Hi Guy’s, We are now moving into the fifth article in this series on my blog, now i am going to show you how to do Pay-Per-Click that works!

This should not be as long an article as the others, yet I do hope you are picking up some nuggets of useful information to take away with you.

There are many reasons for me to write this series of posts, yet the main one is to help others, first and foremost as I believe it is very hard moving into an area or business and not knowing anything.

I must also admit that one in the future people will be able to return the help by leaving helpful comments or suggestions.

Well, today’s content is about Pay-per-click or PPC…what the heck is that? some of you will be asking!

Right, let’s get into it and I will explain more!

Pay-per-click or PPC

Advertisers (Say Google) pay the hosting site (This could be your Blog) every time their ad is clicked on, which is known as pay-per-click (PPC) or cost-per-click (CPC) advertising.

There are the two models for deciding how much should be paid per click, flat-rate, and bid-based rates.

In both models, advertisers evaluate the value of a click from a specific source, but the value varies based on the sort of customer the company is looking for and the benefits that may be received from his or her visit (which is usually revenue).

How to Get Paid

Most working website or blog’s supplement their income with these types of advertising, you can apply this strategy to your sites in our internet marketing endeavours.

When you use pay-per-click advertising on your blog or website, merchants will pay you a portion of what your visitors spend when they click on it.

Google AdSense Pays

One of the most well-known PPC programmes is Google AdSense. It’s simple to include this into your blog, especially if you’re using Google’s Blogger platform.

AdSense displays a variety of advertisements on your blog that are targeted to a certain audience.

To join up for pay-per-click ads like Google AdSense, you’ll need to fill out an online form as your formal application.

This is one of the methods I use on my blog, so give it a go!

As I promised this is just a short article, until the next episode take care.