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The Google Adsense Handbook - The introductory guide to the web's most famous and popular advertising programme: the basics and key points to know - cover

The Google Adsense Handbook - The introductory guide to the web's most famous and popular advertising programme: the basics and key points to know

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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Earning money with Adsense is easy, but only if you know how. Adsense can really be the perfect way to get the income everyone has always dreamed of. Running an adsense account is simple and with time can become very profitable. It does not require you to keep hours and does not expose you to orders from a manager. You can monetise your website or blog from anywhere in the world, at any time of the day, building the lifestyle you really deserve. To succeed, however, it is not enough to improvise. You need to study and apply the techniques outlined in this guide on an ongoing basis, delving deeper into the web and keeping up to date with the latest developments in the field. Thanks to this practical step-by-step manual you can finally unleash your economic potential on the web.

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