Tips and Tricks Google Adsense

Kamis, 10 November 2011

[Inside AdSense] Ad serving explained

As an AdSense publisher, you know that the ad revenue you're earning
from your site is important to maintaining and growing your online
business. In addition to AdSense, are you also using other ad networks
on your pages or selling some of your ad space directly to specific

If so, you may have found that it can be time-consuming to determine
and manage when and where your ads should show, in order for you to
earn the most money possible. And if an advertiser has very specific
requirements for their campaigns -- such as only appearing during a
certain time of day or only to users located in a certain country --it
can be challenging to fulfill these types of requests.

That's where an ad server like DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) Small
Business (
can help. An ad server helps you deliver ads to your pages, allowing
you to manage ads from AdSense, multiple ad networks, and directly
sold ads. Watch our introductory video below to learn more:

If you've started using multiple ad networks or have started receiving
requests from advertisers to place their ads on your site directly,
DFP Small Business is a great solution. Sign up for a free account
or visit our Help Center (
) to learn

Posted by Arlene Lee - Inside AdSense Team

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