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New Google Ad Placements « John Chow dot Com

Posted By Darren Rowse 22nd of November 2006 Adsense 0 Comments

John Chow has posted details of a new AdSense beta which allows publishers to highlight certain ad units to advertisers and tell them what position the ads are in. John writes:

“To use Google Ad Placement, you create and implement a custom channel just as you would before – tracking the performance of your sports pages or your skyscraper ad units, for example. Only now, you can choose to make that custom channel visible to advertisers as an Ad Placement. When advertisers search for sites on which to place their ads, they’ll see the ad placement you’ve created – with your site’s name and description – and can decide to target their ads to your Ad Placement.”

It looks like an extension of Targetable Custom Channels added a week or two back.

Here’s a screen shot of the new control panel in John’s AdSense back end.


Read John’s post at New Google Ad Placements

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
  1. Why have u removed my Post Darren have I made anything wrong, is it because I ahve written in german language?

  2. I don’t think I did Stefan – we have changed servers over night and for an hour or so some comments didn’t survive – I’m sorry if one of them was yours.

  3. Oh aha two days ago I posted something about my aStore which I have integrated into my WordPress Blog have written a lot of phrases and then I got a DB error on your side, now i have posted it on an article from August this year dunno if you have read it?

    The post from yesterday night was for to thank you for your information about AdPlacement testing of John Chow, I have posted it in German and in Eglish. Puh also at Johns Blog but there my post was refused.

    Now I will say thanks again. And I will have a deep look into your affiliate series, because of an idea with aStore which I have.

    Another question of mine is does your trackback work?

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