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- Live Hangout on Air: Learn how to get started with AdSense
Join us for an upcoming live stream titled: “Grow your business with ads on your site”. In this 30 minute live Hangout on Air, you’ll learn how to earn money from your online content. Register now and join us, live on May 30th, at 11:00 a.m. GMT.
When you register, you’ll also receive updates and training materials designed to help you get started with AdSense and earn money from your online content.
If you can’t attend the live event and you’re interested, be sure to register and we’ll share the link to the recording after.
If you have any questions you’d like to ask please submit them on the HOA event page
or during the event and we’ll try to answer them live.
See you online.
From the Google AdSense team
- More personalized recommendations with automatic experiments
Today we’ve launched automatic experiments*, the latest addition to our suite of optimization tools.
Enabling this feature allows us to run automatic experiments on a small portion of your traffic and provide you with insightful data about which ads perform best on your site. This could help you optimize your ads and potentially increase your long-term revenue and user engagement on your site**.
To enable automatic experiments on your site, visit the "Experiments" page on your Optimization tab, and switch on "automatic experiments".
The opportunities generated from these experiments will appear in the “Opportunities” page on your Optimization tab. They'll be labelled "verified by experiment,” so you’ll know they’re backed by data and tailored to your site and users.
We'd love to hear your feedback in the comments below!
Posted by Chris Gamble, Software Engineer
*Automatic experiments will appear in your account if you have enough eligible traffic.
**These suggestions are designed to help you optimize your pages and are not meant to guarantee any specific results. And, just as a reminder, you are responsible for the content and layout of your site.
- [VIDEO] Get paid. Learn about AdSense payments
A picture is worth a thousand words, even in the digital age. Today, we're excited to announce the first of a series of videos addressing some of our most frequently asked questions:When Will I Get Paid?
Watch it to learn more about how to get paid, and let us know what you think. #AdSense101
Stay tuned for other #AdSense101 videos throughout the year. Is there something else you’d like to learn more about? Let us know in the comments below.
Posted by Barbara Sarti
Google AdSense Team
- Block wisely with Impression charts in the Ad review center
Today we’ve launched impression charts in the Ad review center. Impression charts provide you with insights into the frequency at which individual ad creatives are shown on your site.
Based on feedback from our publishers, we’ve replaced the previous interface with an impression chart that shows the absolute number of impressions and its distribution over time. When you’re considering blocking an ad, the impression chart can help you make a more informed decision by highlighting the potential revenue impact it may have.
We'd love to hear your feedback in the comments section below and on G+
Posted by Liyuan Lu
- [eBook] Learn how to increase audience engagement
Did you know that roughly 61% of users abandon a site if they don't find what they’re looking for right away?1
As hard as you work to get visitors to your site, you have to work even harder to keep them there.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a clever hack to keeping your users engaged. However, if you understand the intent of your users and provide unique content that’s relevant to their interests, you’ll be on your way to increasing engagement on your site.
Download our guide to audience engagement to learn more about best practices and tips to drive better results for both your users and business. Get your free copy today.
We’d love to hear your feedback on how this guide, connect with us on Google+
Posted by Jay Castro
from the AdSense team1) Think with Google, What users want from mobile sites