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Thursday, August 6, 2020

Archive for the 'Domain Monetization' Category

‘Google launches free content recommendation tool for AdSense’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

Patricio Robles says, “Google has launched a free tool for AdSense publishers that provides content recommendations.Dubbed Matched content, the tool is similar in nature to popular offerings from companies like Taboola and Outbrain, and “generates contextually relevant and personalized article recommendations from the pages on your website” and is available immediately to select AdSense publishers with “multiple pages and high volumes of traffic.”To add Matched content to their sites, publishers generate ad code like they would regular AdSense units. Publishers... [...]

New WP Theme builds Adsense sites #ad

Professional theme designers iWebStudio and their leader Heru S. have just released a new WordPress theme that makes building sites with Adsense ads a lot easier.This theme is designed with many premium features:■ It’s fast loading. GTmetrix.com rates it A for speed.■ It’s optimized for search engine navigation, using best SEO practices.■ It’s responsive to phones and tablets.■ It has easy and powerful theme options. Use the powerful option panel to configure.■ It has 4 layouts for your screen so you can use the one that fits your needs.■ Comes with unlimited Colors so... [...]

‘Google Says It Has Addressed “New Type of Spam” That Hit AdSense Publishers’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

Ginny Marvin says, “Beginning on January 4th, AdSense publishers began reporting on the AdSense product support forum that their ads were redirecting to spammy sites. When publishers tried to disable the ads using the ad blocker tool in AdSense, they, too, would get redirected out of their AdSense accounts. Even when they managed to block the ads or domains causing the problems, the ads reappeared again shortly. The issue has apparently been happening since November, with dozens of publishers now posting about the problem on the forum.Yesterday, Google issued a formal response on the forum... [...]

Free WSO: Get Blogging Results #ad

Chris Simpson has released Get Blogging Results, for people who wanted to use a blog to sell their own products or affiliate products.Get Blogging Results will show you how to start a blog about a topic you are interested in, and use that blog to earn a living.Perhaps not ever possible topic can be turned into a money-maker, but many can, and Simpson shows you how, including:• How to find a niche that has profit potential• How to create your blog in that niche, starting from nothing• How to promote your blog to interested people• How to use Adsense to earn money from your... [...]

Ultra Domain Source for your domain networks #ad

Jason Duke has been buying domain names and then building sites for quite a while, now. He uses them for other purposes, but primarily he turns them into Private Blog Networks.He finds these available domain names for PBNs at what he calls his Ultra Domain Source for PBNs. The reason he likes this source is two-fold:1. There’s no competition to speak of, so the cost to acquire the domain name is very low.2. The quality of these domain names is quite high; “amazing” is the word he uses.He is confident you will be more than satisfied with his information because:• This will... [...]

‘AdSense Text Ads On Mobile Devices Get New Treatment’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

Ginny Marvin says, “To make ads copy easier to read, Google is rejiggering how AdSense text ads display on mobile devices.In the new look, shown above, the headline (in blue) and description are bigger than in former iterations. That’s a good thing for users, no doubt.The next step Google’s taken here in the name of a “more interactive experience” is a bit odd. Now a swipe or click on the dot will show the advertiser’s . . . display URL. It seems unlikely users are going to feel a sense of gratification or satisfaction at that reveal for the effort it took to swipe. Presumably... [...]

‘Google Updates AdSense Ad Creation Process And Interface’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

The latest article on  ‘Marketing Land’ is titled “Google Updates AdSense Ad Creation Process And Interface”.Ginny Marvin says, “Google has overhauled the ad creation process and interface in AdSense to make it easier to set up and deploy new ads across your site.When modifying text ad styles, a preview will show how each change affects the look of the ad, including font style, color and size. Once you’ve made changes to an ad unit, they can be implemented across an entire site rather than at the ad unit level“.Google Updates AdSense Ad Creation Process... [...]

‘Google AdSense Conspiracy Theory Angers Online Publishers’ – ‘Mashable’

The latest post on ‘Mashable’ is titled “Google AdSense Conspiracy Theory Angers Online Publishers”.Armand Valdes says, “An anonymous whistleblower, claiming to be a former Google employee, came out last week and posted a scathing exposé accusing Google of banning hundreds of web publishers from its AdSense advertising system.The leaker claims that Google underwent a massive AdSense policy change in 2009 because publishers were making too much money.“We were told to go and look into publishers accounts, and if any publisher had accumulated earnings exceeding $5,000... [...]

‘Google Updates AdSense Text Ads For Better Readability On Both Mobile And Web’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

The latest article on  ‘Marketing Land’ is titled “Google Updates AdSense Text Ads For Better Readability On Both Mobile And Web”.Ginny Marvin says, “Google has rolled out a fairly stark new look for AdSense text ads that is designed to be easier to read across devices.The ads have a default color palate of blue and grey and use the Roboto font that Google already uses on Android OS. Prior to the update Roboto Light was the only Roboto versionavailable for AdSense text ads“.Google Updates AdSense Text Ads For Better Readability On Both Mobile And WebMarketing... [...]

‘Google Shoots Down Report of AdSense Abuse as “Complete Fiction”’ – Re/code

The latest post on ‘Re/code’ is titled “Google Shoots Down Report of AdSense Abuse as “Complete Fiction””.Liz Gannes says, “An anonymous post today described a multi-year Google scheme to shut down AdSense accounts without explanation and take publishers’ money. Attempting to quash the allegations before they spread further, Google described them as “complete fiction.”A Pastebin post by someone claiming to be a former Google employee who witnessed such abuses is making the rounds among webmasters and on Hacker News.The post describes an elaborate scheme starting... [...]