To help increase revenue, Google In-article ad units automatically expand to use the full width of the user’s screen when their device is orientated vertically. In-article ads use high-quality advertiser ad elements so they look great and provide a better user experience for your readers.
To participate in the Google AdSense Program, you need to meet Google eligibility requirements. Here are some things to check before you sign up for an AdSense account…
Powered especially by the rise in smartphone adoption, constant connectivity has created many more opportunities for publishers to connect with their users. With a multi-screen centric approach, these opportunities can lead to a larger audience and, ultimately, to higher revenue in the long term.
In-article ads are responsive ads which means that they automatically adjust their size for the device that they’re being viewed on. On mobile devices in portrait mode, In-article ads expand to use the full-width of the user’s screen. The minimum width for an In-article ad is 250 px. The height of an In-article ad is automatically adjusted by AdSense.
If you can’t sign in, Google recommends that you try these tips for account recovery. If you still can’t recover your account, you can create a new Google Account.
Provided you don’t place more Google ads Adsense than content on your pages, you can put any combination of Adsense ad units, link units and/or search boxes on each page of your site.
Your Adsense account will remain accessible if you decide to use Google ads AdSense again in the future.
Clicks on Google ads must result from genuine user interest. Any method that artificially generates clicks or impressions on your Google ads is strictly prohibited. These prohibited methods include, but are not limited to, repeated manual clicks or impressions, automated click and impression generating tools and the use of robots or deceptive software. Please note that clicking your own ads for any reason is prohibited.
Whether you’re new to AdSense or looking for a refresher, this guide will help you through the steps to implement ad code on your site. Before adding the ad code to your page, please make sure that your page complies with the AdSense programme policies. Once you’ve placed your ad code, Google recommends that you check your ads to make sure that they’re working correctly.
If you’re ready to get started with AdSense, you can submit an application to Google ad Adsense. Google will review your application and get back to you by email within about a week.
How to paste AdSense code in WordPress? You can use any of these WordPress plugins to add Google Adsense ads code to your site/blog: Insert Headers and Footers plugin, Advanced Ads plugin, Ad Inserter plugin.
Here are the top tips from Google AdSense specialists who work with publishers of all sizes.
To complete the AdSense activation process you need to connect your site to AdSense. Here’s how you do this…
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Eligible publishers will find a contact form by clicking the “Contact us” button on any page of Google Help Center. Your email will be answered by one of Google support specialists within two business days (sometimes longer during holidays). Note that Google don’t offer phone support for AdSense.