Google AdSense

Google AdSense is a program that many people from bloggers to big YouTube stars like PewDiePie and JonTron use to make money by displaying Google ads on their blog or channel. Once you sign up for AdSense you get a code to use on your site. When you use AdSense you can decide how ads appear on your page and what kind of ads you accept. By letting Google advertise on your blog/website/YouTube channel etc. you will get a portion of the advertising revenue. The amount of money you make is based on impressions (the views of the page the ads are placed on) and clicks (how many clicks the ads get) and you should know that Google do not want you clicking on these ads yourself or encouraging friends and family to do so. Apparently Google can find out if you’ve done this and ban you from using AdSense. You should also know that if the average amount of clicks you get suddenly goes up by a large amount this can also get you banned. Continue reading “Google AdSense”

Search Engine Optimization


SEO, search engine optimization, is an essential thing to understand for anyone operating a website. To gain as much traffic as possible you will want to have your website appear on the first page of a search engine like Google (which most people use) and there are two steps to accomplishing this. The first step is to make your website appear to people looking for whatever it is that your site is about by having words related to that thing appear on your website frequently. To explain this let’s say that your website is about video games for example. You will want to use words related to video games repeatedly on your website without overdoing it and have the words video games or maybe just games in your URL. Continue reading “Search Engine Optimization”

Fun SEO facts:

Statistics are good to know as they enable to choose the better from the best.  It helps you to be more decisive than to get buried into thoughts of what happens next. Here are 5 of the most interesting facts compiled from around the web.

25% of SEO is done on the page, and the rest is done off the page (hubspot).

70-80% of users are ignorant of the  the paid ads. They focus on the organic results (imforza.com).

30% of the paid links are  clicked on by search users (searchenginejournal).

75% of user clicks on the top 5 search results (hubspot).

70% of the search engine market share is owned by Google (km3media).

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Features covered by the SEO

  1. Optimising the keyword : By using a keyword planner, list all the  relevant keywords that have low competition and high search volume. Build backlinks to your site, once you start to insert those keywords. To get ranked, insert the keywords into the website pages. Build backlinks from other sites to yours on these keywords. You may also try getting the infographics and submit it in various directories and blogs with your backlink.
  2. Increasing the popularity on trustworthy sites : Links helps search engines to analyse different weights like authority, trust and spam. It also helps the search engine to analyse the popularity. Through links, trustworthy sites tend to link to other trusted sites and hence it is automatically optimised by the search engine.
  3. User experience,Content enhancement and Usability : Ranking includes factors such as – relevance of the query and the information provided, ability to access to modern browsers, Providing high content delivery, Ease of access to a site and so on. The more the ease of usage, the higher the ranking.
  4. Metrics of Engagement :  Search engines measures the ranking success  on different factors. One of them being the offered product itself. Different products have different engagement metrics. The longer you spend your time, the better the ranking status.