More than enough requests is all I’ve received about doing a post on Google Adsense and how to make money online blogging with Adsense.
No doubt, one of the cool ways to make money online blogging is through Adsense, and I’m saying this because I’m making reasonable income with it.
Although I had cold feet about displaying ads on this website at first (due to some reasons which are still reasonable), but alas, I gave it a try and wanna share all I know with you.
So, if you’re looking for the A-Z step-by-step Google Adsense Guide In Nigeria, you’re just in the right place.
If you’ve been following my tutorials series on how to make money online, you’ll agree with me that I do justice to every topic.
Here are things you’ll learn in this guide, which more explanation on each:
- What is Google AdSense?
- How AdSense works?
- Beginner’s Guide to AdSense
- Getting Started with AdSense
- Increasing AdSense Income
- Various AdSense Tutorials
- Adsense earnings
- Adsense payment
- AdSense Tools and Trackers
- and more…
So, Let’s Get Started…
What Is Google Adsense?
Google Adsense is simply an Advertisement induction service in which Google serves (shows) ads (text, videos, rich media, images, etc.) based on the narrative of the content a reader is reading.
Adsense was set up for publishers, content creators, and bloggers to make money from blogging. This started in 2003 in the month of March.
Google is not just a search engine, it is an ad company and focuses on giving advertisers and publishers value for their money.
How Google Adsense Works
Google Adsense is all about monetization for both the advertiser and Google.
Simply put, Advertisers (businesses, individuals, etc.) come to advertise on Google through what is called bidding, Google, in turn, display their ads on your website, and once site visitors click each advert, you earn as well.
Adsense works based on CPC Cost Per Click and revenue sharing basis, meaning if you own a blog and signup for Adsense, each time a site visitor loads any of your pages, Google will serve that user an ad that’s relevant to the content he/she is on.
IF that user clicks on the advert (text, image, video, etc.) then you’ll earn a certain fraction of what the advertiser has paid Google. So, if you have tons of traffic and many users click, you’ll earn a lot.
Just so you know:
- Publishers get 68% of the amount Google collects from advertisers for content.
- Publishers get 51% of the amount Google collects from ads for Search
- 28% of Googles Revenue for the first quarter of 2011 came from Adsense
- The advertisements are controlled and managed by Google
- Google pays over $1 billion every month to advertisers across the globe.
To be able to start earning with Adsense, you’ll need to apply for Adsense (more on that soon), add a few lines of code given to you and ads will start showing on your site.
Interestingly, Google doesn’t charge you any signup fee to join the AdSense program, you’re only required to fulfill some requirements (this will be discussed soon).
In some scenario, Google pays you when visitors even see the ads. Overall, it makes your life easier as now your focus is only on writing quality content and driving targeted traffic.
Adsense Tutorial – Beginners Guide
This is the real deal of this article, but before we go any further, I’d urge you to read Googles Adsense policies because Adsense is no joke, it’s strict.
In this part, you’ll find further resources on 10 different Adsense topics to help you grasp how to make money with Google Adsense.
A. Google Adsense Sign Up – How to Create An Account
Of course, the first thing to do if you’re going to make money with Google Adsense is to sign up for Adsense.
Here is How to create Google Adsense Account, with information on URL choice, location verification, Adsense Pin, Adsense code, and more resources:
- Important Things to do Before You Apply for AdSense
- AdSense Approval Processes Explained
- How to Create an AdSense Ad Unit
- What Is Google AdSense CTR?
- What Is Adsense CPC? 9 Ways to Increase Your CPC
B. Google Adsense Earnings
After registering to get Adsense approval, creating your ad units, and getting ads served on your blog/site, here are few tips for even more success.
- The Top 5 Performing Google Ad Sizes for Maximum Earnings.
- Don’t Do These If You Don’t Want Your Adsense Account Blocked
- What Is the Maximum Number of Ad Units to Serve on a Single Page?
C. Google Adsense Payment
Here’s how to receive your Adsense earnings in Nigeria, with information on options available for Nigerians, how to add a payment method, SWIFT BIC code, etc.
So, check back every day and you’ll find this post updated with 15 more topics.