories.

Get other sites to link to your site.You should asking people for link exchanges because submitting your website to search engines is not enough to rank higher. The more related websites link to you the better your ranking would be.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Getting your Website Indexed!

Once your website fully loaded and ready for visitors, you may now need to get your web pages get indexed on Google, Yahoo, Msn or any other search engine for that matter to bring you good flow of traffic to your site. Either you submit your website your site to the Search Engines or you can have the search engines through a link for another site is quicker and will usually result in better rankings so this is how we will go about getting indexed.

  • If you already own a website that is indexed in Search engines then you can place link pointing to your new site. This helps because spiders know your pages and crawl you faster, so the new website getting indexed by the Search Engine is comparatively high than through submission methods.

  • If you do not have a website that is indexed in the Search Engines then you can make use of directories. For faster indexing of your new websites. You should submit your website to the directories and when they place the backlink to your website then it will be very easy for spiders to crawl and index your websites.

Violation of Google Adsense TOS

I stumbled across this website which clearly was violating some of Google Adsense TOS. The screenshot of website is given. The address was removed. So before using Google Adsense you should do some reading of the terms of Service laid down by them for webmasters.

Screenshot:

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Few basic rules about Links.

All know that links are absolutely valuable for getting traffic and helps boost your ranking in the Search Engines.

    • Links from sites that are related are more valuable from the links that are a bit offbeat but that does mean they are worthless. They can bring steady flow of traffic.
    • Links from pages with high page ranks are much more valuable than pages with low page ranks.
    • Virtually all incoming links bring some value with them.
    • The more links on a page that point to your site, the lower the value of the link to your site because the page rank is being shared. Thus in some cases, the back link from a low page rank site can be more valuable than a back link from a high page rank website.
    • Links are more valuable when keywords are included in them because keywords tell the Search Engines what the website is all about.
    • A link strategy that positions your site as an authority or center point can be invaluable in catching the Search Engine's attention.

Checklist to consider before submitting sites to Google

Things worth considering before submitting websites to Google:

  • If you using Flash pages then you should have a text link from it before submitting because bots can not read flash pages.
  • The internal linking of the websites should work properly so that users and bots can easily spider your pages.
  • Make sure you get a good title tag for your websites. Having a good title tag is important because that will provide a good preview about the websites you have.
  • Make sure you have a Good meta-tag. Meta tags do not affect your rankings on Google but having a good meta tag would hurt either.
  • Check your alt tags. Google can not read images so providing a alt tag for your images can help.
  • Consider how often you update your content. Its believed that Google indexes popular pages with frequently updated content more often. How often do you update your content?
  • Make sure you have robots.txt file on your site if you do not want pages to be indexed by Google. People with similar content on web pages at different places on the website use this to avoid Google from thinking about spamming.

Webpage Optimization

Ok lets start from the basics.....

Looking to start a blog or website isn't that easy. You need to do all the home work to start off with it. The first step to making a website is to choose a domain name or blog name. Suppose you want to make a blog on "Search Engine Optimization". Lets start choosing a name you might have thought of a name like www."learningSE".com .

This would not be a good name if you are looking for getting better search engine rankings. It should "searchengineoptimization.com". Getting as many keywords in your domain name is important. Remove any necessary keywords in the domain name and should consist of keywords which you are targetting.

The title should consist a brief introduction about your website. Like "Search Engine Optimization Explained" or "Google SEO" or "Learn Search Engine Optimization. But the best of them all would be a good combination keywords together like "Learn Search Engine Optimization | Google | Yahoo". The should be separated by "|" to make it look more geniune.

I would be continuing in the coming posts.....

Hidden Google Traffic Technique

Learn an amazing unknown technique to generate traffic through Google.

Getting Top Google Ranking With YouTube Videos - Free videos are just a click away

Seo friendly Wordpress blogs & Webpage layout

A video dedicated to learning wordpress blog optimization and categorization of of websites to make indexing and ranking easier. A video explaining how Google bot works.

Learn Search Engine Optimization Video.

Search Engine Optimization explained through video.



Adsense formula for High Earnings!

The formula for AdSense is pretty simple:

the right page layout + high paying topics + great tracking = AdSense profits!

But there’s One piece missing from that formula. That piece is traffic. After all, if there’s nobody coming to your site then you won’t earn anything.

The best way to get traffic to your sites is to have your sites rank well in the search engines for the keywords that your pages are targeting. There are a number of techniques you can use to do this.

