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When Does an Adsense Newbie become Pro?

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by Ender330, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. #1
    Just wondering when do you move form newbie to pro or whatever is the next
    step after newbie?
     
    Ender330, Jan 24, 2012 IP
  2. thesickearth

    thesickearth Active Member

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    Once you go on vacation and your adsense empire pays for it while you party and fuck around
     
    thesickearth, Jan 24, 2012 IP
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    give trial and error. some adsense publisher became pro after years. there is no shortcut to success in adsense.
    don't focus on earnings but provide more on quality content to your readers
     
    bidder, Jan 24, 2012 IP
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    cujo Well-Known Member

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    Once you see the light and have a non-shitty site.
     
    cujo, Jan 24, 2012 IP
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    1812 Active Member

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    I wouldn't let it worry you ;-)
     
    1812, Jan 24, 2012 IP
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    jlady Greenhorn

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    Yes trial and error and TIME...it takes time to let your sites age and for backlinks to take effect. Most importantly don't give up.
     
    jlady, Jan 24, 2012 IP
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    He's right!
     
    theprince, Jan 24, 2012 IP
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    once you have a stable traffic and income
     
    daniel10, Jan 24, 2012 IP
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    Tearabite Notable Member

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    its really a tough question! you have to become very industrious and also have to work in the proper way then you will become a pro!
     
    digitalwebman06, Jan 24, 2012 IP
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    Bohol Peon

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    You make money with Adsense and it is a lot, you'll be a PRO. For now, just hard work.
     
    Bohol, Jan 24, 2012 IP
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    I read your other posts Ender. Very enlightening to see you could reach $10,000 a month in Adsense by June 30th of this year. Congratulations! The question is:

    Do you think you're a Pro?
     
    michaelgrisso, Jan 27, 2012 IP
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    HA HA I am an Ohio boy myself :) from Warren near Youngstown...we gonna get a Super Bowl ring this year...2 of our natives are playing one on each team...but currently I am living in Colombia South America :) loving it!

    HONESTLY...I don't know what I am...just lucky or really smart...I mean I have tried EVERTHING places no one wants to be...in the end patients and timing got me to where I am.
     
    Ender330, Jan 27, 2012 IP
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    lol, well I don't think it really matters. If you're successful in it, then you can call yourself a noob or a pro. Just keep the money coming in and it won't matter :) I'm in Trenton, bout 20-25 minutes northwest of Cincinnati.
     
    michaelgrisso, Jan 28, 2012 IP
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    How about the Noob-Pro :)
     
    Ender330, Jan 28, 2012 IP
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    I read a great book by Stephen Pressfield titled "The War of Art". In the book he talks about "Turning Pro". I don't think being a pro has anything to do with how much you're earning. It has to do with your attitude toward your work. Once you turn pro your success is durable. It will survive the ups and downs of the real world.
     
    rjpbseal, Jan 31, 2012 IP
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    Hi, I don't think there is a clear moment from newbie to "pro", but I would think that for being pro, one should know about the adsense tos, have read about ad placement optimisation and some other topics related to adsense, so that one doesn't need to ask very simple questions that can be answered by reading adsense help pages.
    As for the money, since the monthly threshold to be paid is $100, when you earn the $100 everyday, so $3,000 per month, you are not a newbie anymore.
    Few exceptions of course is if for some reason you have a very popular website and never used adsense on it, you just register on adsense, put up one block or two, not well located, but because of your high trafic website, you earn more than $100 per day, it doesn't mean you are not an adsense newbie. But those cases must be very rare, rare enough to be ignored :)

    Also, maybe you are an adsense pro, knows a lot about it, but still have a problem with traffic generation, so you don't earn much, then you are pro in adsense, but you have work to do on the webmaster side :)
     
    JamesColin, Jan 31, 2012 IP
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    Depends on how fast you learn. Make a few mistakes here and there and you'll be an expert soon enough.
     
    bimmer, Jan 31, 2012 IP
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    No short cut
    but if you can reach min $100/ day
    I think you become Pro "
    Daily $$$ is easy way to know you pro or newbie
     
    shakira4, Feb 27, 2012 IP
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    As soon as you understand how to optimise ad placement, how to create an Adsense site that provides a decent daily income and are able to replicate these good results, then you'll have surpassed the newbie stage.
     
    icegin, Feb 29, 2012 IP