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Increase Your Adsense Revenue in Five Minutes or Less

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39 replies on “Increase Your Adsense Revenue in Five Minutes or Less”

Hi Chad,,

Great tips. Your videos have been awesome.

Question.

How do these settings impact all-in-one-seo-pack. I have your recommended settings on that.

Hi Guys
I would just like to thank you both for the informaiton you have been sending me. Any help is greatly appreciated I have a disabled wife that takes such a lot of my time I dont seem to get going. I have been online about a year. I have 9 or 10 sites up but every time I get going my mrs has to go to the hospital or doctors or some were its so fustrating you would not belive it. But hey thats my rant over great job on the videos keep up the good work.
Talk soon Paul Perry

Just when I was scratching my head, wondering why my page for baby gifts was loading ads for tomato products! …
Thanks for the html tips. These tips keep me listening….
Jay

Good tips Chad – I implemented this a few months ago on some of my blogs – then promptly forgot all about it. I just checked my adsense stats today after watching your video and the sites with the ad targeting are definitley pulling better CTR and much better ecpm – so it definitley works. Thanks for sharing (and reminding me)
Mike

Great video as always, Chad! Thanks!

How would I do that for WordPress blogs? Is the process the same?

Chad, in the 2 days since ive done this, my adsence income has gone up 30%!!! WOW thanks.

Where were you guys ten years ago? My head hurts from hitting it on the wall so much in frustration. But with this and the 10 box, you guys rock.
No nonsense with you guys…just good useful information that works.
Thank you!

Not sure about XSitePro, but for WordPress it’s a snap. There’s a couple plugins that will automatically do it for you, or if you like editing themes, you can just put the section targeting tags about any place where you see “the_content()” or “the_excerpt()”. Usually you’ll find it in index.php, archive.php, and search.php, but that all depends on how your theme was designed.

One thing that was not mentioned in the video – there are other section targeting tags that tell the robot to “ignore” this section. Some folks use those tags in areas with a lot of javascript or flash codes. The Adsense support site has more information about how to use the tags.

Thank you Chad for this great video and also for all you helpful videos! I enjoy learning from them very much!! Please keep making these very helpful videos so full of tips!

Seth this is awesome information, you and Chad are quite a team and I appreciate any nuggets that you throw my way – I will gladly implement them. I have purchased a handful of your guys stuff and you are always on target! I am always on the lookout for Chad’s emails because they always contain “gold”. Again THANKS!!!!

Lori~

I’m always on the lookout for any ways to optimise my wordpress blogs. Finding your video has come as a great help. The information you gave and the way that you presented it has been very much appreciated. I will be looking out for the next one. Thank You!

Hey Seth,

Awesome tutorial video. I was just wondering the other day if it was possible to control what Adsense ads showed up on my pages. This is powerful information.

Thank you!

Shane

Great info. As always. LOL

Take care,
Donna :)

PS I had no problems seeing or hearing this video. Great presentation.

Guys,

these sort of tid bits are simply golden.
Frankly, they are worth more than some courses that often have just 5% useful content, and 95% fluff or filler.

Please don’t stop.

It is always amazing to read peoples comments because in some cases you learn as much from peoples comments as the original email sent intended.
This is an interesting video and while I was watching it I was thinking to myself how in the world did you come up with this information because I doubt seriously that even if I was more advanced than I am, I wouldn’t have found this out, so for
this I thank you. It does make me aware that it seems that no matter what problem you seem to run across you can find an answer on the Internet and that is a wonderful thing. Thank you, Paul

What a great article. I wondered why my adsense ads have been off sunject, however I run wp Blogs and have found a great plugin that will do this job hopefully without ant hassle. Thanks for the heads up. Thanks Dave

Hey Chad, thanks for the awesome tools and tips. You the man ! I checked out your video, about “Craigslist Gigs”. Secured a local-long term deal. Sweet, thanks again.

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