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Thursday, 21 November 2019

How Much Money Can i Make from Google AdSense

Setting Up Google AdSense - How much money can you make from Google AdSense? A Question shrouded in Deep Mystery.





There are 2 Main AdSense Earning points from Google:

1. AdSense for Content Ads - Top Level Domain Ads
2. AdSense for Video - YouTubeYouTube New Monetization Rules




Key Factors influencing AdSense Earnings:

a) The Highest AdSense Earnings are from Organic Searches on the Google Search Engine to your ranked website. The client finds an advert without any influence and performs an action (signup etc).

b) Interested Viewer Earnings - From subscriptions and regular visitors.

c) Viral Content - Not all content will go viral - Don't quit your day job - Viral Visits result in a Low Overall Cents per Click (CPC) - Damaging to your channel in the long term.

Its is impossible to know how much money you would make from Google AdSense. Enough money thou would be millions of organic subscribers loving your interesting and unique content.

If your AdSense Blogger BlogSpot Ads are Blank or Not Showing have a look at our AdSense SOS Guide





Once you get AdSense Approval it is important to keep your traffic and content organic in order to Obtain an overall High CPC - Cents per Click.




To Grow A Network of Followers and Subscribers will take some time. Organic interested visitors are the key to building your network. Social Media Channels are useful and valuable. To Learn how to Grow A Network of Social Media Followers read Our Build Your Social Network Guide. 1 Real Follower is Better than a 1000 Robots.


Below is a screenshot of our YouTube Video AdSense Earnings before the New Monetization Rules. Tons of small publishers were sidelined and kicked to the curb. Small Publishers do not matter anymore to YouTube and a channel has to be big in order to earn. Unique channels will never grow, and even if they do the Money is not great unless your traffic is in the Millions.




So the Million Dollar Question - Is Google AdSense worth it for Publishers? The answer is No. Unless your website is driving traffic in the millions the entire experience will be more fun and thrilling rather than profitable... You may be able to buy some minor groceries after about 2 years.




Add Your Website to Google Search Console and Google Webmaster Tools and be found on the Google Search Engine.







Article by: Zaheer Bux - 22/11/2019 - 01:11am

Friday, 12 October 2018

How To Pick The Right KEYWORDS for Google Search

Picking the right KEYWORDS for Google - Rank 1 on Google and Dominate Searches in 2018 ...

Every Business will have a unique set of Targeting Keywords...


What are KEYWORDS ... KEYWORDS are words that people type into search engines like google to find specific services or items...

How to pick the right #Keywords to rank on #Google #Search...?



Identify your Business Services and make them the Base Keywords for your Metadata ... 2018 ... Think about what people would search if they as customers are looking for your small business...

Remember time and effort will enable your business to dominate the market...

Live Lab Staff ...





Monday, 27 August 2018

How To Rank No.1 on Google - SEO - METADATA KEYWORDS TARGETING for Small Businesses

Small Business - SEO - METADATA KEYWORDS and Geographical TARGETING





Understanding search engine optimization is essential for any small business... This often puts the small business ahead of competitors and dominates the local searches...



Most people are lazy and type as least possible words into search engines...




There are 3 main components to local searches... Local people looking for things...

1. Geography and Areas.
2. Product - Service - Working Systems.
3. Unique Variable.

Note all your keywords down and these words will form the base of your Metadata... Spread the words around your social media and web channels... Train the search engines to recognize you as a point of interest... Enhance your position with Maps, Videos, Sponsored Posts and Blogs. 

Article by Live Lab Staff - 2018





Saturday, 16 December 2017

Business Logo - Make A Free Business Logo with Microsoft PowerPoint

How To Make A Free Business Logo with Microsoft Powerpoint... Perfection is Everything... Pick and Play with Various Fonts and Colours...


Do Not Clutter the Layout... Add the relevant images, elements and details...



It is important to check backgrounds and groupings... Save as a picture... ADD Keywords For MetaData ... Reinsert and crop the image to perfection... Resave using the same alias...

On Other Blogs ... How To Build A Network Of Social Media Followers

Live Lab Staff...




Sunday, 24 September 2017

Adsense - How to Remove the Warning - Your AdSense account is enabled only to show ads on YouTube. If you want to show ads on a different site, you'll need to provide us with the URL of the site you want to monetize.

How to Remove the Adsense Warning...

Your AdSense account is enabled only to show ads on YouTube. If you want to show ads on a different site, you'll need to provide us with the URL of the site you want to monetize.


You get this warning because your Adsense for content ads are not approved. Youtube Adsense is a Hosted Adsense Account. Blogger Adsense is also considered a Hosted Adsense Account.



In order to get Content Ad Approval you need to first build and then provide a TLD - Top Level Domain - Website with quality content and not a .blogspot. URL. Once you are ready to apply for Adsense you place the Adsense code in the *head* section of your Website or Page Templates.

