White Hat AdSense Method AdSense, it seems, is a tough nut to crack. It is easy enough to spend a few minutes a day on a site which generates a few bucks a day but I think most people would like to learn how to earn some real cash with Adsense, and do so in a completely white hat way. This method will outline my white hat AdSense method which will easily bring you $20*$100 per day with a very minimal investment of time, although you will have to invest a few minutes daily. This method was inspired after reading and using the method on DP known as ?VERY Black Hat AdSense Method?. I still use it but it seemed so black hat that I decided not to use it with AdSense. It did, however, light up all kinds of ideas for how to use this traffic source to legitimately make some cash ? the white hat way ? and this is the one that proved the best paying thus far. If you do not already have an AdSense account then let me give you a few pointers to easily get one fast. 1. They will accept almost everyone as long as you are not stealing content or have content against their terms of service. 2. Create a free Blogger.com blog and write 4*5 posts on it. They only need to be 200 or so words so you don?t really need to get too in depth. They should, however, be around the same niche/theme. In addition you should at least have decent English, if not consider spending a couple of dollars to get these outsoured over at DP. 3. Again don?t steal for this which includes hotlinking to other people?s pictures or copy+pasting other people?s blog posts. Really, it should take you no more than 30 minutes to get a blog up that you can submit to AdSense and get approved with. Now that you have an AdSense account you can jump back in and follow the rest of the folks right below: The first thing to do is to start out a new blog. Now if you want you can do a WordPress install and host this yourself or you can just head over to Blogger.com and get a free blog ready to roll. When setting up this blog you want to make the title something such as Hot News and Gossip Blog as this will be what most of your posts revolve around. A few very important notes for the design/look of this blog: 1. The goal here is to get AdSense clicks so don?t put any other links leading away from your blog on any of the pages. In addition here you want to minimize the theme by removing any widgets/ archived posts/categories and tags. This means that someone will either have to hit the back button or click an ad, and they are going to be coming en mass to click your ads soon enough. 2. Change the template a little please, nobody wants to see that default blogger template! 3. Ad placement is everything. If you are on WordPress this is highly flexbile and easily done. You are doing to want to put an ad unit right in the individual post. People will not be viewing your main index page of the blog but just individual posts so this is what you need to focus on. In addition, having just one ad units assures that people will be clicking the highest paying ads each time. Now what we are going to do is to head over to Google Trends and expand our view out to the 100 top trends of the day. These are the 100 most searched things at this given moment so you can be sure there is going to be massive traffic for these terms for the next 5*24 hours. Normally it would take quite a bit of time to rank at the top of Google for something with so many searches but luckily these are usually hot new topics that nobody has SEOd for so I will show you two methods to get a link at the top of Google within just hours! The first thing to do is to pick the appropriate Google Trend. Generally speaking only 5*20 of all of these trends displayed are going to work with this method. The qualities of a good trend include: 1. Low competition. Do a standard Google search for the trend and look at the results. If you notice that big .com?s have results this trend will not work. Generally speaking this means stay away from ?real? news that people like CNN/Fox/AP/TMZ will be covering. 2. Have an eye out for things that may be good. This is usually going to be like someone looking for a streaming video of a new TV episode that just came out or perhaps they are on the hunt for some video game cheats. The big guys are not going to be covering this stuff so competition is low but the volume of searchers ? your soon to be ad clickers ? is extremely high. Once you have identified the appropriate trend it is time to build a blog post around it. There are a few things to bear in mind while creating this blog post: 1. You are after an ad click not repeat visitors ? you will have no trouble getting new traffic tomorrow. Leave your blog post short and lacking to get that ad click. So, if they are looking for some TV episode then write a brief two paragraph commentary about how great the show was but do not provide a link for it. Now they will have two choices, hit the back button or hit that nice AdSense unit inside your post that has an ad for the very TV show streaming for free right now! 2. Watch your keywords. These Google trends are hot so lots of marketers are going to be running AdWords campaigns on the content network ? which is where AdSense serves your ads from. Be sure to use the exact keywords from the trend multiple times to get an ad that your very targeted visitor will want to click. 