All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘AdSense’

We Might Be Waiting A While For That Facebook Ad Network

It appears that Facebook is prolonging the inevitable. The industry has been waiting for Facebook to launch an ad network that would rival Google’s AdSense for years at this point, and finally since the company went public, it was starting to look like it was going to happen very soon. In fact, Facebook has been testing ads on third-party apps, …

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Google To AdSense Publishers: Only One 300X600 Per Page

Last month, Google introduced a new ad size for AdSense with the 300X600. The response to the new format seemed pretty good, but perhaps it was too good, because Google has made a change to its policy to ensure publishers only use one of these units per page, at most. “Because this new format is larger than all our other …

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Google Vows To Be More Helpful When AdSense Accounts Are Unjustly Terminated

Google announced today that is making a bunch of changes to how it handles terminating and/or suspending AdSense accounts, and the related appeals process. From the sound of it, Google will not be as likely to hand out such harsh punishment as the result of knee-jerk reaction to suspect activity. Google says it has heard the stories about “publishers finding …

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Google Launches Some Text Ad Tweaks

Google announced some new enhancements for text ads on the Google Display Network today. “Text ads have proven to be a great way to help advertisers extend their Google search campaigns to sites in the Google Display Network, enabling publishers like you to earn revenue from your content,” say Johan Land and Stephen Yuan on Google’s Inside AdSense blog. “This …

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Facebook’s AdSense Likely On The Way

Last week, as reported, Facebook introduced its latest set of proposed changes to its governing documents: its Data Use Policy and Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. With the changes, it has been revealed that Facebook can easily use your data to serve you ads outside of Facebook, which would obviously be crucial for building an AdSense-like ad network. While Facebook …

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AdSense Gets New Ad Review Function

Google announced a change to the Ad Review Center in AdSense to help users find and review ads more efficiently. On the Inside AdSense blog, Google’s Marcel Crasmaru explains, “Using the technology behind Google Image Search, you’ll now be able to upload an image file from your computer to search for related image ads; you can then review and take …

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AdSense Gets A Big 300X600 Ad Unit

Google announced a new ad size for AdSense today: the 300X600. “As screens grow and web content continues to become richer, the format and capabilities of ad units continue to evolve as well,” says AdSense UI engineer Omer Gimenez Llach, adding that one of the top requests from publishers has been for larger ad sizes. “The 300×600 unit, sometimes referred …

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Google Makes Changes To AdSense Performance Reports

Google announced some changes to performance reports for AdSense today. The company says the changes will improve usability and make the reports more visually compelling. One change involves the graph area. It now covers a wider areas of the screen. Secondly, the list of metrics has been moved from the right-hand side of the screen to the top in an …

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Google Shuts Down More Services

Google has continued its “spring cleaning,” announcing that it will be shutting down some more services. Starting on Tuesday, it will start retiring AdSense for Feeds. It will close completely on December 3. Publishers can still use Feedburner URLs powered by Google. Starting October 16, Google users will no longer be able to upload pictures with Classic Plus, which had …

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Analysts Think A Facebook AdSense Is Inevitable

Analysts expect Facebook to eventually launch an external ad network – some Facebook-powered version of AdSense. A blog post from Hunch co-founder/CEO Chris Dixon made its way to Techmeme, sharing a section from a recent Goldman Sachs analyst report, saying, “We believe there are three obvious opportunities that the company could leverage its platform to capitalize on.” These include developing …

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Google Adds Options To Maps Ad Units

Google announced the launch of two new extensions for the Maps Ad Unit, which developers using the Google Maps API can take advantage of tom monetize their sites. One of the new extensions adds six new ad formats that request a link unit, as opposed to direct ads. “Link units display a list of topics that are relevant to the …

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Google Gives AdSense Interface An Update

Google has revealed a new redesign for the AdSense interface, which it is rolling out this week. “Your account will still have the same general structure, but you’ll notice some gradual updates to introduce cleaner design elements,” says Arlene Lee of Google’s Inside AdSense Team. “If you’re also using Analytics or AdWords, you’ll be familiar with some of the updates.” …

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