November 15th, 2011

Are you using Google Search or are you leaving money on the table?

If you are not using Google Adsense Search, you are leaving money on the table.

Whether you monetize your site a little, a lot, or basically none at all, you should still take advantage of this google adsense tip.

Why should those who are not monetizing at all use Google Adsense Search?

Well, the folks on your blog are going to do a search at one time or another.

That is just pretty much a given.

And chances are that your theme came with a search box.

A search box that you cannot control.

The Google Search feature allows you to control whether your users just search your site, other websites that you wouldn’t mind feeding traffic, or the entire web.

Completely your choice.

Plus, the box is very unintrusive and your readers will barely notice that it is there at all until they need it.

Leery about doing too much monetizing on your blog?

Well, like I sad before, the box is very unobtrusive (did you even notice mine on the sidebar before reading this post?).

You can make money off any legitimate search.

I don’t get a lot of searches but once I almost jumped for joy when one search yielded me $.50. Lol.

Once you get it set up, you can set it and forget it.

So you’re money hungry and this is another way to feed the beast. Lol.

Yay, I feel you on that one.

If this one extra little box can make me a few extra dollars per month, who am I to turn it away another way to make money on the adsense network.

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Come back tomorrow as I walk you through the steps of installing the adsense for search only to your blog on my google adsense tutorial.

If I can figure out how to use the software, I may even put a google adsense video tutorial up.

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