September 2, 2014

Maximizing your Google AdSense results with “Channels”

I hear from a lot of different bloggers who are part of the Google AdSense program about their results, and it’s surprising to me how many say that they’re dissatisfied. Some even tell me “I earned $18 last month, so I’ve decided to just remove all ads from my blog and drop out of the program”. It’s their decision, but I have to say that a little bit of effort put into customizing your AdSense ad blocks and learning about how to fine tune your use of the AdSense system can really pay big benefits in terms of you truly understanding what is and isn’t working on your site.

A great example of this is Google’s “Channels” with AdSense. By using these channels intelligently, you can quickly differentiate between ad block layouts on your pages, different areas of your site, and even different domains if you’re running AdSense on more than a single site. And y’know what? It’s pretty darn easy to do, as detailed here:

    Maximize your AdSense Income with AdSense Channels

It’s well worth reading if you’re an AdSense participant, and if you’re not, well, maybe the figures in my example report could motivate you to sign up? Yes, it’s quite possible to earn some supplemental income – or more – as a blogger…

2 comments for Maximizing your Google AdSense results with “Channels” »

  1. Dave – do you do channels by topic/content or placement in the template – or both?

    Comment by Andy Wibbels — February 9, 2006 @ 9:07 am


  2. Hey Andy. I do channels by placement in the template. I have another tool that I use for getting specific per-page details, and that’s something I’ll be writing about in a few days… stay tuned! :-)

    Comment by Dave Taylor — February 10, 2006 @ 11:57 pm


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