Adsense Content Filtering, How to Filter Adsense Article Adverts
How To Maximise Adsense
Now making money with adsense isn't as easy as it first appears. You sign up for an account. You see adsense google ads and you think that it won't be long before you earn with google too. It isn't as easy as that, is it?
There's adsense information everywhere but you feel overwhelmed by it all. So you login and attempt to manage your google adsense account.
Other users seem to manage, why can't you?
This article is an attempt to teach you how to use and manage the adsense filtering system to get rid of those unwanted adverts.
Okay it is just one piece of information amongst a load, but it is a start!
I want to make this article user friendly and teach you how to manage the adsense filtering system confidently.
To Earn From Google Adsense Requires Skill
Users have to manage adsense adverts by filtering them
Filtering adverts is one of the many tasks that are essential to successful click through rates. Clicks come from your readership. At the end of the day, it is Adsense advertisements that pay for your articles to be there in the first place. It is all very good providing quality information or wonderful stories, but an income stream has to come from somewhere even if it is just to pay for the electricity used to help create it.
Here you are and you notice a gleaming pair of teeth on an
article about Istanbul or ‘Indian Dating – Find the perfect match for you!’ on
a hub about rocket science. It is a
complete waste of space, not only for you but the advertiser too… surely?! Users have to manage these and filter them out of their articles.
Users Manage To Filter via Adsense Set Up Tab
Log into your Google Adsense account. You can do this via your Hubpages ‘My Account’. Under ‘Affiliate Settings’ and ‘Check Your Google Earnings’
After you have logged into your account, look under the ‘Adsense Set up’ tab you will see ‘Competitive Ad Filter’. Click on this. Scroll down under ‘Adsense For Content Filters’ – there you will see a blank box.
Competitive Ad Filter Screen Shot
Be Aware.. Click Fraud! Adsense will Close Your Account even if you accidently click on an Ad!
Now, go back to article window containing the offending Adsense ad. Right click and highlight the address bar of the ad and copy the link. This is tricky because part of the terms of service, or TOS, in your Adsense contract states that you mustn’t click on the adverts fraudulently – even by mistake could be considered fraudulent, so be careful here. Any suggestion of click fraud and Adsense will close your account without explanation!
Return to your Google Adsense page and paste the address into the box. Save the changes and you are done!
Some Great Google Adsense Products Here!
Quick Reference Instructions For Users To Manage Ad Filters
- Log into your Google Adsense account.
- Go to Adsense Set up Tab.
- Look for ‘Competitive Ad Filter’. Click on this.
- Scroll Down for ‘Adsense For Content Filters’ – blank box.
- Go to your article; highlight Adsense ad address and copy.
- Paste the address into Google Adsense box under ‘Adsense For Content Filters’.
- Save and you are done!
Want Clarification? Watch the Below Video on the Adsense Content Filter
Now the following video has an example of how it is done in a visual context. I hope that this will help to clarify the procedure. The example is to demonstrate the procedure and not for political or religious interest. I chose this because it is easy to understand. I would like to thank Karimabaz of the Muslim Blogger for making this available.
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How To Filter Google Adsense Adverts From Your Website
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