(PRWEB) May 25, 2006
To help web site publishers increase the effectiveness of their Adsense ad placement and income, Liz Sherwood of Ad Gold Rush, a premium membership website that researches niche keywords and produces site content for building profitable niche websites, is offering two free special reports.
The first report, “The Anatomy of Adsense,” answers the top 12 questions about website design for maximizing earnings from Adsense.
“Site publishers ask over and over, ‘what makes a profitable AdSense site?’ and the answer they always get is ‘whatever produces clicks,’” says Liz Sherwood. “I got tired of hearing this and no one ever getting a straight answer, so I answered the most burning questions – straight up – in the special report “The Anatomy of Adsense.”
Armed with this guide most publishers can identify areas for improvement and implement recommendations that can increase revenues immediately.
“The Anatomy of Adsense” Report answers the following questions:
Why is Google AdSense so important?
- Does it Matter Where I Put the Ads?
- How Should My Ads Look?
- Which Ad Sizes are the Most Successful?
- How Many Ad Blocks Should I Have?
- How Can I Attract Higher-Paying Ads?
The second free report, “Don’t Get Kicked by Google AdSense” is a simple, easy-to-read report that cuts through the legalese in the Google Adsense Program Policies. The report provides clear answers to what one can and can’t do with Adsense.
Website publishers who don’t follow Google Polices can get banned from the Adsense program, essentially shutting down any business based on online advertising with Adsense.
“Don’t Get Kicked by Google AdSense” highlights the Policies most likely to get a business owner in trouble with Google and discusses how to avoid them in simple and easy-to-understand words.
“After reading the report, I asked Google Adsense Support to review my websites,” says Rudy Dhondt, an internet entrepreneur. “Not all of my websites are ok but 90% of them are. That’s a great relief. Thanks to the Report I know what I have to do not to get banned by Google Adsense.”
To get both free reports, visit http://adsense.myamazinginfo.com.
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