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Success on Adsense

When you use Google AdSense for more and more time, you start to learn from past mistakes and slowly start to realize which of your actions have prevented your site from reaching its full potential. But an important part of making a mistake is telling people and teaching them to avoid making the same mistake.

Here is a list of the top five errors made by AdSense users. You should read them carefully and see if any of them are applicable to your content. If this is the case, you should stop and try to correct these errors as soon as possible.

The first big no that everyone seems to hit at one time or another has to do with breaking the rules. Google AdSense is a great program, but it relies on following a few established rules. The most important thing is not to create "artificial clicks" by any means possible.

Never click on your own links, never ask your friends or relatives to click on the links and never, by any means, your content encourages visitors to click on the links. You run the risk of being banned permanently, and this will certainly hurt your income.

If you violate Google’s terms, your AdSense account may be suspended. And that’s why this rule is by all means the most important of all. It’s because it’s the difference between life and death.

The second thing that users often get wrong is having a bad color scheme for ads. This often happens because editors are not informed enough to change the default color palettes. Others seem unable to spend enough time changing these defaults.

Having bad ads that stand out is sure to push people away from clicking; while having something that is clearly visible but a distinctive will. Third, of course, the position of the ads is probably the key element you should do if you want to maximize your profits with AdSense.

This is noted in many places on the web and Google also talks about it. Google can provide you with statistics that illustrate the positions that work particularly well on your website. Fourth, banner ads are also a very bad idea if you use AdSense.

The 480x60 type ads are a safe way to drive out many people as most internet users have developed a natural resistance to these means of advertising. And last, but clearly not least, is not taking care of the site running the ads. Because ultimately it doesn't matter how cool the site is itself.

If it doesn't have updated contents and a lot of daily visitors it will probably never earn you any serious AdSense revenues. So these are the most important five things people get wrong while using the AdSense program.

But of course if you don't like this means of expressing the issues, here are the top five things you should do to ensure your AdSense ads are constantly bringing in that revenue. Never break Google's policy. Don't make visitors create "artificial clicks" on your website regardless of the person doing so or the reason.

Make sure your ads have the right colors that blend in with your site, and make sure they're positioned in the right places to attract as many customers as possible. Always try to avoid using banner-like (480x60) adds unless you really know what you're doing and constantly keep your site fresh and up to date. So with that in mind you should be raising your AdSense revenues in no time.