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Earn more on your Blog with AdSense

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Dear Blogger,

I'm contacting you to let you know about some tried and tested tips that you can implement so that you can maximise your AdSense earnings from your blog site.

  • Consider where you place your ads: Certain locations deliver high earnings. Have a look at the heatmap for blogs to see which areas of your page are likely to perform best.
  • Implement the top performing ad formats: The most effective AdSense ad formats are the Large Rectangle (336x280), the Medium Rectangle (300x250) and the Wide Skyscraper (160x600). For long entries, embed a blended Medium Rectangle into your post and add a Banner to the end. For short entries, just place one Medium Rectangle or Banner (468x60) at the end of a post.
  • Make sure brand advertisers are able to find your blog: By selecting the 'Allow advertisers to target this channel' checkbox on the channel creation page, you can enable brand advertisers to target their content to your audience directly. You can also choose to make to display both text and image ads. Change your settings under the "My Account" tab so that you can start taking advantage of all available ad types.
  • Earn additional income: With AdSense for Feeds you can generate revenue by placing targeted Google ads in your blog feeds, while AdSense for Search allows you to place a Google search box on your blog and monetise the search results pages.
  • Find out what works best for you: In order to monitor your changes, make sure to use custom channels. This will allow you to figure out what works best on your site and what leads to increased earnings.

We encourage you to try these optimisation tips on your blog and wish you continued success with AdSense!


The Google AdSense Team

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