Google AdSense PPC CPC Ads

how to make money online with google adsenseHow to make money online via Google Adsense PPC CPC ads program. Adsense is the most popular online money makers among bloggers and webmasters on the internet. You'll earn money whenever your website / blog visitor clicks on Adsense's ad. This is called a PPC or pay per click also known as CPC or cost per click ad program. Adsense is the middlemen between you as publisher and advertiser.

Google AdSense is a free program that enables website publishers of all sizes to display relevant Google ads and earn. It is the program that can give you advertising revenue from each page on your website


How to Join AdSense
AdSense for Content
AdSense for Feeds
AdSense for search
AdSense for mobile content
AdSense for video

AdSense is an ad serving application run by Google Inc. Website owners or bloggers can enroll in this program to enable text, image, and more recently, video advertisements on their websites. These advertisements are administered by Google and generate revenue on either a per-click or per-impression basis. Google beta tested a cost-per-action service, but discontinued it in October 2008

How to Register with AdSense Program

First you have to have a Website or Blog using one of languages supported by Adsense. If not, create one.
Now visit Google AdSense and fill in the form including submitting your website.
Complete the registration process and wait for a letter of approval (or rejection) from Adsense which should come within few days.

AdSense for Content

AdSense delivers relevant text and image ads that are precisely targeted to your site and your site content. It allows publishers to display maximum three Adsense for content on one page. Publishers earn a sum of money for any click to the ads link by visitors. The amount per-click varies depends on the different prices and bids to a particular products or keywords selected.

AdSense for Feeds

In May 2005, Google announced a limited-participation beta version of AdSense for Feeds, a version of AdSense that runs on RSS and Atom feeds. Now, Adsense for Feeds has been open for all publishers big and small.

AdSense for search

A companion to the regular AdSense for content program, AdSense for search, allows website owners to place Google search boxes on their websites. When a user searches the Internet or the website with the search box, Google shares any advertising revenue it makes from those searches with the website owner. However the publisher is paid only if the advertisements on the page are clicked: AdSense does not pay publishers for mere searches.

AdSense for mobile content

AdSense for mobile content allows publishers to generate earnings from their mobile websites using targeted Google advertisements. Just like AdSense for content, Google matches advertisements to the content of a website — in this case, a mobile website.

AdSense for video

AdSense for video allows publishers with video content to generate revenue using ad placements from Google's extensive Advertising network. AdSense for video display both InVideo overlay and text overlay ads.

Courtesy: various sources

How to Avoid AdSense Disabled Nightmare

How to Avoid AdSense Ban NightmareWell, with a lot of news we heard from many bloggers whose AdSense account has been disabled by Google, allegedly violating AdSense TOS--things that some of AdSense publishers denied, it's no wonder if many AdSense publishers express their concern over this matter.

Fortunately, AdSense team seems to be aware of this. In recent official announcement in its official blog, AdSense introduces a new way called the Allowed Sites list to avoid your AdSense account being misused by third malicious party which will lead to your account closure. Here's what the program all about:

The Allowed Sites list, which you'll find by clicking the Allowed Sites link under your AdSense Setup tab, is the place for you to list sites or URLs where you want to allow your ads to appear. Sites that aren't on your list can still display ads using your ad code; however, impressions and clicks for these sites won't appear in your reports, advertisers won't be charged, and you won't receive any earnings from them.

How to set it up:

...visit your AdSense Setup tab, click the Allowed Sites sub-tab, and choose the radio button for Only allow certain sites to show ads for my account. You'll then be able to enter allowed URLs for all your sites

Good news. That's said, it's still not a guarantee that your AdSense will not be banned. Even if you are an honest publisher who never think of self-clicking your own ads, there's still a possibility that someone or persons who just want to make a mess with you make a repeated and suspicious clicks to your Ads which will invite a suspicion that he or she does it on your behalf; or any other ways.

Isnaini whose AdSense account were disabled recently shows even a good publisher will not save from being banned. Lesson taken from Isnaini's case, I think, an AdSense publisher should avoid using a shared IP. The problem with him was that he used the same IP with over 30 other AdSense publishers. There's possibility that one of them violated the AdSense TOS and, in the end, all publishers with the same IP were banned.

RSS Feed for Wordpress Blogger Blogspot

RSS Feeds meaning, definition and format for Wordpress Blogger Blogspot RSS Feed Atom XML


Wordpress RSS Feed
Blogger Blogspot RSS Feed

feed wordpress blogger blogspotRSS stands for Really Simple Syndication (but also sometimes refers to Rich Site Summary or RDF Site Summary). It is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing web content.

An RSS reader (sometimes called a newsreader or news aggregator), allows you to receive and view data feeds from various sources in a single interface. Once you have copied the RSS feed URL from a web site into your reader, the reader checks the pages regularly and displays any updated content that it finds. There are many readers available for download, both free and for-fee. See the Google Directory list of newsreaders for further information.

II. Wordpress RSS Feed

Full site Feed
If you are using pretty permalink, instead of the default one, you may use one of these RSS Feeds.
If you are using the default permalink format ( the Feed will look like the followings:
Comment Feed
Pretty permalink format:
Default format:
Post-specific comment feed
Permalink format:
Default format:
Categories and Tags Feed
Authors feed:
Search feed:

III. Blogger Blogspot RSS Feed

Full site feed
Atom 1.0:
RSS 2.0:
Comments-only feed
Atom 1.0:
RSS 2.0:
Label-specific site feed
Atom 1.0:
RSS 2.0:
Individual post comment feed:
Atom 1.0:
RSS 2.0:


Of course, you have to change fatihsyuhud (in Wordpress feed) and farzanesfandiar (in Blogger blogspot example) into your own blogname.
To know a Blogger Blogspot post ID: from Posting | Edit Posts tab -> mouseover the 'Edit' link next to a particular post, and that postId will be displayed in your browser's status bar.

Further reading:

Blogger Help
Wordpress Codex

Indonesian According to Google

Indonesian According to Google Google sees Indonesians as primitive, barefooted and backward

If image speaks a thousand words, then Google makes it clear what Indonesia is all about. You'd understand what I am saying if you try to search for Indonesia through the most popular search engine. To make it brief, open, write key word "indonesia" in the search box and click search. What you'd see is top ten links heading towards ten most popular websites that discuss or write about Indonesia.

On top of them are three pictures; two are Indonesia maps and geographical position of the country. In the middle of them is a picture of three persons which Google thinks representing Indonesian people. Below is the Indonesian people according to Google:

What Indonesian people look like

So, if you are not looking like this picture, basically you are NOT a true Indonesian. At least, that's what Google would like to say. :)

A script on this page is causing IE to run slowly

From the time I used this wordpress theme, repeated complains came from visitors regarding the message from Internet Explorer which says:

A script on this page is causing IE to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer may be unresponsive. Stop running this script? (with Yes or No option)

I myself have been through the same bad experience whenever I open this blog with IE (any version). No problem with Firefox. I tried to find a solution by googling but to no avail. Only recently, about a couple of weeks ago I unintentionally opened the source (view -> source) of and was surprised to see an ads outthere. An advertisement which was not mine inserted by someone else whose plugins/themes I used (I am not sure if the plugins or themes creator who have embedded the ads).

After I removed the ads from inside the body of this blog, the "stop running script" no longer comes up from IE browser.

Lessons learnt: check any plugins and/or themes editor that you install or use in your blog. Some unsolicited ads that could harm your blog performance may be embedded inside them by the theme/plugins creator without your permission.

A discussion on this issue in general can be found here.

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