Let’s say you have a site about arthritis. What kind of visitor is
most likely to click an AdSense Ad? One who is there for
information or one who may be looking to buy a remedy? This has
been well tested; those who are perhaps ready and willing to buy
something are more likely to click an Adsense ad.
Therefore, your site about arthritis will get more clicks if you
can attract visitors who could be potential buyers. Many of the
AdSense ads could be about arthritis remedies.
But how can you attract more visitors who are in the buying mood?
There is a new term going around the AdSense world lately. It is
called "commercial intent". You want visitors with commercial
intent to visit your site as much as possible. The keywords you
optimize for are the deciding factors as to what intent your
What is it about Internet marketing that makes people think there
are quick bucks to be made here?
It amazes me how many beginners I see throwing up templates, or
otherwise worthless sites with duplicate content/code, no
optimization, poor copy, tons and tons of ads, AND trying to fit
that into a highly competitive niche.
Talk about a monumental waste of time!
I wish I could somehow harness all the wasted effort these
beginners spend trying to make those fast dollars. If only I could
direct all that energy toward action with a chance at least for a
Here's the truth. 99% (it's actually higher I think) of all the
people who try AdSense will only make pennies with it.
So how can you be in that 1%?
There are no secrets to it really. Just look at and learn from what
others in that 1% group are doing. Don't try to reinvent the wheel.
The vast majority of people in that 1% group are succeeding because
they KNOW how to pick niches and create those sites which get
ranked well in the search engines.
That is it in a nutshell.
If you can't pick the right niches and then build pages for those