Google Releases New AdSense Webinar Schedule

Oct 12, 2009 - 7:36 am 0 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

Those of you who missed the first round of the AdSense Webinars are now in luck. Google recently posted the new AdSense Webinar Schedule and AdSensePro Ashley told us about it at the Google AdSense Help.

Here is the new schedule and you can sign up over here.

  • AdSense Optimisation - Everything you need to know on October 14th, 5pm GMT or December 2nd, 5pm GMT.
  • Teaching our teachers: AdSense on your Education site on October 22nd, 5.00pm GMT
  • AdSense for Search: Improve the user experience and generate revenue on October 28th, 5pm GMT or December 9th, 5pm GMT
  • Using Analytics to optimise your AdSense performance on November 4th, 5.00pm GMT or December 16th, 5.00pm GMT
  • Why AdSense is right for Retail on November 11th, 5pm GMT
  • Maximise your AdSense revenue on your Home and Garden site on November 18th, 5.00pm GMT
  • Improving AdSense performance using Google Ad Manager on November 24th, 2pm GMT
  • Optimising AdSense on your Business and Finance site on November 25th, 5.00pm GMT

Forum discussion at Google AdSense Help.

 

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