3. Keep it short. Leave them lacking right off the bat so they can throw out that ad click instead of getting bored and hitting the back button. Now all that is left is to get these thousands of people that are extremely interested in your trend and Googling away to your blog post that you have prepared for them. There are two great methods to get your link in the top 5 spots of Google for your trend within hours. Let us go over this right now. Digg.com Trick: The Digg.com trick is what inspired this entire method and is really and truly one of the greatest traffic methods I have learned in the last year or so. The way that this works is that Google loves Digg.com and is constantly spidering/indexing it which is perfect for us. This means that given the right keywords your Digg.com story (not your actual blog post but your digg.com/whatever submission) will hit one of the top spots on Google for a few hours before fading because it is on a higher authority domain than Anyone else. For normal SEO this is pretty worthless as it only lasts about 12 hours tops but since trends are only popular, and extremely popular at that, for a short period of time this is all that you really need. To claim the top spot follow this example: Google Trend that was chosen is: Season 6 Episode 3 Family Guy At Digg.com you would make your title: Season 6 Episode 3 Family Guy In the description (in order to make sure the traffic clicks) you would run with: Watch season 6 episode 3 family guy here. Stream family guy season 6 episode 3 free and fast now! That?s it kids. In about 1*2 hours your Digg.com link will be at the top of Google. People will click on it and then click through to your blog post even if you have no Diggs on your story whatsoever! But why should we have to settle for taking one of the top 5 or spots on Google for our trend keywords when we can take another spot too and get about twice as much traffic today. We are going to do this with the well known Yahoo! Answers trick which provides the same benefit of quickly taking top Google spots for low competition search phrases. Yahoo! Answers Trick: For this trick we are going to go ahead and create two Yahoo! Answers accounts and, to keep things simple for ya, I will call them Account 1 and Account 2 (I know ? I?m super creative). With Account 1 we will make a posting on Yahoo! Answers that will roll something like this: Question Title: Watch Season 6 Episode 3 Family Guy? Question Body: Watch Season 6 Episode 3 Family Guy Streaming Live for Free? You will notice that I always add a question mark on the end. This is because it will help you to not get flagged as spam quite a bit. It appears that perhaps you just have a poor grasp on the English language rather than you are trying to rank for some keywords to promote something. That?s it, no links on this account just post up your question and log out. Now head over to your second account (Account 2) and pull up this recently asked question. Normally in promotion we choose you as best answer when it lets you a few days later but in this instance we are not going to have the chance so it is important that you switch accounts and post quickly in order to get your link in at the top spot and, thus, capture the clicks from people on Google who find your Yahoo! Answers post. Answer with Account 2 looking something like: I just watched it for free at this one site over at www,YOURBLOGURL.com/YOURBLOGPOST Submit that and you?re done. Now people from Google looking to watch this episode will have two chances to end up at your blog post and, thus, click an ad for ya. On a poor trend you should be able to easily capture a few thousand visitors and on a really solid trend you should be able to get more traffic than you can imagine and huge earnings. On average, since this traffic is so targeted and has not found what it needs, I get a 10%*20% CTR which means some serious money for 30 minutes worth of work. You can, of course, take this a step further since your trend is undoubtedly just as popular on social bookmarking sites as it is on Google. However, you can also walk away right now as you will get most of your traffic from this. Remember also there is no limit on this so why not start over and make another blog post and do the promotion again! You can quickly take and submit your blog post to the other top social bookmarking sites such as Propeller.com, StumbleUpon.com and Reddit.com. This will probably not result in a whole lot but should bring in a few hundred extra clicks for ya. Another tip here is to target slightly different keywords. As an example, you can be sure that if there were that many people searching for Season 6 Episode 1 Family Guy then there were probably tons of people also searching for Watch Season 6 Episode 1 Family Guy Free and you can use this as your title on Propeller.com which, although not as powerful as Digg.com, still has the potential to easily take a spot on page 1 of Google.com if the competition is scarce as it would be with a longer tail keyword that you have just thought up yourself.