Checklist for AdSense Earning Optimization :
Getting approved as an AdSense Publisher in itself is not going to yield any earnings if your blog and website does not find favours with search engines leading to more and more visitors or page views which may or may not lead to ad clicks. All the technocrats on the web call it Search Engine Optimization but I have prepared a list of AdSense Earning Optimization which is clubbing of Search Engine Optimization and AdSense Earning Optimization without unfair practices like motivated ad clicks which may lead to disapproval by Google AdSense.
Google AdSense Optimization :
There is limitation to resources of an individual on a personal blog whereas an AdSense Publisher can add as much as 500 URL for displaying the AdSense ads. Just imagine if you associate your AdSense account with popular AdSense Revenue Sharing Sites like IndiaStudyChannel, Hubpages, IndiaReviewChannel, DotnetSpider, and Techulator or with other trusted bloggers who can write articles relating to technology, review, health and other content which find favours with search engines. While associating your AdSense account you have to keep in mind that Google AdSense Terms and Conditions are not violated in any way. While associating your AdSense with such sites or authorizing other individual blogs or sites to display ads keep it in mind that any violation of AdSense TOS by such sites is likely to result into disapproval of your AdSense account. Major reasons of disapproval are:
As per my experience the best option is to publish and write your content on AdSense revenue sharing sites and providing links thereof on:
If you follow the above tips you will see your web content finding favours with search engines resulting into more page views, more clicks and enhanced earnings. Over a period of time you will develop your own keywords and once you learn the Jugglery of Key Words then nobody can stop you building a spider's web.
Ashok Goyal joined ISC in 2012. He is retired Chief Manager of Punjab National Bank, Experienced Blogger and Adsense Publisher. He is founder-owner of "WebQuestionAnswers" and "SamadhanKender". He is also a premium consultant at "AdviceAdda". Know more about Ashok Goyal
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The above article discuss regarding for the Application of the Google Adsense and its optimization. One should know when the blog is considered to be spammer or disqualified. The blog is not approved due to following reasons :-
Check if many affiliated link on one page.
Check if one affiliated link on on page.
Check if someone comment of your post and adding the affiliate link in the post.
Check the post do not contain many affiliated site.
One should know how many affiliated link can be added in post or page section. Is Google checking all your pages and post for your affiliated link due to which your blog is deleted