Sunday, August 29, 2010

Procedure of International Tender

Usually Govt. Semi Govt. and Private Organizations call for purchasing many kind of goods through Int’l tender. They Float International tender in order to participate for foreign suppliers/manufacturers. A local agent can participate in any respective Int’l tender through their foreign principal.
Procedure of Int’l Tender
*On receipt of confirmation from foreign supplier, local agent should Purchase the tender Documents.
*Sending tender documents to the principal by mail.
*Foreign principal shall prepare the Tender Documents according to the tender Documents rules and conditions.
*Bid-bond/Earnest money/Bid money will be furnished by principal or local agent as per the tender documents. *Local agent’s commission shall be fixed within 3%-7% on invoice value/ total CFR price after discussion with the principal.
*In the tender documents, their are three parts, i.e. financial, commercial & another is technical proposal. Some times Int’l tender are one envelop system and some times, it is two envelop system.
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In the one envelop system financial proposal will be opened first and in the two envelop system only the technical proposal will be opened first.
While furnishing any tender documents to the principal, they will return the bid proposal to the local agent & after checking the entire documents, local agent will submit the proposal to the purchasing organization on the due date & time, including bid bond. If the principal becomes lowest in price and technically sound, they will get the award of notification. After getting the award of notification, the purchasing organization shall go for contract document with their foreign company & also shall open L/C in favor of foreign principal.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Diclaration (Gosonapotro)

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Bank Solvency Certificate

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN


This is to Certify that M/s. M. R. Enterprise, Proprietor S.M Salim, 15 Mirbagh, Moghbazar, Dhaka-1217, maintains a current account bearing No. 001003517. The present balance of the account is Tk. 22,84,111.00 (Twenty Two Lac Eighty Four Thousand One Hundred Eleven) only is today. A statement of account is enclosed here with.

To the best of our knowledge they are financially solvent.

This certificate has been issued of the request of S. M. Alam without any engagement on the part of Janata Bank or any its employee.

We wish them every success in life.

Yesmin Nodi

Yesmin Nodi কিছু মেঘ, কিছু বৃস্টি, একাকী বসে থাকা নিরব দৃষ্টি।কিছু অশ্রু, কিছু আলো, বিবর্ণ কিছু আধার, ফেরারী কিছু রাত।অনন্ত কিছু কষ্ট, অহেতুক কিছু সময় নষ্ট।নির্ঘুম কিছু আশা, অসম কিছু ভালোবাসা, অপূর্ণ কিছু রিলেশন, অবিন্শ্বর জনম জনম।

Tender Enquiry

Tender Enquiry No. Pur-18T/146/2005 Date-25/04/2005

1. Binimoy Traders

Technical and Commercial Particulars of Bid

a) Manufacturer Name : Binimoy Traders, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

b) Test Certificate: Furnished

c) Printed Catalog: Enclosed

d) Supply Record: Furnished

e) End User Certificate: Furnished

f) Quoted for full quantity

g) Delivery Schedule: Furnished as per requirement 120 days.

h) Bid Validity Offer: 150 days as per requirement.

i) Bank Guaranty/Bid Bond: Furnished
P.O. No-_____________date- _____________
Amount: 2,10,000/= (Taka Two Lac Ten Thousand only),
__________ Bank, ____________ Branch, Dhaka.

j) Bank Solvency Certificate: Furnished

k) Warranty Certificate: Furnished

l) Manufacturer Technical Particulars: Furnished

m) Bidder’s Trade License, VAT Registrations and TIN : Furnished

n) Authorization from Manufacturer: Furnished

o) Quoted Price is Unit Price Taka 73,25,000/= and Total Price is Taka Seventy Three Lac Twenty Five Thousand only.

Qualification for Local Tender Enquiry

The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
1 No. Abdul Gani Road
Bidhyut Bhaban (4th Floor),
BPDB, Dhaka-1000

Subject: Qualification for Local Tender Enquiry No Pur-18T/146/2005 Date. 25.04.2005

Dear Sir,

We bring to your kind notice that as per your clause No 3.00. We are submitting the following information.

We have adequate funds to meet that financial obligation incident to this work (Bank solvency certificates herewith for your necessary action)
We have adequate technical knowledge and practical experience (Past record of Supply experience of similar nature of work enclosed herewith)
We are maintaining permanent place of Business mentioning on our letter head pad (Trade License enclosed herewith)
There is no pending claim of PDB & other Govt. & Semi Govt. with M/s. Binimoy Traders

Thanking you
For M/s. Binimoy Traders

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Certificate of Origin

Date: 03/10/2007.

To

The Executive Engineer

Generator, Switchgear & protection

1-4 Unit, Ghorasal Power Station

BPDB, Palash

Narsingdi.

Invitation for Tender No. GPS/Maint.1-4 Unit/04.001/2007/357 Date: 18/08/2007.

Certificate of Origin

We do hereby certify that the Supplying including Installation, Testing and Commissioning of 130 Nos. of Lead Acid Industrial Battery of Approx. 800AH Capacity for Unit No-1&2 fo Ghorasal Power Station offered herein have been Supplier in Reliance Storage Energy & Systems Pvt. Ltd. (RICO),3 & 3A, Ambica Mukherjee Road, Belghria, Calcutta, India and that any produced supply of 130 Nos. of Lead Acid Industrial Battery of Approx. 800AH Capacity Shall be substantially different in basic characteristics or any components for utility purpose.

We further certify that the offered items shall be from any port of Calcutta, India.

Signature of Tenderer:

Name of Tenderer: M/S. M R Enterprise, Dhaka.

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The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
1 No. Abdul Gani Road
Bidyut Bhaban (4th Floor)
BPDB, Dhaka-1000


Certificate of Origin

We do hereby certify that the Service Dead End Clamp, Insulated Service Bail offered under the tender enquire no- Pur-18T/146/2005 dated 25.04.2005 by the Bangladesh Power Development Board. Dhaka, Bangladesh has been produced in Bangladesh, any produced the Service Dead End Clamp, Insulated Service Bail shall be substantially different in basic characteristics or any components for utility purpose.

We further certify that the Service Dead End Clamp, Insulated Service Bail offered shall be supplied from our factory warehouse.

For M/s. Binimoy Traders

Bid Proposal

Date: 03/10/2007.

To

The Executive Engineer

Generator, Switchgear & protection

1-4 Unit, Ghorasal Power Station

BPDB, Palash

Narsingdi.

Sub: Proposal of Bid against Invitation for Tender No. GPS/Maint.1-4 Unit/04.001 /2007/357 Date: 18/08/2007.

Dear Sir

We are pleased to participate in the Tender for Supplying including Installation, Testing and Commissioning of 130 Nos. of Lead Acid Industrial Battery of Approx.800AH Capacity for Unit No-1&2 of Ghorasal Power Station under your kind disposal. We are supplying such kind of materials in proper specification, as you desire. In the mentioned we have supplied a bulk quantities of BPDB, BMDA (Necessary documents are enclose).

As per instruction, we are submitting herewith “DUPLICATE” “TRIPLICATE” marked with Original Tender Document duly filled up and signed including all wanted required documents for your kind perusal.

Our bid will remain valid up to 150(One hundred fifty) days from the date of opening. BPDB has no claim against our Company.

Hope that our offer will be accepted to you and the necessary order will be issued from your end to supply the tendered material.

Thanking you

Sincerely Yours

S M Alam (Ratan)

Proprietor

M R Enterpries

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The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
1 No. Abdul Gani Road,
Bidyut Bhaban (4th floor),
BPDB, Dhaka-1000

Subject: Bid Proposal for supply of Service Dead End Clamp, Insulated Service Bail against Tender Enquiry No. Pur-18T/146/2005 Dated: 25.04.2005 Opened on 07.06.2005

Dear Sir,
We have the pleasure to submit our offer for supply of Service Dead End Clamp, Insulated Service Bail against tender enquiry no. Pur – 18T/146/2005 Dated : 25.04.2005 Opened on 07.06.2005. We pleased to submit here with 1(One) set of original & 3(Three) set duplicate, triplicate & quadruplicate with necessary of Tender Document duly as follows :


1. Earnest Money : PO. No- 08B 2391937/05/23 dated 06.06.2005
Amount: 2,10,000/= (Taka Two Lac Ten Thousand
only), Agrani Bank, Ramna Branch, Dhaka.

2. Price : The price is fixed and detailed on your prescribed
price schedule-1 (One), price quoted in
Bangladeshi taka.

3. Bid Validity : Our Bid will remain valid for 120 (0ne Hundred
Twenty) days from the date of bid opening. It may
be extended if requested by the purchaser.

4. Manufacturer : M/s. Binimoy Traders, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

5. Delivery : CSD Tongi within time120(One Hundred Twenty)
days as mentioned in delivery Schedule III.

6. Warranty : Duly signed & sealed by the Bidder as attested.

We hope that you will find our offer most competitive and acceptable. We are looking forward to receive your valued order. In case of your require any clarification, Technical or otherwise, please contact with under signed.

Thanking you
(A.S.M. Abdul Hakim)
Proprietor
For M/s. Binimoy Traders

BID FORMATE

BID FORMATE

1.00 This bid forms has to be appropriately filled in typing and to be submitted in support of the bidders full-fledged offer under a cover letter addressed to the Project Director, 18- Town Power Distribution Project (Phase – II). Offer submitted with an incomplete Bid shall be rejected.

1.01 Tender Enquiry No. : Pur – 18T/146/2005 Dated: 25.04.2005

1.02 Bidder’s Name & Address : M/s. Binimoy Traders
3, Shahid Taj Uddin Ahamed Sarani
Dhaka-1217.
-
1.03 Bidders Reference No & Date : BT/PD18T/2005/110 Date 07.06.2005

1.04 Description of Materials : Supply of the Service Dead End Clamp,
Insulated Service Bail

1.05 Earnest Money (Bank Guarantee/ : PO. No- 08B 2391937/05/23 dated 06.06.2005
Draft No/Pay Order No. & Date) Amount: 2,10,000/= (Taka Two Lac Ten Thousand only), Agrani Bank, Ramna Branch, Dhaka.

1.06 Bank Draft No/Pay Order No & Date : P.O. No- 325328 Date- 30.052005
(Against which the Tender Export Import Bank of Bangladesh Limited,
document is purchased) Motijheel Br, Dhaka.-1000

1.07 Bid Validity Period : 120 ( One Hundred Twenty) days.

1.08 Materials Delivery Period : 120 ( One Hundred Twenty ) days.

1.09 Due Date & Time of Opening : 07.06.2005 at 11.30 A.M.


Signature with seal


Authorized Representative of Tender.

BID BOND/BANK GUARANTEE


BID BOND/BANK GUARANTEE


The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
1 No. Abdul Gani Road
Bidyut Bhaban (4th Floor)
BPDB, Dhaka.


Sub: About Pay Order for Security Money.

We, M/s. Binimoy Traders, 3, Shahid Tajuddin Ahamed Sarani, Bara Moghbazar, Dhaka-1217. The bid for supply of Service Dead End Clamp, Insulated Service Bail
as per Tender Enquiry No. Pur-18T/146/2005 Dated 25.04.2005, we attached this pay Order No- 08B 2391937/05/23 dated 06.06.2005, Agrani Bank, Ramna Branch, Dhaka as Security Money of Taka 2,10,000/= (in words Taka Two Lac Ten Thousand only) in favoring of The Project Director, 18-Town Power Distribution Project, 1 No. Abdul Gani Road, Bidyut Bhaban (4th Floor), BPDB, Dhaka that is mentioned and described as above.

Consequently, we must receive at the above-mentioned office any demand.

Yours truly,
For M/s. Binimoy Traders

PARTICULARS OF CONTRACT AGREEMENT

PARTICULARS OF CONTRACT AGREEMENT



SL Description Page
1. CONTRACT AGREEMENT _
2. PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE _
3. ACCEPTANCE OF NOTIFICATION OF AWARD _
4. NOTIFICATION OF AWARD _
5. PRICE SCHEDULE _
6. DELIVERY SCHEDULE _
7. WARRANTY _
8. SUBMITTED TENDER DOCUMENT INCLUDING AGENDA _
9. ORIGINAL TENDER DOCUMENT

Letter of Acceptance/Intent

The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
Bangladesh Power Development Board
1 Nos, Abdul Gani Road,
Bidhyut Bhaban (4th Floor),
Dhaka- 1000

Sub : Letter of Acceptance
Ref : Notification of Award No. PD/18-Town/Pur-146/2005/254 Date 08.06.2005

With reference to the above we are pleased to submit this unconditional letter of acceptance against your mentioned Notification of Award for supply of Service Dead End Clamp, Insulated Service Bail under 18-Town Power Distribution Project against Tender Enquiry No. Pur-18T/146/2004 Date 25/04/2005

Kindly acknowledge receipt.


Yours truly,
For S. M. Construction
The Project Director
*********************************************

The Project Director

18-Town Power Distribution Project
Bangladesh Power Development Board
1 Nos, Abdul Gani Road,
Bidhyut Bhaban (4th Floor),
Dhaka- 1000

Sub : Letter of Acceptance
Ref : Notification of Award No. PD/18-Town/Pur-147/2005/255 Date 11.06.2005

With reference to the above we are pleased to submit this unconditional letter of acceptance against your mentioned Notification of Award for supply of H-Type Connector for 100/25 sq. mm, H-Type Connector for 50/25 sq. mm, Split Bolt Line Tape Connector for 120/95-100 sq. mm under 18-Town Power Distribution Project against Tender Enquiry No. Pur-18T/147/2004 Date 26/04/2005

Kindly acknowledge receipt.


Yours truly,
For S. M. Construction
*********************************************
The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
Bangladesh Power Development Board
1 Nos, Abdul Gani Road,
Bidhyut Bhaban (4th Floor),
Dhaka- 1000

Sub : Letter of Acceptance
Ref : Notification of Award No. PD/18-Town/Pur-148/2005/257 Date 16.06.2005



With reference to the above we are pleased to submit this unconditional letter of acceptance against your mentioned Notification of Award for supply of Split Bolt Line Tape Connector for 50/70-50 sq. mm, H-Type Connector for 50/25 sq. mm, Service Dead End Clamp under 18-Town Power Distribution Project against Tender Enquiry No. Pur-18T/148/2004 Date 27/04/2005

Kindly acknowledge receipt.


Yours truly,
For S. M. Construction

Prayer for Approval of Technical Data Schedule and Drawings for

The Project Director
18 Town Power Distribution Project
1 No, Abdul Gani Road (4th Floor),
Bidhyut Bhaban, BPDB,
Dhaka-1000.


Sub: Prayer for Approval of Technical Data Schedule and Drawings for
Contract No- Pur- 18T/146/2004/SM Date 13/06/2005


Dear Sir,
In reference to the above mention as per terms and condition of the contract, before supply of the materials, should approve the drawings and technical data of related materials from BPDB. So that we are submitting to you, 3(three) set of drawings and technical data for approval and necessary action.

