Setting up Adsense on your Autoblogging site

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There are many ways to make money from Autoblogs - and Google Adsense is one of the easiest.
You can set up your autoblog to pull content from great sources like the galert plugin for autoblogging does -and monetise your blog by advertising.

this short video shows setting up a google adsense banner on a blog and is part of the overall training provided with the G alert system.

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