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Google Announces Notification Preferences for AdSense

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Google has announced that it’s rolling out new email notification preferences for AdSense account holders. They will become available over the next few days.

Basically, users will have the option to receive specific messages like event invitations, info about webinars, and personalized account suggestions from Google.

AdSense Notification Preferences

Users will be prompted once with a page after signing in that asks them to select what kind of messages they want to receive. Changes can always be made to the preferences by going to the Contact Preferences section on the account page.

AdSense YouTube Channel

This is not news, but Google has a YouTube Channel set-up for AdSense that provides a bunch of videos that can help users get more out of their AdSense efforts. For example, the featured one right now is this video from Darren Rowse on AdSense Optimization Tips:

Many WebProNews readers are probably already familiar with the channel, but every now and then we like to direct you to some useful resources to help you make money online.

Google Taking More Revenue Share?

On one more AdSense-related note, Search Engine Roundtable is pointing to a thread at the Google AdSense Help discussion forum where users are accusing Google of taking more ad revenue share. Some say Google’s claiming up to 90%. Google doesn’t appear to have stepped in to respond to the situation yet.

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  • Joseph

    “at the Google AdSense Help discussion forum where users are accusing Google of taking more ad revenue share. Some say Google’s claiming up to 90%. Google doesn’t appear to have stepped in to respond to the situation yet.”

    That’s all BS!

    I do well with adsense, and I will tell ya, Its ALL about having GREAT content,………simply as that,

    You publish crap ( re written articles, game sites, etc etc), and you will make crap.

    If you write REAL content, with experienced text, you will do well.

    BTW – Thanks for the article.

    • toto

      Irrelevant.

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    Joseph, what about those of us who have something other than text that draws people to your site? I run a site that offers a free running log so runners can log their runs. My users love it, but there is no way for Google to understand that as it’s simply an interactive calendar with AJAX functions and such – therefore it’s not content. I feel I should be able to have Adsense for that but I don’t really make much from it at all because of that fact that there is a lack of content – what do you suggest for people like that!?

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