AdSense Tip: Get more clicks by using ‘subliminal’ messages

AdSense publishers can get more AdSense clicks or achieve higher click-through rates by leaving ‘subliminal’ messages at strategic locations on their sites/blogs.


Example of an effective 'Subliminal' message


A fine example of a ‘subliminal’ message (check out that 'Please Lah Support A Bit') is shown down below. It was placed by a well known blogger on his blog; its purpose is none other than to subtly ask visitors to support his blogging effort by clicking on ads. The ‘subliminal’ message was placed as the title of his blog sidebar that was full with ads and that include Google AdSense ads.


AdSense Tip: Get more clicks by using ‘subliminal’ messages


Holy cow! He’s a genius! His ingenious ‘subliminal’ message is bound to boost his AdSense earnings!


Yes, that’s the ‘good news’ I have for you AdSense publishers today. Theoretically, leaving ‘subliminal’ messages at strategic locations can give you more AdSense clicks and higher click-through rates but don’t you dare place similar ‘subliminal’ messages on your sites/blogs after this. Why? Let me just bring your attention to the following Google AdSense Program Policies:

...In order to ensure a good experience for users and advertisers, publishers may not request that users click the ads on their sites or rely on deceptive implementation methods to obtain clicks. Publishers participating in the AdSense program:

May not encourage users to click the Google ads by using phrases such as "click the ads," "support us," "visit these links," or other similar language...

I don’t think I have to say much since what Google has mentioned above is self explanatory but let me leave you folks with this subliminal message; DO NOT CHEAT. :)

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

please read 1st comment on http://kennysai.blogspot.com/2009/01/major-renovation.html

Saidul A Shaari said...

Anonymous!

Wow! That post really whacked that other blogger but I don't think we should all go and put an end to his rice bowl. Everybody needs money these days and some are willing to do silly things to get them. Yes, it is wrong to do so but that's their problem and they will have to face the consequences sooner or later. Let him deal with it on his own.

On my side, I would rather remind others to not follow his example. If bloggers really want to make money with AdSense, just follow the given rules. :)

yauhui said...

Kenny Sia uses Nuffnang and not Google Adsense...

Saidul A Shaari said...

yauhui,

Look at you-know-who's site carefully. There are a few AdSense ads there. :)

I should also say that all online advertising programs and that includes Nuffnang do not allow publishers to use deceptive implementation methods to obtain clicks.

Please tell that to the other infamous blogger. :)

simon said...

i dont dare to put this type of heading on top of adsense, google will definitely ban this?

Saidul A Shaari said...

Simon,

You'd better not. Like what I have posted earlier, such deceptions are against Google AdSense policies and TOS. :)

earn money online said...

yeah i must be a good publisher adsense, no chick in anymore :p

get coupons from my bebe blog said...

hi nice blog will you please take a look at my blogs and make sure im not doing wrong with my google ads please help me make sure.

Saidul A Shaari said...

Bebe blog,

You have so many blogs, let me take a look at them first.

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