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Google Launches Four New AdSense Features

Google announced some new features for its responsive ad units in AdSense, as well as the addition of a multi-screen optimization score for the publisher scorecard. For responsive ads, Google has added ad refresh fro screen orientation changes. Product manager Nick Radicevic explains, “If your responsive page changes its layout following a screen orientation change (e.g., when a tablet or …

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Google Offers 434,216 New Ad Unit Sizes For AdSense

Google announced today that it is now offering custom ad sizes for AdSense, or as the company says in a blog post, 434,216 new ad unit sizes. “For text ads, we’ll determine the optimal number of text ads to display for a given impression, and show the ads the same way they appear inside standard sizes,” Google’s Omar Gimenez Llach …

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Google Adds Currency Reporting Options To AdSense

Google announced that it has added a new currency feature to AdSense, enabling publishers to view performance reports in currencies other than their specified payment currency. Apparently this has been a much-requested feature, and Google has responded accordingly. You can access the feature in your AdSense account, where you’ll be presented with a bunch of currency options. “Please note that …

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Google Shares Tips For Ecommerce AdSense Sites

Google has made available a recent Hangout on Air with a couple of Googlers from the ecommerce team, who discuss some conversion and optimization tips for ecommerce AdSense publishers. They walk you through a presentation on how to make the most of the holiday season. More specifically it gets into creating a user-friendly experience, and capturing mobile opportunities, as well …

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AdSense Publishers Get Mobile Anchor Ads On Smartphones

Google has announced the launch of new mobile anchor ads for smartphones for AdSense publishers, aimed at making the ad experience better for users on these devices. The ads let a 320×50 banner ad unit be anchored to the bottom of the screen, and stay there as the user scrolls up or down. The user can also dismiss the ad …

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Google Launches AdSense Certified Partner Program

Google announced the formation of the AdSense Certified Partner Program aimed at giving some credibility to businesses who help others get going with AdSense. “Since 2003, AdSense has helped publishers from around the world earn from their content and grow their businesses,” says Google’s Catherine Downes. “Over time, we’ve also seen growth in the number of consultants and service providers …

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Google Will Now Let You Use AdSense Ads On HTTPS Pages

Google announced on Monday that AdSense publishers can start putting ads on HTTPS pages as more sites move to this more secure protocol. “Many websites, like e-commerce sites and social networking sites, use the HTTPS protocol to protect their users’ sensitive data,” says Google software engineer Sandor Sas. “If you have a HTTPS website you’ll be pleased with how easy …

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Google’s 20% Reported To Be Dead, Then Reported To Be Not Dead By Same Publication

Update: Quartz has posted a follow-up after Googlers came out and said that 20% time is still part of the company’s culture. Google has long had an interesting approach to innovation called 20% time, which has historically enabled Google employees to take one day out of each work week to work on side projects, which if good enough, could go …

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Google Launches AdSense Mobile Apps

Google has released a new AdSense app for Android and iOS. The description says, “The Google AdSense app provides an easy way to access key data from your AdSense account. Access reporting features anywhere, directly from your mobile phone. The first version of the app gives you access to: the key earnings information, top custom and URL channels, ad units …

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Google Launches Responsive Ad Units For AdSense

Google announced on Wednesday that it is launching responsive ad units for AdSense in beta. The units enable publishers to support multiple devices with responsive design web pages by letting them specify the size of the ad that will be served. Publishers can simply create the unit, then modify the sample CSS media queries in the new ad code. “Be …

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Google Sites Users Will Soon No Longer Be Able To Modify AdSense Code

This story has been updated. Please see update at the end. Google announced on a support page that it is sunsetting AdSense for Google Sites. At the end of next month, support will be cut off. On a page called “Sunsetting Adsense,” Google says: Some important changes are coming to AdSense on Google Sites. By August 30, 2013, it will …

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Google Makes Some Changes To AdSense Ad Review Center

Google announced a few changes it is making to the ad review center in AdSense. These include a new “related ads” feature, and some new insights signals. The “related ads” feature now gives you a quicker way of identifying similar ads you want to allow or block: New signals AdSense is following for insights include: impression score, serving status and …

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