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I have a question for those who have many adsense websites, the types of sites xfactor talks about in his course.

Do you just have 1 adsense account or many?
Do you host the sites with different hosts?
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  • Profile picture of the author WinsonYeung
    I'm using 1 adsense account for all my adsense site. And my site are hosted on 2 separated sever. One for my main website and one for all my niche website.
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    • Profile picture of the author Woodbridge
      Originally Posted by WinsonYeung View Post

      I'm using 1 adsense account for all my adsense site. And my site are hosted on 2 separated sever. One for my main website and one for all my niche website.
      Just curious about how many niche sides do you have?
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  • Profile picture of the author ASM Marketing
    Woodbridge,

    My best advice to you would be to focus on one market, and various sub-niches within that vertical. This way you can create a relevant network of sites that you can focus promotions on affiliate/CPA campaigns from a wide variety of angles.

    One this is profiting, set a schedule to add content to each of the sites once a week and then move on to the next market.

    Start small and scale up

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  • Profile picture of the author Geraldm
    I personally have just one adsense account.

    For non-related niche sites I have them all under one reseller account with hostgator. If I have serveral niche sites on the same subject, I try and put them on different hosts (that is if I want to cross link them).

    Cheers ....
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    Originally Posted by Woodbridge View Post

    I have a question for those who have many adsense websites, the types of sites xfactor talks about in his course.

    Do you just have 1 adsense account or many?
    Do you host the sites with different hosts?
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  • Profile picture of the author nettech
    I have 1 AdSense account and 3 hosting accounts.
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  • Profile picture of the author Micah09
    1 adsense account for all my website is good enough. At least I dont have to worry much running for lots of adsense account and the good thing about it is that the earnings of all website will combined at the same time.
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  • Profile picture of the author simonheng82
    just curious, what is the different to host in 2 different hosting accounts?
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    • Profile picture of the author nettech
      I just did it to spread my risk. My first hosting company who I've been for about 10 years do not have things like cPanel etc and was very limited in what I could do. I tend to use them only for static sites.

      The other 2 companies are cPanel enabled so I can setup Wordpress sites very quickly.

      From an SEO persepctive, becuase they are all held on different C Class IP addresses, this shoudl technically help them to rank better if they were to cross link. I say this very loosely as there are a lot more factors involved with cross linking. You have to be careful as you could get penalised if not done properly.

      I dont actually cross link any of my sites.

      Hope that helps

      Originally Posted by simonheng82 View Post

      just curious, what is the different to host in 2 different hosting accounts?
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      • Profile picture of the author HCLee
        I have all my niche sites under one hosting account. I only have one adsense account. I think we are not allowed to have more than one adsense account unless you are referring to other accounts applied in your other family member's name. Be careful during the application as Google might find out from the IP address used in the application that you have duplicate accounts.
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  • Profile picture of the author rconejr
    So can you make decent money on Adsense sites? I've been thinking about it, but I've been told there's no money unless you get TONS of traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
      Originally Posted by rconejr View Post

      So can you make decent money on Adsense sites? I've been thinking about it, but I've been told there's no money unless you get TONS of traffic.
      Don't believe everything you are told...
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      • Profile picture of the author sarasayshi
        Just stick with 1 adsense account. It's a violation of Google's TOS to have multiple accounts.

        You don't need to worry about different servers etc because no matter how many servers you have, as long as you are running your adsense on your sites you have a footprint. As far as bandwidth goes, I like Hostgator because I can host many domains on my account and if I need more bandwidth, I can just upgrade.

        If you follow Google's TOS you have nothing to worry about. Just supply your sites with good original content.
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    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by rconejr View Post

      So can you make decent money on Adsense sites? I've been thinking about it, but I've been told there's no money unless you get TONS of traffic.
      Nothing could be farther from the truth. With a high converting template, I'm seeing excellent daily revenue on sites with as little 5-50 impressions a day.

      The trick is in identifying the right niches, then serving them with highly useful content, packaged up in a ruthlessly optimized template that google can't resist ranking high.

      I'm astounded at times when I look at my adsense numbers. I can't roll out the sites fast enough. I've literally got a spreadsheet full of greenfield niches that are just ripe for the picking.

      I actually hope more people believe there's no money in adsense without tons of traffic. It will only mean I can capture more niches with less competition and ride my .50 cent clicks all the way to the bank!
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnPark
    You only need one adsense account. You can ad a channel for tracking. I have 3 hosting accounts and I add on domains as I need them. Usually you won't run out of bandwidth adding domains to your account.
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  • Profile picture of the author AmyKay
    I have only one adsense account, but 4 hosting accounts with different IP's.
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