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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Archive for the 'Google AdSense' Category

Google’s Guide to Common AdSense Policy Questions

The Google AdSense team has published ‘A guide to common AdSense policy questions’. This comprehensive guide answers questions related to AdSense program. John Broan says, “AdSense program policies help ensure we preserve a healthy digital ecosystem for the benefit of all users, advertisers and publishers. Based on feedback from AdSense publishers, we know that there’s more we could be doing to make our policies easier to understand. To demystify some common questions, we’re sharing a new infographic with important information on: Google’s digital ecosystem and the... [...]

Have You Tried These Google AdSense Alternatives?

Google’s AdSense program is one of the most popular advertising solutions used by online publishers. This program offers monitory rewards for displaying online ads. Blogging Wizard’s Colin Newcomer has shared an article highlighting 15 best Google AdSense alternatives to make money online. Newcomer says, “Looking for the best Google AdSense alternatives to help you monetize your website? While AdSense is definitely the biggest name in display advertising, it’s far from the only option. Whether you’re looking for something to completely replace AdSense or... [...]

Madsense Revamped: The better way to earn a living with Adsense #ad

If you are interested in improving your online marketing success, there’s a new product you may want to investigate. It was developed by a team led by Tom Yevsikov; it’s called Madsense Revamped. This is revised and enhanced version of a product they created nearly 3 years ago. In the interim, they have added many improvements and have eliminated techniques that no longer are economical. As a result, they say, “Complete Newbies turn a $5 budget Into thousands per month working just 30 minutes per day”. The fact is, even though beginners can make money as affiliates, the... [...]

10-step guide to create Google ads campaigns

When it comes to getting the most of your investment in advertising Google is a solution as it helps you reach wide number of people who could be your prospective customers. HubSpot contributor Emma Greenman has shared a comprehensive guide to help marketers create revenue-generating Google ads campaign. Greenman says, “We’ll start with a few real examples of AdWords campaigns — a service now known as simply Google Ads — and then throw in some pro tips for succeeding with your own search engine marketing strategy. By the time we’re done, you’ll be an expert. 1.... [...]

Google wants you to verify your new sites for AdSense

Google has announced new changes for the AdSense program. Now the publishers will have to add all their sites to the AdSense before displaying the Google ads. says, “We’re already committed to initiatives such as the Better Ads Standards and we continue to strive to create a clean and fair ad network. Continuing our work on quality in AdSense makes it more attractive to advertisers which in turn leads to better outcomes for our partners. With this in mind, we’re making some changes to the way you monetize new sites with AdSense. What’s changing? Before you can show ads on a... [...]

Google launches ‘AdSense Auto ads’

Google has launched ‘AdSense Auto ads’. The company calls it “a powerful new way to place ads on your site”. According to Google, machine learning based Auto ads can make smart placement and monetization decisions on behalf of advertisers. Key benefits of Auto ads are: Optimization: Using machine learning, Auto ads show ads only when they are likely to perform well and provide a good user experience. Revenue opportunities: Auto ads will identify any available ad space and place new ads there, potentially increasing your revenue. Easy to use: With Auto ads you only need... [...]

This infographic will help you improve Google Adsense knowledge

Google’e Inside AdSense team has published an infographic to help marketers improve their Google Adsense knowledge for this holiday season. The AdSense team says, “The holiday season is the busiest time of the year for shoppers and, therefore, for advertisers as well. The end of 2016 was a record-breaker for advertiser spend and this year projected to grow even more. Now it is right time to get your website and ads ready so that you can make the most out of this busy season. Check out our infographic with important stats and tips for you to get ready for this special time of the year”. Inside... [...]

Google announces User First beta program for AdSense

Google has announced the User First beta program for AdSense users. Describing the features of this program, the AdSense team says, “The User First program offers the following key benefits: Timely, relevant ads for your users: Your visitors who are signed into Google will see ads that they’ll want to engage with more. More valuable ads for you: User First’s targeted ads are better for your business and could increase your revenue. Fewer, better ads: User First will start optimizing your ad load to create an even better experience for your visitors.”. AdSense User First beta... [...]

Google blocks placement of ads on pop-ups or pop-unders

Google has announced that now onward the company does not permit the placement of Google ads on pages that are loaded as a pop-up or pop-under. The company also doesn’t permit Google ads on any site that contains or triggers pop-unders. John Brown, Head of Publisher Policy Communications, Google, says, “At Google, we value users, advertisers and publishers equally. We have policies in place that define where Google ads should appear and how they must be implemented. These policies help ensure a positive user experience, as well as maintain a healthy ads ecosystem that benefits both... [...]

Google Launches AdSense Native ads

Google has launched the AdSense Native ads. It is a set of ad formats designed to match the look and feel different websites and aimed at providing a great user experience for visitors. The AdSense Native ads have been launched in three categories: In-feed, In-article, and Matched content. Violetta Kalathaki, AdSense Product Manager, says, “They can all be used at once or individually and are designed for: A great user experience: they fit naturally on your site and use high quality advertiser elements, such as high resolution images, longer titles and descriptions, to provide a more... [...]