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Discussion in 'AdSense' started by Zinho, Nov 19, 2005.

  1. #1
    Today I logged into my adsense account and I've read about this good news.
    I think Google is moving towards a closer relationship between publisher and advertiser. I think this is the road for them to replace all the in-house advertisement solutions...
    what do you think?
    SEMrush
     
    Zinho, Nov 19, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
  2. INV

    INV Peon

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    #2
    Yeah, they been testing this for a little while. I actually saw a link on a huge website like that although I automatically assumed it was because they were premium. Excellent move by Google. They should of done this a while back.
     
    INV, Nov 19, 2005 IP
  3. t10host

    t10host Well-Known Member

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    #3
    really that's great
     
    t10host, Nov 19, 2005 IP
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    #4
    now i am wondering if my adbrite ads which features the same might be against the new policy of adsense
     
    kawebspy, Nov 19, 2005 IP
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    digitalpoint Overlord of no one Staff

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    #5
    Would be nice if they paid $100 if it resulted in a new advertiser signing up for AdWords (like they AdSense referral program).
     
    digitalpoint, Nov 19, 2005 IP
  6. Crusader

    Crusader Peon

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    #6
    This might be something in the works. Perhaps they are testing the sytem to see how it works and later they will start paying referral fees for it. Who knows?
     
    Crusader, Nov 19, 2005 IP
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    falco85 Peon

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    #7
    i don't see the point to make other people subscribe to adsense.

    i would preferrably let people advertise adwords instead!
     
    falco85, Nov 19, 2005 IP
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    akamai Peon

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    #8
    It would rock if it sorta worked like BlogAds. :eek:
     
    akamai, Nov 19, 2005 IP
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    #9
    Its a good idea, for most people. But i'm sure some sites won't want this
     
    frenchmen77, Nov 19, 2005 IP
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    #10
    Before you waste time trying to customize the page for a site, note that the same custimization applies to all sites for which you have addsense.
     
    macdesign, Nov 19, 2005 IP
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    #11
    This is surely a good news for those large and well targeted websites.
     
    tangsem, Nov 20, 2005 IP
  12. Liminal

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    #12
    How different will this be from already existent Site Targeting and CPM ads? Obviously, Google will end up getting new adwords sign-ups but what does this all mean for us, publishers?
     
    Liminal, Nov 20, 2005 IP
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    #13
    Is Onsite Advertiser Sign-up something new? Just notice it in my adsense account just now. It doesn't seems to have referral fees, so it's worth using it?
     
    webstop, Nov 22, 2005 IP
  14. Zinho

    Zinho Peon

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    #14
    It is worth cause interested advertisers can signup with adwords and advertise on your website. This means more income for you. I also think that a potential advertiser is much more incentivated into advertising through adwords bcause of the well-estabilished and recognized brand.

    Does anyone know if it is possible to create a custom link instead of having it under an ad block?
     
    Zinho, Nov 22, 2005 IP
  15. michael_angeloh

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    #15
    Is this the AdSense Program you're all referring to and if so does it not mean we'll have to change the code to every site hooked up to our AdSense account..?

    Also... how many advertisers will be willing todo this..?
    [Advertisers who sign up through this page will be guided to create an ad targeted specifically to your site, and only your site.]

    ------------------- [excerpted] -------------------
    What is Onsite Advertiser Sign-up?
    Onsite Advertiser Sign-up is an extension of Google site targeting that makes it easier for advertisers to bid on your site.

    When you use Onsite Advertiser Sign-up, your ad units will display an 'Advertise on this site' link that takes advertisers to an informational landing page with details about your site and the Google AdWords advertising program. Advertisers who sign up through this page will be guided to create an ad targeted specifically to your site, and only your site. When more advertisers create and target ads to your site, you'll benefit from the competition as it drives your potential earnings up.
    -------------------
     
    michael_angeloh, Nov 22, 2005 IP
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    #16
    Okay those Google people are just getting lazyier and lazyier. In the next week people will be able to apply to advertise on your website by clicking a link on your Adsense adverts.

    If it was not the bare faced cheek of introducing sitemaps (Which I actually like) now we are going to see some fun with competitors directly out pricing each other on adverts on each others sites. That what I think will happen anyhow.

    So if you use Adsense, sign in and edit your sign up page. you can add your own image and change the sign up text. Quite a cool option really?
     
    duenna, Nov 22, 2005 IP
  17. Jarodboy

    Jarodboy Prominent Member

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    #17
    Google made a mistake in portuguese languange...
    It shows Anucie neste site, quando devia aparecer AnuNcie neste site! :D
     
    Jarodboy, Nov 23, 2005 IP
  18. Crusader

    Crusader Peon

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    #18
    Yes, this is the AdSense program. You don't need to change any of the code on your websites, it's automatically added to the ads being displayed.

    As for how many advertisers will be doing this, it's quite difficult to tell. If your site is of good quality, and has a solid following and is targeted to a topic, I think it is very likely that an advertiser might use it for your site.

    Possible scenario:
    A person that sells computers online does a search in Google for a specific review of a component. Your site comes out tops. He visits it, likes the site and wants to advertise. So he clicks the "Advertise on this site" link in your Google ads, and seeing that it's Google he is more likely to advertise and trust them with payment. He bids for placement on your site, and you might see increased revenue.
     
    Crusader, Nov 23, 2005 IP
  19. Zinho

    Zinho Peon

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    #19
    I think this program will only benefit niche sites or big portals.
     
    Zinho, Nov 26, 2005 IP
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    It will definitely benefit niche sites. If you have very targeted traffic coming to your site, advertisers are far more likely to want to advetise there.
     
    Crusader, Nov 26, 2005 IP