The steps which you can use to accomplish this are:

1. Research the Keywords

2. Analyze the Competition

3. On Page Optimization

4. Get Lots of Links to the Pages

Index yourself on Google within hours!

The techniques which I use to index my posts on Google within less than two hours of posting. I have been in great favour of Blog and ping but never got to see its results. I have been using that technique since the birth of ixplain.blogspot(Learning Thinking Earning adsense advertising seo blog). regular posting is a must for indexed your blog posts and getting search engine traffic from Google.

Making a post and pinging the blog directories using the websites which I mentioned few posts before this posts is important. Search Engine love content and that's why they exist but letting them know by pinging is the part that bloggers should focus upon. Searchbots spider those websites or blogs which on regular and daily basis and visit them frequently whereas for the blogs that update once a month. They take a longer time. They maintain a database of content and for websites that update with content faster get indexed faster.

Monday, July 16, 2007

Google Search Optimization in Arabic!!!

Although I have seen and read many SEO(Search Engine Optimization) ebooks out there and followed most of them. There was one SEO book which I recently stumbled across and could not understand. Although I would be difficult for most the SEO gurus out there also.

Why? See a screenshot below to understand.


Although, this is for the first time I have seen SEO book in Arabic. Its good to find out that there is lot of more competition than you actually think. With the advent of Seo books in many languages many of the webmasters could face a bit trouble in ranking high for the keywords they desire on Google and other Search Engines.

Paid URL Inclusion

There are many ways to promote your website and one of the most efficient ways is to use search engines. Search engines are the first stop for most people trying to find information, services, and products online. Because of this, it is essential that your website appears quickly in search results.

The Internet contains numerous search engines, some of which offer what is known as "paid inclusion." This means that you pay the specific search engine an annual fee for your web page to be included in their index.

Of course, every search engine already has an automated program commonly called a "spider" that indexes all the web pages it locates online, and it does this for free. So whether you pay or not, your web page will eventually be indexed by all Internet search engines, as long as the spider can follow a link to your page. The major issue is, then, how quickly your page is indexed.

A search engine that offers a paid URL inclusion uses an extra spider that is programmed to index the particular pages that have been paid for. The difference between the spider that indexes pages for free and the spider that indexes only pages for a fee is speed. If you have paid for inclusion, the additional search engine spider will index your page immediately.

The debate over paid URL inclusion centers around the annual fee. Since the regular spider of these search engines would eventually get around to indexing your web page anyway, why is a renewal fee necessary? The fee is necessary to keep your pages in the search engine's index. If you go the route of paid inclusion, you should be aware that at the end of the pay period, on some search engines, your page will be removed from their index for a certain amount of time.

It's easy to get confused about whether you would benefit from paid inclusion since the spider of any search engine will eventually index your page without the additional cost. There are both advantages and disadvantages to paid URL inclusion, and it is only by weighing your pros and cons that you will be able to decide whether to spring for the extra cash or not.

The advantages are obvious: rapid inclusion and rapid re-indexing. Paid inclusion means that your pages will be indexed quickly and added to search results in a very short time after you have paid the fee. The time difference between when the regular spider will index your pages and when the paid spider will is a matter of months. The spider for paid inclusion usually indexes your pages in a day or two. Be aware that if you have no incoming links to your pages, the regular spider will never locate them at all.

Additionally, paid inclusion spiders will go back to your pages often, sometimes even daily. The advantage of this is that you can update your pages constantly to improve the ranking in which they appear in search engines, and the paid URL inclusion spider will show that result in a matter of days.

First and foremost, the disadvantage is the cost. For a ten page website, the costs of paid URL inclusion range from $170 for Fast/Lycos to $600 for Altavista, and you have to pay each engine their annual fee. How relevant the cost factor is will depend on your company.

Another, and perhaps more important, disadvantage is the limited reach of paid URL inclusions. The largest search engines, Google, Yahoo, and AOL, do not offer paid URL inclusion. That means that the search engines you choose to pay an inclusion fee will amount to a small fraction of the traffic to your site on a daily basis.

Google usually updates its index every month, and there is no way you can speed up this process. You will have to wait for the Google spider to index your new pages no matter how many other search engines you have paid to update their index daily. Be aware that it is only after Google updates their index that your pages will show up in Google, Yahoo, or AOL results.