Thanking you.
For S. M. Construction

Chalan (Bangla Format) Copy & Pest to MS/Word

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Application for purchase of tender document 4 Format)

The Manager

(Procurement & Contract Management). DESCO

House # 3, Road # 24, Block # K

Banani Model Town,

Dhaka 1213, Bangladesh

Sub: Purchase of Tender Document for Civil Construction Works & Related Service

against Tender No. 15/2009.

Invitation Ref. No. DESCO/Procurement/ Local Tender/2009/609 dated 09/08/2009

Dear Sir,

We are interested to participate Ref. Tender for which we would like to purchase the Tender Document for the above works.

Please issue us the above tender document.

Thanking you,

Encl: Pay Order No. 2952139 dated 31-08-09,

(Tk. 5000.00). Janata Bank Ltd.

Noab Abdul Gani Road Branch.

Dhaka.

**************************************************************
The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
1 No. Abdul Gani Road
Bidyut Bhaban (4th Floor)
BPDB, Dhaka.



Subject: Application for purchase of tender document against the tender
enquiry no. Pur-18T/146/2005 Dated- 25-04-2005


Dear Sir,

With best regards to state that we are interested to participate in the tender enquiry no. Pur-18T/146/2005 Dated- 25-04-2005

So, therefore, issue a tender document described above.



Yours truly,

Enclosed: P.O. No-


P.O. No- 434623 Date- 30.05.2005
The City Bank Limited, Mouchack Br,
Malibagh, Dhaka
Amount 1000/= (One Thousand) Taka only.

*********************************************
The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
1 No. Abdul Gani Road
Bidyut Bhaban (4th Floor)
BPDB, Dhaka.




Subject: Application for purchase of tender document against the tender
enquiry no. Pur-18T/147/2005 Dated- 26-04-2005



Dear Sir,

With best regards to state that we are interested to participate in the tender enquiry no. Pur-18T/147/2005 Dated- 26-04-2005

So, therefore, issue a tender document described above.



Yours truly,


Enclosed: P.O. No-



P.O. No- 434624 Date- 30.05.2005
The City Bank Limited, Mouchack Br,
Malibagh, Dhaka
Amount 1000/= (One Thousand) Taka only.
*******************************************
The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
1 No. Abdul Gani Road
Bidyut Bhaban (4th Floor)
BPDB, Dhaka.




Subject: Application for purchase of tender document against the tender
enquiry no. Pur-18T/148/2005 Dated- 27-04-2005



Dear Sir,

With best regards to state that we are interested to participate in the tender enquiry no. Pur-18T/148/2005 Dated- 27-04-2005

So, therefore, issue a tender document described above.



Yours truly,





Enclosed: P.O. No-



P.O. No- 434625 Date- 30.05.2005
The City Bank Limited, Mouchack Br,
Malibagh, Dhaka
Amount 1000/= (One Thousand) Taka only.

CONTRACT AGREEMENT (Format)


CONTRACT NO. Pur-18T/146/2004/SM Date 13.06.2005


CONTRACT AGREEMENT

This CONTRACT AGREEMENT made and entered into this 13th day of June 2005, between The Project Director, 18 Town Power Distribution Project, 1 No. Abdul Gani Road, Biddyut Bhaban, (4th Floor), Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh. Party of the FIRST PART and herein after called the PURCHASER / OWNER and S. M. Construction, 268, Shajahanpur, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh Party of the SECOND PART and herein after called CONTRACTOR/ SUPPLIER.


WITNESS

That where as the owner has caused to be prepared a specification and the other contract documents for the supply/ work as herein specified and where as the said contractor has submit to the owner a tender in accordance with the terms of the Contract Agreement, and where as owner, is determined & selected the aforesaid contractor who has submitted the lowest responsive tender for said supply/ work and duly awarded to the said contract for a sum agreed upon in this contract.

NOW THERFORE, In consideration of the prices to be paid to the contractor and of the mutual agreement herein contained, to this presents have agreed and hereby agree, the owner for itself and its successfully and the contractor for itself, or themselves or its, his or their successors and assigns, or its, or their executor and administrator as follows.

ARTICLE # I : That the contractor shall delivery of Service Dead End Clamp 15000 Nos, Insulated Service Bail 10000 Nos against Letter of Intent No Pur-18T/146/2004/254 date 08/06/2005 to the Purchaser’s stores specified and shall execute a complete all work/ supply included by the owner’s official award of the Contract Agreement to the said contractor.

ARTICLE # II : That shall pay to the contractor for requirements/ material embraced in this Contract
Agreement and contract will accept as full prices there of the sum Tk. 72,17,600/=
( Seventy Two Lac Seventeen Thousand Six Hundred )only subject to adjustment as ( provided by the contractor if any) for all work/ covered and included in the contract award designated in the Article no-1.


ARTICLE # III : That time of material delivery is of the essences of the Contract Agreement and that the
contractor shall proceed with the special work and shall confirm to the delivery schedule of the contract. The Procurement will be financed out of the fund available to Bangladesh Power Development Board under allocation of Local Taka and the expenditure shall be booked against The Project Director, 18 Town Power Distribution Project, BPDB, Dhaka. in the year 2004-2005.


WITENESS THEREFORE THE PARTIES THERE TO HAVE EXECUTED THIS CONTRACT AGREEMENT AS OF THE DAY AND FIRST ABOVE WRITTEN.




CONTRACTOR’S NAME OWNER’S NAME


FOR AND ON BEHALF OF FOR AND ON BEHALF OF
S. M. Construction BANGLADESH POWER
DEVELOPMENT BOARD








( Md. Forkan ) ( Md. Shahidul Alam )
S. M. Construction Project Director
18 Town, Power Distribution Project, BPDB, Dhaka.

WITNESS



(R&I) Bangladesh Power Development Board

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Abywjwct-

1 cwiPvjK, bKmvI cwi`k©b-2, weD‡ev, XvKv
2 cwiPvjK, ˆe`y¨wZK miÄvg cwi`ßi, weD‡ev, XvKv
3 wbev©nx cÖ‡KŠkjx (wcGÛwW)-1/2, AÎ `ßi
4 DcmwPe, weZib, weD‡ev, XvKv
5 Dc-wefvMxq cÖ‡KŠkjx, AÎ `ßi
6 mnKvix cwiPvjK (wnmve), AÎ `ßi
7 M/s Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv, Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvj mgyn wmGwW, UsMx weD‡ev, MvRxcy‡i mieiv‡ni Aby‡iva Kiv nBj






cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv






cÖKí cwiPvj‡Ki `ßi
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
1bs Avãyj MwY †ivW,
we`y¨r feb (5g Zjv
weD‡ev, XvKv
‡dvbt 9567121
7169693 evsjv‡`k we`y¨r Dbœqb †evW ©
Bangladesh Power Development Board


__________________________________________________________________________________
¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt / /2005 Bs

Dc-cwiPvjK (†÷vm©)
wmGmwW, U½x
weD‡ev, MvRxcyi



welqt- Pzw³ bs- PUR- 18T/274/2005/Friendship dated- 23/11/05 Gi wecix‡Z †gmvm© Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnK…Z H-Type Connector for 50/25mm2ACSR BZ¨vw` gvjvgvjmg‡n MÖnb cÖm‡½


wel‡q D‡j­wLZ Pzw³i wecix‡Z Pzw³‡Z ewY©Z gvjvgvjmg~n weD‡evi cÖvK mieivn cwi`k©K `j, bKkv I cwi`k©b cwi`ßi-2 I m`m¨ weZibg‡nv`q KZ…©K MÖnb †hvM¨ we‡ewPZ nIqvq meivnKvix cÖwZôvb †gmvm© Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnZe¨ Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvjmgyn MÖn‡bi Rb¨ Aby‡iva Kiv nBj

mshy³t- cÖvK- mieivn cwi`k©b cÖwZ‡e`b,c¨vwKs wj÷ I Pyw³i Kwc


(gyt knx`yj Avjg)
cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv

¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt- / /2005Bs

Abywjwct-

1 cwiPvjK, bKmvI cwi`k©b-2, weD‡ev, XvKv
2 cwiPvjK, ˆe`y¨wZK miÄvg cwi`ßi, weD‡ev, XvKv
3 wbev©nx cÖ‡KŠkjx (wcGÛwW)-1/2, AÎ `ßi
4 DcmwPe, weZib, weD‡ev, XvKv
5 Dc-wefvMxq cÖ‡KŠkjx, AÎ `ßi
6 mnKvix cwiPvjK (wnmve), AÎ `ßi
7 M/s Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv, Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvj mgyn wmGwW, UsMx weD‡ev, 01MvRxcy‡i mieiv‡ni Aby‡iva Kiv nBj





cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv







cÖKí cwiPvj‡Ki `ßi
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
1bs Avãyj MwY †ivW,
we`y¨r feb (5g Zjv
weD‡ev, XvKv
‡dvbt 9567121
7169693 evsjv‡`k we`y¨r Dbœqb †evW ©
Bangladesh Power Development Board


__________________________________________________________________________________
¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt / /2005 Bs

Dc-cwiPvjK (†÷vm©)
wmGmwW, U½x
weD‡ev, MvRxcyi



welqt- Pzw³ bs- PUR- 18T/276/2005/Friendship dated-23/11/05Gi wecix‡Z †gmvm© Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnK…Z H-Type Connector for 100/25mm2 H-Type Connector for 50/25mm2 BZ¨vw` gvjvgvjmg~n MÖnb cÖm‡½


wel‡q D‡j­wLZ Pzw³i wecix‡Z Pzw³‡Z ewY©Z gvjvgvjmg~n weD‡evi cÖvK mieivn cwi`k©K `j, bKkv I cwi`k©b cwi`ßi-2 I m`m¨ weZibg‡nv`q KZ…©K MÖnb †hvM¨ we‡ewPZ nIqvq meivnKvix cÖwZôvb †gmvm© Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnZe¨ Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvjmgyn MÖn‡bi Rb¨ Aby‡iva Kiv nBj

mshy³t- cÖvK- mieivn cwi`k©b cÖwZ‡e`b,c¨vwKs wj÷ I Pyw³i Kwc



(gyt knx`yj Avjg)
cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv

¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt- / /2005Bs

Abywjwct-

1 cwiPvjK, bKmvI cwi`k©b-2, weD‡ev, XvKv
2 cwiPvjK, ˆe`y¨wZK miÄvg cwi`ßi, weD‡ev, XvKv
3 wbev©nx cÖ‡KŠkjx (wcGÛwW)-1/2, AÎ `ßi
4 DcmwPe, weZib, weD‡ev, XvKv
5 Dc-wefvMxq cÖ‡KŠkjx, AÎ `ßi
6 mnKvix cwiPvjK (wnmve), AÎ `ßi
7 M/s Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv, Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvj mgyn wmGwW, UsMx weD‡ev, MvRxcy‡i mieiv‡ni Aby‡iva Kiv nBj





cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv






cÖKí cwiPvj‡Ki `ßi
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
1bs Avãyj MwY †ivW,
we`y¨r feb (5g Zjv
weD‡ev, XvKv
‡dvbt 9567121
7169693 evsjv‡`k we`y¨r Dbœqb †evW ©
Bangladesh Power Development Board


__________________________________________________________________________________
¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt / /2005 Bs

Dc-cwiPvjK (†÷vm©)
wmGmwW, U½x
weD‡ev, MvRxcyi



welqt- Pzw³ bs- PUR- 18T/277/2005/Friendship dated-23/11/05 Gi wecix‡Z †gmvm© Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnK…Z Copper Terminal Lug for 120mm2, Copper Terminal Lug for 95mm2, Copper Terminal Lug for 50mm2 and Service Dead End Clamp BZ¨vw` gvjvgvjmg~n MÖnb cÖm‡½


wel‡q D‡j­wLZ Pzw³i wecix‡Z Pzw³‡Z ewY©Z gvjvgvjmg~n weD‡evi cÖvK mieivn cwi`k©K `j, bKkv I cwi`k©b cwi`ßi-2 I m`m¨ weZibg‡nv`q KZ…©K MÖnb †hvM¨ we‡ewPZ nIqvq meivnKvix cÖwZôvb †gmvm© Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnZe¨ Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvjmgyn MÖn‡bi Rb¨ Aby‡iva Kiv nBj

mshy³t- cÖvK- mieivn cwi`k©b cÖwZ‡e`b,c¨vwKs wj÷ I Pyw³i Kwc




(gyt knx`yj Avjg)
cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv

¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt- / /2005Bs

Abywjwct-

1 cwiPvjK, bKmvI cwi`k©b-2, weD‡ev, XvKv
2 cwiPvjK, ˆe`y¨wZK miÄvg cwi`ßi, weD‡ev, XvKv
3 wbev©nx cÖ‡KŠkjx (wcGÛwW)-1/2, AÎ `ßi
4 DcmwPe, weZib, weD‡ev, XvKv
5 Dc-wefvMxq cÖ‡KŠkjx, AÎ `ßi
6 mnKvix cwiPvjK (wnmve), AÎ `ßi
7 M/s Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv, Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvj mgyn wmGwW, UsMx weD‡ev, MvRxcy‡i mieiv‡ni Aby‡iva Kiv nBj





cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv




cÖKí cwiPvj‡Ki `ßi
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
1bs Avãyj MwY †ivW,
we`y¨r feb (5g Zjv
weD‡ev, XvKv
‡dvbt 9567121
7169693 evsjv‡`k we`y¨r Dbœqb †evW ©
Bangladesh Power Development Board


__________________________________________________________________________________
¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt / /2005 Bs

