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  • Simple Trick T0 Double The Adsense Earnings

    If you’re not already trying the Google’s Adsense program, why not take a look at it now at http://www.google.com/adsense and start to earn money. Adsense is the first step to learn and earn money from the internet. It makes many people earns lot of money and it’s easy to work with. Just some simple copy & paste into your website/blog and you’re done. Right?

    Wrong! You can do it that way if you want. Who knows? Maybe you’ll get lucky and get a lot of clicks. But if you’re really serious about making a lot of money with the program, you’re going to have to tweak it a little.

    I’ve invested quite a bit of time experimenting with the program. When I first signed up, I got some clicks and made a tiny bit of money. That wasn’t good enough. I knew there must be a way to get more of my visitors to click on the ads.


    Google has a strict policy about not pointing to the ads in any way or asking people to click on them, so there were two things I couldn’t do. What else was there?

    Then I remembered reading an article once that discussed the psychological impact of colors on the human mind. I started researching everything I could find on the subject.

    After a lot of reading, many tests and periods of watching my clicks go up and down, I found the one color combination that seemed to work the best.

    Testing previously done at supermarkets had revealed that the same product could pull more sales from just changing the colors of the label. What were these colors? Red and yellow! The combination of these two colors has an immediate impact on the person who sees them. They make your eyes stop and focus. They pull your eyes right to that part of the page. They grab your attention! I’m not sure exactly why the combination of red and yellow does this, but it does. On one of my sites, I changed my Adsense ads to  the  eye catching colors of text and URL.

    If you ever found another suggest to camoflague your adsense ads to become as same as your web content, so the visitors would think if thus ads might be your another content. Do you think it’s quiet sense?

    Yes, in some case. the camoflague strategy is a good idea – if your content are having (almost) the same description and persuasion way to earn visitor’s clicks (the wandering clicks).

    But, if your content are story telling, reviews-previews, explanation, hot news and gossip. Do you think you can easily find any niche ads? (with their relevant description, or else).

    Back to the tips,

    Your site’s color scheme may work better with a slightly different color combination. Try lots of different color variations. Make a change in the morning and let it ride for the whole day. The next morning, try a different set of colors. Change the border, background, text. Change everything you can. Most importantly, keep detailed records of the color scheme you used, click ratio and revenue generated.

    After you’ve done all the experimenting you want to, go back to the most profitable one and let it run for a week or so and see how it does. I’m always trying different colors even after my run of good clicks with red and yellow. There are a lot of color combinations to choose from. You never know when you’ll find just the right one.

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