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You Can Change Adsense Ad Unit Fonts Now. Will It Improve Ad Performance?

You Can Change Adsense Ad Unit Fonts Now. Will It Improve Ad Performance?

Google now allowing to change the Adsense ad unit font face through Adsense account. This feature was asked by many publishers over the time. Few publishers are applying their own font face and font sizes for Adsense ad units. But this is against the Google Adsense policy. There are only [...]
Adsense for Parked Domains Now Opened for Worldwide Publishers

Adsense for Parked Domains Now Opened for Worldwide Publishers

If you have domains that are not developed or you are not posting any article or content on it then you have a good opportunity to earn some extra bucks from unused domains. Google ‘Adsense for domains’ is now opened for all international publishers. Couple of months back we blogged about launch [...]
Adsense for parked domains available for all publishers

Adsense for parked domains available for all publishers

Google announced that, Adsense program is now available for parked domains also. Previously Adsense ads were allowed on parked domains only for selective publishers and with not much control. This is a direct competitor for big domain parking market players like Sedo, as most of the ads on domains parked [...]
Adsense ads just below your blog post title not allowed

Adsense ads just below your blog post title not allowed

In spite of reminding many times by Google about Adsense ad placement and optimization, If you are not following the Google Adsense terms then your Adsense account might get banned. Here are two Adsense optimization tips that Google advised to avoid: 1. Ads shouldn’t be placed under a title or [...]
Have you migrated your Feedburner feeds to Google account?

Have you migrated your Feedburner feeds to Google account?

Google Adsense for feed is live now. This is another good revenue opportunity for bloggers to monetize their RSS feeds. What is Adsense for feed? Like ‘Adsense for content’ you can now show Adsense ads in your site RSS feed. These ads will be basically CPM ads, Google team will take care to sell [...]
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