Dc-cwiPvjK (†÷vm©)
wmGmwW, U½x
weD‡ev, MvRxcyi



welqt- Pzw³ bs- PUR- 18T/278/2005/ Power Connection dated-23/11/05 Gi wecix‡Z †gmvm© Power Connection , XvKv KZ©„K mieivnK…Z Service Dead End Clamp, Split Bolt Line Tap Connector for 100mm2/120-95mm2, Split Bolt Line Tap Connector for 50mm2/70-50mm2, Copper Terminal Lug for 70mm2.BZ¨vw` gvjvgvjmg~n MÖnb cÖm‡½


wel‡q D‡j­wLZ Pzw³i wecix‡Z Pzw³‡Z ewY©Z gvjvgvjmg~n weD‡evi cÖvK mieivn cwi`k©K `j, bKkv I cwi`k©b cwi`ßi-2 I m`m¨ weZibg‡nv`q KZ…©K MÖnb †hvM¨ we‡ewPZ nIqvq meivnKvix cÖwZôvb †gmvm© Power Connection XvKv KZ©„K mieivnZe¨ Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvjmgyn MÖn‡bi Rb¨ Aby‡iva Kiv nBj

mshy³t- cÖvK- mieivn cwi`k©b cÖwZ‡e`b,c¨vwKs wj÷ I Pyw³i Kwc




(gyt knx`yj Avjg)
cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv

¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt- / /2005Bs

Abywjwct-

1 cwiPvjK, bKmvI cwi`k©b-2, weD‡ev, XvKv
2 cwiPvjK, ˆe`y¨wZK miÄvg cwi`ßi, weD‡ev, XvKv
3 wbev©nx cÖ‡KŠkjx (wcGÛwW)-1/2, AÎ `ßi
4 DcmwPe, weZib, weD‡ev, XvKv
5 Dc-wefvMxq cÖ‡KŠkjx, AÎ `ßi
6 mnKvix cwiPvjK (wnmve), AÎ `ßi
7 M/s Power Connection, XvKv, Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvj mgyn wmGwW, UsMx weD‡ev, MvRxcy‡i mieiv‡ni Aby‡iva Kiv nBj



cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv





cÖKí cwiPvj‡Ki `ßi
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
1bs Avãyj MwY †ivW,
we`y¨r feb (5g Zjv
weD‡ev, XvKv
‡dvbt 9567121
7169693 evsjv‡`k we`y¨r Dbœqb †evW ©
Bangladesh Power Development Board


__________________________________________________________________________________
¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt / /2005 Bs

Dc-cwiPvjK (†÷vm©)
wmGmwW, U½x
weD‡ev, MvRxcyi



welqt- Pzw³ bs- PUR- 18T/279/2005/ Super Tech dated-23/11/05 Gi wecix‡Z †gmvm© Super Tech, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnK…Z Service Dead End Clamp H-Type Connector for 50/25mm2ACSR BZ¨vw` gvjvgvjmg~n MÖnb cÖm‡½


wel‡q D‡j­wLZ Pzw³i wecix‡Z Pzw³‡Z ewY©Z gvjvgvjmg~n weD‡evi cÖvK mieivn cwi`k©K `j, bKkv I cwi`k©b cwi`ßi-2 I m`m¨ weZibg‡nv`q KZ…©K MÖnb †hvM¨ we‡ewPZ nIqvq meivnKvix cÖwZôvb †gmvm© Super Tech , XvKv KZ©„K mieivnZe¨ Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvjmgyn MÖn‡bi Rb¨ Aby‡iva Kiv nBj

mshy³t- cÖvK- mieivn cwi`k©b cÖwZ‡e`b,c¨vwKs wj÷ I Pyw³i Kwc



(gyt knx`yj Avjg)
cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv

¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt- / /2005Bs

Abywjwct-

1 cwiPvjK, bKmvI cwi`k©b-2, weD‡ev, XvKv
2 cwiPvjK, ˆe`y¨wZK miÄvg cwi`ßi, weD‡ev, XvKv
3 wbev©nx cÖ‡KŠkjx (wcGÛwW)-1/2, AÎ `ßi
4 DcmwPe, weZib, weD‡ev, XvKv
5 Dc-wefvMxq cÖ‡KŠkjx, AÎ `ßi
6 mnKvix cwiPvjK (wnmve), AÎ `ßi
7 M/s Super Tech, XvKv , Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvj mgyn wmGwW, UsMx weD‡ev, MvRxcy‡i mieiv‡ni Aby‡iva Kiv nBj





cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv





cÖKí cwiPvj‡Ki `ßi
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
1bs Avãyj MwY †ivW,
we`y¨r feb (5g Zjv
weD‡ev, XvKv
‡dvbt 9567121
7169693 evsjv‡`k we`y¨r Dbœqb †evW ©
Bangladesh Power Development Board


__________________________________________________________________________________
¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt / /2005 Bs

Dc-cwiPvjK (†÷vm©)
wmGmwW, U½x
weD‡ev, MvRxcyi



welqt- Pzw³ bs- PUR- 18T/280/2005/ Super Tech dated-23/11/05 Gi wecix‡Z †gmvm© Super Tech, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnK…Z Service Dead End Clamp and Insulated Service Ball BZ¨vw` gvjvgvjmg~n MÖnb cÖm‡½


wel‡q D‡j­wLZ Pzw³i wecix‡Z Pzw³‡Z ewY©Z gvjvgvjmg~n weD‡evi cÖvK mieivn cwi`k©K `j, bKkv I cwi`k©b cwi`ßi-2 I m`m¨ weZibg‡nv`q KZ…©K MÖnb †hvM¨ we‡ewPZ nIqvq meivnKvix cÖwZôvb †gmvm© Super Tech, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnZe¨ Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvjmgyn MÖn‡bi Rb¨ Aby‡iva Kiv nBj

mshy³t- cÖvK- mieivn cwi`k©b cÖwZ‡e`b,c¨vwKs wj÷ I Pyw³i Kwc





(gyt knx`yj Avjg)
cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv


¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt- / /2005Bs

Abywjwct-

1 cwiPvjK, bKmvI cwi`k©b-2, weD‡ev, XvKv
2 cwiPvjK, ˆe`y¨wZK miÄvg cwi`ßi, weD‡ev, XvKv
3 wbev©nx cÖ‡KŠkjx (wcGÛwW)-1/2, AÎ `ßi
4 DcmwPe, weZib, weD‡ev, XvKv
5 Dc-wefvMxq cÖ‡KŠkjx, AÎ `ßi
6 mnKvix cwiPvjK (wnmve), AÎ `ßi
7 M/s. Super Tech XvKv, Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvj mgyn wmGwW, UsMx weD‡ev, MvRxcy‡i mieiv‡ni Aby‡iva Kiv nBj





cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv








cÖKí cwiPvj‡Ki `ßi
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
1bs Avãyj MwY †ivW,
we`y¨r feb (5g Zjv
weD‡ev, XvKv
‡dvbt 9567121
7169693 evsjv‡`k we`y¨r Dbœqb †evW ©
Bangladesh Power Development Board


__________________________________________________________________________________
¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt / /2005 Bs

Dc-cwiPvjK (†÷vm©)
wmGmwW, U½x
weD‡ev, MvRxcyi



welqt- Pzw³ bs- PUR- 18T/282/2005/Friendship dated-23/11/05 Gi wecix‡Z †gmvm© Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnK…Z 25mm Insulated Service Ball Split Bolt Line Tap Connector for cu/4-16mm cu BZ¨vw` gvjvgvjmg~n MÖnb cÖm‡½


wel‡q D‡j­wLZ Pzw³i wecix‡Z Pzw³‡Z ewY©Z gvjvgvjmg~n weD‡evi cÖvK mieivn cwi`k©K `j, bKkv I cwi`k©b cwi`ßi-2 I m`m¨ weZibg‡nv`q KZ…©K MÖnb †hvM¨ we‡ewPZ nIqvq meivnKvix cÖwZôvb †gmvm© Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv KZ©„K mieivnZe¨ Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvjmgyn MÖn‡bi Rb¨ Aby‡iva Kiv nBj

mshy³t- cÖvK- mieivn cwi`k©b cÖwZ‡e`b,c¨vwKs wj÷ I Pyw³i Kwc




(gyt knx`yj Avjg)
cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv

¯§viK bs-weD‡ev/wcwW-18k/µq/2005/ ZvwiLt- / /2005Bs

Abywjwct-

1 cwiPvjK, bKmvI cwi`k©b-2, weD‡ev, XvKv
2 cwiPvjK, ˆe`y¨wZK miÄvg cwi`ßi, weD‡ev, XvKv
3 wbev©nx cÖ‡KŠkjx (wcGÛwW)-1/2, AÎ `ßi
4 DcmwPe, weZib, weD‡ev, XvKv
5 Dc-wefvMxq cÖ‡KŠkjx, AÎ `ßi
6 mnKvix cwiPvjK (wnmve), AÎ `ßi
7 M/s Friendship Business Corporation, XvKv, Pzw³fy³ gvjvgvj mgyn wmGwW, UsMx weD‡ev, MvRxcy‡i mieiv‡ni Aby‡iva Kiv nBj


cÖKí cwiPvjK
18-kni we`y¨r weZiY cÖKí
weD‡ev, XvKv

PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE(2)

PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE(2)


The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
1 No. Abdul Gani Road
Bidyut Bhaban (4th Floor)
BPDB, Dhaka-1000


Sub: Performance Bond/ Guarantee No. PG= 207/2005 Date 12.06.2005 for Taka 73,51,760/= (Seventy Three Lac Fifty One Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty ) only issued for and on behalf of M/s. S. M. Construction against Tender Enquiry No. Pur-18T/148/2004 Dated 27.04.2005.


Dear Sir,

In Consideration of the terms and conditions of tender enquiry no Pur-18T/148/2004 Dated 27.04.2005 we here by agree to pay to you on behalf of our client M/s. S. M. Construction (herein after called the supplier ) a sum of 73,51,760/= (Seventy Three Lac Fifty One Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty ) only as 10% (Ten percent) of the total purchase order value, should the supplier fail to fulfill any or all obligations as per terms of this purchase order to be concluded between the supplier and BPDB, accordingly we assure this unconditional and irrevocable Bank Guarantee of amount TK. 7,35,176/= ( Seven Lac Thirty Five Thousand One Hundred Seventy Six ) only.

1. This Guarantee is valid from the date of issue till 15 (Fifteen) months after completion of supply of all goods covering warranty obligations.






2. This Guarantee covers making good, the loan of the owner within the limitation of time amount stipulated here in above, in the event of failure to meet any all the terms and conditions of the said purchase order by the supplier, we undertake to pay you upon your first written demand declaring the supplier to be in default under the purchase order without argument and without any reference to the supplier.

3. This Guarantee is to be released immediately after expiry of 3 (three) months from the date of final receiving report of full delivery of goods and fulfillment of all other obligation under the said purchase order however not beyond 18 (Eighteen) months after which date this Guarantee should stand null and void. However, the guarantee shall be extendable at the request of the purchaser.




Authorized Signature Authorized Signature

PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE

PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE


The Project Director
18-Town Power Distribution Project
1 No. Abdul Gani Road
Bidyut Bhaban (4th Floor)
BPDB, Dhaka-1000


Sub: Performance Bond/ Guarantee No. PG= 206/2005 Date 12.06.2005 for Taka 74,66,160/=(Seventy Four Lac Sixty Six Thousand One Hundred Sixty ) only issued for and on behalf of M/s. S. M. Construction against Tender Enquiry No. Pur-18T/147/2004 Dated 26.04.2005.


Dear Sir,

In Consideration of the terms and conditions of tender enquiry no Pur-18T/147/2004 Dated 26.04.2005 we here by agree to pay to you on behalf of our client M/s. S. M. Construction (herein after called the supplier ) a sum of TK. 74,66,160/= (Seventy Four Lac Sixty Six Thousand One Hundred Sixty ) only as 10% (Ten percent) of the total purchase order value, should the supplier fail to fulfill any or all obligations as per terms of this purchase order to be concluded between the supplier and BPDB, accordingly we assure this unconditional and irrevocable Bank Guarantee of amount TK. 7,46,616/= ( Seven Lac Forty Six Thousand Six Hundred Sixteen ) only.

1. This Guarantee is valid from the date of issue till 15 ( Fifteen ) months after completion of supply of all goods covering warranty obligations.






2. This Guarantee covers making good, the loan of the owner within the limitation of time amount stipulated here in above, in the event of failure to meet any all the terms and conditions of the said purchase order by the supplier, we undertake to pay you upon your first written demand declaring the supplier to be in default under the purchase order without argument and without any reference to the supplier.

3. This Guarantee is to be released immediately after expiry of 3 (three) months from the date of final receiving report of full delivery of goods and fulfillment of all other obligation under the said purchase order however not beyond 18 (Eighteen) months after which date this Guarantee should stand null and void. However, the guarantee shall be extendable at the request of the purchaser.











