Is still in beta stage and looks like Google Analytics. AdSense soon will chance user interface and the preview looks really nice and smooth. The new AdSense interface includes more detailed performance reports and enables you to view daily stats in graphical formats. It also will provide you with additional metrics such as the amount you’ve earned from various ad, targeting and bid types. The new interface is tested by a small group of publishers and hope soon come as live version.
AdSense default font size today will be Larger as announced by AdSense staff. But if your ads is currently set to ‘small’. You can select a new font size on an account-wide basis in the Ad Display Preference section of your My Account tab, or on an individual ad unit basis for new and existing ad units.
Google is testing a new system which will show more relevant advertisements according to the interests of the visitors to a site.
Thanks to a cookie, he can track all visits to a person on all sites that use the system of DoubleClick. In this way, it will be easy for Google to identify what are the main interests of users, for example if someone visits the sites mainly in music, sports or films.
This article will you show the three-part series on Optimisation Essentials for AdSense for content.
1-Bigger is better
New forum for AdSense help, the invite was send from AdSensePro team to all publishers. AdSense Help Forum is the best place to ask questions and share tips with other AdSense publishers.
How to control third-party ads shown on your site
The same ad management features for Google ads also apply to third-party ads. You can use the Ad Review Center to filter specific placement-targeted ads from appearing on your site. To block contextually-targeted ads from a given advertiser, you can use the Competitive Ad Filter. (The Ad Review Center currently only shows placement-targeted ads, not contextually-targeted ads.)
Optimizing your site to allow third-party ads
To allow third-party ads on your site:
- Opt into image ads – Currently, third-party ads are only available in image or Flash, so they won’t appear in text-only ad units.
- Enable advertisers to target your AdSense channels – Most advertisers who use third-party ads are brand-conscious. They prefer to specify websites where their ads will appear in order to optimize the targeting and effectiveness of their campaigns.
- Opt into placement targeting – Placement targeting will allow advertisers to target their ads specifically to your site.
Following these steps will enable your site to accept third-party ads. However, we can’t guarantee where or when third-party ads will appear on your site.
- Google Adsense : The king on the network. Most used ads program from webmasters. (CPC)
Other Alternatives to Google Adsense:
- Chitika : Shopping mall banner advertising. (CPC)
- AdBrite : Ad marketplace for publishers and advertisers. (CPC); 75% payout.
- Advertising.com : Large network. (CPA)
- 24/7 RealMedia : Large network. (CPM)
- Burst Media : Large network. (CPM)
- Commission Junction : Large network. (CPA)
- Kanoodle : Large network. (CPC); 50% payout.
- LinkShare : Large network. (CPA)
- ValueClick : Large network. (CPM)
Don’t forget both rivals like:
Other Ads programs are: