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Weblogs Inc earns $600 a day from Adsense
11th of February 2005 Darren Rowse 10

Weblogs Inc earns $600 a day from Adsense

Weblogs Inc is said to earn $600 per day from Adsense. PaidContent writes: ‘Weblogs Inc., described as the largest publisher of professional blogs, was offered as an example of how AdSense benfits online publishers. According to the slide, Weblogs is averaging $600 a day in AdSense revenue and made $45,000 ...more
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When Money Motivates Blogging
10th of February 2005 Darren Rowse 5

When Money Motivates Blogging

Michael Buffington writes that he’s just started a new blog on the topic of Asbestos. He’s doing so not because he’s interested in it but largely because it pays good money. This type of blogging is becoming more and more popular as people realize the amount of money that Adsense ...more
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How To Make Money With Your Blog Site
8th of February 2005 Darren Rowse 3

How To Make Money With Your Blog Site

Robin Good has a good post on How To Make Money With Your Blog Site which outlines 13 or so ways that bloggers can make money from their blogging. His tips range from Google Adsense, to Amazon, to other advertising programs, to donations, through to premium content sponsorships and online ...more
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Should Google be the Blogosphere’s Ad Agency?
8th of February 2005 Darren Rowse 1

Should Google be the Blogosphere’s Ad Agency?

Jeff Jarvis has an interesting post titled Should Google be the citizens’ ad agency? where he questions whether Google is the best ‘ad agency’ for citizens media and writes: ‘But it makes me wonder whether we’re foolish letting Google be our ad sales agent. For Google undersells the value of ...more
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Are Google paying out less to Adsense Publishers?
7th of February 2005 Darren Rowse 1

Are Google paying out less to Adsense Publishers?

Om Malik has an interesting post looking at the record earnings that Google have been reporting (largely due to their earnings from Adwords) but the apparent decreases in payments that they are making to publishers. ‘Intrigued, I looked up some of the SEC filings and discovered that for past four ...more
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3% decrease in Keyword Cost in January
5th of February 2005 Darren Rowse

3% decrease in Keyword Cost in January

Those bloggers utilizing Adsense as an income stream who track their statistics usually notice that the price paid per click fluctuates from month to month. I track my cost per click earnings and it is not unusual to have a 20% drop or rise from one month to the next. ...more
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Could AdSense direct deposits be around the corner? – JenSense.com
4th of February 2005 Darren Rowse 3

Could AdSense direct deposits be around the corner? – JenSense.com

Jen at JenSense observes that the new referal program from Adsense seems to be set up to pay out using direct deposit. She hypothesizes that perhaps this is an indication that direct deposit payments might be coming. This would be a massive relief to many publishers using the system who ...more
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Google Referral Program
2nd of February 2005 Darren Rowse

Google Referral Program

It looks like Google Adsense are now using a referral affiliate type program whereby if you refer an advertiser that spends at least $20 to Adwords or a publisher that earns $75 with Adsense that you earn a commission ($20). They describe the program as follows: ‘The Google referral program ...more
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Google testing ‘new’ user activated ads on Adsense
26th of January 2005 Darren Rowse

Google testing ‘new’ user activated ads on Adsense

The Adsense community are in a bit of a tizz at the moment over testing of a ‘new’ ad feature whereby readers get to choose their own advertisements. In actual fact this is not a ‘new’ testing that Adsense are doing at all – I observed it back in October ...more
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