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Google’s Unfair Premium Publisher Preferences

Have you noticed how some sites have Google Adsense which does not even give the least hint that it is an advertisement? They do not have underlines, no borders, no sizes and not even a clear mentioning that they are ads by Google. (more…)

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How to Display Google Adsense in Feedburner RSS

You should be aware that Google has bought Feedburner and that would mean you can display Google Adsense ads on your Feedburner RSS. This can increase your revenue potential as more ads can help you earn more revenue. Steps to add Adsense ads in Feedburner RSS: Login to your Feedburner Account Choose the feed you […]

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Google Adsense Payment Delay

Are you waiting for more than two months for the Google Adsense Check to arrive? You are not alone. There are Publishers waiting for more than 4 to 6 months. Google Adsense payments are delayed for many publishers especially in India and United Kingdom. Google seems to be delaying the payment even though it informs […]

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Google Adsense Scrollbar

Google Adsense publishers would have noticed a scrollbar popup on the corners of their website ads. Clicking on the Ad Scrollbar up or down makes the ad space display a new set of advertisements. Google Adsense has been constantly updating its marketing strategy to be beneficial for advertisers and publishers. The recent drop in Click […]

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New Google Adsense Guidelines

Google has instructed publishers not to blend Google Ads with the content. The new Google Adsense placement guidelines can affect at least 60% of Adsense users. Many publishers place Google Ads right below the topic or in between an article to increase clicks. Some publishers have even resorted to show Google Ads as a horizontal […]

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Splash Page

What is a Splash Page? Splash page is a web page where a promotion is displayed or information about the website is provided. They usually close automatically after a fixed few seconds. (more…)

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Transition Ads

What is a transition ad? Transition ad is a web page containing just an advertisement appearing usually between two other pages. Usually, these ads appear between a landing page and a lower level page. Transitional ads are commonly displayed on the window itself instead of as a pop up. (more…)

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Google Adsense Referral Units Expire End of Jan 08

Google has informed that the Adsense referral program would expire by the end of January 2008. It has also requested the Adsense referral users to remove the referral ad unit and replace with another ad unit from Google or display any products or services. This has frustrated many web owners who display these referral programs. […]

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