The owners of a blog are not allowed to click on their own ads. Google can easily track such activities by sophisticated algorithms keeping a check over IP address of the machine which administrator used to make changes in his blog, and then the IP address of the machine from where the ads have been clicked on. But Google understands that human beings are prone to mistakes, and this is the reason it remains moderate for rare chances. But if the clicking gets more often, you can be punished severely. … [Read more...] about How to Protect Your Google Adsense Account against Ban?
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On Page SEO – This is the most important thing to consider. Always put your main title as the keyword you are targeting. Proper H1 tags, meta tags should be there. Download various SEO plugins like All in one Seo plugin, adsense plugins etc.. Create a sitemap and submit it to google webmaster tool for faster indexing. … [Read more...] about Dominate Google Adsense by Micro Niche Sites
The only pitfall of using 300×600 ad unit is that – they will kill the user experience on your site. You REALLY can’t create a great impression on your first time visitors if you plaster a large skyscraper like 300×600 ad unit in front of their eyes. … [Read more...] about Google AdSense Introduces 300×600 Ad Unit
Of course, this won’t make the advertisers happy, and while the users may not get together and march against it, no one’s going to be particularly thrilled to see an ad first thing when the page loads. But again, this is essentially a publisher-first move, and Google has advised caution while making the ad placements to make sure that the content area is clearly demarcated. … [Read more...] about Google AdSense Now Allows 300×250 Ads Above the Fold on Mobile Web