One way to figure out whether paid URL inclusion is a good deal for your company is to consider some common factors. First, find out if search engines have already indexed your pages. To do this, you may have to enter a number of different keywords, but the quickest way to find out is to enter your URL address in quotes. If your pages appear when you enter the URL address but do not appear when you enter keywords, using paid inclusion will not be beneficial. This is because your pages have already been indexed and ranked by the regular spider. If this is the case, your money would be better spent by updating your pages to improve your ranking in search results. Once you accomplish this, you can then consider using paid inclusion if you want to speed up the time it will take for the regular spider to revisit your pages.

The most important factor in deciding whether to use paid URL inclusion is to decide if it's a good investment. To figure this out, you have to look at the overall picture: what kind of product or service are you selling and how much traffic are you dependent on to see a profit?

If your company sells an inexpensive product that requires a large volume of traffic to your site, paid inclusion may not be the best investment for you; the biggest search engines do not offer it, and they are the engines that will bring you the majority of hits. On the other hand, if you have a business that offers an expensive service or product and requires a certain quality of traffic to your site, a paid URL inclusion is most likely an excellent investment.

Another factor is whether or not your pages are updated frequently. If the content changes on a daily or weekly basis, paid inclusion will insure that your new pages are indexed often and quickly. The new content is indexed by the paid spider and then appears when new relevant keywords are entered in the search engines. Using paid inclusion in this case will guarantee that your pages are being indexed in a timely manner.

You should also base your decision on whether or not your pages are dynamically generated. These types of pages are often difficult for regular spiders to locate and index. Paying to include the most important pages of a dynamically generated website will insure that the paid spider will index them.

Sometimes a regular spider will drop pages from its search engine, although these pages usually reappear in a few months. There are a number of reasons why this can happen, but by using paid URL inclusion, you will avoid the possibility. Paid URL inclusion guarantees that your pages
are indexed, and if they are inadvertently dropped, the search engine will be on the lookout to locate them immediately.

As you can see, there are numerous factors to consider when it comes to paid URL inclusion. It can be a valuable investment depending on your situation. Evaluate your business needs and your website to determine if paid URL inclusion is a wise investment for your business goals.

Search Engine Keywords Selection

Search engines are the vehicles that drive potential customers to your websites. But in order for visitors to reach their destination - your website - you need to provide them with specific and effective signs that will direct them right to your site. You do this by creating carefully chosen keywords.

Think of the right keywords as the Open Sesame! of the Internet. Find the exactly right words or phrases, and presto! hoards of traffic will be pulling up to your front door. But if your keywords are too general or too over-used, the possibility of visitors actually making it all the way to your site - or of seeing any real profits from the visitors that do arrive - decreases dramatically.

Your keywords serve as the foundation of your marketing strategy.

If they are not chosen with great precision, no matter how aggressive your marketing campaign may be, the right people may never get the chance to find out about it. So your first step in plotting your strategy is to gather and evaluate keywords and phrases.

You probably think you already know EXACTLY the right words for your search phrases. Unfortunately, if you haven't followed certain specific steps, you are probably WRONG. It's hard to be objective when you are right in the center of your business network, which is the reason that you may not be able to choose the most efficient keywords from the inside. You need to be able to think like your customers. And since you are a business owner and not the consumer, your best bet is to go directly to the source.

Instead of plunging in and scribbling down a list of potential search words and phrases yourself, ask for words from as many potential customers as you can. You will most likely find out that your understanding of your business and your customers' understanding is significantly
different.

The consumer is an invaluable resource. You will find the words you accumulate from them are words and phrases you probably never would have considered from deep inside the trenches of your business.

Only after you have gathered as many words and phrases from outside resources should you add your own keyword to the list. Once you have this list in hand, you are ready for the next step: evaluation.

The aim of evaluation is to narrow down your list to a small number of words and phrases that will direct the highest number of quality visitors to your website. By "quality visitors" I mean those consumers who are most likely to make a purchase rather than just cruise around your site and take off for greener pastures.

In evaluating the effectiveness of keywords, bear in mind three elements:

popularity, specificity, and motivation.

Popularity is the easiest to evaluate because it is an objective quality. The more popular your keyword is, the more likely the chances are that it will be typed into a search engine which will then bring up your URL.

