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Thursday, May 25, 2017

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Friday, May 19, 2017

Introducing “Ad balance” - focus on your best-performing ads

We've heard your feedback on the empty spaces resulting from an unfilled ad unit. Over the next few weeks, we’ll begin to automatically collapse unfilled ad units -- if it's safe to do so without affecting the look and feel of your site. By using “Ad balance” you’re automatically opted-in to this update. Thank you for providing feedback to help us improve this and other AdSense features! --- Over the last few weeks you may have noticed the Ad balance subtab under My ads. This new AdSense feature will give you more control to create a great ads experience for your users. Ad balance lets you reduce the number of ads you show to your users. Finding the right balance between the number of ads you show and the user experience on your site can lead to better overall engagement with your content. With Ad balance, you’re able to see how changes in the volume of ads you show affect your earnings, and find the balance that makes the most sense for you and your users. By only showing your best-performing ads, you may see a minimal drop in your earnings. However, these changes may result in an overall earnings increase, since an improvement of the user experience often leads to users staying longer on your site and engaging with more of your content*.
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Ad balance is the first example of a Lab that's being made available to all publishers. Those of you who had the Show fewer ads lab enabled have been automatically moved over to Ad balance**. Thank you for trying it out!
To learn more about this new feature, please visit the Help Center. We’d love to hear what you think about Ad balance. Please leave your feedback within your AdSense account by clicking send feedback. Posted by: Dongcai Shen, Software Engineer Rikard Lundmark, Software Engineer Spandana Raj Babbula, Software Engineer

Saturday, May 6, 2017

#AdSense101 - Viewability

 Learn how viewability can help you grow your online business or site.

Sign up for AdSense today!

Friday, April 28, 2017

Create and share winning content

Content is everything we consume online. Users arrive on a site to be educated, entertained, inspired, or complete a task. Content is how you win new site visitors, and how you entice them to return. So it’s important to remember that, though ads are driving revenue, content should be the focal point of every page. With that in mind, part three of our series for new publishers focuses on how to plan, write, and promote great content. If you missed part one (AdSense 101) or part two (AdSense best practices), then check them out and get caught up.

Help Google Publishing Solutions improve its services and products

We’d like to personally invite you to share your thoughts with us in this 10-15 minutes survey so that we can keep improving your experience with us. In the past, we have used your responses to improve how we help you, ways you interact with our product, and what type of features we offer. This year the survey is shortened and mobile friendly. Our questions should take about 10-15 minutes to answer.
You may have received a survey by email over the last few weeks, if so please take the time to respond to it as we value your input.To make sure that you're eligible to receive the next survey email, please: Whether you’ve completed this survey before or you’re providing feedback for the first time, we’d like to thank you for sharing your valuable thoughts. We’re looking forward to feedback!
Posted by Susie Reinecke - AdSense Publisher Happiness Team

Saturday, April 22, 2017

AdSense best practice: Set yourself up for success

In part two of our series for new publishers to turn their #PassionIntoProfit, we’ll cover three steps you can take to set up you up for success. Following these insights won’t guarantee success, however it will give more opportunities for your ads to perform, while making sure they complement your site’s user experience.
To get started, we’ll discuss three topics:
  • Optimal ad placement
  • Mobile optimization
  • How to avoid policy violations
If you’re looking for an introductory overview of AdSense, check out the first part of this series where we cover the basics of AdSense.

