Google AdSense Finally With Asynchronous Support

Jul 1, 2013 • 8:27 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

Google AdSense logoYou'd thought the day would never come but it has, Google has finally added asynchronous ad code.

Asynchronous ad code support means your AdSense ads will have less of an opportunity to slow down your page loads. Google said this provides "improved web latency and a better user experience for your site’s visitors." Truth is, publishers have been asking for this for years.

To see it yourself, login to your Google AdSense account, and create a new ad and click get ad code. The second screen will show you a drop down to choose between the old code and the new BETA asynchronous option:

Google AdSense Asynchronous

You can learn more about using this option over here.

A WebmasterWorld thread has publisher rejoicing over the added support. One said:

Holly sh.t! This is big!

Edit: You can remove the inline dimensions and define the ad size via external css. Perfect for responsive design.

Edit 2: You can add data-ad-channel="0000" for custom channel

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Michael

07/01/2013 12:52 pm

This wont work with the responsive design tho?

sunil kumar

07/02/2013 12:36 pm

it is not working with link units..

sstojanoski

07/08/2013 07:24 pm

it works, ad units show up, but ever since I switched revenue has dropped. for example today there are no recorded clicks on any of my sites, 12 hours into this adsense day. I was doing some changes on my sites but no clicks is weird.

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