Best Practices while Monetizing with AdSense

Building a multi-screen compatible site is a key step to growing your audience and revenue in the long term. In this blog, I'm going to show you some AdSense monetization tips covering Responsive ad units, Mobile ad sizes, Ad placement and an additional resource the Page speed Insights tool that will help you enhance your sites user experience on a smartphone.

Now let's dive in. First, let's talk about Responsive ad units:

If you make your blog/website with responsive web design, Responsive ad units will make the most of it by automatic fitting into the screen sizes. If you build a separate mobile site, then there are multiple ad sizes at your disposal that you can use your digital content. Using an Adsense Responsive ad unit will allow your site to show the most appropriate ad size according to your user's device and will help you maximize your revenue potential.

For that, create a Responsive ad unit by visiting the 'my ads' tab in your Google AdSense account, just as you would a regular ad unit. When you create an ad unit make sure 'responsive' is selected. It's already the preferred option and AdSense. Click 'Save' to get the code. After that, copy the code then paste it into the HTML source code of your page where you like the ad to appear. Keep in mind it will dynamically inherit the size of your parent container.

If the ad isn't doing what you needed to do, you can modify the code to specify either a general shape like a horizontal, vertical and a rectangle; that your ad unit should conform to or an exact size for your ad unit via CSS. The Google AdSense team do not recommend using these advanced features unless you're confident about modifying your ad code. So be aware of that before you go crazy.

Now let's see the Mobile ad sizes & Ad Placement:

AdSense Monetizing platform offers you varied sizes for text and image ads. For mobile ad sizes Adsense advocate an outsized mobile banner that is 320*100 and a medium parallelogram that is 300*250. to produce a higher user expertise and drive ads revenue impact AdSense advocate you to start out trade your ad placements for multi-screen.

For example, you'll be able to use a 320*100 ad unit simply on top of the fold of the primary page and to 300*250 ads integrated with the content.You want your ads to be seen by your users without harming their experience or violating AdSense Policies.

So keep in mind the following, you can only place one ad per screen and 300*250 ad should only appear below the fold, meaning the user has to scroll the page.

Page Speed Insights Tools:

With the help of Google Page Speed In Sights tool, you can analyze the content of your pages and give you targeted suggestions to improve the performance of your site for mobile and desktop users. You'll get greater details on speed optimization, configuring in size and content to the view port using legible font sizes, sighs tapping targets appropriately and how to avoid plugins.

You're now on your way to being multi-screen compatible. Follow the best practices to become success. If you find useful, please kindly share this article with your friends. And comment below, if you have any suggestions or queries.
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