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I logged into my adsense and it says google now is certified with other ad companies and you can get more ads. I was reading about it, but how do I set it up so I can get those 3rd party and other advertising companies to be setup? I went back to the main page and I could not find where it said about this.
This seems like a great opportunity to increase revenue(according to adsense anyway)
Hi David 470
I am also puzzled about it! I read it but I am still wondering the proccess to get one start up.
Hope to get feedbacks from this topic
And David, thanks for creating this topic. I was just about to do so when I saw your post!
Yeah, I would definitely like to incorporate this. Why not use the full potential it will help us in the long run and short run.
Hopefully someone on here knows how. As far as I know you have to set something up for this to happen, i don't believe it just automatically changes.
I am pretty sure you are automatically included in this program, but you can opt out if you want.
I do not believe this will increase the number of ads on our hubs. I think it just means our hub ad placements are open to more advertisers.
I might be wrong
It means more competiton from advertisers, not more as spots on your website.
There is a new capsule of Microsoft ads under the profile pic on each hub that is automatically shown. I dont think you need to change any settings on adsense unless you want to block them.
More advertisers = more chances of a higher value bid being placed for an advertisement on your website.
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