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GiveSites Pro: All-in-one advanced giveaway site creator for low 1-time price #ad

GiveSites Pro is a brand new creator app that builds a 1-click self-updating giveaway site. It comes with giant 90,000+ premium gifts that you can give away. It lets you build a giveaway site without any coding or designing skills. Using it, even new marketers can offer limitless giveaways like coupons, training courses, gift cards, contests, etc. to their audience to drive leads & fuel their business growth. Here are some of its beneficial uses: ✓ Build your site to instantly give 90,000+ Giveaway items to visitors ✓ Offer these gifts as free (for lead generation) or monetize your... [...]

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... [...]

HubSpot’s Guide to Domains & Domain Names

HubSpot contributor Clifford Chi has published a comprehensive guide to Domains & Domain Names. This guide offers a detailed explanation on the importance of a good domain and elaborates its various components i.e. extensions. Chi says, “If you’re in the process of setting up a website for your business, you might’ve come across two terms: domain and domain name. On the surface, domain and a domain name might seem like the same exact thing. And if you dig a little deeper, that’s exactly the case — a domain and domain name are often used interchangeably. What is a domain? A... [...]

Checklist for buying a pre-owned domain

You need to think twice before buying a pre-owned domain. Search Engine Land’s Stephanie LeVonne has shared a list of ten things you should check before buying one. LeVonne says, “Acquiring a pre-owned domain can have a drastic impact on your SEO efforts, so it is important to approach such a purchase with caution. It is recommended that you do your due diligence — it’s not uncommon for a domain name to have changed hands many times, and just like buying a used car, it’s often difficult to get the full history. While examining the SERPs and scanning for any spammy links may... [...]

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... [...]

‘Google expands AdSense hate speech policy, launches page-level ad removal capabilities’ – Marketing Land

Ginny Marvin says, “Google is expanding the scope of AdSense’s hate-speech policy and also announcing a more granular approach to dealing with content online that violates the policy. Today’s updates come on the heels of announcements last month that Google would launch more brand safety controls to placate advertisers that stopped some advertising when their ads showed up next to extremist and inappropriate content. In addition to updating the wording of its so-called hate-speech policy, Google says the new policy can now be applied at a page level, instead of the site level. It’s... [...]

‘Google unveils new look for AdSense interface’ – Marketing Land

Ginny Marvin says, “Google is going to be rolling out a new look for AdSense over the next few weeks. AdSense is one of many business-facing products getting the Material Design treatment that Google has long used in its consumer-facing products like Maps. The home page features a dashboard of cards that can be moved around”. Google unveils new look for AdSense interface Marketing Land  [...]

‘Google removes AdSense 3-ads-per-page limit, focuses on content-to-ad balance’ – Marketing Land

Ginny Marvin says, “Google has removed the policy of limiting AdSense ads to three ads per page. The move can largely be seen as a response to mobile, on which pages have turned into never-ending streams and a specific ads-per-page policy doesn’t make much sense. A Google spokesperson confirmed the update to Marketing Land: “We’re always fine tuning our policies to make sure they reflect the current environment. In one recent change, we stopped limiting the number of AdSense ads that could appear on a page and instead now look at the overall balance of content and ads on a page.... [...]

‘AdSense Unveils a New Look for Mobile Text Ads’ – ‘Small Business Trends’

Shubhomita Bose says, “Google has given AdSense mobile text ads a sleek new look. In a recent article on the official Inside AdSense blog , the search engine giant has unveiled the new format that “allows for higher performance with a more beautiful and user-friendly appearance.” The redesigned version has been rolled out on mobile devices, so you should be able to take a look at it right now. Changes to Ad Appearance Compared to the previous look, the headline and body copy appear bigger now. Google has also changed the font that makes the ads look more visually appealing than before. Another... [...]

‘Nearly Every Google AdSense Publisher Must Comply With EU Cookie Consent, Not Just Those Based In The EU’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

Ginny Marvin says, “Google has notified AdSense publishers that they must get “cookie consent” from site visitors from countries within the European Union to use their data. The change essentially affects any publisher running AdSense, not just those operating in or serving the European Union. Google says the new user consent policy is in reaction to requests by European Union data protection authorities. “It has always been Google’s policy to comply with privacy laws, so we’ve agreed to make certain changes affecting our own products and partners using Google products,” Jason... [...]

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