Google AdSense Supports Image Based Ads

May 12, 2004 - 6:05 pm 1 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

"Google is introducing an exciting new feature to its advertising program. Now you can use the power of images to drive clickthrough from your web visitors. Image ads allow AdWords advertisers to place graphical ads - in addition to text ads - and uses existing AdWords technology to target images based on keywords and phrases. Google uses AdSense contextual advertising technology to match the image ads to the content of your web pages."

As long as this is an option, then why not!

What happened with Google being the text god?

Thank you Doug from Aderit Internet Marketing Consulting for the tip.

 

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