Make the most of your ad placement
It’s important to keep the user in mind when deciding where to place ads. You want your ads to perform well, but adding too many can clutter your page for users.
Before you decide where to place ads, ask these 4 questions:
  • How do your users engage with your site? 
  • Where is their attention going to be focused? 
  • How can you place ads in focus areas without getting in the way of your content? 
  • How can you keep all of your pages easy to navigate?
It’s a best practice to place ads next to the content your visitors are most likely to focus on, but take the time to make sure ads are clearly separate and identifiable from your content.  Remember that ads that confuse or mislead visitors violate the AdSense program policies and are not allowed. Other ad placement actions that can lead to policy violations include:
Here are a few ad placement best practices that may improve the viewability of your ads.
  • For mobile sites, place a 320x100 ad above the fold, where it will be visible to everyone who lands on your page. 
  • For desktop sites, use vertical ad units, which remain visible as users move around a page. The 300x600 layout is one of the fastest growing ad sizes, and is popular with advertisers who want to increase brand awareness.
  • Try to lay out your content in a way that holds your visitor’s attention and entices them to continue reading. 
Optimize for mobile
Today, there are now more searches on mobile than on desktop. This increase in mobile traffic has increased user expectations of mobile site performance. Meeting the expectations of mobile users continues to be a challenge for publishers. 53% of mobile users will abandon a page that takes longer than 3 seconds to load, with that number rising to 74% for pages that take longer than 5 seconds.

Monday, April 10, 2017

Global Spotlight: Event-driven engagement strategies for Vietnam

We’re back with another AdSense Global Spotlight to help you succeed as a publisher in Vietnam. The big takeaway here is that building content that takes advantage of seasonal and viral events is key to engaging with Vietnamese audiences. Get into the minds, and hearts, of your target audience. What do they want and need in terms of relevant information, ideas, inspiration and entertainment? Remember, content that carries emotion is more likely to resonate with your audience and evoke a response. Seasonal Content Seasonal content can be based on events taking place locally, regionally, or even globally. In Vietnam, the Tet holiday season, Reunification Day, Mua Vu Lan, Independence Day and the wedding season are just a few of the feature dates that can generate timely content. While timely articles are great for generating instant buzz, having content that maintains its importance over time may yield higher traffic rates overall. Evergreen content is information that stays relevant no matter when it is consumed. Make sure to interlace trendier content with evergreen pieces every so often. For instance, evergreen topics for the upcoming wedding season could focus on key cultural wedding traditions, or the most unique wedding locations, or even the top ten destinations for newlyweds to spend their honeymoon. Use the events listed above as a starting point for creating a content calendar, an essential tool for any publisher looking to harness online buzz precipitated by big events. Alongside the traditional calendar, have a look at Google Trends to find which upcoming events can lend the most buzz and relevance to your site’s content. Big events that generate global interest – especially sporting events – can create huge surges in web traffic. Look closely and you can anticipate when the spikes are coming, then create the right content to capture that crowd. Squall Le, Head of Web at YAN, suggests focusing on images for the maximum effect.
Providing a great example of a viral moment, Haynhucnhoi’s mascots Ms Nhuc and Mr Nhoi appeared in a cartoon showing how children behave when visitors visit during Tet. During the visit the kids, mind their own business. But as the visit draws to its end, they approach guests with puppy-dog eyes in the hope of receiving hong bao money. Inspired by this commonly shared experience, they created their own videos on the brand’s YouTube channel. 
Viral Content By being unique and noteworthy, viral content creates a sensation and compels users to share it. The conventional way for a website to improve its search ranking is to publish content over time that attracts attention and interest. Viral content accelerates that process, by helping a site rack up inbound links in a hurry. Knowing what will make a piece of content go viral is a whole science in itself. Successful viral content often features a few key characteristics, tending towards topics that are newsworthy, surprising, positive, and simple to share and understand. Not surprisingly, broad areas of interest typically have broader appeal than anything too niche. Of course, some of the most successful viral news comes from sporadic incidents that can’t be predicted. There are ways you can keep abreast of these trends though. Take for example the use of the phrase Tha Thu by Vietnamese singer Son Tung MT-P. Depending on pronunciation, it can mean both “tattoo” and “tolerate.” An online social movement quickly sprang up around this phase through viral clips, photos and memes. Simply paying attention to what’s making a sensation can lend inspiration to your viral content creation efforts. Follow the topic as it develops from the convenience of your inbox with Google Alerts, and consider establishing your own unique hashtag to propel the conversation. According to the team at Haynhucnhoi, a rising Vietnamese social site, spending time on social media is a vital way to source potentially viral stories and understand how to capitalize on them. For example, when Euro 2016 was a trending topic, they created memes based on the hottest football clips. If a musical artist is making headlines, they’ll mine music for fans to listen to. If something funny has happened in the news, they’ll produce funny videos that tie in with the event or situation. They’ve gone even further by creating their own characters and using them to illustrate seasonal sentiment. Even conventional dates – such as Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or the traditional Vietnamese calendar – provide inspiration for sharable cartoons. With this approach, Haynhucnhoi is able to produce new content every 15 to 20 minutes! In light of inspiring examples like these, it seems there’s never been a better time for publishers to serve user demand for great content in Vietnam. With 68 million native Vietnamese speakers in the world,(1) offering localized content provides a great way to extend your user numbers. And don’t forget that monetizing that content is straightforward when you sign up with AdSense.

