There’s an interesting topic over at Darren’s Problogger site – it’s a poll:
how much $$$ did your blog make from Google AdSense last month?.
I checked the payload for C9 and revenues are at $3 dollars and 6 cents. Woot!
I can’t believe the survey shows that 9/393 people actually made $10,000.00 from this. That means you can blog abot crap and people still click on your ads. I don’t know how this feat can be accomplished because you’re basically earning income passively. It’s true that blogging content does have weight in traffic, but what makes people click on your ad and not theirs when its all the same?
Registering with AdSense is easy as pie. Earnings however, isn’t that easy. Imagine AdSense as a small classifieds listing posted in every nook and cranny of the blogosphere.
Some people I know who use AdSense:
Pam has made around 10 cents in revenue. Woot! UPDATE: She’s now made more that $1.00!
Gary has made over $100.00 in total AdSense revenue. But it took him over a year to reach.
Now, I recently applied for an AdSense account for this personal blog but I’m stuck in the page that tells me to choose how the ads will be laid out – just like the classifieds. Decisions, decisions! For what it’s worth, AdSense can give you coffee money when you’re just starting out. But I think payment only occurs after your first $100.00 in earnings. Hehe what a long shot that will be!
If you wanna find out more, there’s a blog that talks about everything AdSense (done by the Google peeps) located here.