Adsense : FAQs for Beginner Bloggers


If you've ever wondered about making some extra cash from your website, then you're in the right place. Welcome to the world of AdSense! 

Now, I know the idea of ads might seem a bit daunting at first, but trust me, it's not as complicated as it seems.

In this beginner's guide, we're going to tackle all those burning questions you might have about AdSense.

1. What is AdSense?

AdSense is a free and easy way to make money by putting ads on your website. It's run by Google and connects advertisers who want to show their ads with website owners (like you) who want to make money from their site.

2. What do I need to sign up for AdSense?

You need a website with original and useful content that gives visitors a good experience. Before you apply, make sure your website meets AdSense's rules.

3. Am I eligible for AdSense?

Your website needs to be active for at least six months and follow AdSense's rules. If you use platforms like Blogger or YouTube, there are additional requirements.

4. How can AdSense help my business grow?

AdSense helps you make money from your website without spending too much time on selling ads. It's like driving an automatic car – it does a lot of the work for you, so you can focus on other parts of your business.

5. Can I use AdSense for multiple websites?

Yes, you can add multiple sites to one AdSense account. This makes it easier to manage all your ads in one place.

6. Does AdSense offer tips to improve performance?

Yes, you can opt to receive tips for improving your earnings when you set up your account or in your account settings later.

7. How do I control which ads appear on my site?

You can control the ads on your site by following instructions in the AdSense control video.

8. Why is my AdSense revenue going down?

If you're earning less, check these four things in your AdSense account: 
  • Clickthrough rate (CTR)
  • Cost per click (CPC)
  • Page revenue per thousand impressions (page RPM)
  • Page views.

Here’s how you can get started

Let's get you started on the road to earning with AdSense! But before you can start raking in the cash, you need to get your website approved. 
  • Make sure you include an ‘About’ page, ‘Contact’ page, and a ‘Privacy’ page on your site.
  • Include as much original content as possible; websites that post duplicate content will not be considered.
  • Make sure you have full ownership of the website you’re submitting, or permission from the owner.
  • Ensure that your site adheres to the AdSense program policies.

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  1. TQ Nurul infonya.Kak net suka ni baca bab bab adsense.. tapi pandainya tak juge.. hahaha


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