Building an AdSense Business With Free Blogs

I feel like it’s about time I paid back to the community all the information and assistance I gained along the way. Hope this post can aid you in establishing the AdSense business even if you aren’t able to afford it. to spare but desperately want to try your hand at it.

The majority of the time Google will not accept AdSense applications for websites that are free however there’s an exception. So if you’re short on funds to host your site and determined to begin your journey perhaps give this an attempt.

Blogger.com Blogs

Shortly after Google purchased Blogger.com, they made AdSense accessible for Blogger blog owners. Blogger is great because it has an easy-to-use interface, Google and Yahoo search blogs swiftly and, best of all if you’re broke–they’re free, and Google loves to give out AdSense accounts to Blogger’s owners. 🙂

So if you’re looking to get started with AdSense and without spending much cash, Blogger is a great option to begin.

Before I go into how to set up a blogger blog for AdSense but I’ll first explain what is an RSS feed does and the way it operates. If you’re already complete seo tools aware of this, you’ll be able to skip. I make reference to this in the setup instructions It’s crucial to know.

It is a feed that (as it pertains to a blog) is essentially a list of the most recent blog posts that you’ve made. People can use “RSS Aggregators” (software that continuously checks your RSS feed to see whether there’s something new) to stay on top of the latest posts posted to your blog. Websites might also be interested in post the RSS feeds on their website if your content is good. This gives them fresh material for their readers. As we all know, content is the mainstay in the realm of website building.

Blogger blogs have an RSS feed built-in. you can use it to increase visitors to your blog. I’ll discuss more in the future, but first let’s get into creating the blog.

Sign Up for Your Blogger.com Account

Find Your Blog’s Blog Topic First

Before you start your blog, you need to identify the subject matter the blog will focus on. Take a look at your strengths or hobbies you’re good at. It’s possible that you’re not a mechanic, but if you’re really good at working on cars on the weekend, and you enjoy doing it, then that could be an ideal blog topic. You can brainstorm your skills and interests to identify what you’d like to write about. It is important to be interested in it and want to write about it, since you’ll be required to do it in order to grow your blog!

I’ll say this: If you’ve some knowledge on a industrial or commercial topic typically, you will get more lucrative AdSense advertisements. A hobby blog could do very well also (I know this from experience! ).

Create the Blog

After you’ve got a subject selected, it takes around 5 minutes to create the blog. On the Blogger homepage, click”Create Your Own Blog” or click the “Create Your Blog Now” link, and then follow the blog wizard instructions. I won’t be going into great detail on them since it’s fairly straightforward, but I do have certain points I’d like to highlight.

First of all, when you select your blog’s URL, make sure that the URL contains the keywords that are relevant to your subject. For example, if you’re creating a blog about health insurance, “healthinsurance.blogspot.com” is ideal, or “health-insurance” or even “health-insurance-blog” or “health-insurance-12345”. Just make sure that your keywords are contained in the URL. This will allow you get noticed when people seek your keywords using the search engines.

Also, be sure to pick one of the professionally and attractive templates. I recommend you choose the plain-white one that is the first of the templates you choose to use when creating your blog. Once the blog is created you can then go to the “Templates” tab and select one of the most attractive templates listed there. I’m not sure the reason Blogger does not show all the templates available in the wizard for setting up your blog, but they don’t.

This is called the Settings Tab.

A brief discussion of the key points of each settings tab can be found below.

Basic

Then, on the “Basic” settings tab, change your blog’s title to the keywords you would like to rank for on your search results. This will allow you to rank.

Write a clear, concise description of the advantages of reading your blog every day. You want to get people to include your RSS feed to their aggregaters or websites so you can get visitors, which will assist.

Respond “Yes” to the question “Add your Blog to our listings?”. This will have your blog appear on the main webpage of Blogger whenever you publish new blog posts (albeit for a brief period of time), and allow people to find and search for your blog using Blogger’s search feature.

Another less-known aspect of setting the issue in “Yes” is that if you have it set to “No” Blogger will shove “nofollow/noindex” meta-tags into your blog template header, which stops your blog from being crawled, or indexed. I think this was to combat what Blogger described as “spam blogs”.

Publishing

Set your “Notify Weblogs” setting to “Yes”. It will then send a notice to Weblogs each whenever you publish the post. Weblogs is a blog site that lets users (and crawlers on search engines) be aware of the moment new content is added to the blog. You want crawlers (and visitors) to visit your blog when you add new content, so make sure the setting is turned on to yes.

Formatting

You can do what you like on this tab. I personally set the amount of posts on the main page between Three and Five.

Comments

Allow comments unless your blog is very controversial and you’re likely many flaming comments (people lashing out at you for what you have said). Allowing comments is good because it feeds web crawlers and keeps your blog updated and fresh even when you’re not updating it.

 

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