Some people are asking: "Can you help me with AdSense?"
Here's our recommendation...
For now, please focus on building your blog or content-rich, authority website. Then, be your own advertiser.
Yes, advertise your affiliate programs or better yet, your own products.
After all, you will be publishing useful or entertaining articles or blog posts on a regular basis. Then, you will promote your latest blog posts in various popular places such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
This will then help you attract regular readers, some of whom may become fans or supporters.
Over time, the number of unique visitors going to your website will reach at least 500 per day.
Given all that, do you really want to just sell advertising space for just a few cents per click?
Let's assume you build a blog that attracts people who may be interested in making money online. Let's assume further that 10 percent of your visitors will click on your advertisement.
At 500 visitors per day, that's 50 clicks per day.
Of those 50 people, around 10% will sign up for your mailing list. That's 5 email subscribers every day, or 150 email subscribers per month.
Of those 150 people, 2 percent or 3 people a month will buy your product.
If you earn $20 per customer, that's $60 a month. In two months, that's $120 in Direct Referral Commissions, plus $70 in Pay Plan 1 Cycle Commissions for a total of $190 in two months.
Given the 50 clicks per day, that's 3,000 people clicking on your own ad over a 60-day period. That's around 6 cents (US$0.063) earnings per click.
It's similar to some online advertising revenues, but the difference with this approach is that you'll have people subscribed to a mailing list.
Some of those email subscribers will go on to buy other products that you recommend. That is something you won't experience if you rely only on per-click advertising revenues.
Recommendation: Be Your Own Advertiser.