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|321:|| AdSense Publishers Notice Record Low Earnings Since First of April|
AdSense program members have been bristling since the first of April about poor AdSense performance. In the last 24hrs, it appears Google has either made some program changes, or simply updated the way they calculate stats.
|Google AdSense||Apr 14, 2004|
|322:|| AdSense Publishers Wonder If "Keep My Opt-Outs" Will Hurt Earnings|
Today Google's Chrome browser announced an extension called "Keep My Opt-Outs". This extension allows the user to opt out permanently from all ad tracking cookies. The Google announcement added:[br][br]"We're working to make this feature available for other browsers, too. We've also decided to make the code for this extension available on an open-source basis, so that other developers can let us know if there's a bug, or even extend the code's capabilities if they want to."
|Google Chrome Browser||Jan 25, 2011|
|323:|| AdSense Publishers and Our Confused Primary Focus|
An intersting thread that is a throw back to the FlyCast, Burst, DoubleClick (etal) days of banners. WebWork suggests that; "If AdSense is not about making money for the advertisers then it will fail.". I read nearly that exact same quote in the FlyCast forums about six months before they packed it in.
|Google AdSense||Mar 21, 2005|
|324:|| AdSense Referral Program: Time Limit Raised to 180 Days|
"In a major change to the AdSense referral commission program, Google has doubled the time limit for generating a referral commission from 90 days to 180 days. This change is retroactive."
|Google AdSense||Mar 2, 2006|
|325:|| AdSense Referrals Program to End in August 2008||Google AdSense||July 1, 2008|
|326:|| AdSense Report Analysis With Excel|
"Using Excel for advanced AdSense reports."
|Google AdSense||Mar 13, 2008|
|327:|| AdSense Reporting Delay January 2011|
"stats well and truly stuck on the first full day back at work for many."
|Google AdSense||Jan 4, 2011|
|328:|| AdSense Revenue Drops But For Me Pubcenter Up|
"This last drop in adsense revenue pushed me to try Microsoft ads again and I am happy to report, it is paying what adsense paid before the drop.."
|Google AdSense||June 22, 2010|
|329:|| AdSense Revenue Share Earnings Changes|
Site publishers discuss a negative change in AdSense Earnings coinciding with changes with the AdWords program.
|Google AdSense||May 9, 2012|
|330:|| AdSense Rich Media Beta|
"I just received an invitation to be part of the big G's Rich Media AdSense program."
|Google AdSense||Feb 2, 2006|
|331:|| AdSense Search Results Now On Your Own Site|
"Now you can display AdSense for search results within your own site! Plus, we've updated our reports to provide performance details at the ad level. "
|Google AdSense||Aug 16, 2006|
|332:|| AdSense Serving 3rd Party Ads on Content Network|
"What will be the impact on AdWords advertisers of AdSense serving third party ads on Google's content network?"
|Google AdWords||Aug 28, 2009|
|333:|| AdSense Showing Region-Targeted Political Ads||Google AdSense||Nov 3, 2008|
|334:|| AdSense Site Targeting|
Site targeted links will now appear within Adsense ads seeking advertisers who wish to advertise on that particular site.
|Google AdSense||Nov 21, 2005|
|335:|| AdSense Stats Delay|
"According to Google, the delay is fixed, but not everyone is seeing it quite yet."
|Google AdSense||May 8, 2008|
|336:|| AdSense Stats Frozen: Publishers Getting Frustrated||Google AdSense||Mar 9, 2009|
|337:|| AdSense Tax Withholding|
I have a U.S. corporation with an EIN number registered with Google AdSense. The most recently reported payment (not yet received) was reduced by an approximate 25% "Tax Withheld".
|Google AdSense||Mar 28, 2005|
|338:|| AdSense Temporarily Changes Shape of Ad Inventory|
Smart ad money is betting AdSense is at its pinnacle right now and like all other ad networks will slowly fade within a year. However, while the initial gold rush is on, many advertisers are feeling put out by overpriced Ad inventory.
|Google AdSense||July 22, 2003|
|339:|| AdSense Tester|
Test and see what ads should appear on individual URLs.
