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Adsense in 2006

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by Nasruddin, Dec 31, 2005.

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    What Adsense will improve in 2006
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    Nasruddin, Dec 31, 2005 IP
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  2. Makin_Coin

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    Hopefully they will remove the content filters so you can get full price again :D
     
    Makin_Coin, Dec 31, 2005 IP
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    Hopefully they will increase the % they give to publishers. Unlikely though :)
     
    n0other, Dec 31, 2005 IP
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    Yahoo Publisher Network and MSN Adcenter will push the already fast moving Adsense/Adwords. I hope Y and M give G a good push!
     
    tbarr60, Dec 31, 2005 IP
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    I agree with this because if Y and M push harder google will then make adsense better to keep everyone from leaving i can guess new ad formats and higher payouts of some sorts but i could be wrong.
     
    raven2424, Jan 1, 2006 IP
  6. amitpatel_3001

    amitpatel_3001 Results Follow Patience

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    Is anything Left to Improve :confused:

    BTW iam only waiting for analytics to start again. :)
     
    amitpatel_3001, Jan 1, 2006 IP
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    Hi

    I would hope they improve the 'contextual' part of the ads. I have a scuba diving site and every time I report a fatality I end up with car ads and insurance, rather than scubadiving ads. It is very poor I think, as the keywords 'scuba diving' are all over the site.

    Andy
     
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    andy, try using section targeting to tell g to ignore the reports on fatalities. maybe that works. :)
     
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    2006 will surely bring a strong competitor for AdSense - YPN will go public. I cannot figure out what techincal changes G may adopt, perhaps they will increase the level of customization a bit and maybe better tracking. But the most important change I expect and probably will happen is the revenue sharing percentage between G and publishers.

    Happy New Year!
    May 2006 be the best earning year ever since you are an AS publisher :)
     
    Evoleto, Jan 1, 2006 IP
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    In the short time I have been involved with AdSense I would say the improvements required are:

    1) More money - every one wants more morey!
    2) Less fear (of being booted out) - there are a lot of worried users, maybe not justified though
     
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  11. devin

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    well, google needs to protect its interests and the advertisers interests. i think it's ok, although a bit of hassle. i'd go for more money tho :D
     
    devin, Jan 1, 2006 IP
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    I think Adsence needs to pay more per click in 2006. YPN pays 20 times more per click ;) Yahoo Publisher Network and MSN Adcenter should make google give up some more money to the publishers or they will jump ship.
     
    Trippen, Jan 1, 2006 IP