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Learn more about Adsense at newbie central




Okay, so you are able to copy code from Adsense, paste it into your blog, and voila, it works. But hang on, there is a lot more to learn. Obviously, if you are a power user (don’t let your ego get in the way if you need to learn something), then you can skip this article. However, if you have recently started using Adsense, then trust me, there is a lot you can learn. Unfortunately, a lot of this learning cannot happen in 1 day. You need to learn from basics, and then experiment with making changes and seeing the result. As you do this, you will learn more, and then move onto slightly more advanced techniques. Over a period of time, you could actually learn advanced Adsense techniques. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves, I am trying to show you a place where you can learn far more things. The Adsense Newbie Central (link) is a great initial resource for those seeking to learn more about Adsense.

Some of the things that you can learn from this page are:
# Get an AdSense account, if you don’t already have one.
# Sign in to your account.
# Get familiar with your account to take advantage of the many features we offer.
# Learn our program policies to keep your account in good standing.
# Put AdSense on your site so you can start generating earnings.
# Set up your account for payments so that we can send your payments in a timely manner.

In addition, the page tries to answer some questions such as:
How much can you expect to earn with AdSense?
Selecting between the different Adsense formats.
Using the Ad filters.
Using channels to track performance of webpages.
Using Adsense search.
Maximize your earnings by optimizing the performance of your Google ads.




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