Tips and Tricks Google Adsense

Senin, 14 Februari 2011

[Inside AdSense] Display both text and image ads for an easy change with big impact is an online resource for finding free or affordable
events in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founder Johnny Hayes recently
shared his site's story with us and gave some tips on an easy and high
impact way that he's optimized his revenue -- by enabling both text
and image/rich media ads.

Inside AdSense: How did come about?
Johnny Hayes: I moved to San Francisco without a job and couldn't find
much work, so I had a lot of time on my hands. I spent my time hunting
down cheap and free things to do in the city and, starting in 2003,
began emailing my friends with a weekly list of activities. More
friends found out and wanted to be added to my email list, so I
decided it was time to make a real website.

IA: How did you get started with AdSense?
JH: I began using AdSense in March 2007. It was my first source of
online advertising revenue. As content developed on my site and
traffic grew, my AdSense revenue grew as well.

IA: Why did you decide to opt in to both text and image/rich media
JH: Several months ago, I received an email from AdSense letting me
know that I hadn't opted in to displaying text ads and was only
displaying image ads.

I had originally chosen to only show image ads because I figured they
were more aesthetically appealing to my readers. But Google's
reasoning – which made sense to me – was that even though there's tons
of advertisers using image ads, there's a bunch more out there who are
specifically bidding on text ads. If I'm only showing image ads then
I'm leaving the text advertisers out of the auction. And since these
text ads would only be shown on my site if they outbid image ads, why
not offer this space to them?

So I decided to give the text ads a shot. It seemed like an easy thing
to do that might have a positive impact on my revenue with virtually
no downside.

IA: What were the results? Would you recommend this strategy to other
JH: After enabling both text and image ads on my site, I saw a 51%
revenue increase and nearly a 60% increase in average eCPM. It was an
easy change with a big impact. And using AdSense means I don't have to
worry about the laborious task of finding and managing advertisers
myself and can instead focus my time on what I like to do – writing
good content, putting together a great site and growing my business. I
just plugged in the AdSense code and rarely have to think about it

I would say to other publishers that it's worth giving the option for
both text and image ads a try. It's pretty easy to set up – I just
followed the instructions in the email I had received from AdSense and
it took just a few minutes. Also, set up channels to track your ads so
you can see specifically which of your ad locations and ad types are
monetizing well, and continue with that.

If you want to give text and image ads a try like Johnny, visit the
link below to upgrade your units now!

* Once you're signed in to your AdSense account, click the "My
Ads" tab in the new AdSense interface
* Select all ad units
* From the "Actions" dropdown, edit ad type to "Text & Image /
rich media ads"
* Set up custom channels to monitor the impact on your AdSense

Posted by Meredith Blackwell - Inside AdSense team

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