4 reasons why I want to monetize my blog with Google AdSense

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If you are a blogger, newbie or professional then you will know and understand that Google AdSense is worth using for blog monetization. Different AdSense publishers have different views about monetizing a blog or website with AdSense base on their earning or experience which I don’t have.

Although I don’t have Google AdSense running on my blog as at the time of writing this article and that was why I chose the title 4 reasons why I want to monetize my blog with Google AdSense.

And below are the four reasons why I think I should monetize my blog with Google AdSense.

 

1. Different types of Advertisers: No matter your blog niche, there is always an Ads for your blog or website as a publishers as far as your blog or website doesn’t violate terms and condition of AdSense. Since there are many advertisers that advertise their product on Google, Google AdSense will definitely display related Ads on your blog/website. For instance, if your blog niche is technology, Google will automatically show related ads on your website/blog base on blog visitor’s country.

2. AdSense Targeted Ads: I keep wondering whenever I visited any blog or website how Google AdSense is/was able to display best and quality related ads based on the publishers blog content and the current location where one visitor is accessing the blog or website as have mentioned on the previous point.

What am saying in essence is that, if someone visit any blog from Nigeria and the blog or website is an Indian blog or website, Google AdSense will display Nigeria related  Ads advert on the blog as at the time of  visiting the blog.

3. Payment method: I always heard and read about people receiving their AdSense earning pay-out of their previous month around 15th of every month upward and it may not be up to that date depending on the publishers geographical location and as long as the publisher reaches Google AdSense minimum pay-out or threshold of $100, his or her payment check will be send down to his country via a desirable deliverable method while some prefer receiving their payment via PayPal and this made me to conclude that AdSense payment method can be tag a fair payment method.

4. Easy to set-up: The best description to this headline is best known to existing publishers since I don’t have AdSense account so I can’t really say much about and  I think the existing AdSense publishers  have cheeped-in a lot here but from what I read about AdSense before I finally compiled this post, Once you apply for AdSense account and you are fortunate to get the approval of AdSense team, you can easily login to your account and select the desire ads type; generate the Ad code to be added to your blog and the generated code can now be pasted in a desire place on your blog page via the blog layout or dashboard.

Conclusion: I know many blogger knows much about AdSense more than I do base on their experience either negative or positive experience. I have intentionally published this post for the fact that I will like to monetize my blog with Google AdSense.

About Adesanmi Adedotun

Adesanmi Adedotun is a part-time blogger who lives in Nigeria and Nigerian by birth, a chronic Mathematician as a profession. Am a typical fan of 9ice (Adigun Alapomeji) when it comes to Nigerian traditional singers. You can add me on Facebook . You can follow my UPDATE on Facebook | Twitter and on Google plus

Comments

  1. Adsense is a way for beginners. As one grows he needs to find other sources. They do really suck on the long run.

    Thanks for the post anyway
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  2. Angela McCall says:

    Another alternative to Adsense, I've heard is Media.net which pays pretty good, they are run by Yahoo! and Bing together. If you didn't qualify for Adsense you can look into that. Their ads resembles Adsense. Anyhoo, good luck on your endeavor of affiliate marketing.

    Angela

  3. I think you must read post which I have written in against of adsense.
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  4. adetechblog says:

    Hi Dan,

    You read my mind alot, AdSense may not really made for pro-blogger because they have what people are really looking for, unlike beginner who is one way forward but as s/he grows in the community s/he will gain trust and can then make use of his/her integrity to as an alternative source.
    My recent post What are the importance of organic traffic?

  5. adetechblog says:

    Yes, Media.net also suck but I think huge traffic is the major problem and I think I need to work on my blog traffic to meet up with media.net. Thank you Angela for this great AdSense alternative
    My recent post What are the importance of organic traffic?

  6. Very nice Article on Google Adsense .
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  7. Hi Adesanmi,
    I also love Adsense and i have a my mind that why are you still not using Adsense?
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