<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html><head> <title>How to put Google Ads on a website web page | Google Adsense Ads</title> </head> <body text="#0f0000" link="#3366cc" vlink="#3366cc"> <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tr> <td valign="top"> <! This is the chunk of HTML code copied and pasted from Google Adsense that makes the block of ads appear on the left at the the top of the page.> <script type="text/javascript"><!-- google_ad_client = "pub-9756191774821875"; google_ad_width = 160; google_ad_height = 600; google_ad_format = "160x600_as"; google_ad_type = "text_image"; google_color_link = "ee3300"; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_url = "000000"; google_color_bg = "ffffff"; google_ad_channel =""; //--></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"> </script> </td> <td> &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; </td> <td valign="top"> <h1>Putting Google AdSense Ads On A Website Is Easy</h1> <h2>Putting Google Ads onto your website <noscript> page </noscript> </h2> <p>Getting Google ads on your website is simple. Just copy some HTML code from Google's Adsense site, paste it into your page and the ads appear just as you see here on the left. You can put the code on as many of your websites and web pages as you like. <br /><br />Each time someone clicks on an ad on your page you clock up a few cents and every now and again those nice people at Google send you a cheque. It's that easy. Google call this "AdSense for Content". <h2>Google Search box</h2> <p>To get the Google search box on your page you copy another chunk of Google HTML. If someone searches from this box then clicks on an ad on the search results page Google pays you a few cents. Google call this "AdSense for Search". <! This is the chunk of Google code that makes the search box appear.> <form action="http://www.google.co.uk/cse" name="adsense" id="cse-search-box"> <div> <input type="hidden" name="cx" value="" /> <input type="hidden" name="ie" value="ISO-8859-1" /> <input type="text" name="q" size="31" /> <input type="submit" name="sa" value="Search" /> </div> </form> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.google.co.uk/cse/brand?form=cse-search-box&amp;lang=en"></script> <a href="googleadsensesearchsource.txt" target="_blank"><font size="1">view source code</font></a> <br /><br /> <h4>Example of Google Ads HTML code on a website page</h4> <p>For an example of an HTML web page with google ads incorporated which also uses CSS look at the source code <a href="google-adsense.txt" target="_blank"><font size="1">(view source code)</font></a> of this page. You'll see the source HTML of this page which shows how simple it is to copy and paste the google ads JavaScript code into your website. <h2>Text Ads versus Image Ads</h2> <p>Google Adsense gives you three options: text ads only, image ads only, text and image ads. If you go for text ads only, you'll get an ad block ("unit") with only text ads - no pictures. But opt for image only and you may get a blank block because nobody is willing to pay the, presumably much higher, cost of a full-block picture ad on your page.<br /><br /> The solution is to go for the 'text and image ads' option: if someone will cough up for an image ad you get an image ad, otherwise you get text ads. Apparently having ads with no border around them and with the background colour and link colour matching your page increases the number of click-throughs.<br /> </td></tr> </table> <hr></hr> <br /> <h4>Google Adsense Ads - Best Formats</h4> <p>Google say that some Ad layouts attract more clicks than others, also that advertisers pay more for certain Ad formats. The 160x600 Wide Skyscraper, as at the top of this page, performs well as does the 300 x 250 Medium Rectangle. And the 728 x 90 Leaderboard <noscript> banner </noscript> is apparently one of the best at generating advertising revenue:<font size="3"><br /><br /></font> <! This is the chunk of Google code makes the ads that stretch across the page. You will see that "text" is specified, so only text ads will appear in this block - no picture ads> <script type="text/javascript"><!-- google_ad_client = "pub-9756191774821875"; google_alternate_color = "FFFFFF"; google_ad_width = 728; google_ad_height = 90; google_ad_format = "728x90_as"; google_ad_type = "text"; google_ad_channel =""; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_bg = "ffffff"; google_color_link = "0000ff"; google_color_url = "0000ff"; google_color_text = "000000"; //--></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"> </script> <br /> <h4>Google Ads - Cents per Click By Page</h4> <p>Some of my pages typically get 0% of visitors clicking through. Other pages get 15% of visitors clicking an ad. On some pages each click earns one or two cents, on other pages sometimes a dollar or more per click. Play with page layouts and ad formats to see how it affects the number of click-throughs and cents-per-click you're earning each day.