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Why use Google AdSense on your website?
Wouldn't it be great if you could make easy money on the internet – we'd all be rich! While rumors of riches on the web are largely empty promises, you really can make money on the internet.
Nearly all websites get income from advertising; some online advertising methods are expensive, others are hard to install and time consuming to maintain. Some just annoy visitors, like those endless pop-up ads hawking things that have nothing to do with the site you're viewing. Happily, there is another option; Google provides a free advertising tool called AdSense that is easy to use, customizable, adds value, and delivers content-related advertising to your site.
Relevant advertising keeps your message focused
Another worry you won't have is getting left high and dry with outdated content. Every day new campaigns are added to a pool containing hundreds of thousands of available items. This guarantees you a fresh stream of relevant ads on your website, which is a great way to serve the needs of your users and improve your income stream at the same time.
Easy to use software saves time and money
1. Sign up.
It really is that easy. Predetermined ad sizes mean no more hours spent fussing with confusing settings. AdSense generates code that can be easily installed in your website template. No programming skills required.
Customizable features improve appearance
Not only can you set the advertising color scheme to compliment your website's palette, but you can also choose between text ads and images. With filters you can screen out competitors or inappropriate content. And if you do have web skills, you can tweak height and width settings so the ads really blend with the look and feel of your website.
Indirect benefits add value
Users love new content. AdSense delivers the ads your customers want to see, in a framework that looks right on your website. It's not as easy as picking dollars off the money tree, but since those don't really exist it's probably the next best thing.