Introduction To Google Adsense

Google Adsense is a monetizing platform by Google through which you can show ads on your websites, YouTube videos or mobile applications. Adsense becomes the one of the best company to show advertisement on Websites, blogs, etc. many Websites use AdSense program to show ads on their content, many websites use AdSense program to show advertisement on their websites, Youtube, it is the best program to show ads.

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The most asking question is why Adsense pays? The answer is Google has a deal with many companies which helps Webmaster to show advertisement web page. For advertisement Adsense gives some revenue to the webmaster, Adsense keeps some revenue.  We will discuss it in the Payment section.

How it Works

  • If the website owner wishes to participate in AdSense program then, they have to insert the Adsense javascript code into their website(web page).
  • Whenever someone visits that web sites that time google uses javascript code to show Adsense ads on their websites then google Adsense use that java code to sow ads on their website. this the best way which all website owner uses.
  • When someone watches the advertisement (impression) then Adsense pays revenue, or someone clicks on the ads then Adsense pays.
  • Adsense keeps some revenue and it pays some revenues to the webmaster. Because of this reason webmaster gets ready to show advertisement on their web pages.
  • Adsense shows simple text, image, animated image, flash video, video, or rich media ads.
  • It has a deal with all over the country.
  • Adsense keeps 45% revenue and it pays 65% to the webmaster,

So How Does Adsense Work?

It all starts with Advertisers. An advertiser will choose certain keywords on which they would like to advertise.

Let’s suppose I want to advertise my new guitar shop. I would bid on certain keywords like “buy guitar, guitars for beginners, cheap guitars, etc”. The amount that I would bid depends on the competition of keywords. For example: Certain keywords are very competitive like insurance, health, etc. So If I had to advertise on those high competitive keywords I would need to bid high amounts anywhere from $1 to even as high as $50 to $80 per click!

After an advertiser makes bid on certain keywords Google will place their ads on contents related to that keyword. For example: If someone makes a video or writes about “guide to buy guitar”, then my ad will be shown in their video or blog.

Once someone clicks on that ad, Google will charge money from me (advertiser), take some % of that money and give the remaining share of that money to the content creator.

As you can see there are ads on my website. If you click on those ads, I’ll make few $ off it.

Don’t worry if you didn’t understand any of this. It’s not necessary right now. You’ll start to know more about it as you start with AdSense.

The Nuts and Bolts of Ads

Prior to this point, you may or may not have heard of Google AdSense. If you haven’t, it’s an ad network that Google has set up to allow Web site owners, bloggers, and others to place ads on their site and make money. Put simply, an ad network is essentially a place that contains ads from companies who are looking to advertise on Web sites. Companies approach ad networks and they ask them to run their ads on sites that are signed up on the ad network (i.e. if you had a Google AdSense account). Simple concept, right? The quick ‘n dirty breakdown goes something like this (don’t worry if you don’t understand any of this yet; I break it all down on page 2 for you):

  • 1 – Begin with a Web site or a blog.
  • 2 – Sign upfor a Google AdSense account (it’s free).
  • 3 – Prepare an ad unit to be posted on your site (color, size, and content you would like to filter).
  • 4 – Place your ad unit on your Web site/blog.
  • 5 – Populate your Web site/blog with content.
  • 6 – Promote your Web site/blog and make money from ad clicks/ad views.

Now, it’s not so simple to just follow 6 steps and profit, but that’s the essential framework of how it works. There is a great deal that you need to do with each step to help #6 along and I will cover the essentials later in the post. But for all intents and purposes, it really comes down to having a site, signing up for AdSense, creating an ad unit (basically, a placeholder you put on your Web site that runs ads from Google AdSense), then placing it on your site and hopefully making money as you populate your site with content and grow its popularity. Now, if you’re like me, you need almost granular detail about how something works to feel like you’ve got a solid understanding of it.

In order for you to really understand how this all works — I mean, for you to get a FIRM grasp — you have to understand the ad ecosystem a bit. In other words, how do these ads — seemingly EVERYWHERE you go these days online — actually help make a person money? How do these ads make Google BILLIONS of dollars? How does Google pay you when you place these ads on your site? How do the companies that these ads are created for profit? By the way, if you have any specific questions you would like to ask after reading this article, feel free to fire them away in the comments below, okay? But PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE FIRST! Despite my initial attempt to make this article flow as easily as possible, I will inevitably touch on various points at different times and leave a number of you confused.

