Sunday, January 20, 2013

AdSense Optimization Checklist, Part 1

Your optimization checklist, Part 1 - Inside AdSense

Looks like AdSense wants you to straighten up your AdSense activities and stratergies to maximize your earning potential. Since this blog has been dormant for a while, we thought it is time we got our act together and what is more better than directing our readers to a fantastic resource with the first article in the new year.
Inside AdSense will be publishing the AdSense Optimization Checklist in two parts and devoting the first post / part to check items that you may have already attended to and to remind good old AdSense tips.

One of the tasks is to take care of Ad Coverage on your site. You already know that you can have three standard AdSense for Content units on your site. But the 300x600 are limited to only one. You can have three link units and two AdSense for Search boxes. If you are not sure of the process or wondering if and how to place Ad units, the Video below might help.
This is followed by explanation on User recommended Ad sizes, Show both text and image ads, Experimenting with Ad Colors, Optimal Ad placement and adding a AdSense for Search boxes. There are  ample resource links within the post to make the task even easier, like one of our favorites, Heat Map for Pages.
Reading the article reminded me to take care of a few things about this site, starting with entirely new layout to make it more presentable and easily readable to our readers.

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