| 6:42 pm on Oct 31, 2009 (gmt 0)|
If your traffic is mostly from search engines then better not to think about premium.
| 7:57 pm on Oct 31, 2009 (gmt 0)|
As far as I know it's by invitation only, but few who are will tell, so I guess there's an NDA involved gagging those who do know.
| 9:19 pm on Oct 31, 2009 (gmt 0)|
You just email them your statistics and ask for custom ad format publishing capabilities. They will review your site and get back with you in a couple of weeks.
If approved, you'll go through a lengthy process of getting each of your custom ad formats approved. They are approved by a review committee.
I know that in 2008, your traffic and revenue stats would likely get you approved. I cannot speak to today's standards. I also know that the length of time you had an adsense account and your track record for revenue steadiness and lack of fraud issues "played" a part in that decision. Again, cannot speak to today's standards.
| 9:26 pm on Nov 1, 2009 (gmt 0)|
1. Get to know AdSense's Terms. Especially the part about confidentiality about the stats provided.
2. Be careful about the strangers with which you share specific information. You don't know their intentions, if they're a competitor, or someone who wants to reproduce your business or even steal your content.
| 6:20 pm on Nov 2, 2009 (gmt 0)|
|If your traffic is mostly from search engines then better not to think about premium. |
why would search engine traffic hurt a publishers chance of getting into the premium adsense program?
| 8:48 pm on Nov 2, 2009 (gmt 0)|
You are correct. It has nothing to do with it at all.
| 4:13 am on Nov 4, 2009 (gmt 0)|
It's amazing stats since with 600,000 clicks even at only say .10c a click that is an astonishing 60k a month revenue!
| 8:15 am on Nov 4, 2009 (gmt 0)|
|How to become a Premium Publisher? |
I have enough trouble just being your average, but elderly, Aussie dagg without worrying about impossible scenarios.