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Google AdSense brings you online interactive webinars

Hello Publisher,

We are pleased to announce a new series of AdSense webinars. This is the first in a series of newsletters from the AdSense Webinar Team containing upcoming events as well as tips and best practices related to the content of upcoming webinars.

Publishers have been asking for more hands-on, interactive AdSense training, and we've been listening. These planned webinars will help you to get more out of your AdSense account, allow you to ask AdSense professionals for advice, and help you to boost your AdSense revenue potential. We are offering these events in response to publisher feedback, and we hope to address your frequently asked questions about optimisation and attracting advertisers to your site. Below are the first 3 webinars we will be holding:

  • Using AdSense Effectively: Fundamentals of optimisation. Get an overview of the AdSense revenue model, and learn about changes you can make in your account and to your ad layout, to maximize your returns. We give examples of layouts proven successful, showing you small changes you can make to your account which can lead to increased earnings. This is ideal for publishers who want some quick tips on increasing revenue and for new publishers just starting out. To join this webinar, please register your attendance here using your AdSense login and Publisher ID.
  • Using AdSense Effectively: Looking further at building a relationship with advertisers. As your website grows, advertisers will become increasingly interested in advertising on your website. In this webinar we will look closer at placement targeting, and how you can increase the visibility of your website to our advertisers. We will also have a member of our advertiser support team discuss exactly what advertisers are looking for in a site. To join this webinar, please register your attendance here using your AdSense login and Publisher ID.
  • Getting started with Google Ad Manager. Get an overview of our hosted ad server, which helps you to manage effectively all direct-sold and network-based inventory. After this presentation, you should understand all the advantages of the product as well as how to use it. To join this webinar, please register your attendance here using your AdSense login and Publisher ID.

Availability for these webinars is limited, so please register early to avoid disappointment.

Going forward we will to run several of these webinars every quarter, and will endeavour to build them for your needs. After each session we will give you the opportunity to provide us with feedback, and will use this information to develop further webinars to suit you. In the meantime, here are a few suggestions to help you start getting the most out of your AdSense Account:

Subscribe to the Inside AdSense blog: Tips like these are always available on the Inside AdSense blog, so be sure to subscribe to our feed!

For a more comprehensive look at how to maximize ad revenue from your site, join us for this first series of webinars. We look forward to your participation, and we'll be sure to update you with news of upcoming webinars in future newsletters.


The AdSense Webinar Team

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