The site has been idle for few months now because I’m currently busy with other real life activities. But in the coming weeks seopinoy will go full blast again because I will start a new project that is focused on generating online income through adsense. Expect more adsense focused topic in the coming weeks.
Archive for adsense
Today, Google Adsense release it’s new interface. The new interface is still in beta phase. Another upgrade from Google series of products. Personally the new interface is a bit more relaxing in the eyes because they’ve used one of my favorite color. lol. I haven’t explored the new interface, but at first look I can say this is way better on the old interface aside from it looks good in the eyes, you can easily see the summary of your account on the index page of your account.
Here’s the screen shot.
Since there are lot of Filipino asking for it I have decided to write Adsense in the Philippines 101.
What is Google Adsense?
AdSense is the advertising program by Google. It’s basically displaying Google Adwords advertisement in your website either text or image ads.
How will I earn from Google Adsense?
There are two options in Google Adsense for you to earn money $ from this advertising program by Google. First is through cost-per-click (CPC) and through cost-per-1000-impression (CPM).
What is cost-per-click and cost-per-1000-impression?
Cost-per-click simply means if someone click your ads from your website it automatically generate earnings to your account. A click usually cost $.10-$.30. But if you display Philippines ads in your site you usually will get $0.03 or nothing at all (shrug).
Cost-per-1000 means every 1000 times Google Ads appear in your website you will be paid for it. I saw usually $0.01 per 1000 impression.
Is there a minimum payout before I can get my check?
Yes, atleast you have to earn $100 before Google will send checks to you.
What is a PIN?
A pin is a code that will be sent to your mailing address in your Google Adsense account. This is the way that will help Google verify your address. So make sure you’ve enter the right address in your Google Adsense account.
How long my Google PIN before it will arrive to my address?
It really depends but usually it will take 3-10 weeks. It really depends on your location. I heard some horror stories that they didn’t receive their Google PIN in almost a year then eventually led to the closure of their account because Google has time limit before they will deactivate your account. One of the solution that will help you is try to use different mailing address( use your relatives address) and just let them know that you will receive a mail from Google. Usually postman is not strict in the identity of the receiver of the mail.
What will I choose dollar or peso check?
Based on experience, its better to choose peso check rather than dollar check because dollar check is hard to encash.
How to encash peso check from Adsense?
There are two ways to do it. It’s either you will deposit it to your bank account or just go to Citibank Makati and instantly encash your check. Just bring 2 valid ID’s. So if you’re not from Metro Manila it’s advisable to choose the first option. The only problem with option 1 is some of the bank won’t accept checks deposit to your account if you’re not an account holder on their bank in the last 6 months. Though there are lot of banks out there. Try and try until you found the right bank for your adsense check.
How to encash your dollar check from Adsense?
Please refer here for extensive details on how to encash your dollar check.
I hope this information will help you in your Adsense quest. Looking to hear questions/comments/suggestions from you regarding the topic. Feel free to leave a comment below.
On the Official Google Adsense blog made it clear that Google ads
next to Images are being monitored due to confusion from visitors. This blog post was been added to Adsense official blogs because there is a high demand
of request about this Google ads next to images.
I think it’s a good move by Google to clearly clarify their policy on Google ads
next to images because there are lots of Adsense forums from different webmaster
forums are asking about the clear policy on this issue. I think it’s also a good move
because advertiser can be sure that they’re getting quality clicks and something
worth of their money. It’s a win-win situation for both publisher and advertiser about
this blog post.
You can read the whole story here on Google Adsense Official Blog
Last week my friend told me if there is a tool that he can check his adsense earnings without logging in through adsense.google.com and I’ve thought at this time it is impossible.Luckily after researching about it yesterday I’ve found the answer to his question. Just want to share you guys the tool I’ve found out. Here’s a tool for you that can check your adsense earnings through your browser without the hassle of going through adsense.google.com. Why my friend ask me if there is a tool like these? The answer is so that my boss wont caught him logged in through his adsense account. LOL
For Firefox user:
Download Adsense Notifier Version 0.9.2
For Mac OSX user:
Download AdSense™ widget (version 1.6)
For Google Desktop user:
Download Adsense Status 188.8.131.52 Beta
For Yahoo Widgets engine user:
Download Google adsense widget 1.3