Google Updates AdSense Layouts

Aug 10, 2010 • 8:30 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

It has been a while since we have seen an update to the Google AdSense unit layouts. But today that has changed, Google announced new layouts are coming to the leaderboard, medium and large rectangles units. Here is a picture of the change:

Google AdSense New ads

The changes include:

  • Leaderboard (728x90): the title, description, and URL are now arranged in rows instead of columns (except in the case when only one ad is showing)
  • Medium and large rectangles (300x250, 336x280): the URL is now in the same line as the title
  • Font size changes on some units

Did you notice any changes on your sites? Good or bad?

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Comments:

No Name

08/11/2010 06:03 pm

Hi, the old layout was good.but its only about size in new layout.i found your blog through search engine.you have the amazing knowledge it is such a nice information. you have really a great Blog about the Google Adsence. Thanks for sharing the nice information.

Marco

08/11/2010 08:03 pm

I do think the changes are better for both parties, Google and whoever advertises with adwords. You get more advertisers in the new layout format, as previously you could only get two adds showing at one time, let's say on a leaderboard (728x90).. Now you get four adds. So the changes are good. More exposure for advertisers = more money for Google. Every one's happy :)

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