Whats the best time to put Adsense to your website

by Elsoft
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Can you suggest me whats the best time in terms of number of visitors,it is good to have the adsense enabled on the website.Right now my website is ad free and I would like to make a strategy for the future course of action.Looking forward to hear from you.
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  • Profile picture of the author JRCarson
    People will give opinions on this all over the board, but I just put the ads on the site right from the start.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dixiebelle
      I agree with JR. I add it as soon as I finish a site.

      The first time you use adsense, it will take a few days to get approved, and for the ads to show up on your site, so the sooner you add the links, the sooner you can start earning some money.
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      • Profile picture of the author SamirSM
        It really depends on what the site is about.

        If it offers professional services like SEO, Writing, Programming etc. try to get clients first, and then test whether the rate of conversion drops due to the ads.

        If you are offering free tools like Duplicate Content Checker or Website Stats Checker, you may use ads right away.

        If you have a blog which has few visitors, but all from Search Engines, you may use ads right away. However, if you are creating a community based blog with lots of repeat visitors, try not to put ads on the blog before you reach the monthly 1000 unique visitors mark. You won't earn much, and might lose a couple of hundred repeat visitors.

        All said and done, if you place a single ad unit in a non-intrusive spot, you can put it on as soon as the site is ready.
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        • Profile picture of the author WilliamBerg
          I agree completely with the above speaker but want to add that it also depends on how high the competition in your niche is. If you are going after an easy keyword i recommend just slapping them on their, if it his a keyword with a lot of competition you should wait and start building links as many quality links are easier to get without ads on your site.
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        • Profile picture of the author Elsoft
          Originally Posted by indihow View Post

          It really depends on what the site is about.

          If it offers professional services like SEO, Writing, Programming etc. try to get clients first, and then test whether the rate of conversion drops due to the ads.

          If you are offering free tools like Duplicate Content Checker or Website Stats Checker, you may use ads right away.

          If you have a blog which has few visitors, but all from Search Engines, you may use ads right away. However, if you are creating a community based blog with lots of repeat visitors, try not to put ads on the blog before you reach the monthly 1000 unique visitors mark. You won't earn much, and might lose a couple of hundred repeat visitors.

          All said and done, if you place a single ad unit in a non-intrusive spot, you can put it on as soon as the site is ready.
          Thanks.My website is about the press release writing and distribution services that I offer.From what you suggest,probably I should wait a bit to get some more traffic before I look for revenue from ads.Thanks for the advise.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kecia
    I always wait until the site has been indexed. It has been suggested to wait in my Adsense guides and by other marketers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
    What do you mean free. It will still be free with adsense on it

    I would suggest putting it up asap.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    Lisa Parmely recommends leaving the ads OFF the site until you have it accepted in some of the paid directories, which can be quite strict in terms of their guidelines.

    I follow this principle and feel it makes perfect sense.
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    • Profile picture of the author arttse
      I agree re Lisa's views.

      I would only put adsense on a site as a last resort - when I cant monetise it any other way.

      I build authority sites. If I put adsense on an authority site I would devalue my site.

      Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

      Lisa Parmely recommends leaving the ads OFF the site until you have it accepted in some of the paid directories, which can be quite strict in terms of their guidelines.

      I follow this principle and feel it makes perfect sense.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Hampton
      Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

      Lisa Parmely recommends leaving the ads OFF the site until you have it accepted in some of the paid directories, which can be quite strict in terms of their guidelines.

      I follow this principle and feel it makes perfect sense.
      I agree that this makes sense. But there is a way around it. Though it's a bit sneaky. It is possible to hide ads from certain referrers. This can be done with a plugin or through some themes (CTR Theme --a recent WSO-- does this. ) When you submit to a directory, you configure it to hide ads from visitors from that domain.
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  • We suggest setting everything up when you are making your website you might earn in cents initially but it would eventually add up
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  • Profile picture of the author Elsoft
    I think from what many of warrior suggest and considering what I offer through my website I shall keep my website ad free for now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Elsoft
    Thanks a lot every body.Very nice to hear from you all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Elsoft
    Excuse for the question .What WSO mean.I hear it alot on this forum.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Hampton
      Originally Posted by Elsoft View Post

      Excuse for the question .What WSO mean.I hear it alot on this forum.
      WSO = "Warrior Special Offer." It's a section here on the forum. It is the candy store of internet marketing.
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      • Profile picture of the author Elsoft
        Originally Posted by Jeff Hampton View Post

        WSO = "Warrior Special Offer." It's a section here on the forum. It is the candy store of internet marketing.
        Thanks a lot Jeff Hampton.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Peltonen
    I'll vote for the answer of putting ads after your site's been indexed by google. There have been some cases where people gained normal rate of visitors when they started their site and put some ads to it. But the ranking turned out to be very low because it was not indexed to Google.
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    • Profile picture of the author Elsoft
      Originally Posted by Alex Peltonen View Post

      I'll vote for the answer of putting ads after your site's been indexed by google. There have been some cases where people gained normal rate of visitors when they started their site and put some ads to it. But the ranking turned out to be very low because it was not indexed to Google.
      My website is indexed by Google and climbing up well.However I would like to wait on adsense as the website is primarily based on the service I offer.So I would reserve ad revenues for sometime.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikemeth
    I put right away when I make new site.
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  • Profile picture of the author djmoneyblog
    Its better to use adsense ads after getting above 500 uniques per day. First try to make trust by providing quality contents and better optimize for search engines. After getting lots of search engine traffic, you will start making bucks.

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    • Profile picture of the author thomaspaylor
      Originally Posted by djmoneyblog View Post

      Its better to use adsense ads after getting above 500 uniques per day. First try to make trust by providing quality contents and better optimize for search engines. After getting lots of search engine traffic, you will start making bucks.
      Im sorry but i disagree.

      You dont need hundreds of thousands of visitors to make money from Adsense at all. This a complete myth.

      Its about creating really targeted sites in high CPC niches.

      For example, here are the stats from one of my sites yesterday.

      45 page views, 4 clicks, £3.41 earnings. (approx $5)

      This site will earn approx. £100 ($150) this month from Adsense.

      I consider that a decent about of extra income to miss out on each month if i were to wait until the website had 500 uniques a day. This site is 4 weeks old and i put adsense on my sites as soon as the sites are finished.

      Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikelmraz
    Originally Posted by Elsoft View Post

    Whats the best time to put Adsense to your website
    The next day after every full moon 2.10pm
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    • Profile picture of the author substance
      I just check your site and it is services based website so I think since you are already monetizing it, there is no need to put ad-sense.

      I have never seen adsense on a service based website unless it is an authority site with tons of visitors interms of 10ks+ per day.

      I have just got approved for adsense but they are still showing blanks ads on my site. Wonder how long they takes..
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  • Profile picture of the author apnavarun
    There is no problem if you put adsense when you launch a website. But If you really want to increase to very high then set a target and after you get satisfying no. of visitors then start using adsense or any other ads as these ads impacts on pagespeed (ads slows down webpage speed) which now is a ranking factor by google.
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  • Profile picture of the author frank07
    Adsense is the best paying site. You earn through c.p.m. & c.p.i. which means the higher the traffic and the greater number of people clicking your displayed ads on your site the better your earning would be. I suggest the day you had your google ID publisher its best to copy paste the html so as to display ads on your site. Don't worry about few visitors, as time passes and the more you work on your site eventually all goes well and people will be visiting your site and this could be in bulk.
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