|Google AdSense||Jan 23, 2004|
|340:|| AdSense Testing "Playlists" of Video Ads Publishers Can Choose|
"Google to test video ads on AdSense."
|Google AdSense||Jan 22, 2007|
|341:|| AdSense Testing Cost Per Action|
Google is testing Cost Per Action with a limited group of publishers. While questions remain as to when or if this will be rolled out, the implications for merchants and affiliate marketers are clear.
|Google AdSense||June 21, 2006|
|342:|| AdSense Tips and Tricks|
"There's a whole wealth of knowledge on these forums but broken up in to a ton of pages. If you have any tips, please share them here."
|Google AdSense||Oct 11, 2007|
|343:|| AdSense Tracking Script|
Members develop a tracking script.
|Google AdSense||Apr 9, 2004|
|344:|| AdSense Updates Ad Layouts|
"After analyzing publisher site layouts and reviewing requests around the world, we decided to make our formats more space-efficient and visually pleasing by changing the layout of the text."
|Google AdSense||Aug 10, 2010|
|345:|| AdSense Video Ad Units Coming to UK, Ireland And Canada|
Following their success in the U.S., Google is rolling out video units over the next several days to English-language publishers in the UK, Ireland, and Canada.
|Google AdSense||Nov 22, 2007|
|346:|| AdSense filtering improvements - Faster filtering|
"...we've reduced the time it takes for changes to your list of filtered sites to take effect."
|Google AdSense||Sept 3, 2009|
|347:|| AdSense for Domains Now Open to All Publishers||Google AdSense||Dec 12, 2008|
|348:|| AdSense for Feeds Now Open To All Publishers|
"Today, I logged to my adsense account and saw Adsense for Feeds."
|Google AdSense||Aug 15, 2008|
|349:|| AdSense for Mobile|
"Google announced the availability of AdSense for Mobile, a program that contextually targets ads to mobile website content."
|Google AdSense||Sept 18, 2007|
|350:|| AdSense for Search May Cause Pages to Not Validate||Google AdSense||Jan 20, 2009|
|351:|| AdSense geo-targetting: Getting relevant ads to run||Google AdSense||June 21, 2006|
|352:|| AdSense in emailed newsletters & ezines|
The first sighting of AdSense in emails, and exactly how it works.
|Google AdSense||Mar 5, 2004|
|353:|| AdSense invisible to Norton Internet Security users|
Ad blocking is turned on by default, resulting in missing AdSense titles and ads.
|Google AdSense||Oct 23, 2003|
|354:|| AdSense launches URL channels for tracking stats|
Among the changes include a new main page redesign, tracking URLs on a site, directory or individual page basis, and new search languages added.
|Google AdSense||Dec 6, 2004|
|355:|| AdSense to Load Faster For Content Publishers Worldwide|
We've now developed a new ads delivery technique to improve the speed of websites that display AdSense ads, so that it doesn't slow down your page content. We're very happy to announce that we've eliminated this slowdown for the majority of websites and for a number of browsers, and are seeing pages load as much as a second faster than before.[br][br]At this time, we're deploying globally for users of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 and will be expanding the list of browsers that benefit from this speed-up soon.
|Google AdSense||Mar 17, 2011|
|356:|| AdSense: Canadian Publishers Electronic Funds Transfer Woes|
"WebmasterWorld Members from Canada are still seeing problems over the EFT failure."
|Google AdSense||Apr 6, 2010|
|357:|| AdSense: Double Your Pages, Double Your $$? Probably Not||Google AdSense||Aug 18, 2006|
|358:|| AdSense: Some Visitors Using IE See Download Prompts For Third-Party Add-Ons||Google AdSense||Aug 16, 2006|
|359:|| AdWords API Goes Beta|
The AdWords API Beta has been released in open-beta form to any and all Adwords advertisers.
|Google AdWords||Jan 28, 2005|
|360:|| AdWords Adds Useful Features for Long/Lat Targeting|
"The longitude and latitude targeting options were incredibly difficult to use before as one didn't know what Google thought an area was, and didn't have the capacity to add targeting options without going to a 3rd party. That has all changed with the slickest integration of long/lat targeting that exists."
|Google AdWords||Nov 22, 2005|