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Google AdSense is a fast and easy way for website publishers of all sizes to display relevant Google ads on their website's content pages and earn money. Because the ads are related to what your visitors are looking for on your site — or matched to the characteristics and interests of the visitors your content attracts — you'll finally have a way to both monetize and enhance your content pages.
It's also a way for website publishers to provide Google web and site search to their visitors, and to earn money by displaying Google ads on the search results pages. Just incase you are new to Adsense we will briefly go over some of it's finer points.
Adsense delivers relevant text and image ads that are precisely targeted to your site content. Every time someone sees an ad on your site and clicks on it you will make money. Sometimes it's only a few cents. Sometimes it's a few dollars. It all depends on the individual ad.

How to Join AdSense
In late 2008, Google tightened up their acceptance policies. According to an email I received from someone who was trying to join the program, you now must meet the following criteria before you are accepted...

- Your must be your own website. You can just sign up with a free blogger or free web hosting account and get approved for AdSense.

- The registration information that you provide during the AdSense registration must match your domain name registration information

- Your website must contain a substantial amount of original content

Once you meet the above criteria, go to http://adsense.google.com to apply.

When you are accepted, simply copy and paste the provided HTML code into any page that you'd like to show the ads. If you've done a good job of defining the content on your web pages, the ads that show should be relevant to the content of your page...increasing the chances of click-thrus by your visitors.

You can either display the ads vertically along side the page like Google does or in a banner-like formation horizontally across your pages. The placement is up to you. You can even customize the colors to match your site's theme.

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Stocks hold gains after consumer confidence data

Tuesday December 30, 10:27 am ET
By Joe Bel Bruno, AP Business Writer

Wall Street holds on to gains after consumer confidence index comes in sharply below forecast

NEW YORK (AP) -- Wall Street showed more signs of stability Tuesday as investors shook off a record low reading on consumer confidence and placed some moderate bets in the last days of a brutal 2008.

The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence index dropped to 38 in December from a revised 44.7 in November, well below the expectation of 45 of economists surveyed by Thomson Reuters.

Investors were well prepared for a disapppointing reading after consumers reluctant to spend left retailers with their worst holiday season in years. The International Council of Shopping Centers reported Tuesday that weekly same-store sales dropped 1.5 percent last week from the 40 retailers it polls.

The market got some support from a slight rise in the Chicago Purchasing Managers Index, which measures manufacturing activity in the Midwest. The index for December crept up to 34.1 from November's 33.8. It is considered a precursor to the national index to be released by the Institute for Supply Management on Friday.

Investors also drew some comfort from the government's decision to provide $5 billion to General Motors Corp.'s troubled financing arm. The Treasury Department said late Monday it would provide the money to GMAC Financial Services LLC from the $700 billion bank rescue program. The Federal Reserve last week approved GMAC's application to become a bank holding company, a move that cleared the way for the company to receive money from the financial rescue fund.

The injection is on top of the $17.4 billion in loans the Bush Administration agreed to provide to the auto industry on Dec. 19. GMAC said Tuesday it would immediately resume lending to certain customers it had previously said were too great a risk for auto loans because of tight credit markets.

In midmorning trading, the Dow Jones industrial average rose 51.37, or 0.61 percent, to 8,535.30.

Broader indexes also were higher. The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose 6.93, or 0.80 percent, to 876.35; the Nasdaq composite index rose 12.52, or 0.83 percent, to 1,522.84.

With many traders away for the holidays, stocks have shown small moves in light volume in recent sessions. Most investors are looking past 2008 for clues about how stocks will fare in the coming year. The major stock market indicators are down 36 percent to 43 percent for the year.

Subodh Kumar, global investment strategist at Subodh Kumar & Associates in Toronto, said the market's moves in the final days of the year are more noteworthy than some investors realize; stocks have been fairly steady despite low trading volume that could easily lead to sharp declines. But he predicts trading will remain volatile into mid-2009.