First, it’s important to understand what happens when someone clicks an AdSense ad. The site that runs the ad makes money AND Google makes money. In fact, Google earns more than you do by a wide margin, so that’s how Google can afford to do this. So, to take you to the top of the chain of how it works, companies go to Google and they say, “Hey, Google! I’ll pay X amount of dollars/cents to you for every ad click and/or ad impression if you run my ad on relevant sites that people have AdSense installed on.” Google then takes that ad (which must first go through a strict acceptance process), pops it on their AdSense network, then — if your site is deemed relevant to the content of the ad — Google will give you a percentage of what they earn from every click on that ad if it displays to a visitor on your site.

The only grab to the whole thing is that you don’t see any of that money hit your bank account until you earn $100 worth of clicks/impressions (impressions are simply the ad being displayed. A small amount is usually paid per X number of impressions, but clicks are always worth far more). That’s okay, though, because seeing even one cent show up in your AdSense account is a huge motivator if you’ve never messed with it before. Once you see that it really works, it motivates you. To note, it took me 11 months to hit $100 when I first started running AdSense ads, primarily due to me not having a good understanding of it, but for as long as that may seem, time flew by and I was enjoying watching the numbers rise (even if it was at a snail’s pace). It can get frustrating sometimes when you don’t see the numbers rise quickly, but always remind yourself that you have PLENTY OF TIME to work on this!

Don’t let your desire to make money override sound perspective. Even if it takes you a year to hit $100.00, that will be an extra $100.00 you didn’t have before! Plus, the learning experience makes it worth it. With that said, I will be giving you many options to choose from throughout this series, such that you will undoubtedly find a way to monetize somethingyou’re passionate about; thus, the effort you put into things will be fun more times than not. I promise. 🙂 Back to AdSense, when you sign up, they require your Social Security number (SSN), address, name, and additional personal information. This is because you’re essentially starting your own little freelance business. And because Google are the ones who pay you, they have to report all of these things when it comes tax time.

So, if you’re a Google conspiracy theorist or reserved about Google having that information, then you will just have to wait until future parts of this series to find something to delve into. Now, where taxes are concerned, it is very important for you to understand that you have to report your earnings (here in the U.S. at least). With earning money online comes a certain level of responsibility. Don’t dig your own grave by earning a lot and then spending it all! If you remember taxes and integrate that into your earning process, you will not have to worry about shelling money out-of-pocket to cover them if you don’t have enough write-offs to balance your earnings. A good rule I recommend is to put away 50% of what you earn every time you get paid. That will ensure that you have more than enough come tax time.

So, are you overwhelmed or confused? Are you ready to not even consider doing this because I’m talking about Web sites and blogs and ads and taxes and social security numbers and the likes? Yes, there is an education that has to happen here, but trust mewhen I say it’s really not as big of a deal as it seems right now. Yes, you may have some things to learn — potentially a lot — but so did I! Heck, to this day, I’m stilllearning, but that process never really ends. If you stick with it, you’ll get the basics down with no problem. From there, it’s all about monitoring ad performance, trying new spots for your ads if one spot doesn’t seem to be performing well, and more advanced things that will help you earn *more*. You will already be earning, but the quest then becomes earning *more* than you’re already earning. Still with me? I hope so. 🙂 If so, then let’s head on over to page two where I’ll delve into the aforementioned 6 steps in more detail for you. Then, I’ll discuss some AdSense no-nos and conclude the first part of this series!

Down to Specifics

Alright. So now I’m going to take those 6 steps on the previous page and explain them in more granular detail. But before I do that, let me once again stress that you need to give yourself time to learn! For many of you, I recommend giving yourself at least3-6 months to gain a solid understanding of everything I cover and link to in this article. And if you have any questions or if you’re confused about something by the time you reach the end of the article, I encourage you to please ask questions. I will answer them as best I can! And now on to the 6 steps:

  • 1 – Start a Web site or a blogIf you’ve never started your own Web site or blog, then your journey to implementing ads to make money probably feels like an impossibility to you right now. Fear not, though. If you’re unsure how to purchase a domain name, a hosting plan, and put up your own Web site, there are plenty of places out there on the Web where you can simply sign up for a free blog! I recommend WordPress or Blogger. Both sites have great guides for walking you through sign-up and quickly choosing a look to get you off-and-running quickly. Again, it’s completely free to sign up for a WordPress or Blogger blog, so right off the bat with this process, you’re out absolutely nothing monetarily.

