Google AdSense Optimization Tips Get Graphical

Mar 28, 2013 • 8:09 am | comments (7) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense

Google AdSense logoGoogle has been sending AdSense publishers optimization tips since 2007. Most publisher I know ignore them because they are mostly automated and don't really share that much detail.

Google has announced they are upgrading those optimization tips to tease you on how much money you can potentially make if you follow their advice.

Google said they added "a graph that visualizes your expected revenue gain from a suggested optimization."

Here are screen shots of those graphs:

click for full size

click for full size

Yea, pretty enticing now, don't you think?

Forum discussion at Google+.

Previous story: Google Publishers Question AdSense Case Study


Soni Sharma

03/28/2013 12:35 pm

Really cool now......

Gareth Daine

03/28/2013 01:04 pm


Eldy Voon

03/28/2013 01:21 pm

one of their specialist called and guided me on ads placement.. now my CTR is up to 3-4%.. if shit happen I really have nothing to say..


03/29/2013 07:49 pm

Most of the GoogleAdSense advices are "change this ad to images and text to increase earning bla bla bla.... but in most cases it doesn't work, CTR of graphic ads are still really low, text ads work too much better.

Ian Kay

03/30/2013 09:13 pm

To get the best results with AdSense optimization you have to do a lot of A/B and multi-variant testing. Google can't understand your audience as it varies a lot from niche to site.

Darryl Tay

05/02/2013 08:06 pm

I have always been a fan of Google and all the things they are offering. They know what to do and how to do it best. They never run out of bright ideas! Anyway, the idea of making money through hosting a website and blogging is exciting yet challenging. Having an AdSense on your website is one of the goals of the host, at least the majority of them. Also, one important thing that we shouldn't forget about is the SEO strategy. If your SEO scheme is failing, then your AdSense will most likely fail too. If your SEO is poor, how will your AdSense work and make money if no one is visiting your website to click on the ads? Doing SEO requires time, work and significant planning to make sure your web will get higher traffic, hence your AdSense will be more profitable. Great post, by the way! Darryl Tay


09/25/2013 01:44 pm

Well so far, their recommendations have backfired BIG time. Not only are they not working, they have seriously reduced my earnings

blog comments powered by Disqus