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Making the most out of AdSense Online Resources

 
  Making the most out of AdSense Online Resources

Dear AdSense publisher,

The AdSense Team is sending you our best wishes for a happy New Year. Our New Year's resolution is to improve your AdSense experience, and so we'd like to draw your attention to the AdSense resources available to you. We hope that you'll take advantage of these resources and make the most of AdSense in 2008.

 
   
The AdSense Help Centre: Instant Advice
The AdSense Help Centre provides you with comprehensive information about AdSense. You can browse through a number of categories on the home page, or use the search function to find the answers that you require.

The AdSense Help Centre also offers a wide variety of demos and guides that can help you get started with AdSense, learn about our payments system, and troubleshoot common problems. In addition, you can read about our advanced features and how to optimise the performance of your Google ads. You may also be interested in viewing our webinars. These have been developed by our specialists and cover a range of topics, including how to improve your AdSense performance.

Finally, you can use the Help Centre to see how other publishers used our optimisation tips to make the most out of AdSense. Simply visit our Success Stories page.

   
 
   
The Inside AdSense blog: The latest AdSense news!
As you may know, the Inside AdSense blog provides AdSense publishers with the latest AdSense news, feature releases, and tips. Using the blog's labels and search functionality, you can browse all previous blog posts. If you're new to AdSense, we recommend visiting the "Newbie" label to view content that will help you to get started with the programme. Or, if you want to find out how you can optimise your ad layout, check out our "Optimisation" label. You can also read our case studies to learn how other AdSense publishers have maximised their revenue potential.

Coming soon: Keep an eye out for video posts and Breezos.

   
 
   
The AdSense Help Forum: Sharing is caring!
The AdSense Help Forum is the ideal place for you to share your AdSense experience with other publishers, pass on optimisation tips you've found helpful, and learn from other publishers. You can discuss the Inside AdSense blog posts with other publishers, and a Google representative known as AdSensePro will be on hand to provide help and clarification.

As you may know, you can now find all available AdSense resources from the new 'Resources' tab in your account.

Finally, we'd like to encourage you to experiment with what works for you! You can use Google Analytics and Channels to help you make an informed decision on what works best for you, your website and the visitors to your site.

Wishing you every success with AdSense this year.

Sincerely,

The Google AdSense Team

   
 
   

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