Authorized Signature Authorized Signature

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PayDotCom.com,Amazon.com,Yahoo.com, or MSN.com.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1:
The Beginning ...................................................................................................8
Chapter 2:
Choosing a Profitable Niche ...........................................................................26
Chapter 3:
The Site-Building Process: Step 1 .................................................................29
Chapter 4:
The Site-Building Process:
Step 2 – Using HyperVRE ................................................................................34
Chapter 5:
Getting Traffic ...................................................................................................44
Chapter 6:
Monitoring Your AdSense Sites .....................................................................61
Chapter 7:
The Summary ..................................................................................................65
Chapter 8:
Conclusion .......................................................................................................66
Strategy #1:
The # 1Way To Earn Massive Checks From Google AdSense ...................67
Strategy #2:
12 Must-Know Tips To Avoid Getting Banned From Google AdSense ......70
Strategy #3:
The Real Truth About High-Paying AdSense Keywords ..............................73
Strategy #4:
20 PowerfulWays to Boost Your AdSense CTR ...........................................75
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Before we dive right into this case study, I need to lay a bit of foundation for you, so that you’ll
understand the rest of the report.
Ok, first thing’s first… Abhishek Agarwal is a paying member of HyperVRE Gold. He became a
member in August of 2006, but never started using HyperVRE until late-October. All of the
information in this report is 100% real results coming directly from Abhishek himself. In June
2007, he made over $15,691 in onemonth from Google AdSense.
Notice that I mentioned he started this process in October… so in 8 months, he has increased his
earnings to over $14,000 per month!
What’s even more incredible is that Abhishek was able to increase his earnings to over
$9,000 in just a little over 3months! And he has been continually increasing his earnings each
subsequent month thereafter.
As someone with no previous success with AdSense,Abhishek has shown that anyone can build
a successful and continual online income with AdSense.
I’m going to assume that you know what Google AdSense is. If not, go here to read about how
you can sign up for free and earn money via their system:https://www.google.com/adsense/
It’s basically Google’s way of displaying their “AdWords ads”on other websites (your websites)
across the internet. Below is a website that is displaying Google AdSense ads.When a visitor
clicks on one of those ads, the owner of the website gets paid a small percentage of the cost
that the advertiser is paying Google for each click. See below:
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At the time of the first version of this report,Abhishek was making an average of about $300 Per
Day from nothing but AdSense. That’s over $9,000 in one month!
However, in this updated Case Study report, you’ll notice that Abhishek has continued to increase
his earnings… from over $10,000 to $12,000 and all of the way to over $15,000 PER month!
In the most basic overview,Abhishek has created several sites with high-paying AdSense ads on
them, and then when a visitor clicks on the ads, he gets paid by Google.
That’s it. He’s building sites and making money with AdSense… In fact, he hasn’t built a new site
for about 4 months (from the time this report was written), so ALL of this has been on complete
and total auto-pilot for the past several months!
Ok, ok….I know you’re thinking,“There’s gotta be more to it than that.” You’re right, there is - but
not a whole lot.
In this special Case Study report,Abhishek has provided his exact steps he’s taken to reach this
high level of AdSense income.
All right - let’s get to the meat already…
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Recently, I received an unexpected email from Abhishek with nothing in the message but
gratitude and excitement. He simply wanted to update me personally on how well his HyperVRE
sites were doing for him. He had purchased HyperVRE Gold back in August of 2006, and I hadn’t
heard from him since. He said it took him a while to get started with using HyperVRE, and finally
sat down with it in late-October.
After hearing about his success with HyperVRE, I asked him if he wanted to answer some
questions and tell me exactly how he had built his AdSense earnings up to about $300 per day.
Without hesitation,Abhishek agreed.
So, this is the basis for the special report/case study that you’re about to read.
And now, as I write this updated version of this Case Study,Abhishek is now up to over $520 per
day with AdSense. He’s been updating me with screenshots,new strategies he’s using, and just as
important… old ones that don’t work anymore.
Pay close attention because the strategies in this report are real… NOT theory.This is a real
campaign, ran by a real person,who has gotten and is STILL getting fantastic, real results. There’s
nothing better than this folks. ;-)
Below, you’ll read Abhishek’s exact words that came directly from his answers and comments
from the“interview”. This is not my paraphrasing. I wanted to keep this as real as possible so that
you can see exactly how someone else just like you can have success online.
In fact, throughout this report,Abhishek will walk you through an example niche site (the niche is
Ringtones) as if he were creating it from scratch and adding it to his Virtual Real Estate.
In addition to Abhishek dialogue in this report, I have included my comments throughout the
report.My comments will appear within tables and within the recap box at the end of each
Chapter.
Not only that, but I have also asked Abhishek to write a few special articles for you on advanced
strategies for increasing his earnings with AdSense, now that he has learned what works. He
agreed, and we have added these Advanced AdSense Strategies to the end of this report. So when
you’re finished reading the updated Case Study, don’t look past the additional articles at the end.
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Q. Tell me a little about your‘online’ background. Did you ever have success
with AdSense prior to using HyperVRE?
Ok – first, here’s a bit about my background.
My name is Abhishek Agarwal, and I have been extensively involved with eBay for about the last
three years. So I’ve been online for a while now – just haven’t done much other than eBay. I live
in India, and I’m currently the highest rated“Powerseller”on eBay India. So I am very active on
the Internet, but eBay is a different business than many other “internet marketing”endeavors.
Selling on eBay had always been a very fulfilling experience for me. However, I had to be active
every single day to earn my bread-n-butter from eBay.
I am inherently a lazy person, so I was looking for an option that could give me passive income
with as little work as possible. So I started hunting for opportunities beyond eBay.
Just like most newbies, I bought a lot of products/ebooks on how to make money. Most people
burn a hole in the pockets doing this. I started a fire and burnt my entire pockets! I started
losing money every month.VERY fast!
About that time I started to learn about AdSense, and it all sounded very lucrative. Reading
ebooks and guides, I heard many marketers saying that you should build websites on niches that
you are interested in. So I believed them. And that’s what I did.
I built a site on my interest area –“Paranormal and Hidden powers of the mind”. I put AdSense
codes on them, and eagerly waited for checks to roll in.
To my initial surprise… No checks came for several months!
I later realized that building sites on your own areas of interest may not always be a very
profitable idea! Still to this day, I’m not so sure why so many people were saying to build niche
sites based on their own personal interests. Perhaps this could get me started with learning the
basics of the internet… but it certainly wasn’t going to build my cash flow.
I quickly found that it’s more about finding the profitable markets and then building sites
around those.
From my single Paranormal site, I earned an average of around 50 cents per day from AdSense.
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Not too good – since I had that site up for quite a long time.
On a side note,This paranormal site was called www.astralprojectnow.com I had
written a 167+ pages ebook for this site,and I allowed my visitors to download this
ebook for free. Initially I thought I would profit from this site through Adsense earnings
alone.And as you all know I was terribly wrong…and my plan flopped miserably. Let
alone profiting from it, I didn’t even recoup my investment!
After I got some success with HyperVRE and Adsense,one day I decided to do
something about my paranormal site. I updated my Free eBook,and re-released it as a
paid ebook. I re-hauled my site,and started selling this eBook for $19.95.And I’m
making around 15 sales a month!
I think there is a lesson to be learned here. If a project doesn’t do well, or doesn’t
perform as per your expectations, you should not lose hope and totally dump it.You
can always be creative and find out ways to breathe new life into it. Just don’t spend
all of your time with it. As you can see, all I did was change from“free” to“paid”. :-)
I didn’t have any success with AdSense before using HyperVRE. And No, I hadn’t had any success
with affiliate marketing either, because ‘till now I have not focused on selling other peoples’
products.
I have created a quick walk-through for you to show you my progress from a true beginner to a
successful online businessman.
Just click on the videos below and they will play in a new browser window.
Matt’s Comments:
Abhishek raises a good point here, and one that I believe is VERY important with
any business. The best way to find a niche is to figure out what people want, and
then provide that to them. That is to say, don’t try to create a product and THEN
find the niche. You should find the need, and supply that need with your site
(product).
As you can see,Abhishek’s own interests weren’t the same interests of many others.
So his first AdSense site was a flop. He was initially trying to create the product (or
site), and then looking for the market. It doesn’t work like that. Instead, find the
niche and then market to them.
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Video #1
(click the video below)
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Video #2
(click the video below)
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Below are a few screenshots of my AdSense earnings from a when I started, until just a few
months ago. You’ll see that at the start of September, I was up to an average of $1.41 per day
from all sites combined.
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In October,my earnings weren’t much better. They were up to an average of $1.91 per day. You’ll
start to see a small increase in the average earnings towards the very end of the month and then
a larger increase into the month of November. This is when I started using HyperVRE, and began
seeing true potential in this program.
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When November hit, I was starting to get pretty excited about AdSense. By the end of November,
I was making an average of $50.61 per day. In that month, I made over $1500!
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When I hit the $100 mark on November 21st, I was really starting to believe that this system was
working! At that time, I didn’t know if it was going to continue to increase!
So I continued to repeat my strategies and by the end of second month of using HyperVRE
(December), I was making over $133 per day. That came out to be $4,141 by the end of
December.
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Then by the end of January, I made a total of well over $9,000 from nothing but AdSense!
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As you can see, this is my combined AdSense for Content and AdSense for Search earnings from
Google. Most of my earnings ($8,988.30) came from AdSense for Content.
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EARNINGS UPDATE:
Below are the following month’s AdSense earnings so you can see that I’ve been able to maintain
this into a steady, passive income without adding much additional work…just repeating the
steps.
Note: As things change here and there, such as traffic, earnings per click, etc… you may see will
see a couple decreases in earnings. But overall it has remained to be an incredibly steady
income EACH month – one that continues to increase for me as I add to my arsenal. ;-)
Here are my March earnings from just “AdSense for Content”…
This is the combined screenshot of my AdSense for Content and AdSense for Search earnings.
Notice that 99% of my earnings come from AdSense for Content.
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Here are my April earnings… This is one of the month’s that decreased in earnings. This one was
due to some changes in the traffic and mainly the earnings per click that I was making.
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Below aremyMay earnings…
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And here aremy June earnings…
And then I was able to take a screenshot of the combined total of AdSense for Search and
AdSense for Content. Again,99% of the earnings come from AdSense for Content.
Here it is below…
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And then in July 2007, I had made it all of the way to over $15,000! Here’s the screenshot
below…
Once again, over 99% of my earnings come from AdSense for Content and less than 1% come
from AdSense for Search. Below, you’ll see my latest month of August…
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I haven’t built a new site for about 4months, so ALL of this has been on complete and total autopilot
for the past severalmonths!
Before we continue with the rest of the interview, I’d like tomention something.
A lot of things I do are unconventional, and probably not the best way. This is because I amquite
new to the field, and considering themassive amounts of sites I ambuilding, focusing on the
conventional process is very time consuming forme. And like I said before…I’man inherently lazy
person. :-) As wemove along, I will point out the places where I feel I amdoing things differently.
Q. Prior to using HyperVRE, did you ever have success promoting or
marketing affiliate products?
No, before using HyperVRE, I had not tried my hands at Affiliate Marketing.However, now since
my AdSense sites are all running on auto-pilot, I have started devoting more of my time to
Affiliate Marketing...And the results up until now have been very encouraging!
Apart from Clickbank, I am a part of various affiliate programs.
You can check out a few of my most recent screenshots of my affiliate accounts with PayDotCom,
Clickbank, and PayPal. If you focus on something with dedication, you can see results.
PayPal Account
(earned over $1,070 USD in only 13 days)
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Clickbank Affiliate Account
(earned over $719 in only 15 Days)
PayDotCom Affiliate Account
(earned over $769 in only 17 days)
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As you can see, in roughly 17 days, I made about $2,558 from Paypal, PayDotCom, and Clickbank
combined. This was from nothing but affiliate marketing! :-)
I haven’t spent much time on the affiliate marketing side of things since most of my
concentration went towards building an AdSense VRE empire, but now I’ve started to really take
advantage of the affiliate marketing side of things with HyperVRE.
And as you can see, the results up until now have been very encouraging!
Chapter Recap:
Abhishek was previously very active in the eBay community, but had never
worked with AdSense prior to this.
In September, he earned only $42.44 from AdSense.
His October earnings were $57.32.
In late-October, he started using HyperVRE.
By the end of November,Abhishek had made $1,518.16 from AdSense.
After his second full month of using HyperVRE (December), he made $4,141.02…
which comes out to be an average of about $133 per day.
After a full 3 months,Abhishek’s earnings were $9,127 in the single month
of January
UPDATE: By the end of July,Abhishek made $15,691 fromAdSense alone.
In only 17 days,Abhishek made $2,558 from strictly affiliate sales. Now that
his AdSense sites are running on auto-pilot, he has more time to concentrate on
building the rest of his VRE‘empire’.
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Q. How do you decide what profitable niches to build your AdSense sites on?
It might seem weird, but at first I didn’t use any software to find profitable niches based on
keywords. Initially, I had purchased hundreds of templates from a well-known AdSense master
(Joel Comm). He was selling a package called
http://www.hypervre.com/InstantAdsenseTemplates/ (aka IAT).
His templates were based on popular niches that were previously researched by him and his
‘team’. So initially that saved me the hassle of trying to find good niches myself.
I started to constantly trackmy AdSense earnings, and realized that many of those niches were
not paying me. In fact I was losing money on several of those niches.
On careful examination, I started to see some trends. I saw that some niches (and their subniches)
were always profitable, and some were never profitable. I decided to eliminate the nonprofitable
sites, and create more sites focusing on the ones making me money.
UPDATE: Currently, I use a combination of Joel Comm’s IAT service, but I also use Matt Callen’s
HyperVREmonthly.com templates since they’re created specifically for HyperVRE. The quality of
these templates is much better than those at IAT, but since they don’t provide as many each
month, I’m still a member of the IAT service. If I only created 15 sites per month, then I’d definitely
stick with just HyperVREmonthly.com
So I searched the net and downloaded some pre-made profitable keyword lists and
consolidated all of them. I then categorized them based on my previous findings of which sites
were profitable and which were not.
I should add here that whichever tool I use for my niche research, I can never be 100% sure
whether the niches I have selected will be profitable or not. If I do my keyword research properly,
I definitely have better chances of hitting good niches. BUT my earnings depend on Google –
and their ‘Smart Pricing’ strategy often pays very low, even for the“highly profitable” niches. I can
never know for sure until Imakemy sites and constantly monitor them.
Since I initially purchased the IAT package from Joel Comm,I had a large group of ‘popular ideas’
for sites with templates and articles. There were around 300 different ones.
With HyperVRE, I built all these sites and waited to see if they were giving me profits or not (more
