Google AdSense Testing Extremely Wide Arrows

Feb 19, 2014 • 8:05 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

adsenseGoogle recently changed the format for the arrows on AdSense ads to be a thin arrow on a block background color. Google is constantly messing with the AdSense design in order to keep click-through-rates higher on those ads.

The next test being reported is extremely wide arrows on AdSense units. I am personally not able to replicate it but there is a discussion going on in WebmasterWorld with two different Google publishers noticing it. One posted a screen shot of the ad, but blurred it out, so it is a bit hard to make out.

Here is that screen shot:

Google AdSense Testing Extremely Wide Arrows

It is unclear if this is a test, bug or the real deal.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

ujin

02/19/2014 04:39 pm

Here's a screenshot.

Juggernart

02/19/2014 07:46 pm

are they nuts?

barbua

02/19/2014 09:49 pm

spamming with ads. They need to make big "download" button on their ads for maximum clicks. They continues to follow best MFA sites practice, everything for bigger money, kill all competitors for extra cents.

prakash prakash

02/27/2014 05:02 am

I try to subscribe google adsense but i not got approval kindly give any related your articles link?

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