How to Begin with Google Adsense 2021

 How to Begin with Google Adsense  2021



It's arguably one of the most hotly debated issues out there, and for a good reason.
Where else can you be paid repeatedly for accomplishing something once?

Of course, I'm referring to Google's Adsense program, which is designed for website publishers who don't mind inserting a tiny piece of code into their sites to display advertisements in exchange for a cut of the revenues.

It's effortless to get started with Google Adsense since all you need is a website or blog to display Adsense advertisements on and a Google Adsense Publishers Account.
To get an Adsense account, go to and apply for one. If your website conforms with their rules, you will be approved and allowed to log in to generate Adsense advertisements.
If you don't already have a website, you may create one for free at
Create some stuff and submit it.
Google also owns blogger, and some say that this offers you a greater chance of acceptance; whether this is true or not is up to you to determine.

Once signed in, you must choose the kind of advertisements to show. Link units are one-line connections to sites relevant to your site's keywords, whereas ad units are the blocks of code you see everywhere, with a brief description, a link, and a URL for each site promoted.
After you've decided on the ad type to show, you can customize the size and format of the Adsense box.
This is where you must choose where you will put it to ensure that it fits in with the rest of your site.

Be aware that irregularly sized and shaped Adsense boxes perform better than standard ad sizes. For example, 468x60 is instantly recognized as an ad because banners are this size for so long online and have a poor click rate, while 336x280 and 300x250 Adsense blocks perform much better.
There are also some debates about whether you should blend the ad into your site by using the color palette Adsense provides to edit the ad colors to make them the same as your site, or whether you should make them stand out by making them a different color; this will depend on your site, and you can try to see what works best.

You will get the code to add to your site after you have configured the format, color scheme, and kind of ad.
It's a good idea to set up channel monitoring before you paste it in.
Set up various channels with distinct names so you know what they are about. This will allow you to monitor which advertisements are effective and on which sites by moving them around and labeling them with different channel IDs.
This is one of the most underutilized features of Adsense; the ability to monitor your advertisements across channels allows you to test and fine-tune the colors and placement of your Adsense blocks.

Adsense performs an excellent job of identifying relevant advertisements to your site, and you have no control over what is shown.
It may get confusing at times. Therefore, you may need to change your site's content to make the keywords more apparent so that Adsense can better target your visitors with the advertisements shown.
The better your advertisements target your visitors, the more relevant they will be and the higher the clickthrough rate.

As previously said, Adsense is a fantastic method to earn some money, and some people even make a livelihood from it; it's residual revenue, relatively simple to start up, and minimal maintenance.
If nothing else, it will help pay for your website's hosting costs, so why not get started with Google Adsense today?