Saturday, October 20, 2007

Use CPC to Fund Your Ad Campaign

Are you looking to run an ad campaign but don't have enough money to do so? Looking to squeeze a few dollars more out of your website so that you can pay hosting fees? There is a way to make some extra money from the website traffic you get: add a CPC element to your pages such as Google AdSense.

Placing a few CPC ad boxes is an easy way to generate a few dollars from your website traffic, which, when combined with reinvesting that money in online advertising campaigns, is a great way to generate extra traffic - and extra sales - for your website. Or you can use the extra money to offset your infrastructure costs such as web hosting or autoresponder fees.

It's easy to get started: just go to AdSense and sign up for a free account. Then, go through the code creation wizards to build the code you'll need to place in your web pages. Google's web interface is extremely clean and easy to use, so you should have no problem figuring it out.

If you own several websites, I recommend that you create a Google Adsense channel for each website so that you can better track which website your clicks are coming from. This will help you determine how much money each website is making you. The point at which you create and assign channel information will be clear to you as you're building your ad so I won't go into details here.

Using this simple technique will help you generate some extra cash. While you won't become rich from AdSense income, you'll at least generate enough money to help pay some bills or promote your site. And who couldn't use a few extra bucks?

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