AdSense 101: What you need to know

Apply for an AdSense account

From all around the world, over 2,000,000 small and large publishers use AdSense to earn money through advertising. Before you take that step for your own website and apply for a Google AdSense account, there’s plenty to consider: from where to place ads, to the type of products those ads sell, we realize the importance of keeping the content on your site relevant to your audience and keeping your audience happy.
Over the next five weeks, our blog we’ll be covering everything you need to set up and manage your account to the highest standard. So if you think joining AdSense is right for you, then keep an eye on our social channels. 
In this post we’re going to cover the fundamentals of AdSense, and give you clear steps on how you can earn extra income from your content without disrupting the flow of your website.
AdSense is a free, simple way to make money by placing ads on your website.
AdSense is Google’s ad network that does the hard work of bringing together the parties that participate in online advertising, making it simpler for everyone involved to succeed. It builds relationships with businesses looking to advertise, and websites like yours looking to make money by selling ads. Through an ad network, AdWords advertisers can get access to a wide variety of different online inventory at scale. And, they also help publishers find advertisers quickly. By working with an ad network like AdSense, you can spend less time marketing and selling your advertising space and more time focused on creating the best content for your users.
After you sign up for an account with a policy compliant website and are approved by AdSense, AdSense works behind the scenes to manage advertiser bids, inventory, and placements while focusing on increasing your earnings. It’s important to know that in order to maintain ad serving on your website and keep an AdSense account active, it's the responsibility of the publisher to keep up to date with, and adhere to, the policies posted here
It’s like an automatic car -- it removes most of the manual adjustments, allowing you to cruise along with less effort. You still need regular “tune ups” to get optimal performance, but you won’t need to shift gears to get from point A to point B.
Put AdSense to work for you.
To make money from AdSense, you’ll need a steady stream of website traffic. It’s a best practices to consistently post high-quality content, as it can attract more loyal visitors with fresh, relevant content. 
If you have a website that you update regularly, then why not sign up and see if AdSense works for you? The process is completely free and easy to add to your site. See the steps below or visit our help center to learn more.
With AdSense, you’re in complete control of the type of ads that appear on your site. AdSense is packed full of features designed to help you quickly and easily display content that fits naturally within your website.
You call the shots on the ads that appear on your website.

  • Choose the ad formats you’d prefer (text, display, rich media etc.), then highlight where on your website you’d like them to display. 
  • Block specific categories of ads that you don’t want to display, so only products or businesses relevant to your content can bid on your inventory.
  • Adapt the look and feel of text ads to match the style of your website.

Measure and optimize performance.

  • Performance reports provide key insights into how users engage with your content by measuring both your earnings and your performance across key engagement metrics. 
  • Leverage these insights with the Optimization page within your AdSense account. It’s a one-stop shop for improving your account performance, providing you with tailored recommendations and A/B experiments to help you make more informed decisions. 
Mobile friendly for you and your users.

