Friday, June 24, 2016

How to Use The New Google Adsense Full Page Level Ads | increase money 2016

1- Go to
My ads ...  PAGE_LEVEL ADS Beta ... Turn on the ad formats that you’d like to use ...  Get Code Copy then Pest in the head tag (or at the top of the body) of the pages where you want to show the ads.

2- Go to test your websit

This video quickly teaches you how to use the new next generation Google Adsense Full Page Level ads on your blogger And Wordpress website.
These two new ad types are called: "Anchor Ads (Overlay Ads)" and "Vignette Ads". The cover the full screen of mobile devices and are completely responsive as well as asynchronous.
Anchor/Overlay Ads: "Mobile ads that stick to the edge of the user’s screen and are easily dismissible." - Google
Vignette Ads: "Mobile full-screen ads that appear between page loads on your site and can be easily dismissed by your users." - Google
These new page-level ads can be displayed on your Wordpress, Blog or other type of site to your Mobile visitors.
Full Page ads do not count towards your total ad limit per page, so you can use them with no worries!
Adsense Mobile Ads are a great addition I think. What do you think?
You can test them out on any page where the code exists by tagging on "#googleads" to the end of your url from a mobile device or within chrome dev tools set to mobile device view.
For extra information on these new ads you can read the code implementation guide:

Thursday, June 23, 2016

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Google Domains launches a widget to boost adoption through third-party integrations

Google today announced the availability of a new widget with which people will be able to use the Google Domains service to find and buy a domain name while they’re using non-Google services, like Square and Big Cartel, to build websites.The widget provides you with more than “200 domain name endings and Whois privacy at no additional cost, plus the safety, security, and support of Google,” as Google said in a blog post on the news.
This is a big move forward for Google Domains, which competes with publicly traded GoDaddy, which has a reseller program. Now the Google service will become more pervasive on the web, rather than being just another standalone Google service.Google started testing out Google Domains in 2014 and made the serviceavailable from the funky URL earlier this year.
In addition to Square and Big Cartel, the new widget is now deployed on Duda, Selz, and Webflow. Other companies can sign up for the integration here.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Google and Udacity recently launch an Android Basics course for novice coders

Online education company Udacity has partnered with Google to introduce a new course covering the basics of Android programming.

The aptly titled Android Basics Nanodegree is aimed at those with little or no programming experience and provides entry points into Java, web APIs, using a SQLite database, and more. But beyond that, it will also cover how to develop an idea for an app into something more substantial, along the lines of an actual app. The Android Basics Nanodegree will cost $199 per month and features courses built by “Google experts” who also offer mentorship and coaching.

Founded in 2011, Udacity is one of a number of companies offering massive open online courses (MOOCs) — courses open to an unlimited number of people on the web. It’s big business, too, which is why Udacity alone has managed to raise more than $160 million in VC funding to date, including a chunky $105 million round it closed seven months back.

Udacity is no stranger to partnering with tech companies. It has offered courses in conjunction with Google for a number of years already, covering the likes of Android fundamentals, cloud fundamentals, UX fundamentals, and web performance. The duo also teamed up to offer a tech entrepreneur nanodegree last year, which was swiftly followed by a new deep learning course. Elsewhere, the likes of GitHub and Flipkart have also turned to the online learning platform to offer courses.

By way of encouraging early sign-ups for the new Android Basics Nanodegree, Google is also promising to give the first 50 graduates scholarships to enroll in the more advanced Android Developer Nanodegree program.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Google launches AdSense Labs, first options are showing fewer ads and adding mobile inline ads

Google today announced the launch of AdSense Labs, a new part of AdSense where users can explore experimental features for the website advertising system.
Google has populated the new section of AdSense, which is under the Optimization tab, with two features to start — although in some cases certain experiments may not show up, depending on the nature of the website it’s working with.
The first one is interesting — you’ll be able to actually tell AdSense to display fewer advertisements on your site.
“Show fewer ads cuts down the number of ads that are shown to your users in exchange for a negligible drop in your revenue,” Google software engineer Emma Burrows wrote in a blog post. “It aims to remove at least 10 percent of the ads served on your site (1 percent or less of your revenue), by preventing low value ads from being shown to your users.”
The other experiment automatically drops 320×100 ad units into mobile websites.
“With this new ad format you’ll no longer need to write the logic to dynamically insert ad units on your page, we’ll handle all that for you,” Burrows wrote.
There are alternatives to AdSense, but the scale of advertising behemoth Google is worth considering, and Google has plenty of experience testing and tweaking experimental features. Gmail and Google Maps have both had their own Labs sections. Even Google itself once had Labs. So for marketers this is probably a program worth keeping an eye on.

Sunday, June 19, 2016

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Thursday, June 2, 2016

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