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What is the BEST practice according to your experience?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RakeshKhan, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. RakeshKhan

    RakeshKhan Newbie

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    I have read that Adsense site should not provide everything the visitors need so that the visitors click on the ads to know more info. What is your opinion about it?

    Suppose, I am going to write a post "Top 10 Hotels in the USA" for a Adsense site, then how should I write?

    Should I write only the names so that visitors tend to click on the ads?
    or names, web addressees, and prices per night of the 10 hotels?
    or anything else that might work better?
     
  2. llamaslayer

    llamaslayer Junior Member

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    Top 10 hotels in the USA is extremely broad. Think about how few people are realistically going to search for the top 10 hotels in the entire US.
    What you should do is focus on a more specific area (like a city) or one specific type of hotel (bed and breakfast). This will mean the visitors are more targeted and the ads will represent the content on the page.

    Best of luck to you!
     
  3. RakeshKhan

    RakeshKhan Newbie

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    It is just an example; I have targeted a city actually :) Now, I need to know the content writing techniques for an Adsense targeted site.
     
  4. seohuntanalytics

    seohuntanalytics Registered Member

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    Correctly chosen keywords, I think, and anchored links.
     
  5. proweb

    proweb Regular Member

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    Adsense doesn't always show ads related to the content on the page. Sometimes Google will display ads related to previous searches the visitor has made (called Interest-Based Advertising). For example, if someone searched for refrigerators they can see ads for refrigerators on websites not relevant to food.

    Sources: http://support.google.com/adsense/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=9713