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Google site targeting - can advertisers still target adsense sites?
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Msg#: 3897523 posted 5:15 am on Apr 22, 2009 (gmt 0)

Google used to display an 'advertise on this site' link in the past but it seems to have disappeared…

So my question is can advertisers still target a site and increase the CPC they are willing to pay for exposure on that site?

And how do I encourage advertisers to target my site? -> I need an easy-to-follow instructions/tutorial which I could send potential advertisers with straightforward directions to set up site-targeting for my site?



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Msg#: 3897523 posted 3:27 pm on Apr 22, 2009 (gmt 0)

When you create a channel, there's a box for allowing advertisers to channel that placement.


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Msg#: 3897523 posted 4:34 pm on Apr 22, 2009 (gmt 0)

People can still use the Google Placement option from AdWords to target any website that is displaying AdSense.

To do this, they have to select a placement option rather then a keyword option when setting up the campaign within AdWords.

In the placement option, they are asked for the URL of the site they want to advertise under. They would put your URL in that spot.

Here is more information from Google on site placements:

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