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Taking Advantage of Your Mobile Audience for Adsense

Updated on September 1, 2017
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It is wonderful to investigate, gain knowledge and know how before making major decisions in life. Knowledge is power.

Advertising via phone does differ from other forms of internet surfing.

The evolution of Adsense via a mobile device has embraced the mobile world.

The mobile device is a new frontier for obtaining more income for a site or blog invested in Google Ad Sense. Online income is the goal for countless bloggers and webmaster. Finding new and unique ways to make this happen is a continuous process. Any writer without a strategy or plan of action to see this take place in the near future is setting a precedent to see even a great company take a fall.

Why the plan is a logical one

The world has begun to see more mobile devices in the world than personal computers. In fact, telephones have superseded the laptop. This means the sure number of clients or customers which are reachable is enormous. The more exposure to products and services the better the percentages are to make a sale.

Google has developed AdSense technology to reach this particular audience and is willing to share the ins and outs with the average site owner. Roaming on the go is brilliant for gaining for face time each day with prospective clients taking apps on the go wherever internet access is available.

Uploading easily navigated platforms with differ from the standard laptop or desktop version is one avenue. The route shares the same material, but with a unique route to benefit clients and owners alike.

More than several companies have created platforms

There are a growing number of publishers partnering with Google to earn revenue via websites, blogs and now newfound mobile apps.The goal is to see clients enjoy all of these the same. One is no more than the other.

The same payment services, options and payment methods are designed specifically for each one.

Connecting with your mobile audience through contextual advertising can help you monetize your website or blog. AdSense for mobile is a program available in US, England, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Ireland, Russia, Netherlands, Australia, India, China and Japan.

AdSense for mobile is becoming so popular they account for a little more than 30% of overall conversions from Google.

Setting up your AdSense for Mobile

1) Select what type of device you would like to use for your Google AdSense for mobile. Help for choosing your device type

AdSense permits you to allow your ads only on iPhones or all high end devices. To get the most out of your AdSense its best to select all high end devices.

2) Choose your ad size

There are two ad sizes to select from, single or double. The double ad will only be placed on bottom of webpages on the mobile device. If you would prefer the ad at the top you must select single ad types. Some would like only image ads which don’t require a selection. Image ads are only shown as one ad by itself.

3) Markup language selection is required.

Would you like wml, xhtml or chtml? If you aren’t sure which one to use, read the Google AdSense blog for additional detailed information on what language you should select.

4) Select a character encoding

Although you can select a specific character encoding, Google recommends you choose “auto detect”

5) Choose the colors for your ad units

Most users will match the colors to their website or blog. This is a great way to get the reader to read your ads when they blend with your website or blog colors.

6) Define channels

Channels are the detailed tracking options that Google uses for analytics. These channels for mobile work the same as non-mobile content ads. Tracking the performance of your mobile ads is separate with your analytic information from your other ads.

7) Identify the scripting language

Pages that display the mobile ads must support PHP, CGI/Perl, JSP or ASP. Select the language your page supports

8) Copy and paste your mobile ad code

Paste the code for your ad inside of your webpage wherever you want your mobile ads to appear, save and publish. Ads should appear within 48 hours

Mobile ads are a wonderful way to increase your Google earnings. This is a brief overview of getting them set up and for your website or blog. More detailed information is provided on Google AdSense pages. Taking advantage of all of those mobile users and that 30 plus percent of revenue that could be in your pocket is a terrific step to get more from your online income.


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    • randomcreative profile image

      Rose Clearfield 

      6 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

      Awesome resource. Thank you!

    • smcopywrite profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from all over the web

      thanks trsmd. adsense will allow you to monetize your website with contextual ads your mobile users will see while they are viewing your blog on their phone. hope this helps.

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      6 years ago from India

      good writing..but ad will attract mobile users?

    • LindaSmith1 profile image


      6 years ago from USA

      Nice article even though I am not mobile.


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