  • For you, the AdSense mobile app provides you with an account overview, as well as access to detailed performance reports on all key metrics. 
  • For your users, AdSense has mobile-friendly ad formats like responsive ad units that automatically adapt to different screen sizes or page-level ads that are displayed at optimal times when they’re likely to perform well for you and provide a good experience for your users. 
AdSense is time efficient. Publishers that use our QuickStart feature only need to place a snippet of code in the <head> tag of their policy compliant web pages, then we’ll will take care of the rest. 
Here’s how you can get started.
Before you can start earning money from your content, you’ll have to submit your website for approval. Follow these best-practice steps before the application to increase your chances of a quick and easy approval:

  • Make sure you include an ‘About’ page, ‘Contact’ page, and a ‘Privacy’ page on your site. 
  • Include as much original content as possible; websites that post duplicate content will not be considered. 
  • Make sure you have full ownership of the website you’re submitting, or permission from the owner. 
  • Ensure that your site adheres to the AdSense program policies.
If you think AdSense is a fit for your website, then sign up now. After you’ve signed up you can submit your site to begin the approval process. To begin the approval process, log into your new AdSense account, click on Settings in your account page, then click My Sites and then Add. 
Once approved, your final step is to add the a provided snippet of code to your website (find detailed instructions here).  
If your site averages more than 300,000 monthly views, then contact an AdSense specialist for help that’s specific to your business. And if you’d like additional support with your account you can join an #AskAdSense support session on Twitter every Thursday 9:30am PT for our specialized guidance, tips and account support. 
Once you start earning money with AdSense, you can finally turn your #PassionIntoProfit.


Saturday, July 2, 2016

Engage your users' interest with the corresponding content?

Page-level ads
Suscitez-vous l'intérêt des utilisateurs grâce au contenu correspondant ?
Les résultats sont éloquents : le contenu correspondant incite les utilisateurs à consulter davantage de contenus et à passer plus de temps sur les sites. Vous pourriez accroître vos revenus en recommandant certaines pages de votre site aux visiteurs via le contenu correspondant. En savoir plus
Réveillez le scientifique qui est en vous grâce aux tests automatiques
Vous voulez connaître les futures performances d'une annonce ? Ne vous perdez plus en conjectures et commencez à utiliser la fonctionnalité de tests automatiques afin de déterminer les performances de votre annonce sur une petite partie de votre trafic. En savoir plus
Aidez-vous des chiffres pour savoir quelles annonces bloquer
Afin de prendre de meilleures décisions concernant les annonces à bloquer, vous pouvez utiliser le nouveau graphique relatif aux impressions, dans le centre de vérification des annonces. Déterminez l'impact sur vos revenus avant de prendre cette décision, grâce aux statistiques sur les impressions et à d'autres données.
Découvrez Accelerated Mobile Pages
Que votre objectif soit d'améliorer le taux de visibilité ou le taux d'interaction des annonces, découvrez en quoi le projet Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) peut vous aider. Rejoignez le forum de notre communauté pour voir comment d'autres éditeurs utilisent AMP.
Consacrez votre temps à la création de contenus et confiez les autres tâches à un partenaire agréé pour les éditeurs
Vous débutez avec les annonces, recherchez une nouvelle source de revenus ou souhaitez optimiser la configuration de votre serveur publicitaire ? Nos partenaires agréés pour les éditeurs vous aideront à atteindre vos objectifs. Ils sont capables de gérer chacune des opérations associées aux annonces, de la configuration à l'optimisation en passant par la maintenance. Le programme compte déjà plus de 30 experts confirmés, et nous sommes heureux de vous présenter nos nouveaux partenaires agréés : Marfeel et Sortable. Rechercher un partenaire à proximité
Conseils et tendances
Touchez vos utilisateurs philippins
Désormais, vous pouvez diffuser des annonces AdSense sur des pages rédigées en filipino. Créez des contenus localisés afin de cibler la base d'utilisateurs philippins, qui enregistre une forte croissance.
La sécurité Web est notre priorité
Découvrez pourquoi un emplacement d'annonce approprié peut vous aider à éviter des problèmes de sécurité comme le détournement de clic ou d'autres attaques Web. Consulter la section sur les bonnes pratiques
Conseils pour susciter l'intérêt des utilisateurs
Découvrez en quoi une stratégie efficace visant à susciter l'intérêt peut permettre d'améliorer le développement du site et le trafic vers celui-ci. Téléchargez le guide AdSense sur l'interaction avec votre audience pour obtenir des conseils sur la façon d'élaborer "des parcours utilisateurs, et non simplement des pages Web".

