Implementing an additional ad unit on pages with less than three ad units can result in a clear uplift of your AdSense earnings. In this issue's optimisation section, we help you decide when it's appropriate to add an additional ad unit to your pages. You'll also learn about:
The recently launched website contest
Subscribing to our Inside AdSense Blog
Receiving occasional emails from AdSense
Implementing AdSense for Content on game play pages
Checking your account performance with the AdSense Publisher Toolbar
The Google AdSense team
Tip of the Month
Think about your users and existing content when adding new units
Placing additional ad units on content-rich and policy-compliant pages of your site is one of the most revenue-positive changes you can make to your AdSense implementation. You can place new ad units on pages that aren't yet showing AdSense ads, or increase the number of AdSense ad units to three.
Whether your ads are from AdSense or other sources, the focus of your site should always be on delivering the best possible user experience. When choosing where to place new ad units, consider the layout of your pages and the amount of content on them. For more information and recommendations, check out our video below.
Invest in your website Contest!
Recently, we launched a contest for our Malaysia and Philippines publishers to create original and quality content site that they're passionate about, keeping our Webmaster Guidelines and most importantly, their users in mind. The winners were invited for a 1:1 optimization session with the AdSense experts. A big thank you to all the partners who optimized their website based our suggestions. Watch this space, your country might be next!
Check your account performance with the AdSense Publisher Toolbar
We recently released a new Chrome extension called AdSense Publisher Toolbar, which allows you to see a snapshot of your earnings and account performance while you're viewing your site. It also includes ad overlays that describe the recent performance of specific ad units. Learn more about this extension in our Inside AdSense blog and try it out today.
Subscribe to our Inside AdSense Blog
We regularly post helpful information in our Inside AdSense Blog - everything from event invites to product announcements and optimisation tips. Make sure you’re on top of what’s happening in AdSense by subscribing to our blog via feed or email. Both options are on the right-hand panel and it only takes seconds to complete. Sign up today!
Did you know that our team offers occasional emails other than the AdSense newsletter? You can, for example, choose to receive personalised optimisation tips or invitations to AdSense events. An overview of the available types of emails can be found in our Help Center. To change your email preferences:
Sign in to your account.
On the ‘Home’ tab, visit the ‘Account settings’ page.
In the ‘Personal settings’ section, click ‘edit’.
Check the boxes associated with the types of messages that you'd like to receive.
To make the most of your account, we encourage you to receive those additional emails. Make sure you also check out the new AdSense newsletter archive.
AdSense for Content on game play pages
Previously, we shared how keeping the right distance between ads and content, and using the right product, can help to avoid accidental clicks. Publishers with gaming sites have also asked for advice on how to place AdSense for Content ads on game play pages. In this blog post , we provide more tips, insights, and examples of ad implementations on game play pages that are compliant and not-compliant with our policies.
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