You can now purchase software that will rate the popularity of keywords and phrases by giving words a number rating based on real search engine activity. Software such as WordTracker will even suggest variations of your words and phrases. The higher the number this software assigns to a given keyword, the more traffic you can logically expect to be directed to your site. The only fallacy with this concept is the more popular the keyword is, the greater the search engine position you will need to obtain. If you are down at the bottom of the search results, the consumer will probably never scroll down to find you.

Popularity isn't enough to declare a keyword a good choice. You must move on to the next criteria, which is specificity. The more specific your keyword is, the greater the likelihood that the consumer who is ready to purchase your goods or services will find you.

Let's look at a hypothetical example. Imagine that you have obtained popularity rankings for the keyword "automobile companies." However, you company specializes in bodywork only. The keyword "automobile body shops" would rank lower on the popularity scale than "automobile companies," but it would nevertheless serve you much better. Instead of getting a slew of people interested in everything from buying a car to changing their oil filters, you will get only those consumers with trashed front ends or crumpled fenders being directed to your site. In other words, consumers ready to buy your services are the ones who will immediately find you. Not only that, but the greater the specificity of your keyword is, the less competition you will face.

The third factor is consumer motivation.

Once again, this requires putting yourself inside the mind of the customer rather than the seller to figure out what motivation prompts a person looking for a service or product to type in a particular word or phrase. Let's look at another example, such as a consumer who is searching for a job as an IT manager in a new city. If you have to choose between "Seattle job listings" and "Seattle IT recruiters" which do you think will benefit the consumer more? If you were looking for this type of specific job, which keyword would you type in? The second one, of course! Using the second keyword targets people who have decided on their career, have the necessary experience, and are ready to enlist you as their recruiter, rather than someone just out of school who is casually trying to figure out what to do with his or her life in between beer parties. You want to find people who are ready to act or make a purchase, and this requires subtle tinkering of your keywords until your find the most specific and directly targeted phrases to bring the most motivated traffic to you site.

Once you have chosen your keywords, your work is not done. You must continually evaluate performance across a variety of search engines, bearing in mind that times and trends change, as does popular lingo. You cannot rely on your log traffic analysis alone because it will not tell you how many of your visitors actually made a purchase.

Luckily, some new tools have been invented to help you judge the effectiveness of your keywords in individual search engines. There is now software available that analyzes consumer behavior in relation to consumer traffic. This allows you to discern which keywords are bringing you the most valuable customers.

This is an essential concept: numbers alone do not make a good keyword; profits per visitor do. You need to find keywords that direct consumers to your site who actually buy your product, fill out your forms, or download your product. This is the most important factor in evaluating the efficacy of a keyword or phrase, and should be the sword you wield when discarding and replacing ineffective or inefficient keywords with keywords that bring in better profits.

Ongoing analysis of tested keywords is the formula for search engine success. This may sound like a lot of work -and it is! But the amount of informed effort you put into your keyword campaign is what will ultimately generate your business' rewards.

Google Adsense Premium....Not for ordinary publishers!

If your site receives more than 20 million page views a month or 5 million searches, you may be eligible for premium service, which includes:

• Customized revenue terms

• Flexible ad formats

• More robust filtering

• Assistance with site optimization

• Technical support from a sales engineer

• Business support from a dedicated account manager

• French, German, Spanish, Italian language options

Here is screenshot of the Google Adsense Premium login page:


Google adsense premium publisher have much more liberty than an ordinary publishers.They can promote the ads on gambling or related to casino websites whereas for ordinary publishers that would be the end of the day with Google Adsense. They are even allowed to use Google Adsense on mature pages.

Premium Adsense publishers are can remove the "ads by google" line and modify it according their choice.

Premium clients can design their own Adsense Ad formats with custom font sizes, styles and color schemes. They can change format according to their own choice, so they stand a better chance to generate better revenues than US. It the feature that can be most effective for making a fortune.

Blog and Ping!

A forgotten SEO technique which once swept the Internet for getting a huge amount of traffic to blogs and websites. The aim behind is to notify all the blog directories about your blog being updated and asking them to crawl and index your website in their database. This once resulted in high volume to the blogs but now most of them prefer TAG-and-PING technique which is about getting traffic from social bookmarking sites.Though this brings a lot more traffic than blog and ping but the latter is also good for search engine rankings.



Here is list of websites that ping blog directories:


Notify all the major blog directories in one go so that everyone knows about your latest blogs. It saves you the time of having to do each one manually! This is a great way to improve the popularity of your blog and make sure the search engines crawl and index your site properly.

