Google's new Gift for getting High Adsense Earnings. But, it can be implemented only in Our Own sites or Blogs
This helps in creating our own Ad slots and Targeting the Placements and also specifying the Cost Per Click for which we sell our Ad Space.
Ad Manager is Great. What do you all think about it.
It can be done by Hub Pages Admins,where they can target their Ad Slots to Advertisers.
Another benefit is that Adsense Ads can even be Opened in New Pages,when we use the codes from Ad Manager. (There is an option to select "Blank" or "Top")
This sure is a major improvement made my Google . Lets hope we get more and more
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