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Google just released a Newbie Central for their AdSense program, those ads webmasters can include on their site to earn money for every click on the ad from a visitor (if you’re using the program, part of the advertiser budget will go to you, and the other part to Google).
I wanted to add some tips from my own experience:
Google and Thailand haven’t always had the best relationship – a certain now-you’re-banned-and-now-you’re-not episode with YouTube was, at best, odd. But the search giant’s setting those problems aside in pursuit of growth, and is offering AdSense for search in Thai.
One of the nice things about not having much money is not having to worry about what might happen to it. Sliding stock markets, a poor exchange rate – who cares? Unless, of course, you have something tied up in investments, or are an AdSense publisher who doesn’t live in America.
Gokul Rajaram’s name may not among those most commonly associated with Google, but as a key figure in AdSense’s development, he was a pretty important person within the company. Emphasis on “was”; although Rajaram’s past accomplishments will continue to stand, he’s left Google.
While it is common, nowadays, to whine how Google shouldn’t tell people how to make money with their websites (like selling links), this time Microsoft has done the same.
Lately, it’s been noticed that Live.com spams the referrer logs of the websites, claiming that it is only about quality check.
Similar to what Google has been doing with ads in search results, they also now restricted the clickable area in AdSense (the kind of Google ads webmasters can include on their pages).
Instead of allowing a click to be triggered in a broad rectangle around the text – which used to include whitespace in that area – you must now click specifically on the underlined title or the colorized URL below the snippet.
First the good news. Pay per click, as it has been perfected by Google, is unarguably the Web’s highest business achievement to date. Google has become an international corporate icon worth more than some of the most famous name brands of our generation like Disney, McDonalds and Hertz.