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Essential to have Adsense for Search




So you have various Adsense or other advertisements on your site, and you are starting to make some money. Now, in order to provide an additional level of convenience to your users, you have also provided a search feature on your blog. Why not make a bit of money from that search facility as well ?
What you can do as part of this is to provide them a Google linked search on your site. Offer your users site search or web search while earning revenue from ads relevant to their search terms.
What does this mean ? When you want to provide a search box on your site, you can actually go inside your Adsense login, and select ‘Adsense for Search’ and after many options, generate code that you can put on your site. Once you put this code, you get a search engine on your site, with a difference. If people come to your site and search for something, the search result could have advertisement along with the results, and if they click on the ads, you get revenue from that as well. Cool, isn’t it ? You give your users a great search facility and make money at the same time.
Link for the Adsense Search Question and Answer site (link).

Some samples from this site:
AdSense for search offers you the following:
* choosing the content your users search: your site, a collection of sites you choose, or the entire web. You can also prioritize and restrict search to specific sections of sites.
* customization of look and feel – you choose the colors, location of the ads, and the option to host the results on your site or have Google host them for you.
* monetization of search results pages with targeted ads.

How do I earn with AdSense for search?
AdSense for search lets you offer your users Google web search directly from your pages. By placing an AdSense for search box on your site, you’ll generate earnings from ad clicks made by users on the search results pages.
You won’t, however, receive revenue from user searches through your AdSense for search box. When users perform searches on your site, but choose not to click on the ads on the search results pages, you will not receive any earnings.

Not having Adsense for Search means that you could be losing out on a great deal of ad revenue.




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