Find out what's hot in the US then write about it, good for adsense!

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Find out what's hot in the US then write about it, good for adsense!

Hello,
to attract mass traffic coming from the US is the best strategy for adsense earnings.
To know what's hot at the moment, check out this list http://3pdf.com/?100=hot
It's a list created in real time from google trends over the past few days.
If you produce content about the 3 or 10 first topics, this WILL generate a lot of traffic soon.
Try it for just one week, everyday write one or more articles about those topics and tell me the results you've got.

Is there any way that we can see our own traffic when once we have published something?

Hello, what do you mean?
Are you talking about the traffic you get on best reviewer? If so, you can track it via adsense reports when looking at ad impressions on the channel URL best-reviewer.com

Thats kind what I do. Thanks for the link, I'll look into it.

I find my best practice at http://globalnewsviews.blogspot.com/ is to stay up at night and make the morning news before everyone in America wakes up. Since alot of the war news happens in the middle of the night. I post it to http://globalnewsviews.blogspot.com/ and go to sleep. When I wake up, I usually have a few hundred views. I do that with local news too, when it's interesting. http://geo-location-minneapolis.blogspot.com/
Imagine if I lived in New York, I'd have tons more traffic off that practice.

Good idea for early news!

But is it the same as google top searches or different?

In fact it is a script which takes information directly from google every hour or so and then compile them over several days period:
http://www.google.com/trends/hottrends?sa=X

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