Thursday, 18 August 2011

How To Easily Find the Best Adsense Format For Your WebSite

Which adsense format is the best for my website ? Which color scheme should i use to get maximum CTR for adsense ads? Does the 336×280 ad format or the 330×250 rectangle ad format works the best? What can i do to get maximum Click Thru Ratio for my adsense ads?
Google Adsense Simultaneously How To Easily Find the Best Adsense Format For Your WebSiteThese are the questions that runs through every webmasters mind when they are concerned about the money from adsense. Most of the new adsense publishers finds it difficult at the initial stage selecting the best adsense format that works for their website. Professional adsense publishers or webmasters advice to keep on experimenting with different adsense formats in your website. But, this takes a lot of time and effort. So, how about testing different adsense formats in your website at the same location simultaneously but randomly? Yes that’s what the professionals do. It seems quite logical too. If you didn’t get the point correctly, then take a look at this example.

How to Protect Your Google Adsense Ad Code From Unauthorised Usage

 How to Protect Your Google Adsense Ad Code From Unauthorised Usage
Genuine adsense publishers sometimes get banned from adsense due to the reason that they are using their adsense ads on websites that does’t comply to Google Adsense Terms and Conditions. But the publishers may not have actually done that. Their adsense code could have been used by somebody for testing purposes or so on some other websites. When google get a report that adsense is used in websites that doen’t comply to their terms and conditions they will ban them. This can be avoided by following a very simple step. Here is what you have to do.

Go to Adsense Website.
Login with your user name and Password.
Now go to the Adsense Setup Tab.
Under that go to Allowed Sites.
Type in the website you are using Adsense.
If you use blogspot blog and if you add the adsense widget from it you should also in the Allowed Sites List.
That’s it.I really appreciate your comments. Post a comment and share your opinions.

Monday, 8 August 2011

21 Facts About The Internet You Should Know

NOT REALLY! But if you have a few minutes to waste, you might find some of these Internet Facts mildly amusing.
21 Facts About The Internet You Should Know You probably use it every day but how well do you know your Internet? Ever wonder how all this foolishness got started in the first place and why? How big it really is? How many present users there are? The average time spent on a website? Here are 21 facts you might or might not want to know about the Internet. 1. Who coined the phrase 'World Wide Web'? Tim Berners-Lee in 1990. He's also considered by most people as the person who started the whole thing rolling. 2. How did the Internet Start and Why? It all started with the time-sharing of IBM computers in the early 1960s at universities such as Dartmouth and Berkeley in the States. People would share the same computer for their computing tasks. The Internet also received help from Sputnik! After this Russian Satellite was launched in 1957, President Eisenhower formed ARPA to advance computer networking and communication.