 

  • 2 – Sign up for a Google AdSense account: Signing up for AdSense isn’t difficult, but it does involve a process. Once you provide Google with the information they need, they will mail you a card (not email, but snail mail) which contains a code you will need to enter to activate your account. This is so they can verify your address. Now, I’m a big fan of utilizing well-crafted resources, so just about all of your questions about signing up for — and utilzing — AdSense are answered on Google’s AdSense Newbie Central or on their AdSense Support site. Look in the left-hand sidebar of either of those sites to find links that will take you to AdSense videos, webinars, and more! I expect you to spend some time around there and really get your learn on.

 

  • 3 – Prepare an ad unit to be posted on your site (color, size, and content you would like to filter):Once again, referring to Google’s very own help section will allow you to make fast work of this. Here is a link to Google’s help section regarding the preparation and utilization of ad units. When doing this step, take into consideration the types of content that are most related to the content of your site. You can filter out specific categories of content not related to your site, thus eliminating pointless ads from being shown to your users! Unfortunately, for the time being, filtering out content affects all of your ad units. So if you have two completely different Web sites, since you can only have one AdSense account, you will need to have all applicable categories of content made available. Luckily, though, if your site’s content is targeted enough, Google will be smart enough to apply applicable ads to your individual sites! Remember, no clicks for you means no clicks for them. They make money when you make money, so it’s in their best interests to display the most relevant ads to your site. Lastly, you can create as many ad units as you’d like, but only 3 will display on any one page, so take that into consideration as well.

 

  • 4 – Place your ad unit on your Web site:Once you follow the steps above, you will have an ad unit ready to be placed on your Web site. Where you place it is up to you, but there are people out there who swear by particular placements. It seems individuals have their own unique success with placements, though most I have run across claim that the right side of the page works best for them. If you would like, you could just stick with what Google recommends for your type of site by using their ad location best practices optimizer. While there are ways to monitor individual ad performance and placement, I will cover that and more advanced facets in a later post.

 

  • 5 – Populate your Web site or blog with content:The easiest and most fun of the steps, this is where you fill your site with whatever content you want! If you run a photo blog, post photos. If you run a journalism site, post articles. If you run a game site, post links to games. Whatever you do, definitely get text on your page that’s related to the topic of your site. If you run a photo blog and only post photos, Google isn’t going to have a freakin’ clue as to what types of ads to run for you. Their spider understands text, not images. So, if you have a picture of a blue flower, make sure you get the words “blue flower” on the page! If need be, take a look at the steps in my SEO for images blog postto get a good idea for ways to get text in with your images!
  • 6 – Promote your Web site or blog and make money from ad clicks/ad views:Promotion is incredibly important, because you can’t obtain ad clicks or page views if you don’t have visitors! Create a Facebookpage, a Twitter account, and maybe even a LinkedIn These are very popular social networks that will allow like-minded people to find you much quicker than if you simply create a site, post to the site, and leave it at that. And if you look at my signature at the bottom of this post, you will see where I have linked out to all three of those sites! Another idea is to go out and find some forums or other blogs that post content related to yours. Visit Google, type in a search related to your content and add the word “blog” or “forum” to it. You can establish mutual friendships with individuals who run similar sites and engage in facets like guest-posting. If someone has a much more popular blog than you, why not see if you can do a guest post on their blog with a link back to your page? If people enjoy what you post there, they will certainly check you out! But you want to have content on your site for people to see if they go there, so make sure you spend some time populating your site before you spend time promoting it heavily.

I will dive much deeper into some of the methods above in a later post. Believe me when I say there is A LOT to discuss yet in terms of monitoring ad performance, ways to promote your site, and more. People have whole blogs dedicated to just those topics alone, so if I didn’t cover something in particular that comes to mind for you, feel free to ask and I’ll either give you an answer myself or link you to somewhere that has information I think you will find useful.