on this later). As I mentioned above, I had to remove some of the niches because they were not
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profitable, and I was losing money on them. I ended up removing about 100 sites that were
wasting my money, so I was left with about 200 good ones.
So you see, at the beginning I never got a chance to actually “select”my niches from scratch, as
the initial niches were already provided to me. That is, I never actually went out and researched
the niches myself – at the start.
Again as mentioned earlier,when I analyzed the sites that were making me money, I started to see
some trends in the kinds of sites that paid well, and the kinds of sites that did not pay so well.
That’s when I started some keyword research. I then used some keyword lists found on the net,
and also the Top 40K Keyword list that’s in the gold member’s area at the HyperVRE site.
There were a few things that I would look for when trying to predict if a niche was going to be
profitable or not. Notice I said “predict”. Like I said before, you don’t know for sure until you try it
out. If it doesn’t end up being profitable, then scratch it and move on to the next niche.
I look for some important metrics in doing my Keyword research. I look at the average CPC,
number of ads for that keyword,and number of searches in a month. Unfortunately, since I
did not originally use a keyword research tool, I did not always have all these metrics at my
disposal.
I recently acquired Keyword Elite, and I plan to use that for researching many other profitable
niche markets in the coming weeks, as it will show me ALL of these metrics mentioned above,
and supposedly a whole lot more. :-)
So, I consolidated all these gathered lists into one big file. I then categorized the keywords
into their respective main categories. Interestingly, I found that the categories I had selected out
of my 300 sites and the categories I found from the keyword lists were very, very similar.
I then further categorized these profitable main categories into sub-categories. For example, the
category Finance was sub-categorized into Loan, and Loan was further categorized into Auto
Loan and Education Loan.
See below for a short schematic…
Matt’s Comments:
When researching for your profitable keywords (niche), you should look for
keywords that have a HIGH Average CPC (cost-per-click),HIGH number of ads for
that keyword,HIGH number of searches per month, and a LOWnumber of
competing websites for that organic keyword search term.
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Finance
Loan
Auto Loan
Education Loan
etc.
etc.
.
Mortgage
FHA Mortgage
Mortgage Refinance
etc.
etc.
Law
Attorney
Mesothelioma Attorney
Divorce Attorney
etc.
etc.
Hope you get the picture.
After doing all of this, I came up with ideas for hundreds of other sites that I could then start
working on. Which ones will actually be profitable, I still have to check that out.
I know this is a non-conventional way of doing things. But because of my original limited
resources (at the time, a lack of a good keyword/niche tool), this was the best I could do. And
honestly, it seems to be working pretty well for me.
Once I decided on the niches to focus on, I moved on to the process of building my sites.
Chapter Recap:
Abhishek purchased Joel Comm’s Instant AdSense Templates,and began using some
of those niche ideas for his initial sites.
UPDATE: Abhishek nowuses both IAT andwww.hypervremonthly.comfor his
templates.
After putting thewebsites online andmonitoring the earnings fromeach site,he
was able to determinewhich of those nichesweremaking himmoney. Hewould
keep those that did,and remove those that didn’t.
Fromthe keyword niches thatmade himmoney,pre-made keyword lists he found
on the net,keywords fromthe HyperVRE Top 40K Keywords,and lists of keywords
fromKeyword Elite,Abhishekwas able to narrowhis niches down into several subcategories.
This allowed himto getmore ideas for sites similar to themain niches that
had previously shown to be profitable for him.
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Q: Can you take us through your process of building your AdSense sites,now
that you have narrowed down your market to a specific niche?
Once I decide on the niche to create a site for, I start the building process with HyperVRE.
Making my first site seemed to be tough. But gradually things became easy and I could churn
out several websites in a day.
HyperVRE has been a boon to me! Especially the GOLD version.
It has saved me endless hours of sweat. I’ll stand by Matt when he says that it takes out the
“time-sucking,manual labor”!
Before signing up as a free HyperVRE member, I wasn’t sure if it was going to be for me. But I
went ahead and upgraded, and there’s no doubt now…I love it.
If you are serious about building websites, you should have the Gold version. I was able to
recover the costs within a couple weeks. So don’t be penny wise and pound-foolish.Get the Gold
version! It’s one of the best purchases I’ve made in a really long time. Obviously, without it I
wouldn’t be able to create all of these sites, and I wouldn’t be able to do this case study report.
Before I start buildingmy sites using HyperVRE, I do the following:
1.Decide on Niche(s) that I want to build the site on – I’ve already mentioned above how I
do that.
2.Create a header image for the niche.You can use any image-editing tool for this. I’ve
found that creating a header image related to your niche topic is the best way to go, but
second to that is to just use a generic header image that will relate to any topic.
3.Decide which templates to build my site(s) on. I currently use a predefined template that
has been working very well for me in the past.
See the example template screenshot below… This example has a header image specifically
related to the niche topic of “Acting”.
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4.Then, I open up HyperVRE and put it to work. :-)
Q: Where do you get your templates or do you create them yourself?
Oh, I definitely don’t try to create the template designs myself. If I did that, the sites would look
horrible. I can do some basic graphics work…but that is only the bare basics at best. So I don’t
try to take a stab at creating fully designed webpage templates.
I leave that work to the professionals.
Like I mentioned earlier, I used to always use Joel Comm’s Instant AdSense Templates (now called
“Monthly Templates”), but ever since Matt’s professional design team became available to
members, I jumped over to using that as well since Matt is the creator of HyperVRE and these
templates are optimized specifically for HyperVRE-type sites.
So now, I get many of my templates from Matt’s www.hypervremonthly.com , as well as Joel
Comm’s Instant AdSense Templates.
The quality of these templates at HyperVREmonthly.com is much better than those at IAT, but
since they don’t provide as many each month, I’m still a member of the IAT service. If I only
created 15 sites per month, then I’d definitely stick with just HyperVREmonthly.com
I recommend going with some sort of template service though because there’s no way I’d
have…
1. The ability to create professional-looking designs
2. The time to create all of these designs each month
3. The time to try to optimize each and every template
4. The time to come up with 50-60 new topics each month.
If it sounds like I’m really endorsing these services, it’s because I am! ;-)
They really are the backbone of my site-creation process (well, second to HyperVRE of course).
Definitely worth it!
Q: When you’re editing your templates,do you always put your AdSense ads
in the same positions? Where do you put the AdSense ads? Have you had
success with specific ad formats as opposed to others?
Yes, I put my AdSense ads in the exact same places on each template.
I have tried experimenting with various places, but I stick to the positions that give me the best
CTR (click-through-rate).
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I prefer using “large rectangle”ad formats. And I place them“above the fold”. I also use “sky
scraper” formats on the sides of my page.
I have experimented with the following ad formats
Leaderboard (728 x 90)
Banner (468 x 60)
Wide Skyscraper (160x600)
Large Rectangle (336 x 280)
Medium Rectangle (300 x 250)
And after experimentation and monitoring which ones produce the best results, I have found
that the ones that work best for me were (in order of preference)
1. Large Rectangle (336 x 280)
2.Medium Rectangle (300 x 250)
3.Wide Skyscraper (160x600)
The general rules of good ad placement hold true. I blendmy ads withmy content and make
sure to place some of them above the fold. I focus on having highly relevant content on the site
so that Google displays targeted ads for those specific profitable keywords. This immensely
helps in improving my CTR and payout per click.
I would never think of making my ads stand out. Because if they stand out, they will look more
like blatant advertisements, and that’s the last thing we want, right? So I always blendmy ads
withmy content.
Normally my sites have a white background, so the background of my ads is white.This way my
ads and content perfectly gel with each other.
I also used to have images next to my ads. That really did wonders for my CTR. No wonder
Google rolled out a policy that prohibits displaying of images next to ads. Although this policy is
very confusing, I prefer not to take any chances. So I stay completely away from putting any
kinds of images next to my AdSense ads.
Matt’s Comments:
Abhishek mentioned putting some AdSense ads“above the fold”. The term“above
the fold” refers to the section of a webpage that is visible without scrolling down.
This is a good practice to follow, as it’s been shown to give a high CTR as opposed
to other ad placements.
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Chapter Recap:
Check out Abhishek’s example template shown above.
Abhishek creates a header image related specifically to the niche he is
creating the site for.
The AdSense ads that work best for him are:
Large Rectangle (336 x 280)
Medium Rectangle (300 x 250)
Wide Skyscraper (160x600)
He makes sure to blend his AdSense ads with his content so that they don’t
stand out like blatant advertisements. He also makes sure to place an ad
unit “above the fold”.
He does NOT put any images next to his AdSense ads, since it is now against
Google’s TOS policy.
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Q: Can you walk us through the steps you would take to create a real example
site with HyperVRE Gold, as if you were creating it from scratch right now, and
then going to add it to your Virtual Real Estate?
Sure.
Before getting acquainted with the steps in HyperVRE, I used to just follow the instructional
videos or directions in the help manual that came with the software. But after a couple runthroughs,
it’s become a complete breeze.
So here goes…
Let’s use the example niche: Ringtones.
I’ve already showed you how I choose potentially profitable niches, so we’ll just start at the
website creation process.
By following my methods above, I found that the topic “Ringtones” is potentially profitable, and
I’ve already gathered a list of keywords for that. In addition to that, I already have my template
and header image made for this site… It looks very similar to the example“Acting” template
above.
Now it’s on to using HyperVRE Gold.
Chapter 4:
The Site-Building Process: Step 2 – Using HyperVRE
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HyperVRE Step 1 – Keyword Selection
This is where I first select my main keyword. For this example, I am building a site on Ringtones,
so my main keyword will be“ringtones”
If I don’t already have a list of profitable keywords for that particular niche, I’ll just use HyperVRE’s
default keyword generator. However, like I said before, most of the niches I use have been
researched and I’ve already got a list of profitable keywords to use here. So since I already have a
list of keywords, I’ll just import them with the ‘import’ feature in HyperVRE.
Typically, I’ll only insert about 20-25 profitable keywords so that my sites are of good quality
content, and will contain about 20-25 web pages.
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HyperVRE Step 2 – Template Selection
Now that I’ve built my keyword list and entered it into HyperVRE, I then select my homepage and
keyword templates. The example template shown above is an example of a homepage template.
The keyword page template is VERY similar, but just has some different HyperVRE variables on it,
so that the proper content will be added to the pages that I want.
For example, I usually only put the article content variable on the keyword page template, rather
than putting an article content variable on the homepage template.
Once I’ve selected the templates, if I have a css style sheet for my templates, I’ll use that on this
step too. Then I decide whether I want my pages to have a .php or .htm extension.
When I first started creating AdSense sites with HyperVRE, I wasn’t sure which was better. But
now I always use PHP so that I can put rotating definitions, rotating random descriptions, and
rss feeds on the sites. This is very important, as I’ll describe later.
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HyperVRE Step 3 –Web Page Content
These are the steps where I define what content I want on my site. I usually just leave the
number of keywords per group at the default setting, as I’ve seen that this linking structure is
pre-defined as being good for both search engine optimization and making the site visitorfriendly.
Then, I always use the rotating definitions, rss feeds, and random descriptions
feature. This helps keep my sites fresh for the search engines.
I then leave“the % of articles before and after the rss feed” as default. This separates my article
content into two sections so that 50% of the article is above the rss feed, and the remaining
portion of the article is below the rss feed.
With the“Instant AdSense Template”package that I purchased from Joel Comm,I was given
several prewritten articles that I could use, so for those sites, I’ll import the articles manually on
this step.
The article import feature is nice in HyperVRE because I can select all of those articles and click
“import”. They have to be pre-formatted correctly for HyperVRE, but with Joel’s package, they
were already formatted for me.
Although I would love to write my own content for each and every site, I simply can’t. Because
many of the profitable niches are boring (in my opinion), and I don’t know anything about the
niche, I don’t spend all of my time trying to write articles for them.
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Also, given the number of sites I make, it is practically impossible for me to write articles on all of
them. So I rely on HyperVRE, purchased PLR articles, or the articles that came with the Instant
AdSense Templates package for my content.
After this, I let HyperVRE find RSS feeds for me. I NEVER skip this step.
Adding RSS feeds to my site will make it very dynamic.And since I tend to create the sites and let
them sit for a while, this dynamic feature helps ensure that I will always have fresh content.
I’m also given the option to manually add definitions and rss feeds, but like I said before… I’m a
lazy person by nature, so I allow HyperVRE to automatically gather those for me.
Matt’s Comments:
Adding unique, quality content is a very important strategy when creating
AdSense sites. Obviously, the best thing to do is to write your own articles or
having someone write them for you. This ensures that they are 100% unique and
of good quality, targeted directly to the keyword that you’re optimizing your
webpage for –thus, targeted AdSense ads will appear on your site. However, it’s not
always possible to do this, given the number of websites that you will be creating.
So that’s why my second recommendation is to use PLR articles, and then either
manually edit them or run them through a content spinner so that the articles are
even more unique. Then, once you’ve got your unique articles for your site, you can
bulk import them using HyperVRE.
This is what Abhishek has done.
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HyperVRE Step 4 – Article Search feature
Here, I do searches for various keywords that are related to my keyword topics. I can set the
keyword density here and do as many article searches that I’d like to.
Once the articles are found and filtered by my settings, they’re added to the next step where I
can (if I’d like to) match the articles to specific keywords.
…and…
HyperVRE Step 5 – Article and KeywordMatching
This step is optional, but it’s a great way to make sure that your content is related to each
keyword webpage. I like to make sure that the article is specifically targeted to the keyword that
will be optimized on that particular webpage. So here, I quickly match up the articles that were
just gathered for me with the keywords that I added earlier on step #1. If I don’t like the look of
one of the articles, I’ll delete it here too.
HyperVRE Step 6 - Other Customization
…and…
HyperVRE Step 7 – Pay Per Click Publishing
These are both optional steps, and I don’t use these much, so I’ll just skip the details here.
Instead of using Step #5 in HyperVRE and adding the AdSense code that way, I just add the
AdSense ad code directly tomy template before I start to use HyperVRE.
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HyperVRE Step 6 – Affiliate Product selection
I like this step. Very creative. :-)
Since I have an affiliate account with Amazon,Clickbank and Paydotcom, I can let HyperVRE
select relevant products for my niches and add them to my site. Since I’m a Gold member of
HyperVRE, if I use this feature,my site will automatically contain my affiliate links to these
products.
So when a visitor clicks on any link that they’re interested in, they will be taken to the Amazon,
Clickbank or Paydotcom product webpage (which ever site that product belongs to). And on a
successful sale of that product, I will be paid.
This is a very good way to generate a secondary source of income from my sites, other than
AdSense.
This is also a step that I will never skip. In this “ringtones”example, I’ll do a quick search for my
keyword and then select the products that have the highest payouts or that look profitable.
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HyperVRE Step 7 – Contextual Ad setting
I prefer to leave these options as it is by default. I’ve never tested if changing these options
works better than others, so I just tend to keep this feature set to the default. However, if I
wanted to change the layout and display settings of my contextual ads, I could tinker around
with this step.
HyperVRE Step 8 – GenerateWebpages
This is the last step in creating my site. I just select the folder where I want to save my web pages,
and then Save the HyperVRE project and generate the website.
Let’s take a peak at the work HyperVRE has done for me with this Ringtones example site. Below
is a screenshot of the files that make up our Ringtones site
Once my site is created, I always change the paths of my image files to the absolute path of my
