You have created your Google blog, congratulations! (If you haven't, log unto on your desktop and create one. It's very easy).
Now, the next task is to maintain and consequently monetize your Google blog.

To tell you the truth, the simplest thing is to create a Google blog, but to keep the blog moving is not part of the simplest things.
That is to say you can easily create a Google blog, but you may not be able to easily maintain it. You have to give in your best to make your Google blog work. And I'm very sure you can do your best to make it work; yes I'm sure; I trust you.

The main thing your Google blog needs is content.
You maintain your Google blog by creating and developing content in it. The main purpose of a Google blog is to contain inside it valuable information for its readers. The blog's constructive templates, beautiful designs and other aesthetics should come after.
Do not be too excited, moving around and announcing to friends that you have launched your Google blog site when you have not posted more than ten well written and paragraphed comprehensive write ups in it. Enough content is what matters, and that's what any visitor to your Google blog wants to see and then read.
Sometimes it's advisable to develop very enough content on your own, with your writing pads, phones or note books before thinking of creating a Google blog; so that upon creation of the Google blog, you will happily place your content by modestly posting them in the blog, and then gladly announce to your friends about your Google blog. First thing first; content first; and then you are good to go.

Moving ahead, the next thing you need to learn is to know how to create your content.
For Google blog, the content you should have in mind is purely well written and paragraphed comprehensive write ups. These write ups range from essays, short stories, 'know-how' write ups, sports, fashion, screenplays to news, academic lessons, events, poems and more
Don't bother about the photos or designs you need to attach to them. Just keep writing.

#how to create your content in your Google blog:
Yes you have to keep writing, but then you don't have to write all of those types of write ups. You have to choose a domain. Each of those types of write ups is too broad and they can contain many topics and subtopics. It's generic in nature.

Above all, you have to choose the topic you know very well. A topic well streamlined, but then it has to be generic as it must contain many subtopics that have one origin.
If you choose to write on animals, you can narrow it down to fishes, amphibians, reptiles or mammals. If you choose mammals, you can also choose to narrow it down to carnivores or omnivores.
If you choose fruits, you can narrow it down to citrus fruits, berries, drupes or pomes.
Again, if you choose to write on fashion, you can narrow it down to men's fashion, kiddies or women's fashion.
And if you choose to write on news, you can narrow it down to political news, entertainment news, sports news, national news or breaking news. Just like that!
This is just like in high school biology where you have the system of classification which lists kingdom, phylum, class, order, family genius and species. Organisms in the same group have common features and origin.

The need for streamlining the topic for your Google blog is to help you concentrate on an area of course you know best. It helps in specialization. But if you are very good in a particular broad topic, you may carry on without thinking of getting it streamlined.
If you think you can write on every type of animal, fruits, news, fashion, 'know-how', event or script, then go on!
But mind you, no matter how you want to write it, make sure you stick to a particular type of genre.

Important information: the main trick in having enough content for your Google blog is to choose a topic you will never run out of what to write in it. It needs to be degenerate, just like the cells in plants and animals.

How to decide on the topic to write is very simple. Choose what you have good knowledge in and passion for. Let it be that which makes you have fun when writing on anything in it.
To have fun while writing is the fuel for Google bogging. If you are not having fun, automatically you get bored. And once boredom sets in, it will be hard to make enough content to maintain and keep your Google blog alive.

The two key things that bring about fluency in Google blog content creation are:
-choosing that topic thing that makes you happy; and which makes you have fun.
-choosing that topic which you have full knowledge about; and that which you use to correct some negative impressions or mistakes people make about the theme of the topic.

Don't bother about the money you will need to get a notebook of desktop computer to start off your writing. Just start where you are (school, home, hotel, jail, hospital); Use what you have (paper, writing pad, mobile phone); Do what you can (write as much content as you can).
The cost of writing is cheaper than any other business. *winks*

#how to monetize your Google blog:
Forging ahead, remember you are not writing just for yourself, but also mainly for your readers. Your readers are the ones that seal the purpose of the Google blog you have created.
After you would have developed your content and posted them on your Google blog, the next thing is to invite your friends and readers to visit it.
And after you would have gotten your readers who will be visiting your Google blog often, the next thing you should have in mind is to monetize your Google blog.

Before monetizing your Google blog, there are many ways of getting the visitors to the blog.
One of the most effective is sharing your Google blog contents with your friends on other social media platforms like Facebook, twitter, Pinterest, Google plus and others.
You may not share the very delicate contents, lest your unworthy friends copy them and post them on their own blogging sites, and then take credit.

