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Google Updates AdSense Policies

June 7, 2007 by  

Google has updated the AdSense program policies today. The two major changes are:

1. AdSense publishers are required to comply with their Page Quality Guidelines. If you’re an AdWords advertiser, you might already be familiar with these guidelines. As a publisher, it will help you create sites with simple navigation and substantial, useful content.

2. Secondly, you can now place up to three link units on a single page. Previously publishers were limited to only one link unit per page.

Do you know that placing link units can potentially increase your AdSense income? Well it does at least on my websites.

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Comment by green
2007-06-08 15:03:32

I have heard about three link units issue at John’s blog firstly. It is a good opportunity for publishers now.

 
Comment by Ed Kohler
2007-06-10 00:17:38

I’m a big fan of link units since they’re fairly unobtrusive compared to other ad formats. The revenue per pixel is quite high.

 
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