website. Doing it manually can be a very cumbersome process, so I use a bulk text replacement
tool for this, like TextPad or Dreamweaver.
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In this example, I would change that path to: http://www.mydomain.com/ringtones/images/
That way, I only have to upload the /images/ folder to my main directory on my domain, rather
than having to keep a relative path and then having to upload the /images/ folder to each and
every sub-directory too.
Once I’m ready with my website, I upload it to my domain using SmartFTP…Then, it’s time to get
traffic to the site!
Here’s what the homepage of the Ringtones example site looked like when I was finished…
Matt’s Comments:
An even better and less time-consuming way to do this is to simply edit each of the
image paths on the 2 template files (homepage and keyword page templates) to
the absolute path of those images BEFORE you import them into HyperVRE. Since
you know the URL of what your domain will be, instead of having a relative path
like../images/image01.jpg for an image, you can just enter the absolute path of the
image – such as http://www.mydomain.com/images/image01.jpg
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Q: Do you create an entirely new domain for each new site, or do you keep all
of your sites on the same domain, and then create sub-domains/or subdirectories?
Up until now, I have all my sites under 1 domain. I have created sub-directories for each site. But I
have already registered a couple other domains, and the new sites I create will be under this new
domain.
For this Ringtones example site, I would put it online somewhere like
http://www.mydomain.com/ringtones/
As I mentioned before, I currently have around 200 sites that are making me money. So if I had to
create a new domain name for each site, I would be wasting a lot of my earnings just for
registering a new domain name. Perhaps it would help more with search engine optimization –
I’m not quite sure – but it would still be less immediate profit for me. So that’s why I stick with
the same few domains for my sites, and create sub-directories for them.
If you are planning to make hundreds of sites like me, I suggest you have 1 - 3 domains and
create sub-directories for your sites. Once you zero-in on some sites that constantly perform
well, you can decide to create a separate domain for that site.
Chapter Recap:
Abhishek selects about 20-25 profitable keywords to enter into HyperVRE so
that his sites are of good quality content, and will contain about 20-25 pages.
He always uses php webpages so that he can include rss feeds, rotating
definitions, and rotating random article descriptions on his HyperVRE
webpages.
He manually imports pre-written articles (from either the Instant AdSense
Templates package or from a PLR article source) or uses the automatically
generated articles that HyperVRE finds.
Abhishek adds the AdSense ad code directly to his templates before he starts
to use the software.
He always uses the Affiliate Product Step in HyperVRE to try and generate a
secondary source of income from his sites, other than AdSense.
After generating the webpages, he uploads them into a sub-directory on one
of his sites. He recommends you have 1 - 3 domains and create subdirectories
for each of your sites, instead of buying a separate domain for
each site.
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Q: How are you getting traffic to your sites? Do you rely on organic search
engine traffic,PPC advertising,or some other formof traffic?
I rely almost entirely on PPC (pay-per-click) advertising. I highly prefer using PPC traffic from
search engines because it usually brings a quicker source of traffic to my sites as opposed to
trying to optimize all of the sites to rank well with natural organic search results.
So I mainly use Yahoo/Overture as my traffic source, though the past 3 months I’ve incorporated
MSN adCenter into my ad campaigns. I want to venture into other smaller PPC engines, but in
smaller PPC engines, click fraud is rampant, and that’s what I fear.
The upside of using MSN adCenter is that they are cheaper than Yahoo.You can bid only 5 cents.
And if you have several sites, it can give you decent traffic every month.
But the downside is that it doesn’t give you as much traffic as Yahoo Sponsored Search. But it’s
definitely improving every month. So I would highly suggest taking a little time and setting up
adCenter campaigns. It’s worth it.
Below, I’ll describe how I use both Yahoo and MSN to drive targeted traffic to my sites.
Everywhere, I hear a lot about getting traffic from Google’s organic search results. I agree that
getting traffic from Google is great, and nothing can beat that. But at the same time, it is very
time consuming to build your organic SE rankings.
So that’s why I prefer using PPC search engines. They’re a great source of instant traffic. And I’ve
had most of my experience with Yahoo’s Sponsored Search.
To get traffic fromYahoo’s PPC search engine, here are the steps I take…
1. I select the keywords formy campaign. Whenever someone searches for these
keywords,Yahoo will display my ad at the right hand side of the search results, and if my ad
is attractive, the visitors will click it. I like to use a free keyword tool called “The Dowser”. It
is very effective in generating keywords on any niche. However, recently I got a copy of
Keyword Elite, which seems to be way better than The Dowser, since it is specifically
designed for providing the best keywords for a particular PPC campaign.
Let’s continue with the example: Ringtones.
If I were using The Dowser to get keywords for this site, I would do the following…
Chapter 5: Getting Traffic
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Open the Dowser and enter my main keyword“Ringtone”, and then click on Start. The Dowser
starts getting Ringtone related keywords for me.
Once that is done, I export all these keywords to an Excel sheet, or Notepad.
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2.Once I generate my keywords, I’ll add them tomy PPC campaign. I prefer adding about
200-300 keywords targeted specifically to my niche topic. In this ringtones example, the
keywords that were generated that I would use are…
100 free ringtone
alltel ringtone
blackberry ringtone
britney spears ringtone
butterfly ringtone
caller ringtone
celcom caller ringtone
cell phone ringtone
christmas ringtone
cingular ringtone
cingular wireless ringtone
crazy frog ringtone
cricket ringtone
download free cingular
ringtone
download free mp3 ringtone
download free ringtone
download free ringtone t
mobile
download free verizon
ringtone
download ringtone
drive me crazy ringtone
eric clapton ringtone
free alltel ringtone
free boost mobile ringtone
free cell phone ringtone
free christmas ringtone
free cingular cell phone
ringtone
free cingular ringtone
free cricket ringtone
free metro pcs ringtone
free mobile phone ringtone
free mobile ringtone
free motorola ringtone
free mp3 ringtone
free music ringtone
free nextel ringtone
free nokia ringtone
free polyphonic ringtone
free real music ringtone for
nextel
free real music ringtone
sprint
free real ringtone
free ringtone
free ringtone for sprint
phone
free ringtone maker
free samsung ringtone
free sprint ringtone
free t mobile ringtone
free tracfone ringtone
free us cellular ringtone
free verizon cell phone
ringtone
free verizon ringtone
free verizon wireless ringtone
free virgin mobile ringtone
funny ringtone
hotlink caller ringtone
hotlink maxis caller ringtone
kiss ringtone
lloyd banks ringtone
lone star ringtone
lose yourself ringtone
madonna ringtone
make your own ringtone
maxis caller ringtone
metro pcs ringtone
midi ringtone
mississippi ringtone
mosquito ringtone
motorola ringtone
mp3 ringtone
music ringtone
new ringtone
nextel ringtone
nickelback ringtone
no one ringtone
nokia ringtone
out of touch ringtone
phone ringtone
pink floyd ringtone
polyphonic ringtone
real music ringtone
real music ringtone ringtone
real ringtone
reba mcentire ringtone
remind ringtone
ringtone
ringtone composer
ringtone converter
ringtone gratis
ringtone juke box
ringtone maker
ringtone software
samsung ringtone
sprint ringtone
t mobile ringtone
take my breath away
ringtone
tracfone ringtone
us cellular ringtone
verizon ringtone
verizon wireless ringtone
real tones ringtones
virgin mobile ringtone
yahoo ringtone
alltel ringtones
arabic ringtones
atampt ringtones
audiovox ringtones
bajar ringtones
beltonen ringtones
bet ringtones
blinko ringtones
bollywood ringtones
cell phone ringtones
cell ringtones
cellphone ringtones
chinese mp3 ringtones
christian music ringtones
cingular ringtones
crazy frog ringtones
descargar ringtones
download ringtones
downloadable ringtones
for ringtones
funny mobile ringtones
funny ringtones
harry potter ringtones
hindi ringtones
in flames ringtones
jesse mccartney ringtones
keypress ringtones
latest ringtones
logos ringtones
make your own mp3
ringtones
mid ringtones
midi ringtones
mobile ringtones
mono ringtones
monophonic ringtones
motorola ringtones
motorola v220 ringtones
motorola v300 ringtones
mp3 ringtones
mr tones ringtones
mudvayne ringtones
muppets ringtones
music ringtones
nextel ringtones
phone ringtones
picture messages ringtones
poliphonic ringtones
poly ringtones
polyfonic ringtones
polyphonic ringtones
polyphonics ringtones
pushto ringtones
razr ringtones
realtones ringtones
ring tones ringtones
ringtones
ringtones alcatel
ringtones com
ringtones compose
ringtones composer
ringtones cti
ringtones ericsson
ringtones for cricket phones
ringtones for motorola
ringtones for motorola l6
ringtones for nextel
ringtones for samsung
ringtones for sprint
ringtones for verizon
ringtones galore
ringtones godfather
ringtones graphics
ringtones gratis
ringtones mmf
ringtones monofonicos
ringtones motorola v262
ringtones para celular
ringtones para celulares
ringtones para motorola
ringtones para samsung x636
ringtones para sonyericsson
ringtones phones
ringtones polifonicos
ringtones ringers
ringtones rings
ringtones sanyo
ringtones screensavers
ringtones theme
ringtones true
ringtones truetones
ringtones voor je mobiel
ringtones w800i
ringtones wallpaper
ringtones wallpapers
ringtones with words
rtttl ringtones
sagem ringtones
samsung a950 ringtones
samsung ringtones
send ringtones
siemens ringtones
smashing pumpkins
ringtones
sprint pcs ringtones
sprint ringtones
tamil ringtones
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3.Creatingmy PPC campaign and ad groups…
I.Yahoo Sponsored Search
Since I’m already have an account, I’ll log on to Yahoo’s Search and Marketing
(http://searchmarketing.yahoo.com/index.php)
There are 8 steps I need to follow before my Campaign is live.
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4. I’ll create an ad campaign for my specific niche: Ringtones. The campaign is the main
category where I will add my specific advertisement groups.
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5.Then, I’ll create an ad group within my campaign
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6.Then, I have to enter the keywords for the campaign.These are the keywords I generated
using The Dowser (mentioned earlier).
7.Then, I have to bid onmy keywords. I prefer bidding the lowest amount that’s offered. For
Yahoo, the lowest bid amount is 10 cents per click. So each time a visitor clicks on my ad, I am
supposed to be charged 10 cents or less.
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8.Then it’s time to createmy ad. Ideally I should group similar keywords together and
create ads for each of those tightly clustered keyword groups. This will make the ads more
relevant. This process requires some extra effort, so it’s well worth it.
When I create my ads, I send traffic only tomy home page and not to the keyword pages.
Why? Because sending it to keyword pages is too much work involved! And I am happy
because I am getting results.
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9.Then, I checkmy budget and campaign schedule and then activate the ads.
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II. MSN AdCenter
Here is a quick step-by-step process on creating my adCenter Campaigns. I assume that you
know how to register for MSN adCenter (https://adCenter.microsoft.com/)
Step 1 Sign in with adCenter Username and Password
Step 2 Click on Create Campaign
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Step 3a Give a name to the Campaign and the Ad group
It’s important to choose a relevant name that describes the Campaign and Ad group so you can
track this in the future.
Step 3b I make my ads to be visible 24x7 (there is an option for this)
Further down the page you will see some additional settings.You can target your customers
based on the geographic location of your visitors.Not just that, but you can also specify on which
date and at what time should your ads be displayed.
I generally prefer keeping the default settings because my ads do not target any specific country,
and I want my ads to be visible 24x7. This is something that I’ve never tried researching and
testing, so I’m just assuming the having your ads visible 24x7 is the best thing to do.
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Step 4 Creating the Ad
This is a crucial step.Here we actually create our ad that will be visible to our visitors
Choose a good ad title and ad text.The basic rules of ad-writing will apply here.Give a Display
URL and a Destination URL.The Display URL is what will be displayed in my ad.The Destination
URL is the actual URL that my visitor will be taken to after they click on the ad. These two URLs
may or may not be the same.
Step 5a Entering Keywords
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This is another important step.Here we enter our keywords for which our ad will be displayed.
Do a proper keyword research using Keyword Elite and come up with several keywords. Enter
them in the box provided and click “Add to keyword list”. Ideally, I try to create several tightly
focused keyword groups.This usually increases my CTR and makes my ad more relevant.
Step 6 Select Budget
In this step I specify my budget and cost per click.
I usually start with a monthly budget of $50.And select the option that says “spend budget until
depleted”.This is because I want maximum exposure for my ads.
I select 5 cents as my cost per click. I can select more if I want to, but I prefer entering the lowest
allowable bid.Yahoo’s lowest bid is 10 cents.And MSN is 5 cents. So I prefer entering 5 cents.
Based on my Budget and CPC, I’m shown an estimated number of clicks my ad will receive per
month. I’ve found these estimates to be VERY misleading.They don’t help much because the
actual figures are much higher than the ones shown.
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Step 7 Preview the ads
Here, I get to preview my ad and other settings I’ve made. I can make any editing changes here if
I need to
Step 8 In the next screen, I’m shown a summary of my ad group.
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Then I simply repeat the process with another ad group containing a different set of tightly
focused keywords.Once I have a few such ad Groups,my first campaign is ready to activate!
Then repeat the entire process with a different campaign.This may seem like a lot of work, but it
isn’t. If you are ready with your keywords, the process will not take more than a few minutes.
And remember all this is to be done just once –“set it and forget it”(don’t technically forget it,
but monitor them every few days. ;-)
I know I should also regularly split testmy ads, but this is something that I don’t concentrate on
a great deal, since I have so many sites and so many ads up and running. But it’s something I
know I should do. I spend more of my time cranking out sites and monitoring which ones are
performing the best with AdSense. If I notice a major change in traffic to the sites, then I check
out the ad campaigns specifically.
Definitely, the key to getting more clicks on my PPC ads is to make the ads as relevant as possible
to the keyword(s) being searched. If my ads appeal to the human emotions, they tend to
increase my CTR. Also,my ads try to stress more on benefits and less on features.
When I was first learning about PPC advertising, I read Perry Marshall’s book The Definitive Guide
to AdWords .One of the things it taught me was how to write an attractive ad. I highly
recommend it.
Once you are done with your ads, your campaign is complete and all is set to get you traffic.
I would like to mention a few things…
I do not focus too much on the keywords I choose to bid on. I know I should, but with so many
sites, it is almost impossible for me to take the time to manually select specific keywords I should
use for each site. I find out around 300 keywords fromThe Dowser and dump them into my
campaigns. Since I bid the lowest amount for each keyword, I’m not worried about paying too
much for the traffic.
Matt’s Comments:
One thing I highly recommend you do is to split-test your PPC ads. Create 2 ad
campaigns with the same keywords and bidding prices. Then, see which one outperforms
the other. Then, use that “winning”ad as the control and do the same
with a new set of ads. This will help you narrow down what ad format works best
for getting visitors to your site(s).
Abhishek mentioned that he is not split-testing his ads, but he knows he should. It
takes a little extra time and effort – but for long term results, it’s definitely worth it.
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Had I been using Google AdWords, then yes, I would have had no other option than to focus on
each of my keywords and decide how much I should bid.
I try to make my ads emotionally appealing to the searcher. Like I said, if the ads can strike a cord
with the searcher’s emotions, they will most likely click on my ads.
I’m sure it would benefit the reader a great deal right now if I would reveal one of my PPC ads, or
even my domain(s), however, I hope you understand that I’d prefer NOT to reveal that – for
obvious competition reasons.
This is why it’s important to track your PPC ads to see which keywords are bringing visitors to
your sites, and if the cost FOR the visitor is much less than what you’re making on the AdSense
click.
Q: What about free organic search engine traffic? Do you concentrate on
that too?
Until recently, I was concentrating solely on advertising my sites through Yahoo and MSN (as
mentioned before, I tried to steer clear of Google Adwords since I was trying to make most of the
money with their AdSense program.
However, recently I started to dabble a bit with search engine optimization for some of my sites.
To date, I don’t have many stats on that since I just recently started. But as soon as I can show
some updates, I definitely will.
Matt’s Comments:
You’ll notice that there are a few things that Abhishek could do in addition to what
he’s already doing that would potentially help him earn more money in the long
run. These things take a little extra effort and time, but they’re important things
that should still be done.
For example,Abhishek said that he doesn’t focus too much on the keywords that
he chooses to bid on (he just chooses around 300 keywords from a keyword tool).
Instead, he should make sure that the keywords he’s bidding on in the PPC
