AdSense's Advertise on This Site Business Logic Flaw?

Dec 2, 2005 - 8:35 am 1 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

So AdSense launched Advertise Here feature, that enables the quick ability for AdWords customers to put site targeted ads on your site. Over at Cre8asite Forums, Donna reports that Adsense new feature of advertising on own site has a flaw?

She says that;

Each Adsense account can have only one (1) landing page, no matter how many sites that account includes. This landing page can include a logo (although I suppose it doesn't have to) and a background color. So, a publisher has to only have one site utilizing this feature, or the publisher forgoes the logo and color choice.

I am not 100% sure if that is true. It may be on the domain name basis, but I am not sure how that can work with the current set up. Also EGOL suggests;

Think about this... make one landing page for a family of sites. The logo might have your URLs artistically displayed (if they are short ones) and the landing page would have a paragraph about each site. If someone visits your landing page to advertise on site A, that person might also be interested in advertising on site B. More ad money for you.

Forum discussion at Cre8asite Forums.

 

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