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Have you been looking for a way to learn how you can profit via your own blog? Have you also been looking for a way that you can start collection your share of the Google Blogger Adsense pie?

What Exactly is a Blog? A Bit of Blogging History

As the internet grew to become what it is today. Many webmasters discover that web surfers want to know which websites had recently been update. And which had new information on them. Web surfers were looking for new and exciting information. And didn’t want to have to go check websites themselves to see if they had been update recently. They wanted somewhere they could go and see just what was new.

Some smart programmers started posting logs on their own websites which told the web surfers which websites had recent updates or new information on them. These weblogs, as they were called at that time, were like an informal directory of “what’s new” online. These weblogs, and the technology which powered them, eventually grew and changed to become the blogs of today.


A blog is simply a website which is written in a friendly news format which is frequently updated. Rather than be a listing of new or updated websites, blogs became to be new, always changing, websites in themselves.

Making Money with a Blog

Blogging is one of the only truly “free” start-up business models on the internet. You can quickly and easily sign-up for an account with a free blog service such as Goggle’s Blogger Adsense. From there you can add blogger AdSense and other affiliate links to your blog and make money from your visitors clicking on those links. This is referred to as monetizing a blog – making money with a blog. You can accomplish all of this without ever spending a single cent of your own money.

Google started a program called AdSense. Blogger AdSense is for website owners to make money by hosting other business’s advertisements on their websites. These AdSense ads can also be hosted on a blog, even if it is hosted by a free blog service. Google owns both Blogger and AdSense so they are both program to be very simple for anyone to use. Because Google owns both Blogger and AdSense they go extremely well together.

With AdSense you paste the code the program generates for you into your Blogger template. Where the advertisements will show up on your blog depends entirely on where you choose to paste the AdSense code into your template. Later in this eBook we will talk about how to generate AdSense code and exactly where in your blog template to paste that code is.

AdSense additionally allows you to blend in the ads with the content of your blog. This helps to make your AdSense ads look more like your written content and less like advertising billboards.

A Successful Blog

Once you have a blog, with AdSense placed on it, you will want to start posting to it every day or two. Your blog posts can be about anything relating to the topic of your blog. And, while you should generally stick to your blog topic, you really can post about anything you want to on any given day. If you have an opinion on politics or something else that day you can easily post it on your blog. You do not have to be an expert writer to have a successful blog. In fact, you will find that most bloggers are not professional writers but just write for the sake of their blog. You simply need to be interest in the topic you are posting about and post regularly with interesting and engaging content.

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