campaigns are NOT the same ones that he’s trying to optimize for on his AdSense
sites. If this was the case, then he may be getting clicks on his PPC ad for an
expensive keyword, but then when that visitor goes to his site and clicks on an
AdSense ad, the AdSense ad-click may be of cheaper value than what he paid for
the PPC advertisement click.
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Most of the things I’ve done for that are the typical ideas of getting as many one-way backlinks
to my sites as possible. The key here is to make sure that they are coming from related sites and
that the backlinks are one-way. Reciprocal linking has definitely lost its power that it once had a
few years back.
I’ve also started some article marketing to bring in more one-way backlinks, as well as posting
articles on blogs for the same reason, as well as for the reason of getting some sites quickly
indexed (this is one awesome benefit I’ve seen from using posting some of my articles on
blogs… quick indexing of that page happens, and then it’s not long until the search engines
spider the links on those indexed pages and they find the other pages on my sites).
It’s looking good so far, but then again, I haven’t been doing it for very long so the results of
traffic aren’t much to brag about. I’m not surprised by the slower impact of traffic by using SEO;
however, I’m doing this more for the long-term instead of immediate results…that’s what I used
PPC for. ;-)
Chapter Recap:
Abhishek gets his traffic almost entirely fromYahoo’s Sponsored Search
(http://searchmarketing.yahoo.com/index.php), and most recently started
using MSN adCenter
He gathers about 200-300 targeted niche keywords from the free keyword
tool,“The Dowser”, and then adds them to his ad campaign.
He then bids the lowest amount per-click allowed for the chosen
keywords. For Yahoo, the lowest bid amount is 10 cents per click.
He sends traffic only to his home page for the niche site and not to the
keyword pages.
After reading Perry Marshall’s book The Definitive Guide to AdWords , he
learned how to write more attractive ads, enticing visitors to click them.
Instead of split-testing his ads, he spends more time creating sites and
monitoring which ones are performing the best with AdSense. Matt’s
Recommendation: Take some extra time to split-test your ads so you can
determine themost effective ad layouts, so in the long run you’re
increasing the amount of targeted traffic to your sites, and thus
increasing the number of clicks on your AdSense ads.
Abhishek recently started practicing SEO on many of his sites, but hasn’t seen
many astonishing results as of yet, though it is looking promising. He’s doing
this for more long-term traffic that won’t require monitoring and more
importantly“paying” for the traffic.
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Q: Once you have your PPC ads up and running and you’re getting some
traffic to your pages,how do you monitor your AdSense sites to see which
ones are working and which ones aren’t?
It is very important that I know how much each of my sites are earning from AdSense, so I know if
I’m earning or losing money with the campaign.
I recently learned that one of the best things to do is to use some sort of tracking software that
will track each AdSense ad click and help determine which ad formats and essentially each
webpages are performing the best. And then from that information, I could be able to modify
the lower-performing pages so they function more like the higher-performing pages.
But since I just recently heard about this, I didn’t use an AdSense tracking software for my
previous sites. I know this is very helpful, but the only reason I am not using tracking software on
the old sites is because I have already created those pages, and I don’t want to change the codes
on literally thousands of pages.
So I use the alternate way of monitoring my earnings - Google’s AdSense Channels.
The Google’s URL channels feature is provided in the AdSense account area for all AdSense
publishers.
According to Google’s Help Pages…
Use URL Channels to track your performance without modifying your ad code. By
entering a full or partial URL, you can begin tracking the performance of particular
pages in your site.You can enter a top-level domain name to track all of the pages on
that domain, or you can enter a partial URL to track all of the pages below a certain
directory. Entering a full URL will track the performance of that particular page.
For example, if I have a site called www.Autoloans101.com, I can create a URL channel in Google
with the exact URL (http://www.autoloans101.com). Then, if I have this set up, I can know exactly
how much this site is earning me. If I want to track a particular page from that site, I can set up a
channel for something like http://www.autoloans101.com/thepageyouwanttotrack.html.
Channels are crucial since I want to build several sites.They help me easily track my earnings for
my different niches. The best part is that channels are very easy to use and set up.
Chapter 6: Monitoring Your AdSense Sites
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The worst part is that Google doesn’t allow users to set more than 200 channels, so this prevents
creating a channel for separate webpages, and trying to determine which individual pages are
performing the best.
Once my traffic source and URL Channels are set up, I’m all ready to check how much my sites are
earning me. For each site, I can now check my advertising campaigns to see how much I am
spending on Yahoo PPC traffic, and then look at the URL channels to see how much I am earning.
This helps me determine whether a particular campaign is profitable or not.
I suggest waiting for at least a week and then compare the total traffic cost and the AdSense
earnings. This will average out the results and will give a fairer estimate of whether a niche is
profitable or not.
If it’s profitable, I just keep the site going as is. But if I notice the site is not making me any money,
then I drop it and move on to the next site. As I mentioned earlier, I’ve dropped about 100 -150
of the 400 initial sites. So now I’m left with the most profitable 250-300 sites, and have better
target-niches to build new sites about.
Matt’s Comments:
As you can see, monitoring the sites and keeping only the profitable ones is a very
important thing to do. But you’ll notice that though Abhishek monitors his
earnings with Google’s Channels, he’s not tracking and testing the specific pages
and ads that are performing the best. He is simply monitoring if they are earning
him money – but there are several details that I believe could help increase his
earnings even more.
For example, if he was using an AdSense tracking software, he wouldn’t be limited
on the number of pages he could monitor. He could see the exact ads that are
being clicked on, which ad formats are being clicked on the most, which keywords
are bringing the most people to his sites, which pages are being viewed the most,
and other data that would help him determine what performs the best on his sites.
If he knew more information, he could then edit his templates so that future sites
would have the highest converting properties on them.
Instead, since he is limited to only 200 channels and a lack of data, he’s only able to
monitor the ‘earnings’ of each site. So rather than being able to monitor each
individual page, ad, and click…and then making changes accordingly, he’s only
able to see the overall earnings for each site.
He’s not doing anything “wrong”… because it’s obviously working for Abhishek.
But can you imagine what his earnings would be like if he were testing, tracking,
and editing each page according to what works best on the highest-performing
ones? There’s no doubt in my mind that his earnings would increase even more. :-)
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Q: When you drop the sites that aren’t performing well,do you ever go back
to them and try to revamp them to see if you could‘make’ them work better
for you… instead of just dumping them forever?
Actually… at first I just dropped the sites completely, forgot about them, and didn’t plan on
trying to work on them ever again.
But after a few successful months into the ‘game’, I decided to rethink my strategy a bit.
Since the time I had first started on AdSense, I had removed about 100 - 150 sites that were not
performing well. As I mentioned earlier, after tracking over weeks and months, these sites
seemed to constantly give me losses. I was basically paying more to get traffic to the sites than I
was seeing in return earnings from AdSense.
But two months ago, I decided to conduct a little test and see if I could (in your words) “make”
these sites work better.
The test was to re-activate the rogue sites (I prefer to call non-profitable sites as rogue sites!) and
monitor them once again.
The results were far from what I had expected. To my utter surprise, out of those roughly 200
sites, around 75 were turning out to be profitable.
These sites are now pulling in around an additional $100 per day in AdSense revenue!
The remaining 125 or so are still giving me the“ouch” feeling! ;-)
But I’m fine with that because if I hadn’t done this test, I would have been leaving $100 per day
on the table. That’s about $3,000 per month… It was worth it to me to rehash what I had
dumped originally!
Remember, these 200 sites were removed only after extensive tracking / monitoring. Even then,
after a few months, 75 are doing well.This clearly reinforces my belief that you cannot be 100%
sure about which sites will be profitable and which will not.
I will be re-activating the remaining 125 ‘rogue sites’ again after 2 months to see if they can turn
around and make a profit for me. And I will not be surprised if many of them start to give me
profits.
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So the moral of my story is:
Make as many sites as you can,and the numbers game will continue to
be in your favor.You will lose in some niches, but you will be profitable in
most.
Note: If you don’t play your cards right, choose ‘potentially profitable’ niches, track and watch
your ads, then it will be much harder to bring in a profit. But from all of my personal experience
with this ‘game’, I stand by this strategy because I KNOW it works for me.
Chapter Recap:
Abhishek currently uses Google’s URL Channels when he monitors his
AdSense sites. This allows him to compare how much he is spending on
Yahoo PPC advertising traffic with how much he is earning on the AdSense
sites. Like I do, he also recommends using an AdSense tracking software
since Google limits the number of Channels to only 200.
He waits at least a week and then compares the total traffic cost and the
AdSense earnings. If a site is making him more money than he’s spending on
traffic, he keeps the site and campaign running. If not, he scratches it.
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Q: What are your expenses towards this incredible AdSense-site campaign of
yours?
The expenses really aren’t that large. My main expense is definitely towards my traffic. However,
that expense just comes directly out of some of my AdSense earnings each month.
Other minor expenses for this have been towards HyperVRE and Instant AdSense Templates. But
I don’t even consider them an expense anymore because I’ve made my money back from those
initial payments a long time ago!
The only other expense is towards my web-hosting. I can’t think of any other major expense. I
guess if you consider time as an investment…then yes, I spend some time building my sites. :-)
Q: Can you break down this entire process into a short summary of events?
Basic run-down of my AdSense earnings process:
1. I select my niches.
2. I use my templates and create the sites using HyperVRE Gold
3. I upload my website as a sub-directory in one of my domains.
4. I generate around 200-300 keywords for my PPC ad campaign by using a keyword
software.
5. I create my PPC advertising campaigns mainly on Yahoo/Overture Sponsored Search
program.
6. I create an AdSense channel (or use AdSense tracking software) for each of my websites
so that I can track the performance of each site.
7. I wait for a few days to compare how much I have spent on my site to get traffic and how
much I have earned in AdSense. This lets me decide if I want to keep the site or scrap it.
8. I repeat the entire process for different niches. And I now have about 400+ sites online!
All the above may sound a bit complex. But if after doing all these once or twice, it has become
very easy to repeat the process. Just getting my feet wet and learning the initial processes is
what allowed me to learn and build my niche-site business. After that, it’s just repeating the
processes over and over again!
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So there you have it! You’ve learned how 1 person with almost zero, past experience with
Google AdSense is making a very handsome sum of money using the exact tactics outlined in
this case study.
I know that when I read a report about someone succeeding with their online endeavors, I
become overwhelmingly motivated to take action and make it happen in my own business and
life too.
UPDATE: Below in the bonus section of this newly revised case study version 2, I’ve
included some very good articles on AdSense. Abhishek wanted to write some articles
specifically for this case study that would cover some more advanced strategies that
not only he is using,but ones that he feels you should add to your business
immediately.
Please check out the additional advanced strategies offered below!
I truly hope that you use this report as motivation of your own to take that first step towards
financial independence. Now get to it! J
All the best,
Matt Callen
http://www.hypervre.com
http://www.hypervremonthly.com
http://www.adspytracker.com
http://www.nicherevolution.com
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Strategy #1:
The # 1Way To EarnMassive Checks From Google AdSense
Before proceeding further, I would like to mention that whatever you are about to read might
not appeal to some people. But you have to ask yourself “Do I really want to earn from AdSense
or do I want to be one of the countless many who are laying in the AdSense grave?”
If you decide that you want to be an AdSense winner, then welcome to the club! I can tell you
that what you will read will help you make earn a hefty income with AdSense if you actually do
what you learn.
When I started my AdSense business, I had only 1 site - and that site paid me just a few cents
every day. I cried,wailed, but Google didn’t even notice me. I cried again the next week, and the
week after that, but there was no change in my AdSense earning! Looking at my income, I felt no
better than a beggar on the street, with just a few spare changes in my bowl.
Thankfully, I soon realized that it was foolish to depend on just 1 niche. I understood that I did not
have the power to convert a low-paying niche into a high-paying one. But I DID have the power
to choose my niches.No one could stop me from that.
Most people complain that they are not making any money with AdSense.When I ask them how
many niches they’re in or how many sites they have, the answer is usually 3-4.
You see, it is almost impossible to earn from AdSense with just 1 site unless you get thousands of
visitors every day. But I assume you do not have that kind of traffic, right?
Written By HyperVRE Case StudyMember:
Abhishek Agarwal
Bonus Report
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Otherwise you probably wouldn’t be reading this!
If you have just 1-2 niches, I can promise you with almost 100% confidence - you will not be
happy looking at your AdSense earnings! If you want to be a big player, you WILL have to
diversify into many niches.Yes, there is a bit of work involved. But you have to consider this as a
business. If you treat it like a business, it will pay you like a business.
If you decide to do this work yourself, it might take you 1-2 months or maybe 3 months. But it’s all
worth it.Another option is to outsource this work and have other people do it for you. But before
you can outsource something, you must first know how to do it on your own. If not, you won’t be
able to show someone else how to do it.
We have to focus on quantity and volume.We want to play in big numbers. When I say we need
to focus on“quantity and volume”, I don’t mean that we need to forget about the quality of the
sites. The sites still MUST have quality content, and essentially “add something to the internet
world.”
You know, there is something really funny about niches.The way some niches work often defies
logic. Niches that you think would be high paying may prove to be total disasters.
And niches that seem to be hopeless might turn out to be real winners. It really has nothing to
do with competition. I always say that you can never be 100% sure about which niches would be
profitable and which won’t.
I have learned that if I go into 10 markets, there will be around 6 that will be winners. So if I want
300 profitable sites, I need to make around 500 sites.
If you ask me, I feel this is much easier than searching for “the best niches” that are out there. It is
just like throwing enough stuff onto the wall and see what sticks.
Once I understood this basic truth, I spent the next few months,making hundreds of mini sites. In
fact I created well over 500 sites. In order to keep Google and my visitors happy, I made sure to
add some good content on each of my sites.
I drove traffic through my sites using PPC, as that was the most convenient way of giving me
instant results.
After regular testing and monitoring, I found that many of those sites were not paying me. I
scrapped them, and concentrated on those that were good.And my AdSense income has never
been the same again.
I am also about to tell you something that might make some of you feel uneasy.
You must have heard that you should have lots of content on your site.“Content is King”, right?
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But my views are a bit different here. If you want to build an AdSense business, I think Content is
NOT always the King.
Yes, you should have good content on your site, and you should also comply with Google’s
policies. But do not get overly obsessed with putting TOO MUCH content on your AdSense sites.
Here’s why.We should not forget that our main aim is to make money with AdSense. How do we
do that? Our visitors click on our AdSense ads. Our aim is NOT to provide our visitors everything
that they are looking for. If we give them enough content, they’ll be getting everything they
want, therefore, they won’t click on our AdSense Ads.
Just rinse-and-repeat the process and get into as many niches as possible.Work smarter by
outsourcing smaller tasks as much as possible.
The AdSense business has got nothing to do with luck. It has got everything to do with volume
and hard-work.
As I said, this involves some work. But the effort you put in will give you equal results.Armed with
this knowledge you can almost dictate your AdSense earnings.
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Strategy #2:
12Must-KnowTips To Avoid Getting Banned From Google AdSense
