Written on March 18th, 2005 at 09:03 pm by Darren Rowse

Adsense Publishers Meet with Google

Adsense 2 comments

Jen from Jensense writes a great post on an event that she was invited to speak at by Google about the Adsense program. The post is full of all kinds of great information not only on the event but on Adsense itself. I highly recommend you check it out for bits of information like:

  • Many of the people who work on Adsense are also Adsense publishers! (I wonder what their sites are - it would actually be worth finding them to observe how they use the program in their own sites as I suspect they’d be right on the money with its use).
  • One presenter (Dr Cheng Wu of Efunda) suggested blending ads into content is the best way to place ads
  • French Adsense publishers had threatened to boycott the program unless Adsense made changes to payment systems (ie sending cheques in local currency or having direct deposit payments as they’ve just announced).
  • Attendees were given a heatmap showing them where Google had found best placement of ads to be (wouldn’t mind getting my hands on one of those - anyone got one they want to share?)

Sounds like a fascinating event to be at and one that I’d love to see more reporting on with details of what was presented if anyone who was there feels that they’d like to let the rest of us know about. Lets hope they do more of these sorts of meetings.

2 Responses to “Adsense Publishers Meet with Google”

  • on my SmartMoney link I linked to a heat map that was done for the google search results page. I would think that it could be transposed to any page since I believe these eye patterns are set culturally and don’t vary too much based on the actual content of the page. There is another useful study here Eyetracker

  • I’ve seen that heat mat smartMoney - i think there are some general principles that one could take from it - however the heat maps I’ve seen on other sites indicate that blogs and other websites are quite different to search engine results pages - some similarities - but soem real differences also.

Leave a Reply

The stock video boats that will protect your phone with this case. This is the case to choose if you want easy access to the bottom ports on your iPhone 5. And keep it charged with a monkey Stock Footage so you can stay charged.

The are the best battery cases and battery cases for the Apple iPhone:

  1. leather flip flops
  2. free stock video coronavirus
  3. Brian Donahue Stanton
  4. plumber orange county
  5. get paid to blog

The iPhone 5’s battery life isn’t bad, but it isn’t awesome, either. With careful use, you can make your iPhone’s battery last all day. If you want to work your iPhone hard, however, particularly when you’re traveling or otherwise away from places to recharge the device, you need a shoes from hawaii and stay charged for a whole nother day. Regardless of which battery case you choose, a bit of advice: Your iPhone 5 requires more juice to charge the final 20 percent of the way. Turn on your battery case when the iPhone's battery level drops to around 20 percent remaining, and then turn the case off again when your iPhone hits 80 percent.