Make sure you follow and comply with all the Adsense Program Policy Guidelines to prevent your account from being rejected or banned.

More Search Engine Optimization Videos ... Live Lab Search Engine Optimization

More Content Advertising and Marketing Videos ... Live Lab SEO - Content Advertising and Marketing Videos.






Wednesday, 26 July 2017

2018 - How to Embed Amazon Ads in Your Joomla Website

2018 - How to Embed Amazon Ads in Your Joomla Website ...





An Adsense Alternative is Amazon Advertisements...

Amazon has in recent years become a Global Internet Sales Powerhouse...

There are less rules and minimum risk issues regarding the monetizing of you content and content ad approval requests....

More SEO Videos... Live Lab Search Engine Optimization


Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Joomla 3 - Google Analytics Verification on a Joomla 3 Template

How to Verify Your Joomla 3 Websites using Google Analytics.


Google Analytics allows Webmaster the ability to track page performance in real time. Google analytics does require a Gmail access as well as Webmaster site verification.



Google Analytics will allow you to track page views, devices and geography....

Traffic Data is stored and can be accessed years back should you require however this is dependent on the date you verify your website.

A few Joomla Templates allow webmasters the ability to paste the analytical property ID however the *head* page can be accessed by Template Manager - Select Template - Edit Personal CSS - Index.php should you be required to paste the Google Analytics Tracking ID.

More Videos... Live Lab Search Engine Optimization





Thursday, 20 July 2017

How to Check if Your YouTube Ads are Monetized

How to check if Your YouTube Ads are Monetized...



To Apply to the Youtube Partner Program and Start Earning ... Youtube Partner Program...

Only channels that have greater than 10 000 views will be monetized...

More... Live Lab Search Engine Optimization

Thursday, 12 November 2015

How To Choose Your Website Domain




How To Chose Your Website Domain


 Your Website Domain must encompass your business framework...

Good Hosting cost Money

Your Domain can be a .com .org .za .net ...

Avoid long domain names...


Tuesday, 17 February 2015

How To Make a Great Business Logo

Your company's logo is the foundation of your business branding. It is probably the first interaction that you will have with your customers. An effective logo can establish the right tone and set the proper ethos. After years of crafting logos for different projects, I've come up with a set of questions that I always ask myself before delivering a new logo.


1. What emotions does the logo evoke?



Above all design guidelines, the most important criterion is whether the logo reflects the character of the company. The emotions that the logo evoke should be appropriate to the company values. For example, the Disney logo evokes a sense of happiness and optimism. The curvy, fun typeface is appropriate for a company that has been making cartoons and animated pictures for kids. However, a similar logo style on a sales platform would not be appropriate.



Designers should understand the psychology of colors and the effect that typeface has on the design of a great logo. For example, green promotes relaxation and usually reflects growth, health, and the environment. Red, on the other hand, may evoke danger and passionate emotions. Similarly for typefaces, Garamond, Helvetica, and Comic Sans all elicit very different sentiments. Serif fonts like Garamond promote the idea of respect and tradition, and are hence more suitable for an environment that demands integrity such as a university or a news publisher. Sans Serif fonts like Helvetica are clean and modern, and are well suited for high-tech businesses.


Casual script fonts like Comic Sans are probably best left for fun companies such as toy companies. A good understanding of the psychology of colors, typefaces, and shapes is an important part of making a great logo.


The styling of the Disney logo is appropriate for a company that aims to be fun, but such a style would not be appropriate for a sales platform company.


2. What's the meaning behind the logo?



Behind every great logo is a story. A great logo is not about slapping your business name on a generic shape, which is why choosing from ready-made logos is a poor idea. A logo has to have a meaningful story. A good designer first understands the culture of the company, the tone of the product, and the vision of the business, much before embarking on ideas for the logo. The end result of a quality logo is reflective of the philosophy and values of the company.


The arrow in the logo represents that Amazon sells everything from A to Z and the smile on the customer's face when they buy a product.


3. Will the logo stand the test of time?

How will the logo look in two, 10, 20 years? Designers should avoid getting sucked into flavor-of the-month trends. Trends like ultra-thin fonts and flat shadows are design styles that will probably not stand the test of time. Simple is far better than complex. A simple yet memorable logo can be used in 20 years without looking dated.


A good way to test the logo is to let it sit with you for a while before releasing it. Some logos grow with you—the more you look at it, the more you like it. Some logos start to feel nauseating after a while—the more you look at it, the more you hate it. If after a couple of weeks with the logo you find it boring, the logo is probably not strong or timeless enough.


The simplistic outline and shape of the Apple Inc. logo allows it to endure the test of time. The first prototype of the logo would definitely not be suitable today.


4. Is it unique? Can it be instantly recognizable?



A great logo is distinctive, memorable, and recognizable. Even if you have only seen it once, you should still be able to remember what it looks like after a period of time. A good way to test this is to show your logo to a friend, then cover it up and have your friend describe the logo in a week. A fresh pair of eyes can be very effective in figuring out the most memorable components of a logo.
In addition, if the logo reminds you of others you have seen, it is not distinct enough.


