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Adsense for Products
When will it come?

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Msg#: 6287 posted 9:11 pm on Apr 22, 2005 (gmt 0)

They already have froogle. They have merchant product data. When will Google create Adsense for Products (beta)?

In many cases, relevant product listings convert much higher that text ads.



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Msg#: 6287 posted 10:13 pm on Apr 22, 2005 (gmt 0)

This sounds like an excellent idea. I mentioned it over in the pay-per-conversion thread.


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Msg#: 6287 posted 10:03 pm on Apr 26, 2005 (gmt 0)

When I am reading a blog about mp3 players, the same old text ad that says "find mp3 players at ebay" is just not as compelling as seeing 3 thumbnails of new mp3 players IMO.

Does anyone agree?


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Msg#: 6287 posted 3:28 am on Apr 27, 2005 (gmt 0)

Obviously the merchants are not bidding or participating in the content network for that term -- OR google has algorithmically determined that generic adverts work better on that blog.

Find a well ranked page about a high end widget model number, which has adsense on it, and you'll see adverts that are spot on, as long as that page has an appropriate title, is in the google cache etc.... (i.e. a quality page that google has spidered for adsense and is in the serps).

Would like to see google do something like pricegrabber and others who require two clicks to get paid.

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