Launching AdSense Labs - the home for betas

Today we're launching AdSense Labs, a new subtab under the Optimization tab, where you’ll find new experimental features you are eligible to test. AdSense Labs is the place to find, test, and provide us feedback on new features we're working on. To learn more about this new tab, please visit the Help Center. The first two Labs we’ll be launching are Show fewer ads and Inline ads. Not all Labs are suitable for every site, so don’t worry if you don’t see a particular Lab you were expecting. Show fewer ads Show fewer ads cuts down the number of ads that are shown to your users in exchange for a negligible drop in your revenue. It aims to remove at least 10% of the ads served on your site (1% or less of your revenue), by preventing low value ads from being shown to your users. To learn more about the details, visit the Help Center. Inline ads Inline ads are 320x100 ad units which are automatically inserted within your mobile site as a user scrolls down the page. With this new ad format you’ll no longer need to write the logic to dynamically insert ad units on your page, we'll handle all that for you. For more information on Inline ads, check out the Help Center.
We'll be adding new Labs over time for you to try out, so be sure to check out Labs tab.
We're keen to hear your ideas for more features you’d you like to test. Please leave your thoughts in the comments section.
Posted by Emma Burrows
Software Engineer

Customize your ads for a better user experience across screens

Summer 2016 is a time of passion, excellence, and good-natured competition. For our Certified Publishing Partners, we’re excited to announce the launch of the Google Certified Publishing Partner Summer Challenge on July 1st.
After launching in October 2015, Google’s Certified Publishing Partner (GCPP) program encompasses close to 40 partners with proven expertise in driving innovation and growth for hundreds of thousands of publishers globally. Enabled by Google’s publisher solutions – Google AdSense, DoubleClick for Publishers, and DoubleClick Ad Exchange – each partner is trained to help publishers of various sizes and verticals optimize monetization strategies. Today, we’re launching this global contest to identify and recognize Certified Publishing Partners who have shown immense dedication and impressive expertise and several critical areas.
  • Customer Satisfaction Award: A partner who demonstrates outstanding overall quality of services for publishers, a key pillar of the Certified Publishing Partner program.
  • Mobile Champion Award: A partner who demonstrates strong strategy and implementation to help publishers capture mobile opportunities with strong user experiences and effective monetization.
  • Business Innovation Award: A partner who shows leadership in the publishing business, by demonstrating how they are innovators on all fronts from product to marketing to sales to support, and that their innovation has tangible impact on revenue and publisher satisfaction.
The contest will run from July 2016 through September 2016, with awards announced around October 2016. If you are one of our Certified Publishing Partners, you will receive an invitation to enter the contest. If you are interested in becoming a Certified Publishing Partner, apply here. Or, if you are interested in using the Certified Publishing Partner services, learn more about the program and find a partner here.
Posted by Sean Meng,
Global Program Lead, Google Certified Publishing Partner Program
About Google Certified Publishing Partnerships:
A Certified Publishing Partner can help when you don’t want to do it alone. Our publishing partners handle everything from setting up to optimizing and maintaining ads, so you’re free to spend more time publishing content on your site. Using Google best practices, our publishing partners are adept at maximizing performance and earnings with AdSense, DoubleClick Ad Exchange, and DoubleClick for Publishers. For more information, visit

Users access your content from many different screens like phones, phablets, tablets, desktops, game consoles, TVs, and even wearables. The size and type of screens that people use are continually changing, so it’s important that your site, content, and ads adapt to any screen size.
Savvy publishers have responded by building a single “responsive” site instead of creating different sites for different screens. These sites use responsive design principles and a single set of HTML/CSS to control user experiences on multiple screens, streamlining publisher operations.
Adapting content to different screens though, isn’t enough. To ensure that users have seamless experiences with ads as well, many publishers are using AdSense ad units that are fully responsive.