The logos of Path and Pinterest are very similar.


5. How does it look in black and white?



When I begin designing a logo, I always start in black and white. Designing with this limitation first forces you to make sure that the logo is recognizable purely by its shape and outline, and not by its color. A strong logo is one that is still memorable just by its contours.


A one-color logo also provides the benefit of using your brand easily in multiple mediums with different backgrounds and textures.


It is much harder to recognize the National Geographic symbol once we remove its signature yellow colour.


6. Is it clear and distinct in small dimensions?




Another way to make sure logos are simple and recognizable is to scale it down dramatically. Even at tiny resolutions, a strong logo should still be recognizable at a glance. This is also a good test to make sure that the logo is not complicated with unnecessary design flourishes. Here, you see that the Nike, McDonalds, Twitter, and WWF logos are still very distinct at small sizes. The GE and Starbucks logos are far more cluttered, and less recognizable when they are small.




These are not hard-and-fast rules, just guidelines for making an effective logo. It is still possible to make a strong, complicated logo, but understand the trade-offs.


This article was edited and republished with permission from the author. Read the original here.


  Lo Min Ming - cofounder of Pixelapse, a visual version control platform for designers.


Fast Company




Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Setup Your Google Business






Set Up Your Business Page

You will of course need a Google account and personal profile (make sure you use your real, full name) to get started and once this is in place you can go ahead and create your business page. This will bear the name of your company and you will need to select the type of page that you’re creating, choosing from: 

Shop front – choose if you have a retail business
Service area – for the service industry including professional/business services such as marketing
Brand – products, bands, charities and so on

Once you’ve done this, search for your business by inputting the postcode into the maps page and choosing ‘none of these’ if your business doesn’t appear in the list. Once you’ve done this you’ll see a box appear where you can enter the name and address details of your business.

Important: this is your Google business page so if you have a website and directory listings then enter the address and phone details in the exact same format as it appears elsewhere on the web to optimise for local SEO.

Once you’ve entered your business address and telephone number, you’ll also have to put in the kind of business that you’re in and then you’re ready to go. Enter your business website too and remember that your listing will have to be verified either by phone or postcard, the latter of which can take a little while to come through. Once it’s been verified though, you can start to add more information.
Filling in About Section



In the about section you’re going to want to enter a brief overview of what you do. Keep this snappy, don’t bore your readers, as they’ll want to be able to see what your business is about at a glance. Keep sentences and paragraphs short and factual, don’t pretty it up with a lot of flowery language but do use keywords that are relevant to your business.

You have space for your tagline which should be a short sentence describing your business or your company strapline. You then have the story space where you can expand on your tagline and give more information. Make sure that in the links section, you link to your website and all of your social profiles.




Monday, 12 January 2015

WebSite Marketing your Internet Business

Create Your Startup:

Have you long been considering the thought of starting a web site marketing internet business?

Then, you need to gear up for the battle ahead by acquainting yourself with some good tips that will help you do things effectively. The internet is a really promising place where you can generate lots of money if you just know the right tricks needed to do so. This is because when you get a business started online, the entire world is your audience. In other words, you can create a really large client base without having to spend too much money for ads and promotions. Through the help of the world wide web, you can turn a simple small business into a global business with lots of customers. 



Lets get you started on things through the basics of the web site marketing internet business. First, you have to be familiar with all of the platforms that the online world offers you to market and promote your business. Creating a website isnt the only thing that you have to do so that you can be effective at internet marketing. The different platforms of online marketing include business marketing website; business press releases; business marketing blogs; business networking; business marketing research; business advertising; and business email marketing. Ill be discussing tips on effectively using your website and handling business blogs.

Lets start with your website. This needs to serve as a good reflection of your business. Keep things simple by creating clean and simple pages that are composed of concise and high quality content. Creating a good site starts with the URL. The one that you choose has to be good at attracting attention but you mustnt make it sound like its fake. Putting glitters, colorful ingredients and other stuff that will give your pages good looks is a good idea but its not a requirement online. You dont have to focus too much on the looks of your website. Instead, you need to think of ways as to how you can make it spit out cash for you. A beautiful website will be of no value if it doesnt have the ability to produce revenue for its owner. Your site shouldnt be complicated. Make it friendly to your visitors so that they wont end up finding it difficult to navigate through your content and looking for the information that they need.

Let's move on to business blogs. Blogs are really an effective tool online today because they allow business owners to have up close and personal interactions with their clientele. In this way, they can effectively prove to people that they are trustworthy and that they offer high quality products and services that will offer good benefits. Blogs are now considered as a very efficient communication medium because of the quickly increasing number of bloggers every single day. Most of internet marketers today set up blogs to complement the results of their main websites.


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