AdSense No-Nos

No introduction to Google AdSense is complete without a naughty list. An extensive list of Google’s AdSense program policies can be found here, but I’m going to list Google’s brief overviewof them here for faster reference:

  1. Don’t click on your own ads. 2. Don’t ask others to click on your ads. 3. Don’t include any prohibited site content, including adult content, violence or excessive profanity, drugs (including alcohol and tobacco), or copyrighted material. 4. Don’t modify the AdSense code. 5. Do follow our Webmaster Quality Guidelines. 6. Do provide a good user experience. 7. Don’t place more than 3 ad units, 3 link units, and 2 search boxes on any page. 8. Don’t place images near ads in a way that may mislead users into thinking that the images are associated with the ads.

And with that, I will go ahead and wrap up this introduction to Google AdSense. As you can see, it’s free to sign up and the only cost is your time and effort. There is certainly a learning curve, but if you’re already running a Web site that sees any number of visitors, you need to get on the ball and start running AdSense if you’re seeking out avenues for earning residual income! If you’re lucky enough, you may end up like one of the few who earn tens-of-thousands of dollars a month on AdSense. The most I’ve ever made in a month is ~$400, and you had better believe that while it didn’t make me rich, it made me unbelievably happy. An extra $400 a month can do a lot of good for someone — especially in this economy (speaking as someone who lives in the U.S.)!

 

How To Make Money With Google Adsense Without A Website

 

Earning money from a website is one of the very popular ways. But how to make money with Google Adsense without a website? Let us learn and find out.

Adsense has been one of the most attractive avenues to net geeks to earn money. There are two main important factors for it. Number one is Adsense is promoted by Google which is the king of the internet.  Secondly, it offers reasonably high revenue in a most transparent way.

Google Adsense is one of the best contextual ad networks which provides qualitative Ads to the Advertisers.

Adsense is best for making money because of the following reasons.

  • It is completely an automatic solution to provide Ads.
  • Adsense provides Ads for different categories.
  • It provides Ads both of low and high CPC.
  • There is no worry for only low-quality ads, as it provides ads from various category and it keeps on changing.
  • Revenue sharing by the Google is transparent.
  • It is a very easy to use solution.

If you have a website and drawing good enough traffic over it, then earning through Adsense is a natural option. Getting approval from Adsense is not a big issue as always proclaimed. But what if you don’t have a website?

Make Money with Google Adsense without a Website

There are different ways to make money with Google Adsense without a website. Let us enumerate those avenues one by one here.

Make Money by Using HowHub

The HowHub website is a well-known name among the people who are looking to make money with Google Adsense without a website.

It is a very high volume website which provides you the opportunity to earn revenue by posting a qualitative article on it.

he site is totally free to join and without any risk. If you are good at writing quality articles, your earnings may skyrocket. They offer you shares ranging from 50-100% of the total revenue earned from your post.

Make Money by Using YouTube

YouTube is yet another lucrative option to make money with Google Adsense without a website. It is an equally viable opportunity.

In YouTube, you are required to share videos. Your video should be unique and should be able to draw an audience. You can run Adsense on your YouTube videos.

YouTube is an American video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California. The service was created by three former PayPal employees — Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim — in February 2005. Google bought the site in November 2006 for US$1.65 billion; YouTube now operates as one of Google’s subsidiaries. According to WikiPedia

Youtube is one of the top visited websites in the world where users can stream videos and lots more.

They Let you earn money just uploading unique and quality videos users love . It’s one of the top secrets of guys who make money online. It’s Popularly Known as Youtube Adsense, not for Websites.

Its simply simple!

  • Setup a Youtube Channel
  • Add Some Quality Videos
  • Await Approval from Google
  • Get People to Watch
  • Earn

Sounds Simple Right?

So Now let’s get Started. You simply don’t setup a Channel and Start Earning right away, you need to be approved to the Youtube Partner Program.

Keep Reading:

Youtube Partner Program

In order to Join the Youtube Partner Program and get approved, there are few simple things you need to do!

Setup a Youtube Channel

  1. Go to www.youtube.comand setup a Channel make sure it is the Google Mail Account

From the Left Menu Click My Channel and Setup a Channel for uploading your videos, give it a Description.

  1. After Creating that Channel, Make a Video if you don’t have one already and upload to your youtube Channel from the“Upload a Video” link.

