Recommending Firefox with Google AdSense Referral Product

Aug 21, 2006 • 8:08 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

Google pays you a dollar for each Firefox download you create from your AdSense account, it is called AdSense FireFox referrals. But Google doesn't like it when you tell people to click on your AdSense ads or if you tell people to take a desired action.

That is the topic of a recent WebmasterWorld thread.

The thread creator asks, can he place on his site, "This site is best viewed in FireFox" and then directly under that, have a Firefox referral button?

A friendly member replies that the AdSenseAdvisor replied to this question back in January stating;

To clarify, you cannot use language like, "click here" or "click on this button to download Firefox", or display a giant arrow drawing undue attention to your referral button. However, in the content of your site you could provide an endorsement for the product you are choosing to refer. For example, you might say, "I recommend the Firefox browser."

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Maria making pictures

08/21/2006 02:42 pm

I think the person who responded to the inquiry had made a misstake. I find, it is quite acceptable to recomend firefox and use a button from google near that reomendation. Thank you for sharing this story with me !

demozi

08/21/2006 07:26 pm

That has been clarified and well said from google ..that no one can tell anyone to click or soso...

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