The new Google interest based advertising pretty much tracks what people search for and place ads relevant to those search terms, not what we have on our pages as far as I know. Wouldn't that mean that a new strategy for making money online will be just go for traffic not a high CPC as this will be decided depending on what they search for most often? I may be kind of confused about what its changing to or if the change is already made and I didn't even notice it but sounds like a solid change that will help us make more!
You're probably right to an extent, but interest based advertising runs alongside the contextual way its always done, and my experience is that there's more contextual than interest based, at least at the moment. So personally I'm just carrying on as if it never happened.
Right, thanks for the input. I will be continuing the same as well. The system aint broke so I aint gonna fix it yet Still was a little interested in how that worked That makes sense though to do like a partial contextual and some based off of what they searched for and see what yields results I guess that could go both ways on increasing CTR...
by Fiction Teller7 years ago
Interest-based advertising (https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … wer=113771) on AdSense began launching this spring and is still relatively new. After trying it a bit and weighing the pros and cons, I...
by makemoneyonline8 years ago
After Microsoft announced the intends to buy Yahoo do you think Yahoo PN will take off ?
by Susana S5 years ago
I was just looking at my adsense account info and saw something that never caught my eye before. It says I can choose between"show ads based on user interest and demographic categories"or "don't show ads...
by shinujohn20087 years ago
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