Although Google’s AdSense program is an excellent way to earn money,we need to understand
that Google is a company that cannot be messed with!
We should not abuse the system in order to make a quick buck.Many website owners, knowingly
or unknowingly, violate AdSense Terms and Conditions and subsequently get banned.
If you are really serious about earning from AdSense,make sure you do not do anything that can
get yourself banned. I have listed 12 things that you should NEVER even think of doing.
1.Never, I repeat, never click on your own Ads:
I think this is one of the biggest reasons why AdSense accounts get disabled.This seems obvious,
but it’s surprising how many people actually do that intentionally.
If you think by clicking on your own ads, you can fool Google, you are highly mistaken.Google
has got its own proprietary technology to find out if the publisher has clicked on his own ads.
And once they know that, your account is in jeopardy.
Google wants to protect the investment of its advertisers, and it will never tolerate any false
clicks. So make sure you do not make this foolish mistake.
2.Never, I repeat, never tell others to click on your own Ads
I often see click-swapping on AdSense forums. It’s kind of you-click-on-my-ad-and-I-will-click-onyours.
Never ever do this.
If you want a strong AdSense business, stay away from trouble.Don’t ask even your friends,
relatives or employees to click on your ads.Do not provide any kind of an incentive to anyone for
clicking on your ads.
I feel one good way to protect yourself is not to disclose your website’s domain to anyone. Keep it
to yourself and you are safe!
3.Never, I repeat, never modify Google’s AdSense code
This is against Google’s policy. Just use the code as-is.Don’t play around with it at all.
4.Never, I repeat, never put images next to your AdSense Ads.
This is a relatively new policy.When I started with AdSense, this rule did not exist.Moreover,what
Google actually wanted with this policy was never very clear.Nor did Google do a good job of
clearly defining what is allowed and what is not.
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Even I had put some pretty images next to my Ads, and achieved excellent CTR. But here is a rule
of thumb. If you are in doubt, ALWAYS play safe.When this policy was enforced, I did not waste a
moment removing images that were next to my ads.After
all, I love my AdSense account, too!
My suggestion: If you have images next to your AdSense ads, remove them immediately
5.Never, I repeat, never title your ads the wrong way.
You are not allowed to label your Ads with messages like“Click Here”,“Related Links”or anything
else that misleads people into thinking that it is not an Advertisement.
You are however allowed to mention “Advertisements”or “Sponsored Links”, because your ads are
actually Advertisements.And Google is OK with that. If you want, you may prefer not to put any
label at all.
6.Never, I repeat, never put AdSense on pages that do not have enough content.
Yeah, this is something that web-masters may not be aware of. But Google allows AdSense only
on pages with good content.
Therefore it is not advisable to put ads on Thank You pages, subscription pages etc.Make doubly
sure that you have Ads only on pages with good content.
This also means that you should not put your ads on sites with junk content.Any site that doesn’t
really add value to the visitor is considered to be a junk site
7.Never, I repeat, never put AdSense on sites that have got prohibitive content.
Make sure you do not have Ads on sites that have got anything to do with drugs, pornography,
hatred, gambling etc.
Again, this is self explanatory, but some people simply don’t understand!
8.Never, I repeat, never create multiple Google AdSense Accounts.
Google allows you to have only 1 personal account and 1 business account.Google links these
two accounts.Never try to fool Google by creating different accounts under different names.
As long as you do not get caught, it’s fine. But if Google traces these accounts as being used by
the same person, all your accounts are in danger of being suspended.
9.Never, I repeat, never enlist your site in any kind of auto-surf or traffic exchange
programs.
Again, this is against Google’s TOS. So stay clear of it.
10.Never, I repeat, never exceed the amount of ads you can display on a page.
Currently Google only allows 3 Ad blocks, 3 Link units and 3 referral buttons to be put on one
page. I personally feel Google has allowed more than what is required. So, I don’t know why you
would ever want more than this.
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11.Never, I repeat, never reveal your AdSense Data
Google doesn’t allow public display of your CTR, Impressions,eCPM etc on forums, eBooks,
websites or any other publicly viewable media.
But Google doesn’t have any objection if you mention how much you earn from AdSense… just
don’t go into the details of your clicks, impressions, CTR, or eCPM.
12.Never, I repeat, never stay outdated!
Google’s policies are constantly changing. It will help if you know what changes are taking place
in the world of AdSense so that you can update your sites if required.
If you get banned by AdSense for whatever reason you cannot give the excuse that you were
“not aware” of the policy.This will not be of much help. So know the waters that you tread on!
This article, by no means, is a comprehensive list of AdSense Policies. I highly recommend you go
through all the policies in details.And never even try to cheat the system.
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Strategy #3:
The Real Truth About High-Paying AdSense Keywords
Every single day I receive an email from someone or the other saying:
“Abhi, please send me a list of keywords that will pay me $20-$30 per click in AdSense”
You see, I do not blame them for asking that question. It’s not their fault.There is a lot of
misinformation floating around the Internet.And newbies get attracted to anything that
promises a lot of riches.
You will find many sites that will sell you lists of “High-paying AdSense Keywords” or list of
keywords that will “Sky-rocket your AdSense earnings overnight”.
They make you feel that if you purchase their list and design your sites based on these keywords,
your AdSense earnings would touch the sky.
According to them,Google pays you around 50% of the keyword cost. So if someone clicks on
the ad, for a keyword costing $50, you will earn around $25...Cool!
But not so cool! This isn’t how it works…
If it were that easy, you would find gazillions of AdSense success stories.Things are not so simple,
friend!
Currently I have more than 150,000 keywords that I use to drive traffic to my sites. So maybe, I
know a thing or two about AdSense and keywords.
Every day when I look at my stats I know what the real truth is. And the truth is not what you
think.
** The Truth **
Google never discloses what percentage it will pay to the AdSense Publisher.And there are too
many factors involved which determine how much Google will pay you.
As I mentioned above, if Google paid everyone 50% on a keyword costing $50, you would
become filthy rich in no time.Oh!Wish life were so easy!
For many so-called high-paying keywords, Big G sometimes pays me not even 10 cents.Can you
believe that?
Yes that’s true. Less than 10 cents for a HIGH paying keyword.
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Agreed, there are times when I do receive $25 per click, but those are incredibly rare cases.And
those same keywords often give me 10 – 20 cents the next day.
So you can NEVER BE SURE how much a click would earn you.
How much Google will pay you depends on factors such as your landing page, your content,
Google’s smart pricing, the Advertiser’s cost of that keyword, and various other factors that are
beyond our control.
This is what you SHOULD do instead...
Build your sites according to high-paying **niches**.
If you get hold of any keyword lists from any site, you will notice that most of these keywords are
about finance, health, lawyers, business etc.
These niches are generally profitable because advertisers here have got money to spend on
Adwords.And hence they are generally profitable for the AdSense Publisher too.
So build your sites based the high-paying niches, and even more importantly, their sub-niches.
This doesn’t mean other niches are not profitable.Many are. But the high-paying niches are
where our focus should be.
With that being said, you should try to focus on the sub-niches of these high-paying main niches.
Why? Because the competition for those sub-niches is remarkably lower than it is for the main
niche.
So you want to know the secret of succeeding in AdSense?
1. Select several such profitable niches
2.Make websites for these niches
3.Drive traffic
4.And yes, don’t forget to regularly track your cost/earnings ratio
That’s exactly what I have done.And my AdSense business earns me $15,000+ per
month…month after month.
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Strategy #4:
20 PowerfulWays to Boost Your AdSense CTR
Most people think that just by placing the AdSense code onto their website will start earning
them big checks! I am not ashamed to admit that even I thought the same when I was new. But I
soon realized that if I do not optimize my Ads, it is impossible to achieve a good income from
AdSense.
In order to earn big AdSense checks, you have to have a good CTR (Click Through Rate).
CTR is the number of clicks an ad receives divided by the number of times the Ads are shown.A
high CTR means more people are clicking on your Ads.
In this article I would like to share everything I have learned to boost my Google AdSense CTR –
much of which was taught by Matt Callen through his AdSense course. If you follow these tips,
you will see an instant jump in your CTR.
In order to achieve a very high CTR (20% +) it is important that the following points are taken
care of:
Google should serve Ads relevant to your niche.
You should have the right kinds of Ad formats place in the right places
Your Ads should be properly formatted
If you take care of all the three points above, you are guaranteed to have a CTR greater than 20%
We have to ensure that the ads that are being served by Google are closely related with your
content.This is very important because if your ads are not relevant your visitors will not click on
them.Here are some tips to ensure that Google displays relevant Ads on your site
Displaying relevant Ads on your site
Mention your niche keyword in your Title Tag
One great way is to mention your main keyword in the Title tag of your page. This will tell
Google that your keyword must be in integral part of your content; otherwise you wouldn’t
have mentioned it in the title.
Mention your niche keyword several times in the body of your content
Mention your keywords a couple of times in the body of your content. This will tell Google
what your page is all about.
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IMPORTANT: Do Not go overboard with this. If you put your keywords too many times, Google
will think you are trying to spam. Remember, Google is not stupid… so don’t treat them like
they are.
Make your keyword Bold
It also helps to bold your niche keyword, so that it stands out. You can also use H1 tag for
highlighting your keyword. Again, by doing this, Google will feel that the keyword is very
relevant to your site’s content. (don’t go overboard though)
Have descriptive names for your images
If you have images on your page, give relevant names to the image files. For example, if
your site is on bicycle, call your images bicycle1.jpg and bicycle2.jpg and not image1.jpg
and image2.jpg. Also – give a related alt text to the image.
Do not have too much content on your page
This is contrary to what some gurus feel. Having too much of content on the page has got
two disadvantages. Firstly, your keyword density for your main keyword decreases and
Google may not understand exactly what your page is all about.
Secondly, if you have too much of content on your page, your visitors will get everything
they are looking for, and will not be tempted to click on your ads. This will adversely affect
your CTR
Use a descriptive file name
This tip is often overlooked by webmasters. But it’s quite effective. If your page is on
bicycles, call your page www.yourdomain.com/bicycles.htm and not
www.yourdomain.com/bi.htm
Ad Formats and Their Placement
Google provides dozens of ad formats that you can use on your site. These ads are of different
sizes. Some of them are completely ineffective. But some are really powerful. Once you know
what kinds of ad formats to use, you should take care of placing them at the right places. If they
are not placed strategically, they will not be clicked on often enough.
Here are some tips to choose the best kinds of ad formats and optimum placements
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Use Large Rectangle (336 x 280) as your primary Ad format
The Large Rectangle (336x280) works like a charm because it has proven itself to be the best
performing format. If you place it “above the fold”, its magic!
Use Wide Skyscraper (160 x 600) on the Left/Right border
The Wide Skyscraper 160 x 600 performs very well on the left or right side of your screen. I prefer
putting it on the left side because it gets seen more than the right side...
Do not neglect the Link Unit!
A Link Unit is one of the most under-utilized ad formats. But if used correctly, and in the right
position, it can be really profitable format if put in the right place. It is supposed to be placed
near your navigation menu. Most people will think it’s a part of your navigation menu and
automatically read it. And if the ads being served are very relevant to your niche, they will click on
it!
Try using a Link Unit format that has 4 keywords in them. This is because the size of the ad text
would be slightly bigger, and look more like a navigational menu. Also make sure to make the
border color blend with your website’s background
Hey, we also have Search Boxes!
Don’t forget that Google also provides us Search boxes that we can put on our site. Do not put
them above the fold. But those in a less prominent place further down the page. Bottom of the
page or somewhere on the left side below the fold is perfect.
Do not expect much money from Search boxes, but anything that comes in extra counts!
Have your Ads above the fold
This is one of the most important tips to increase your CTR. The term “above the fold”, comes from
newspapers. Any news above the fold on the front page of a newspaper will be read more than
any other part of the newspaper. The same rule applies to AdSense too.
Here, “above the fold” means the top position of your screen that is visible without the user
having to scroll down. So if you place your ads “above the fold”, it will be visible to everyone, and
they won’t have to scroll down. Your Ads are therefore more likely to get clicked. Also, the area
above the fold loads before the rest of the page. So this is by far the best location for AdSense Ad
placement.
Try not to have any other links “above the fold”
This may not always be possible. But if you can, remove all links that are “above the fold”. The only
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links displayed should be your AdSense Ads. By having any other link, you are giving your visitors
the option of clicking on them. This will decrease your CTR. If you do not have any other links,
your visitors will sub-consciously be forced to click on your AdSense Ads. This will shoot up your
CTR.
Do not neglect the bottom of your page!
If you have followed the above points, you will find that most people click on the ads above the
fold. But there will be some who will go down the page. And when they reach the end, they
normally think “what next?” To help them, we should have an AdSense Ad to bid them farewell!!
By placing an AdSense ad at the end of the page they will often click it!
Formatting Your Ads
We have all got something called “ad-blindness”. That means we have been sub-consciously
conditioned to ignore ads. Most of the time we completely ignore banners on web pages. We run
away from anything that remotely resembles an ad.
The same is with AdSense. If we want to make our ads noticed, we have to make sure that they
do not look like blatant Advertisements. We have to format our ads so that they seem to be a part
of our content. Once your ad blends with your page and your content, you will see amazing CTRs.
Here are some tips to properly format your ads so that they don’t look like blatant ads.
Make the background of your ad the same as the background of your
page
If the background of your web page is white, make sure the background of your ad is white too.
Our main aim is to make the ad not look like an ad. If they look like an ad, they will not be clicked
upon. No one wants to click on Advertisements, right? We want our ad to look as if it’s a part of
our content. So make sure the background of your ad is the same as that of your page. This will
do wonders for your CTR.
Remove the border of your ad
Again, this follows the same principle as above. If you put a border around your ad, they will look
like ads. They will scream aloud, “This is an ad!” And this will kill your CTR.
If you remove the border, they will blend with your content.
You might think this is something trivial but many people report a massive increase in their CTR,
just by removing their border. So let the border go by having a similar color as your background
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Provide ample free space around your ads.
Do not make your ads look cluttered. Have enough free space around them to make them look
neat. And if you have blended it well, your CTR would see an instant jump.
Remove additional titles like “Sponsored Links” or “Advertisements”
Google allows you to mention titles like ‘Sponsored Links’ or ‘Advertisements’ above your
AdSense ads. I suggest you do not mention anything like this at all. Why would you want to tell
your visitor that they are Ads when Google already displays ‘Ads by Gooooogle’? So don’t add
any additional text around the ads that will show your visitor that they are advertisements…
Google already does this for you.
Change the Link color to Blue.
This has proven to have a positive impact on my CTR. This is because the color Blue symbolizes a
link. We have got used to seeing links in blue. So if your ads have a clickable blue link, they are
more likely to get clicked.
Make the color of your URL and the color of your ad’s text the same
This again, is often overlooked. If the color of your ad text is the same as the color of your ad URL,
it will make the URL blend, or melt, thereby making your blue link more visible.
All of these ideas will make your ads more clickable while still abiding by Google’s current TOS.
To learn more on how you can turn your mediocre AdSense income into a real continuous flow
of earnings just like Abhishek has done, sign up today for your Free AdSense course at:
www.hypervre.com/Adsense/ .
This is the same updated course that Abhishek signed up for when he first started. There’s
nothing to buy. The course is yours free when you signup at this link:
The AdSense Advantage.
All the best,
Matt Callen

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