<br /><br /> For UK residents Google will send you a cheque in good old British pounds. And I daresay they might even send you a cheque in Euros if you were so inclined. <h2>Practical example of google ads: getting paid by google</h2> <noscript> <p>Just had my first cheque from Google! Lovely jubbly! </noscript> <p>It's now several months since I posted the google ads code onto one of my web pages. Having got the code on one page I've simply copied and pasted the same code onto several of my web pages on various sites - no need to go back to the google site each time. <noscript> The 160-wide ads definitely do better than the 120-wide ads - maybe other ad layouts on offer on google's site would do even better, I don't know. Definitely worth experimenting with various ad layouts and placement on your page. </noscript> <br /><br /> The cents-per-click has gone up a bit since I started. Could be that Google monitors which ads people click on and put on your site the ones that earn the most revenue - i.e. max cents-per-click x average number-of-clicks-per-day. That's how I'd do it if I were Google anyway. Or maybe advertisers are starting to bid up the price-per-click to appear on my site, though this seems less likely as I can't imagine advertisers even being aware of my humble little sites, let alone bidding to appear on them. <h3>Google Adsense Link Units</h3> <p>In addition to 3 blocks of ads, you can also have a "Link Unit" on your page:<font size="4"><br /><br /></font> <! This code makes the link unit appear.> <script type="text/javascript"><!-- google_ad_client = "pub-9756191774821875"; /* 728x15, created 25/03/09 */ google_ad_slot = "5041582562"; google_ad_width = 728; google_ad_height = 15; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_bg = "ffffff"; google_color_link = "ee3300"; google_color_url = "008000"; google_color_text = "000000"; //--> </script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"> </script> <br /><br /> <hr></hr> <br /> <h4>Will I get rich by having Google Ads on my site</h4> <p>Will Google AdSense make you rich? Er, no.<br /><br /> Unless your page gets hundreds of thousands of hits a day maybe. <noscript> I've been going about a month and </noscript> My experience has been that if you get a few hundred hits a day you might earn a couple of dollars a day. No doubt this varies greatly. Advertisers can bid to pay anything from 1 cent each time someone clicks on an Ad on your page. Google don't say what percentage they keep and what percentage they pass on to you.<br /><br /> So, I'd speculate that if your site is found with unpopular or uncommercial search words you're going to be in a-few-cents-per-click territory but if your site is popular and found with very commercial keywords my guess is you'd surely get a lot more per click. For example, if Boeing sold planes on the web and your site ranked top for searches on "I want to buy a plane" Boeing might be prepared to pay you quite a lot each time someone clicked through to them from your page. <table cellspacing="10" cellpadding="4" border="0" align="right"> <tr> <td> <font size="1"><br /></font> <! This code makes the square near the bottom left of the webpage appear. Notice that "text_image" is specified, so usually a picture ad will appear.> <script type="text/javascript"><!-- google_ad_client = "pub-9756191774821875"; google_alternate_color = "FFFFFF"; google_ad_width = 300; google_ad_height = 250; google_ad_format = "300x250_as"; google_ad_type = "text_image"; google_ad_channel =""; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_link = "0000FF"; google_color_bg = "FFFFFF"; google_color_text = "000000"; google_color_url = "008000"; //--></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"> </script> </td> </tr> </table> <h2>Google Adsense For Content Channels</h2> <p>I've finally figured out Google Adsense Channels.<br /><br /> I have half a dozen web sites but don't have Google Ads on every page of every site. Hitherto my Google Adsense Reports have shown totals across all pages/sites. Great, but it gives you no idea which pages get the click throughs or if the cents-per-click varies by page.<br /><br /> Channels provides the answer. You can define each page as a channel and thus get reports by page: number of visits per day, the number of click-throughs, the percentage of visitors who click through, and cents per click. All per page.<br /><br /> Channels also lets you track individual ads blocks. For example I could make each ad block on this page a channel and thus see not just how many clicks this page gets but how many clicks each Google Ad unit on the page gets.<br /><br /> <h2>Signing up to get Google Ads on your website</h2> <a name="google_adsense"></a> <p>It took me less than an hour to sign up, incorporate Google's HTML into one of my web pages and get it up and running. To get Google ads on your website just click here and follow Google's instructions (it's free and there's no obligation):<font size="3"><br /><br /><br /></font> <center> <form name="myform" onsubmit="return false"> <input type="button" value="Click Here to Sign Up for Google Adsense" onclick="submitter()"></input> </form> </center> <br /><br /> <h1> Get Put Google Adsense Ads on your website page and earn money </h1> </body> </html>