Last year 2010 Google Adsense introduce the new improve Google Adsense interface which includes lots of data, statistics and information to help publishers make money. I hope that this year 2011 Google Adsense will continue to support and help publishers to increase earnings. The first post from Google Inside Adsense Blog title “Fresh year, fresh start” brief us the basic points that we should continue focus to manage our Adsense earning. Publishers should continue to improve and experimenting new ideas to maximize earnings. But still there are things that we shouldn’t neglect. Below are 10 resolutions provided by Google Adsense for a start in the beginning of year 2011.
- Use the new AdSense interface to get more insight, control, and efficiency with your account.
- Enable text and image ads so all available advertisers can bid to appear on your site.
- Use wider ad units which are more reader-friendly and used by more advertisers
- Place ads above the fold and maximize your coverage with three standard AdSense for content ad units, three link units, and two AdSense for search boxes on each page of your site.
- Use channels to measure the outcome of any tests you run by grouping and tracking ad units as you choose.
- Turn those channels into ad placements so advertisers can pick specific groups of ad units on your site that they want to target.
- Go through the AdSense checklist to learn about new AdSense features and brush up on your program knowledge.
- Follow us on Twitter to get quick updates on the latest features, AdSense tips, and Google highlights.
- Join the conversation in the Help Forum to connect with other publishers and get your questions answered.
- Bookmark our troubleshooter so you can quickly diagnose and fix the issue should ads stop showing on your site.
It is good that Google Adsense is providing lots of help to increase publishers’ earning. In my opinion I just need Google Adsense to focus on two points. First is to simplify all the process so that publishers can concentrate on creating content. Instead of giving lots of options, choices and controllable adjustments for publishers to let them work on it, Google Adsense should just make the decision which is best for publishers. I’m sure publishers will be happy on any decisions made by Google Adsense as long as it’s making money. Second is to help publishers make more money without having to increase their work load. Honestly, I think the best solution is that publishers can be able to focus on creating good quality content and Google Adsense can concentrate on increasing publishers’ income. Once publishers don’t have to worry about Google Adsense income, less distraction on money issue can be helpful on increasing the quality of the content.