The Google Adsense program is one of the best ways of making passive income online. This is how it works: if you show your interest in participating in the program by applying for it and your application meets up with the requirements for the program you get approved and when your account with them is created all you need to do is to copy the Adsense code from your account and then place it in the html code section of your website. Automatically the adverts will start to show within twenty-four hours of your approval. 


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There are different advert format you can select from and these includes: Adsense for content, Adsense for feeds, Adsense for domain etc, but because of the topic of discussion we shall focus on Adsense for Domain. The first step to take is for you to do a thorough keyword search. Once you have come up with a high paying keyword you then go to a domain name registering site and then register the keyword as a domain name and then park it. Connect it with you Adsense account by selecting Adsense for domain and then wait for approval. Google will inspect it (this could take a few days) and once they are satisfied with the domain they will approve it and your ads will start showing on the parked domain home page. It will show as if it is a one-page website. And you begin to make money when people click on the ads on your parked domain. The good thing is that you can make anything from $5 to $45 depending on your keyword selection and what it is bidding for at that time.



When you have done all these the next thing to do is to find a way of driving traffic to the parked domain. Google does not allow advertising of parked domain so what you have to do is to create a blog on blogger with that same keyword and then put the link of the parked domain in the middle of every post you make on that blog. You can also drive traffic to you’re the blog by article marketing which involves writing and submitting articles to article directories with your signature back-link to your blog.