 

Now that you’ve successfully created your youtube Channel and uploaded the said video to it, Its now time to send some views  to it.

Getting YouTube 10,000 Public Channel Views

YouTube made an update earlier.

You need to get 10,000 public views on your video before you can apply for Google Adsense. Unlike before when you setup a channel and apply for Adsense right away.

Since you’ve uploaded your video, you can run an advert on facebook or get some youtube views from seoclerks

Now I assume you’ve arrived at 10k+ page views.

To Apply Follow below:

  1. Login to YouTube.
  2. In the top right, select your account icon >Creator Studio.
  3. In the left menu, select Channel > Status and features.
  4. Under “Monetization,” click Enable.
  5. Follow the on-screen steps to accept the YouTube Partner Program Terms.
  6. Follow other Necessary Options

Note: Make sure you don’t copy and upload others videos.

Google would Notify you via Email on Approval.

When you get approved, upload more quality videos and get more views, definitely resulting in money.

This is the First Step on how to earn money from Google Adsense without a website.

The Process

The way that you generate income using your YouTube channel is to become a YouTube partner. To get paid from YouTube, however, you need an Adsense account. If you get accepted by Google Adsense and YouTube, you can insert ads into your videos. You then get paid based on the amount of clicks per ad, similar to Google Adsense ads on other websites.

Grow Your Audience

Before applying to YouTube, you should have a good-sized audience. In order to be assured of acceptance you need at least 5,000 subscribers, 50,000 channel views, and 1,000,000 upload views. There are people who have been accepted with less, but this is almost a guaranteed push in the right direction.

The reason for building your audience is quite simple. YouTube and Adsense definitely don’t want to waste their time and ads on videos that only a handful of people view. And you won’t earn much income if only five people click on an ad. So make sure to promote your YouTube channel in the online and offline world.

Post on a Regular Basis

If you wish to build your audience, you will get more views by continuing to post on a regular basis. People will come back for fresh content if they find that they like your ideas. And if they like your videos enough to share them, their friends may keep coming back for new content. So try to post new videos as often as possible.

Be Professional

In the online advertising world, it definitely pays to be professional. One way to become more professional is to create a brand name for your videos. A brand name gives your viewers a simple way to remember how to find your work. Create a website to showcase your latest works, and post your videos there as you create them. Make an intro with the brand name for your videos to make them more appealing. If you are professional, you will be able to attract your viewers and they will continue to visit.

Copy Infringement

To make sure that you get accepted by YouTube, don’t use any material in your videos which is copyrighted by other people. This could be another company’s logo, copying the exact script of another video, or simply someone else’s music playing in the background. If you are going to make money online, you should do so through the creation of your own ideas instead of stealing someone else’s.

Become a YouTube Partner

Once you have created your unique videos that appeal to the public and began promoting your channel by creating a brand name, you are ready to apply to become a YouTube partner. Just remember that you must also be accepted by Google Adsense to be paid. Once you have met these conditions, you will begin earning money through your YouTube channel in a short span of time.

 

Make Money by Using Revenue Sharing Sites

There are many revenue sharing sites. They offer you a certain percentage of the share, your post earn revenue from Adsense.

Some of such sites include Simpy.com, Digital Point Forum, Squido, InfoBarrel, SheToldMe etc.

To make money with Google Adsense without a website on sharing basis, you don’t need to have even an Adsense account. All you need is a unique article that can enthuse people to read it and thereby draw traffic.

Though for earning money through Adsense you are required to have a website or YouTube account and a valid AdSense account, even though you don’t have still you can make money with Google Adsense without a website by following the above methods.

This is the second best ways you can actually make money with adsense without having a website of your own.

You could really earn a lot from Google AdSense monthly without spending a dime on any blog or website.

Talking about spending money on

  • Hosting
  • Domain Name
  • Keyword Research Tools
  • Etc

Before I go in details, let see:

What are Google Adsense Revenue Sharing Sites?

These are trusted high traffic  sites that are looking for people who could help produce contents like writing articles,  Uploading,  Submitting links etc.

In return, you are paid some percentage of their Adsense earnings.

Believe me, I won’t be talking about some crappy sites but trusted sites.

Using these adsense revenue sharing sites, you can actually work from home: write contents or upload some videos and earn huge income from Google AdSense.

