Adsense Video Units feature update and the launch of Adsense interest-based advertising

Two things that I like to remind my readers in this post. First is the Adsense Video Units feature. Google Adsense release another post to further outline their continue support for video content owners. If you did not create any video that generates revenue, it basically does concern you. Still it is good to know and understand it as I’m sure this feature will be back when the time is right. So when is the right time? In my opinion when online video streaming starting to catch up or take over traditional television network, then we’ll see these kind of advertising coming in. Advertising is all about getting to the largest crowd and the right people.

The second thing that I like to remind is regarding Adsense interest-based advertising. Official launch of this program is on April 9th 2009. It is necessary to update your privacy policies by April 8th 2009, which is if you choose to display ads based on interest categories. According to Google Adsense, if we choose to display ads based on interest categories, it can help increase our earning potential in the long run. Basically what it says is that we need to place and update our privacy policies for higher earnings. Honestly I’m not too sure about this will bring us higher earnings, but it’s better to just follow and see how things turn out. It’s always about try and error. At the end, there are only 2 things that can bring us higher earnings and they are traffic and content. Just stick to this basic thoughts and I’m sure you’ll get good results.

P/S: I just created my privacy policies and stick it to my sites. Here’s a link to Google Adsense privacy policies generator for those that have difficulties writing one. I’m using this generator too to save myself the trouble of writing it myself.

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6 Responses to “Adsense Video Units feature update and the launch of Adsense interest-based advertising”

  1. Zombie Games says:

    It’s pretty interesting to see that Google removed this feature. It was really hyped when it first came out…

  2. Health Website Content For Sale says:

    Well, you know Google adsense has been losing clients for the pass couple of years, thanks to social networking sites, etc. Plus, google adsense don’t help their case when they keep banning peoples accoutns for no reason once they reach a certain amount.

  3. Kumo says:

    I think during this economic crisis, no doubt Google got a big knock too. I’m sure they are trying lots of steps to maintain their top rank.

  4. maxiVelasco says:

    hello. thank you so much for visiting my blog and for commenting. visiting you back here today!

    sad but i can’t have avail of adsense anymore.

    have a great day!

  5. Kumo says:

    Thanks for dropping by.
    Well, Adsense is not the only way to earn money online. I strongly believe that if your site has lots of traffic, then you’ll have the opportunity to earn money.

  6. Kumo says:

    The question is when. Better be prepared so that we can catch the first wave.