How to Make Quick Money With AdSense Sites
AdSense is Google's' contextual advertising program, I am sure you have heard about it before? In this article I am going to give you a quick run down on how you can make some quick money using AdSense.
In my honest opinion the best way to make good money in the long term with AdSense is to research a niche, find good paying keywords that have a good amount of traffic and then optimize your site for those keywords. After you have your site set up, you need to build up anchored back links to your site. Maybe this does not make sense. But do not worry, I am not going to go into depth about this technique in this article as the title is How to Make Quick Money with AdSense. The method above takes time. And you are after quick money.
The Method: Quick Money with AdSense sites
To build up sufficient authority to rank well for high paying keywords can take time. But what about the terms have high traffic, but that not many people are trying to rank for because they are too new? Lets look at a recent example. As I am writing this article the Olympics are on. A few days back a Hungarian weight lifter, Janos Baranyai, dislocated his arm while attempting a lift. The video of this is very graphic, but instant hot news. Millions of people want to see this. Minutes, hours after this event, the net is awash with people searching for "Hungarian weight lifter", "Hungarian weight lifter arm" and "weight lifter arm". Now imagine how much traffic you could pull if you had a site with a YouTube video of this accident, and had the above terms in the heading? Plenty!
The only problem is that AdSense places ads that relate to your content, and if you content is about something current it's not likely to have an established market that pays well. However, I am sure a site that has information about exercise equipment such as weights and weight benches would be able to get targeted higher paying ads.
So there's the idea. To capitalize on traffic, you need to ensure that there is a chance of paying paying ad clicks … 1000 clicks that pay 2 cents each is not as cool as 1000 clicks that pay 80 cents each. To help find less obvious current trends check out Google Trends and Yahoo Buzz. Good luck.