"It's still relatively encouraging that the markets have been able to hold up," he said.


5 Options to Start Earn Money on The Internet

If you enjoy marketing over the internet and interacting with customers via emails, selling a product online may be the business model for you. A huge variety of things have been sold online, from books and pet food to groceries. However, not every product has the same degree of success.
Selling things online involve activities that are similar to selling offline, such as sourcing for products. The key is to sell a specialty product. A niche market may sound small, but an online business does not just cover certain countries. A niche market is an international market and it can be very big.
Preparation is also the key. You must be an expert on what you are going to sell. Do not just jump on the bandwagon without getting prepared. Note that selling online does not just cover physical goods. You can sell service, or you can sell digital information like e-books, digital reports and memberships such as those on online dating sites.


Almost anyone can make some money through online auctions of which the most famous of auction portals, eBay. New members usually post up what is around the house which are the unwanted Christmas gift, the lucky draw winnings and used items.
Online auction sites are not just a place to unload unwanted stuff. The New York Times reported in 2004 that an estimated 500,000 people make full or part time living by auctioning.
The benefits of selling via an auction sites are the mass audience and fuss free to set up. Setting up a website may be easy part of selling online, however the toughest part is creating trust and getting people to come to the site.
Another advantage of selling on auction sites is the comparatively low start up cost. A simple posting on eBay costs a few cents or up to $4 only but the extras, such as prominence on the website’s front page will cost more money. With the thousands of wares being hawked online, the extras are sometimes a must if you really want to stand out from the rest.
A basic store on eBay costs $15.95 a month and if the sale gets closed, sellers need to fork out a value fee, which for items less than $25, is 8% to 12% of the closing price. Members also have to look into getting a third party payment provider which is PayPal to process the transaction.

Drop shipping

If you do not have anything to sell and are not into dreaming up your own product, drop shipping might be the solution. With drop shipping, you collect the order and forward it to the supplier, who ships directly to the customer. Therefore, you do not have to turn your home into a store. This avoids the huge investment of having a warehouse full of stock that does not move.
For instance, if you sell a product at $100 but you actually get the product from a supplier at $70. You give your supplier the customer’s information and order details and pay them $70. The supplier will do all the shipping. But you bill the customer $100, so you make a $30 profit.
It does sound like an ideal arrangement, but watch out for the scams and the fine print. Iron out details like what to do in case of product defects and payment terms. Be wary of any extra fees they may charge and read thorough the agreement carefully.


The business of becoming an affiliate is booming on the internet. Since there is little cost involved in running a business online but marketing is often an uphill battle, businesses are willing to fork out a chunk for ‘sales assistants’.
It goes like this; someone visits your website and sees the advertisement or reads an email from you promoting a product and follows the link. If the person makes a purchase, so you as the affiliate partner, you get a percentage of the sale.
Being an affiliate is not mutually exclusive. It is often complementary to your own product. However, the product should be compatible to your own. Say for an example, you are selling gold clubs, you may want to be an affiliate with someone who sells gold shoes.
It is natural that once you have sold something to someone to convert them into sales for other merchants in order to create more back end sales for you to earn more profits.

Get paid to

For those who are not into starting businesses, the internet has a host of ‘get paid to’ websites that promise to pay money for activities like filing out surveys, reading emails, and clicking on ads.
However, the problem is, it is often difficult to tell them from the legitimate set ups. UK newspaper The Guardian reported in June 2005 that these ‘get paid to’ websites can be opened by their often anonymous operators extremely cheap and may fold before you earn any cash. Some sites try to sell extras such as membership upgrades. If the site is legitimate, that might increase the rewards, if it is not, you might not see your money again.
So, find out how long these companies have been around. Google the company and go to regulators’ websites to see if any complaints have been lodged against them.
Epinions.com, affiliated with an online auction giant, eBay, is one website that pays for reviews of items, which depending on how often the reviews are used in making the decision.
There are bonuses when members you have referred have written a review and you got a portion of their earnings as well.