Publishing Webpages for AdSense Income
Sharing with you what we know about AdSense


MsTioga Magazine
If you have looked at MsTioga Magazine, then you know that we have a ton of stories there. Everyday, these stories earn MsTioga and The Team $Money$.
In this story we are sharing with you what we do to prepare a webpage for publishing in order to earn income from Google's AdSense.



HTML Text Editor
We use HTML kit, in order to prepare our stories. In fact, we are using HTML Kit right now to prepare this story for you!



HTML template
It took a lot of time to figure out HTML code in order to prepare a webpage. Looking at the webpages of others was how I learned much of what I know about webpage publishing.

I did not like using purchased programs in order to prepare a webpage, prefering to write my story with HTML code. When I looked at other webpages that were prepared using purchased programs, I found a ton of code that seemed superflous to me.

I now use an HTML template to prepare my MsTioga Magazine stories. This template has all the things that I feel are important for my webpage in order to earn income using Google AdSense.

You are able to look at the HTML code of this story, by clicking on the "View" pulldown in your browser, and then clicking on "Source." If you would like to use my HTML code to mess around with, or to publish your own webpages, you are welcome to use it.

Note: You must replace my Google AdSense code with your own, so that you will receive ad income.



Important things for your code
In the "HEAD" section of your HTML code, you should provide what is known as "Keywords" for your story. These are terms that might be used by persons using a search engine to find your webpage.

Below is the code that I am using to write this story, which is about Google AdSense The required HTML brackets are written in ASCII code in this story, so that you may see them:
<META name="KeyWords" content="AdSense, Google AdSense, Earn money, money, AdWords">

A description of your story is also necessary. Some search engines use these "Meta" lines to determine how to classify your webpage:
<META name="Description" content="Earn money from Google AdSense">

In the body of the story, the following code may be used in order to direct Google AdSense. By using this Beginning and Ending code, you will be focusing AdSense on the part of your story that is most relevant to you!
<!-- google_ad_section_start -->
<!-- google_ad_section_end -->

If you look thru the HTML code of this story, you will find that I've used the Beginning and Ending code to focus on just a few lines of the story. This should result in very relevant ads being served.



Color Coordinated Stories
Awhile back, Google AdSense assigned a support person to help me optimize my webpages for AdSense income. One of the things that was advised, was to change colors so that AdSense ads were the same color as headings in my story.

In this story that you are reading now, notice that the ads are blue and the headings are blue as well.



Short-concise stories
My feeling is that stories should be brief. The object is to pass along information to the reader, but not everything that reader might wish to know. If the reader is looking for more information, they may then look at the AdSense ads on your webpage!

Sometimes I do publish a long webpage though. In my Slab City story, it was such a fascinating topic that I could not help myself.



Getting Google to see your new webpage
Google has provided a website where you may submit your new webpage to be included in Google's database.
Google will tell you that it is not necessary to add each new webpage. However, I always felt better if I did!














Since February 28, 2004