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Dear AdSense Publisher,
This is a reminder about the upcoming ‘AdSense Top Tech Tips’ webinar which will take place on Wednesday 26th May at 5pm GMT. The agenda for the webinar is:
We will show you how you can grow your AdSense revenue in various ways such as embedding ads in your content, and using Channels and Analytics to make informed optimisation decisions.
Plus you’ll have the opportunity to put your questions to our AdSense optimisation specialists.
Sign up here to attend the webinar.
We look forward to meeting you at our webinar!
P.S. You can view the recording of this week's webinar on 'AdSense for Search' here.
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