Sunday, July 15, 2007

Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising

Advertising your services or products on the Internet is both extremely effective and extremely competitive. There are several ways to go about attracting traffic to your website;

  • Pay-Per-Click is one of the options you can choose from, along with developing an SEO, or search engine optimization campaign. Both pay-per-click and SEO are targeted to get your website placed as close to the top of search engine results as possible. One of the differences is that it takes minutes to set up a pay-per-click campaign versus months for a good SEOcampaign.
  • Pay-Per-Click is a simple type of paid advertising that most search engines, including some of the largest ones, now offer. It requires a bid for a "per-click" basis, which translates to your company paying the bid amount every time the search engine directs a visitor to your site. There is the added bonus that when a per-click site sends your website traffic, your site often appears in the results of other prevalent search engines.

  • Another advantage is the simplicity of the pay-per-click process. You just bid and you're up and running. It doesn't demand any specific technical knowledge, though the more you know about search engines and keywords, the easier -and more effective - the process will be.

  • The downside is that pay-per-click is essentially a bidding war. A higher bid than yours will lower your position on search engine results. This means that you will have to raise your bid to regain your position - which can obviously become quite expensive, especially if you are bidding on a popular keyword.

Mega Google Adsense earners stratergy

Step 1: You need to target a very specific niche for a website. Something like “Online Advertising” is a perfect example.

Step 2: You need to set up a website just for this niche with a domain name that ideally has the niche phrase in the name. Example: www.online-advertising .com.

Step 3: You need to have a website that has content about your niche that humans,and search engine spiders, will want. Your website must also have AdSense ads strategically placed so that visitors will be likely to click on your ads. Scraping search engine results and creating thousands of useless spam pages is not likely to very well anymore. The days of easy money are over.

Step 4: You need to get organic traffic to you website. This means free traffic. This means people click on links to your site willfully and repeatedly because they find the information on your site useful.

Step 5: You need to get the search engines and other search directories to know your
site and your individual pages exist.

Once you do steps 1-5 above, you simply need to repeat these steps with different
niches to start building a network of money-making, passive income sites. The secret is quantity and quality. One without the other simply does not work when it comes to generating substantial AdSense income. The pros focus on both quality and quantity. You should too.

Rocketing to Google's top pages

Getting links serves many purposes. For many it would be like getting a share of other's people traffic by getting a link from them. But as you would many of the SEO experts over there, One of the main purpose of link exchange from the high traffic sites or any website for that matter is getting top search engine rankings.

For me the primary purpose of the link exchange would be looking at a long term Goal of better Search Engine Rankings on Google, Yahoo and msn that account for more than 80 percent of the search traffic. Although some would say that getting links back from other sites do bring traffic to website and increase promotion but if you were to rank high in Google that would amount to insane amount of web-traffic as compared to traffic from other websites.

Although both the same process of bringing traffic, the reasons for which websites do link-exchange from similar websites or high traffic websites are :


  • If it's a new site ,they will get your site crawled into the top search engines and put your site indexed in lot lesser time than it would actually take for search engines if you were to do it manually.
  • The back links help a site rank well for the specified term, So getting back links for the term which you are targeting is important for ranking well. The anchor text should always be kept in mind for doing SEO.

Google Adsense Terms and Conditions (TOS)

Review of few Google Adsense (TOS) :

  • Don't modify Google adsense Code: Google makes it absolutely clear that modification of the javascript provided by them might lead to serious consequences. You should accept the code as it and paste it on your pages. There are many options for the adsense publishers to change the colours and the formats which give them enough flexibility to find the right choice for their website. They have got one of the best collection of ads present in the PPC world today and with the advent of picture, video and text ads. There is enough for everyone.

  • Clicking on your own ads is PROHIBITED: Clicking on your ads for any reason is unaccepted by them.Google lays it out that the Publisher should click on their own ads. So, even if you find the ads on your worth looking at. You would have to constrain yourself from clicking it. They also layout that giving incentives to others for clicking or using Paid-to-Click promotions or generation of click by automated techniques counts against you and might lead to permanent termination of the Google Adsense account.

  • Before applying to Google Adsense, website should be complete in all respects: You should make sure your website provides some value to the visitors and should contain prohibited content such as profanity, gambling or any other topic classified as objectionable content by them. Your website should contain excessive ads. Although, in recent times google prohibits (MFA's) Made-For-Adsense websites.Make the website upto the scratch before applying for Google Adsense.