Google Adsense tau yog qhov tseem ceeb txhais tau tias kev tshaj tawm nyiaj ntawm kuv qhov blog txij li qhov pib. Kuv los kuj muaj Commission Junction tshaj tawm hauv kuv RSS pub, Kontera cov ntsiab lus teb tshaj tawm hauv kuv cov lus, thiab Ntawv Txuas Txuas Tshaj TawmCov. Kuv tseem ua Xyuas los ntawm Ntsuam Xyuas Kuv thiab tseem tau txais tus puav Starbucks pub dawb ntawm PayPal. Vauv!
Rau lub hli zoo, Kuv yuav rub tawm $ 300, deb ntawm qhov $ 10k + ntawd John Chow pulls down, but still respectable in my opinion. You'll notice that my home page is virtually clean of all advertising. I could put ads everywhere on it, but I don't want to push ads on the visitors that return to my site over and over. Rather, I utilize the ads for folks that happen to find me indirectly, through search and references.
Google Adsense tau dhau los, los ntawm kuv qhov chaw tau ntau tshaj plaws ntawm cov peev nyiaj… txog tam sim no. Ntawv Txuas Txuas Tshaj Tawm has officially demolished my Google Adsense income of late, though. In May, I made a couple dollars. In June, I matched the approximate revenue that Adsense was supplying – but I didn't have Google Adsense optimizedCov. Tab sis thaum Lub Xya Hli, Kuv sawv ntsug yuav coj li ob zaug nrog Ntau Tshaj Ntawv Txuas nrog dua li nrog Adsense. Wow.
Qhov tseem ceeb rau Ntawv Txuas Txuas Tshaj Tawm success is that it's built for a blog, not a web site. They even supply a plugin for WordPress users to make it even easier. Advertisers can purchase ‘posts' rather than words. That's an incredible convenience, for both blogger and advertiser. If you write a post on a given topic, isn't it awesome that you can buy a topic that you know supports your product? Pretty amazing opportunity.