Earning Adsense Revenue With Educational Articles

By admin1 • March 25th, 2011

Millions of people dream of earning money from home. Yet, due to all of the scams out there, the dream becomes more elusive every day. Fortunately, thanks to Google’s Adsense program, it is possible to earn a living without having to deal with the rat race. You just need to know how to work magic with Adsense-based websites and even more importantly, educational articles.

However, don’t get mislead with the term “educational articles.” You don’t need A+ essays to earn money with Google Adsense. In fact, if your content is too formal, it could be a turnoff to your visitors. Remember, even with educational articles, Internet users are looking for content that is informative yet easy to understand.

So, how do you use educational articles to earn money with Google Adsense? First, you must find or create them. To find them, you could buy pre-existing articles, (also known as plr content), or you could get free ones off of article directories. If you do the latter, you will have to credit the author by including their byline and their URL. This puts you at a disadvantage because there’s the possibility that visitors will browse away from your site. You want to keep them there in hopes that they view even more of your site’s educational articles.

This is why some Adsense gurus opt to create their own educational articles. They do this by researching existing articles. From this research they create a new article that now has their own unique spin.
But writing in and of itself isn’t where it’s at when it comes to Adsense and educational articles. In order to make money, you need to ensure your articles are optimized for search engines. To do this, you need to include the keywords that people are researching.

For example, within this content, the main keyword is “educational article.” And, since it is mentioned often, there is a high likelihood that the keyword will get noticed by Google. When it does, all of the content gets indexed accordingly.

What happens if you have variants of a keyword? They will get indexed as well, though it will be under different search results. The variants don’t even have to be major. Even making your keyword plural could be enough to have it indexed under another listing. And when it comes to Adsense earnings, the more your educational articles get indexed, the better!

Anyway, after your educational articles get indexed, the next step involves waiting for traffic. As the traffic comes in, people will begin clicking on your Adsense ads. This is where the revenue comes in, as you will get paid based on each click that is made. Revenue ranges from .01 to as much as $60 per click. That’s right… it’s possible that educational articles could earn you $60 per click. This means that 1,000 clicks, (which isn’t that hard to get), could net you $60,000!

Yet, what does a person do if they lack the knowledge for creating their own Adsense site? They will need to find a network that will ‘create’ one for them. A good example is Hub Pages, where members can create an unlimited amount of Adsense sites free-of-charge. All they have to do is enter in their educational articles and within just minutes, their site will be up and running!

Glen Peebles
http://www.articlesbase.com/writing-articles/earning-adsense-revenue-with-educational-articles-681953.html

 

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