If you still remember, last December Google has introduced Adsense for domain that primarily targeting undeveloped domain to be monetized with Google Adsense. At that time, it is only open for US’s Adsense publishers.
But since yesterday, Adsense for Domain is opening its door to all Adsense publishers. You can check if you have it from ‘Adsense Setup’ tab.
So what you are waiting for? Go get your Adsense code for you undeveloped domains!
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Soon, mobile network operators and mobile website owners are going to get another new potential money maker for them.
After Adsense for mobile launched lasy year, AdSense for mobile search unveiled by Google to further conquer the ever-growing mobile websites. Just like Adsense for search on normal websites, publishers are required to embed the Google search box on their websites to get started.
The search results are tailored for mobile website to provide maximum mobile browsing experience. Beside that, partners can customize how the sites looks like with their logo on the header and the link back to their site at the footer (such as on the screen shot).
This program still in beta stage and interested users are required to fill in this form to join in.
There is almost no limitation of creativity when it come to opportunity to generate money online, especially if they’re ‘BIGGER’ than anybody else.
At the end of 3rd quarter of 2008, there are 174 millions domains on the net. Of this number, 11.5 millions new domains registered for that quarter alone. Not all domains registered for setting up website purpose, big chunk of it kept for investment purpose or hold it just for future planning.
Good news to those that have lots of undeveloped domains, Google is now allowing such domains to display Adsense ads. So instead of 404 page or page not found message, there will be Adsense ads over there.
To check whether AdSense for domains has been enabled for your account, log in and visit your AdSense Setup tab.
But typical Google is, this is only rolled out to English-language publisher in North America at the moment. For publisher across other regions, you have to wait a little bit longer.
Beginning last week of August, Google will be retiring the AdSense Referrals program. If you are still running those ads on your website, you should start removing/replacing the ads code and download the report to your desktop.
By that time, the code will no longer work and leave a blank space in your website. Google is suggesting these alternatives, but the 2nd point makes more sense for current Adsense publisher.
- Google Adsense for content ad – This is the common Adsense ads. Do NOT put more ads, If you have reached the maximum numbers of ads allowed (3 ads per page).
- Google Referral Networks – This is the new ads network from Google and the obvious reason why Google is retiring Adsense Referral ads.
Google has acquired the DoubleClick Performics Affiliate operations in March 2008. Together, they’re creating new opportunities for monetization, expansion, and innovation in affiliate marketing.
Performics was founded as the first full-service affiliate network in 1998 and was acquired by DoubleClick in 2004. Today, Performics Affiliate operates as Google Affiliate Network and remains committed to delivering affiliate channel growth for advertisers and publishers.
Personally, Google’s decision is not really impacting me, since I only earn a few bucks ever since I put up their referral code. It’s there since I can’t put more Adsense’s content ads on the page.
I’m gonna register and play around with Google Affiliate Network to see what it is offering. The reminder shows up on the Adsense Setup page as well, to remind your for the same thing.