Now, for monetizing your Google blog, you need to be known for a particular brand; a particular style; a particular interest; a particular genre; a particular type of content.
What is your blog known for? What are your readers looking for in your blog? What are you delivering? What does your blog offer? What's your brand?
Whatever it is you are writing about, that's where your investment lies, and that's where your money will come from.
If you are writing on sports, football precisely, then companies that manufacture football sports wears and accessories can think of advertising their products on your Google blog having noticed you have readers that visit the blog.
Same thing happens when you are writing on other topics. Advertisers of products relating to that your topic of interest will like to place their adverts on the blog.
The advertisers' aim will be to complete the matching contents in your Google blog with theirs and consequently direct the readers to their own brands and establishments.

There is a special Google blog monetization program for Google cooperation. It's known as the Google AdSense.
Google AdSense allows targeted Google ads to be displayed on the pages of your Google blog content. These Google ads are relevant to your content brand. Just like the other type of advertisement, they complete the matching contents in your Google blog with theirs and consequently direct the readers to their own brands and establishments.
But unlike this other type of advertisement, Google AdSense program is absolutely free. All you have to do is to sign up, and if your Google blog's content satisfies the Google AdSense program's requirements, your Google blog will automatically be served with the Google ads.

#how to attract Google AdSense to your site:
Usually, Google will need you to own your Google blog for at least six months for you to be admitted into the Google AdSense program.
So even if you have developed and posted enough content that satisfies the relevance of targeted ads on your Google blog, gotten enough visitors and traffic to the blog, you will still need to own your Google blog for at least six months. That's the way Google wants it. They want authenticity and originality.
#how to beat the Google crawler test:
Eventually, you have waited for six months and you have applied to be admitted into the AdSense program; there is a test your Google blog content has to pass. That's the Google crawler Test.
The crawler is a program designed by Google to determine what the pages of your content are about.
It's a test in the sense that the crawler checks the consistency, continuity and frequency of the choice of words, set of words or literal concepts you used in the pages of your content. It's from these set of words or concepts that it determines what your pages are about. And from this point, Google AdSense will find out the brand of ads that will be most suitable for your Google blog.
So for your Google blog to beat the Google crawler test, the write ups for your contents need to be consistent.
As you read earlier, you need to write on a particular area of interest; a particular topic; a particular genre. You need to be consistent; repeating a particular concept at regular intervals.

And again, there are other things Google crawler determines about your pages. It finds out whether your pages adhere to the Google AdSense program policies.
According to Google AdSense program policies: ''Google ads will not be displayed on, but not limited to sites with pages that display copyrighted material, sites hosting copyrighted files, or sites that provide links driving traffic to sites that contain copyrighted material, warez sites, sites that explicitly state that the material is pirated.
Neither do we accept websites with content related to hacking or cracking.
This includes, but is not limited to, sites which provide instructions or
equipment to illegally access or tamper with software, servers, or websites, sites that provide cheats to multiplayer games or allow users to break the terms and conditions of online gaming communities''

That's Google for you. They are meticulous about their business. Anyway, it's for your own good. Google always aims at serving you better.
Now, let's continue.

#how to maintain the Google AdSense:
When you scale through the crawler test, and when your Google AdSense application is finally approved, through your e-mail address, from Google, you will receive a message like this: ''Congratulations! Your Google AdSense application has been approved. You'll soon begin to see relevant Google ads appear on http://(thenameofyoursite)
Please note: Your AdSense account only allows you to monetize the content that you create on AdSense host partner sites.
To track the performance of your new Google ads and access more AdSense features, sign in to your AdSense account.
The Google AdSense Team''

Isn't that a heartwarming message?
It's a heartwarming one indeed, but you need to stick to some rules so as to maintain the Google AdSense, and consequently remain happy ever after.
Google says:
-Do not click on the ads yourself
-Do not encourage the visitors to your Google blog to click on the ads just for clicking sake
-Do not deceive the visitors to click on the ads
-Do not carry out any act to inflate the number of clicks on the ads

Dear reader, if you fail to keep these rules, Google would have no option than to suspend your Google AdSense account.

My own advice: ''just keep writing, posting, updating your content, having fun with it and loving it. In the long run your Google AdSense will yield you some money through the clicks on the ads made by your loyal readers. The gain from Google AdSense is like royalty''

Enjoy Google blog and Google AdSense!

Written by Winny Greazy
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