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YouTube with AdSense for publishers

This is pretty interesting, Google is now offering YouTube publishers a video player with AdSense embedded. I could really use something like this if they provide the ability select which videos will play.

You heard it hear first, get ready for a hole new slew of spam – MFYA ! (MFYA= Made for YouTube AdSense)

Interesting the RRW mentioned this was coming just last month.

More on the new YouTube/AdSense:

AdSense Policy Lecture series begins

The Google AdSense team seems to be in a ‘lecturer’ mode as today, they begin a series of posts that will focus and discuss on the various AdSense policies we need to know and follow but always seems to forget and neglect, unintentionally.

They say that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” If you earn a lot from AdSense and would like to keep it at that way, making sure your account doesn’t get banned would be among your top priorities.

“Instant Messaging” Through Google AdWords And AdSense

I knew instant messaging was hot these days (they say it’s the new email!), and I knew that there are a lot of innovative ways you could send IM’s–(through Web IM clients, mobile devices, and even mobile phones). But this has got to be the one most interesting way to send instant messages: by Google AdWords and AdSense!

It’s not your usual private instant messaging. It’s AdWords/AdSense, after all, so it’s public. I first encountered this strange way of sending messages, so to speak, on Darren Rowse’s Some posts had big “I love Darren Rowse” messages on them.

AdSense Updates Rules. Other Targeted Ads Now Allowed!

You may have heard from AdSense-related blogs that Google has updated its AdSense terms of service, and there have been some drastic changes. While the modifications were not that obvious at first, some observers were keen to point out that these changes were in fact major, and that publishers should watch out, lest they suddenly find their accounts suspended. For instance, points out some details here.

There are various points, but let’s focus on those that might be of urgent concern.

First, AdSense has more stringent rules against sites that infringe on copyright.

Images Beside AdSense Ads: Illegal?

Putting up images beside AdSense ads has always been a sensitive issue. For one, Google maintains that its AdSense terms of service is clear on using deceptive tactics that can lead users to click your ads. However, people have found ways to mitigate these, and their methods are still considered within the AdSense ToS. In fact, we earlier featured the AdSense beautifier WordPress plugin that lets bloggers easily add images alongside their Google ads, and the creator claims that this is 100% still within the AdSense ToS.

Improving AdSense Conversion Rates by Choosing Profitable Keywords

Are you still getting $0.01 clicks from your AdSense campaigns? Well that’s a bummer. If you’re laying out your ads wrong (relative to the rest of your website, that is), or if you’re slapping AdSense codes on low-cost keyword sites, then you’re probably just wasting your time, effort and money.

Here we start some tips that can help in increasing your AdSense conversion rates. Hopefully, with these, you can bring up your revenue per-click to a level that’s reasonably high enough for your needs.

AdSense URL Channels (If Using Custom Channels is Too Much)

Earlier, we advised using custom channels for monitoring the performance of your AdSense ads. IF you specify a custom channel for each ad on your site, you can play around with the positioning of the ads to see which ones are best performing (and to take out the ones that don’t really earn you much or don’t earn anything). If you specify custom channels for each of your page types (such as main page, subdomains, archives page, or such others), you’re also able to see which parts of your site are earning better.

Tips on Starting With AdSense Monetization (Part 2)

The other day, we started with part one of our tips on AdSense monetization for beginners. This means if you’re just starting out with trying to monetize your blog (or any website, for that matter), there are a few things you have to consider, such as aesthetics (meaning you cannot just plaster ads around your site), and traffic (meaning the more traffic you have, the better revenues you get).

We shall continue with our tips, and aside from deciding whether to indeed include ads on your site, you should consider how to make these effective, and you should learn how to experiment.

Tips on Starting With AdSense Monetization (Part 1)

If you’re a blogger, chances are you’ve heard of AdSense, which is by far the most popular contextual advertising system today. What makes AdSense popular among bloggers is, for one, its ease-of-installation and use, and secondly, since it’s compatible with most blogging packages available. This includes Blogger, which is also owned by Google. Blogger even has AdSense setup built into its blog editor.

AdSense: Using The Competitive Ad Filter May Actually Improve Your Conversion Rates

We recently blogged about using the Google AdSense competitive ad filter selectively, because you might end up banning the sites that are bidding highest for your keywords (maybe because they’re competitors, or maybe because you don’t like their sites). However, a reader of ours commented that this might actually be to the contrary. He has observed a marked increase in conversions (meaning the earnings per click) after he implemented a ban on so-called made-for-adsense (or “MFA”) sites.

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