Complete AdSense guide

Posted on Mar 19, 2009 in AdsenseAdvertisingBloggingFeaturedVideo Channel
As you might know Google AdSense is one of the most successful online advertising programs of today. If you would ask any blogger on how they make money from the internet the answer will most likely be Google AdSense. We have been doing AdSense for years and completing reading this series you can be sure that your AdSense knowledge will be far above the average.

AdSense in General:

  1. AdSense in a Nutshell
  2. Signing up for AdSense
  3. The different ad formats reviewed
  4. The best AdSense colors
  5. The best AdSense placements
  6. The worst AdSense placements
  7. Increasing your AdSense CPC on the longterm
  8. AdSense Ad Planner Publisher Center
  9. Using AdSense Channels to increase CTR + CPC
  10. Integrating AdSense into Analytics

Optimizing AdSense Colors:

  1. AdSense Title Color
  2. AdSense Text Color
  3. AdSense URL Color
  4. AdSense Border Color
  5. AdSense Background Color

vBulletin AdSense Guides:

  1. AdSense inside post for vBulletin
  2. Section Targeting for vBulletin

Miscellaneous Posts:

  1. An interview with AdWords Expert: @Fuzzone
  2. Chitika vs AdSense relevancy
  3. Matt Smith: AdSense Millionaire
  4. Seeing the CPC of Placement targeted ads
  5. Are the default AdSense colors best?
If you have any questions/suggestions/tips regarding our posts then please ask them and we will later on include them in our FAQ. You will be properly credited of course.You can find all our video tutorials on our Vimeo Channel.

AdSense Website Reviews

You are stuck and need more help? Duoblogger offers AdSense consulting on your website(s) and we give tips on how to improve your AdSense earnings. Since there is always something to improve, do not hesitate to ask us. You can find more information about this on the AdSense Consulting page.

Some examples of our reviews

UPDATE: We opened up a general thread on our Duoblogger forum which includes all our reviews which we’ve done so far for clients.  You can find it in the AdSense Forum, and we would surely appreciate feedback.