Picking your subject for best Adsense results
No, this is not about going out and finding high paying keywords and writing
copy designed to attract ads for those words. Well, it's a little bit about
that, but without the soulless mercenary aspect.
I don't believe that most people can "write to order". Some can, of course.
Give them a subject, let 'em do a little research, and they'll whip out
an impressive made to order post. Most of us can't do that: go back and
review your old school term papers if you think you can. If you find
that those papers actually were interesting and educational, maybe you
do have that knack, and I wish you well in what is bound to be a very
lucrative blogging career.
But most of us write best when we already have a passion for our subject.
If coin collecting is your fanatical hobby, you can probably write more
enthusiastically about that than something you have little interest in. Maybe
you could write to order, but it would be hard, right? Most of us would
agree with that.
But that doesn't mean that you can't find the optimal keywords within
your chosen category. For example, if you are equally capable of waxing
on at length about mid 19th century American pattern coins (coins specially made, often
to show proposed designs to Congress folk) or the subtleties of early English
copper coins, it would make sense to write more about whichever attracts the
higher paying ads and more appropriate ads. I don't mean that you shouldn't
write about what you know well and want to expound upon, but if you have
equal fervor for either subject, why not write mostly about the one that pays better?
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