In the internet marketing and online business world, newcomers to business online see the phrase “adsense site” and are intrigued as to what it is. This article will explain what they are and why you should care about them. .
Many online entrepreneurs use a business model which is based around building what they refer to as “adsense sites”. In this article I explain what they are and the opportunity that they present for you if you wish to start an online business.
An adsense site is basically a site, generally small, which is set up and optimised to do one thing and that is to get the visitor to click on a Google Adsense advertisement. It will use a design and layout which will not present many opportunities for visitors to click on any links other than the Adsense block which is generally a 336 x 280 block pasted “above the fold” before or at the beginning of the content or post.
This means that the ways by which anyone can exit the site will be very limited and there will be no fancy graphics, banners, affiliate links or other distractions. The desired outcome from every visitor is to get them to click on an Adsense ad and earn revenue for the blog owner.
The business model associated with this sort of site will involve setting up multiple small sites in various niches which are not ultra competitive and which are easy to rank for in the search engines. It is the proliferation and spread of these sites across a large range of niches and which will derive a small income on a monthly basis that amasses into a good, online publishing empire which is appealing to many under the radar entrepreneurs.
The opportunity for you as a budding online entrepreneur is obvious and the best niches to concentrate on, at least initially, are product niches where small, boring sites about taps, windows, radiators or whatever can form part of a successful publishing empire for you on the internet.
The cost of entry into this business is tiny, you can learn on the job and your only input is to build small product oriented blogs and churn out lots and lots of articles to generate backlinks and move you up the search engine rankings which in turn will lead to free traffic and opportunities for “clicks” and revenue from your blog.