Tips for using google ad sense on your website to earn money

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Brief tutorial on how to add Google AdSense to your existing website

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  • 1. Tips for Using Google AdSense on Your Website to Earn MoneyBloggers and network marketers alike are always looking for ways to create additionalincome. Google Adsense is great way to easily earn money by adding advertisementsto your existing web page. By using Google AdSense, you are allowing adds on yourwebsite and being paid by Google for doing so.The rst step is to have your own website. If you dont have a website already, youllneed to create one. If you dont have the ability to do this on your own, you canpurchase one through several different companies, including GoDaddy.com which onlycosts around $8/ month. Many internet service providers will provide a personalwebsite as part of your service. You need to be sure that you also have control over thecode because youll need to manipulate it slightly to include Google AdSense. Yourcontent will need to be ready and it needs to conform to the policies put in place byGoogle. No pornographic content.Next, youll want to set up an account with Google AdSense. All you need to do isprovide your personal information including your mailing address so that you canreceive your payments. Then you are ready to add the codes for the advertisements toyour site. If you have more than one site, you can add the codes to those as well. Youdont have to have separate accounts for each site. Google AdSense even allows youthe ability to customize the advertisements that you include on your website based onthe content you want.To learn more tips and tricks on how to excel in Network Marketing, take part in theindustry revolution. The Empower Network lets normal people like you and me earn100% commissions making it simple to gain nancial freedom. You can join for only $25 Check out my Blog to learn more and to sign up! http://www.empowernetwork.com/i_empower/