EU Cookies – changes to requirements

Publishers who carry Google adverts will soon be required to comply with the EU cookie directive. The detailed requirements are here: http://bit.ly/1MwlIWa

Essentially this EU user consent policy means you must: Continue reading “EU Cookies – changes to requirements”

Why Ezoic is Not Your Ordinary AdSense Partner

 

In September 2014, Ezoic became the world’s first and only tech-based Google Adsense Certified Partner.  We are proud to be the first US-headquartered company to achieve this certification too!  Adsense Certified Partners are approved by Google to help website publishers maximize their site potential and increase Adsense earnings.  Most partners focus on increasing ad revenue; Ezoic goes a step further. Continue reading “Why Ezoic is Not Your Ordinary AdSense Partner”

Google Mobile Friendly?

What all AdSense Publishers need to know.

The past couple of years have seen an astounding upsurge in mobile page views. The growth of users who are accessing information with their smartphones or tablets, rather than using a traditional desktop, means that every site now needs to work on every device. Most website owners understand the importance of having a mobile-friendly site but may not have the time or ability to build one; Its now become an imperative. Continue reading “Google Mobile Friendly?”

Mobile Menus and Fonts – 5 Tips to a Better Mobile Site

Internet browsing is going mobile – make sure you’re ready!

It goes without saying that a modern mobile site should be written in responsive design so that the content re-sizes to fit the screen size available.  However, often scaling down a desktop site to fit the screen results in unreadable text and images lose much of their impact. Continue reading “Mobile Menus and Fonts – 5 Tips to a Better Mobile Site”

Reading the experiments’ page

There is lots of useful information in your experiments’ page. Here’s a brief guide to help you find your way around.

The experiments’ page is designed to give you a visual representation of the results of the different layout experiments being tested by ezoic.  The results are organized by device (desktop, tablet and mobile) and can be customized to show particular date ranges. Continue reading “Reading the experiments’ page”

New Features June/July 2014

We’re excited about it. And you should be too!

Business and Corporate Sites

Ezoic’s optimization technology is now available for business and corporate sites who are looking to improve their website’s usability. Get access to touch-and-swipe enabled mobile and tablet versions of your site along with modern, user-friendly desktop versions.

Google has reported that upwards of 70% of people are more likely to use a service or buy a product if the company has a mobile-friendly site. Don’t lose out on those potential customers!  Continue reading “New Features June/July 2014”

5 Practical things you can do to improve your site

  1. Write great content – update regularly

Content is King – a bit of a cliché maybe, but it is still absolutely true.  Your content is the reason people come to your site and quality/quantity of content is also among the main factors in search engine ranking. Visitors don’t come because they like the look of the site, or because you have some fancy transitions for images etc.  It’s all about the content.  Continue reading “5 Practical things you can do to improve your site”

Advertising is not a dirty word: why advertisements are good for your site.

Free information on tap

We are truly lucky to live the digital age, where access to information on just about any subject imaginable is available at the click of a mouse, jab of a finger, or wave of a hand! And this information is – for the most part -free. Whether you’re looking for information about brain chemistry, gardening advice or to find that single elusive ‘fact’, you’ll most likely use Google or another major search engine and get an answer almost instantaneously. Continue reading “Advertising is not a dirty word: why advertisements are good for your site.”

The ‘site refresh’ vs Continuous Testing

For those publishers who have been publishing content for more than a few years, there is an assumption that every few years you’ll need to do a ‘site refresh’ to update the look of the site and ‘keep it current’. You might even think about getting a mobile site made… The assumption is that once this is all done, you can get back to creating content until the next refresh in a few years time. Continue reading “The ‘site refresh’ vs Continuous Testing”

Happy New Year – Be Brave in 2014 (try new things)

It’s been a whilst since we posted here, so just a few words about progress at Ezoic, before the main blog piece, which was first written for Website Magazine.

Working in beta means learning a lot and listening to feedback.  We’ve done a lot of that this year.  Since we launched the service in beta, we’ve learned how to take our product from suiting just ourselves (we did all our major product testing on our own test websites) to improving the UI, user experience and ad income for all our publishers and giving them a vastly improved service.  Never ending improvement is our motto and we’ll continue on our quest into 2014. Continue reading “Happy New Year – Be Brave in 2014 (try new things)”