Recommended Google Adsense Revenue sharing websites

#1 Hub Pages

 

You can make money writing for hubpages. Not just writing, you also get paid when you refer a newwriter.

HubPages is an online publishing site. The site use a revenue sharing program; the revenue from on page and in-video advertisements are shared between site owner and writers.

On hubpages website, you being the writer is recognized as a hubber and posts are labelled as hubs.

The More seo friendly hubs you can write, the more traffic and revenue you can earn on hubpages.

When you write articles and  they are reviewed and approved on the website. Ads are displayed on your articles.

This is how you earn.

Tips to earn from Hubpages Easily and Fast

  • Have a little knowledge of onpage seo, this is an added advantage as it helps you drive more organic traffic to your articles.
  • Publish in-dept articles regulary. Learn how to get new post ideas even when you suck at writing

You can earn up to $10 and even more.

More Info/Signup

Here is a detailed post on how you can earn  from hubpages revenue sharing program.

You can also earn from the Hubpages Affiliate Program as you invite other qualified writers.

#2  Best Reviewer

This site shares 100% of its AdSense Earnings.

Best reviewer is a website based on “Top” articles E. G: “Top Blogging sites 2017”

You get the gist?

– For each top you submit to Best-Reviewer.com a page is created with your top formatted with an introduction, a conclusion, the title of the top, a title for each item, an optional link and a description also for each item, a link to your main site (optional: only if you fill in the field in your user account) – Best Reviewer

This is a  trusted and high-traffic site where you can earn from Google Adsense.

Apart from Submitting Tops, you earn when you refer others too also known as the referral program.

More Info/Signup

Sure there are lots of other Adsense Revenue Sharing websites but I strongly recommend the two listed above.

How To Create An Adsense Account with website

 

So, friends as I told you that Google is a good company to make money but to join Google, you have to have a Google AdSense account, and I will tell you how to create a Google Adsense account? You have to be your own website or youtube channel or any blog to make money from Google AdSense account. You must have a blog or website, or your YouTube channel. To create an account for Google Adsense, you can go to the official website of Google. Creating Google Adsense from Website If you want Google Adsense from your website, then you can go to Google’s official website and sign in with your Gmail id and By giving your website’s domain name. How toCreate Google Adsense from YouTube So friends, if you have your YouTube channel, then you can create an account with your YouTube channel. But there is a little confusing task. Because you can not make an Adsense account directly from the official Adsense website. You have to join it with your YouTube channel.

If you are interested in joining with youtube then Please visit this link to join.

How To Earn Money From Adsense

If you want to know how to createAdsensee Account the read this blog completely, and if you do not understand anything, I will definitely help you just comment below in the comment box. so friends, First of all, go to Google AdSense’s official website and sign up by submitting your details. after submitting all your details. Google will review your application & within 48 hours, they will Aproov your account for AdSense.

Payment Method

Friends, now you guys are wondering how AdSense makes payments, so friends need to know that before you go to Google, when Google offers payment, According to Google’s Terms and Conditions, you will get 1 st payment when you Earn $100. And when you will reach $10 in your account, Then, Google will send you a pin on your address, which means that google wants to verify your given Address. after that, you can continue your work with google.

Google offers, Wire Transfer, Paypal, cheque, Payoneer,

these are the payment methods of google Adsense.

Don’ts of Google AdSense

  1. Do not click through the ads yourself
  2. Don’t encourage your friends and family to click through the ads
  3. Don’t put signals on your website that will encourage you audience to click any of the ads.

How Google AdSense Works

Google pays you for clicks and impressions. By click I mean anytime an audience visit your website and clicks any of the ads placed there by Google, they pay you some money. You can then realize that the more click the better……………………………………………………..

 

Making Money With Pay Per Click

Making money with your website is definitely possible. There are a number of different ways that you can make money, but the easiest is through the pay-per-click model.

With PPC advertising, ads will be displayed on your website and you will be paid whenever someone clicks on them. Companies are paying Google (and other search engines) to advertise through their ad network. Google then automatically chooses relevant sites within their network on which to place their ads: this could be your website.

The ads that Google will display on your website will depend on a variety of different factors and will fluctuate depending on the industry and topic of the page. Lets take a closer look at PPC…………………….

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