Google has recently released a new interesting Google Chrome extension for Google Adsense publishers called the AdSense Publisher Toolbar. This extension allows the Adsense publishers to quickly check their earnings with just a click of a mouse from your browser window.
Getting an adsense account approval is not an easy task these days. If are just starting your career in blogging then the problem of getting adsense account approval becomes more difficult. As the most important condition for getting an adsense account approval is to wait for atleast 6 months after starting your blog.
Many bloggers are making their blogs multi-author blogs these days. In this way they are inviting guest authors to write articles for their blogs. This is a best idea for one to show their creativity on most reputed blogs and it also gives a link back to the author of the article. If you are also going to start guest blogging on your blog, I’ll suggest you to start a revenue sharing program.
In revenue sharing program, author of the article can use his/her own ads along with his article. This will attract more guest bloggers for your blog. And if you are using WordPress you can automatically rotate ads based on the author of the article using a wordpress plugin called as AdShare.
Adsense Alert is a freeware utility that sits on your desktop notification area updating itself every 20 minutes with how much Adsense money you have made today. It always check my Adsense earnings whenever I surf internet. This tool will save my time as I don’t need to login every time to check my Adsense earnings.
Today when I accessed my blog, I noticed that Google is displaying ads based on popular queries in India like “Popular Lifestyle Queries in India, Popular Hobbies in India” etc in my sidebar ads. I noticed some other blogs too that are displaying these ads.
I had enabled image and text ads in the sidebar ads section. But now text and image ads are replaced with these new ads. This ad contains 11 links in it.