In this Micro Niche Site Challenge, I’m creating an internet site with WordPress because it’s incredibly easy to use Google Adsense with WordPress.
Before you’ll add Adsense to your blog, you would like to be registered for Google Adsense. Please confirm, that you simply have a minimum of 5-7 pages or posts on your website when applying for Google Adsense! Otherwise, you’ll presumably be rejected.
Once you’re approved, I suggest that you simply head over to the Google Adsense Academy to find out the way to handle Google Adsense. If you’ve got an issue , please leave a comment or shoot me an email.
When you are successfully approved and have create your first Adsense block, you’ll start configuring the Ad Injection plugin.
Ad Injection Main ConfigurationAd Injection has four different ad places. Don’t worry, the configuration screens looks more complicated than it’s . If you go read through it slowly and follow along step-by-step, you won’t have any difficulties configuring it. If you’re experiencing problems, please leave a comment.
Top ads are displayed at the highest of the post, normally before the primary paragraph. you’ll configure the paragraph before the ads are displayed. Excluding single pages, the house page, or archives is additionally possible.
Random Ads are displayed within the post. you’ll specify what percentage ads to display in one single post. I’m displaying only random ads on my blog, because I don’t want to harass people with ads directly at the start of a post. within the section Other ad placement settings you ought to check every exclude random ads from … setting, since those settings would break your design and display ads within lists, tables, or forms. you’ll choose where to start out and stop displaying random ads (e.g. after the second paragraph) and the way many ads to display supported the text length (you don’t want to possess three ads during a 150 words post).
Bottom Ads are displayed at rock bottom of a post. you’ll configure the minimum length a post or page should need to display these ads and also at which paragraph to display the ads. I’m not using them, since I even have an opt-in form at the top of every post.
Footer Ads are hooked to the footer of the WordPress theme you’re using. I won’t recommend using them, since every theme handles the footer differently.
Ad Rotation gives you the good opportunity to check different ads on their click-through-rate.
Configuring Ad Rotation
Each placement for ads (top, random, bottom, footer) allows you to save lots of 10 different ad codes. meaning , each of the ad is showed 10% of your visitors. you’ll generate different ad blocks at different sizes then insert their codes into the boxes shown on the screenshot. Don’t use an equivalent code, it might display an equivalent ad
I’m normally using less than 3 different ad codes at a time.
The advantage of using ad rotation is, that you simply can see what ad size works best. I suggest that you simply save three different sizes of ads then monitor, which ad generates the foremost revenue. Ad Injection automatically displays them on an equal percentage, you don’t got to configure anything.
After you recognize which ad size works best, you’ll easily replace the opposite ad sizes with the code to maximise your revenue.
Action Steps For You
Especially when we’re creating an internet site with WordPress as a micro niche website, we’d like to stay track of the SEO optimization. I’m getting to share this within the next week, when we’re talking about content creation.
What i would like you to try to to know is:
Get a webhosting account if you don’t have one and buy a .com domain that exactly matches your keyword.
- Install WordPress.
- Install the Ad Injection plugin.
Since you presumably haven’t any content to use as a foundation for your Adsense application, don’t do that now. We’ll come thereto after we’ve created the primary content on the niche site.
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