On websites, advertisers have relied upon metrics like click through rates, and number of impressions in order to price their ads. Knowing how many people are likely to click on an ad on a specific website page, or how many people view a page helps assign value to ad locations.
Types of Advertising & Ad Types (… and why you should test them)
We are often bombarded with questions from publishers. The most common questions are ‘what is the ‘ideal’ ad setup for my site?’ And ‘where should I put ad placeholders?’ Or, ‘Is there an ‘ideal’ ratio of display ads to native ads?’ ‘Should I consider mobile interstitials?’ ‘What about in-line ads – are they too intrusive for my site?’
That’s a lot of questions. But, these are common among most publishers. To come to your own conclusions it’s best to first educate yourself around all the different types of ads and advertising that exist. This will give you greater context for what you should be doing. Answering questions like “how many types of display ads are there”, can go a long way to helping you feel more comfortable with your site. Continue reading “Types of Advertising & Digital Ad Types”
We get asked this a lot. Who gets to bid in Google Ad Exchange? Is it all just advertisers? Do ad networks get their ad inventory in Ad Exchanges? How about other ad exchanges like Open X? Do ad networks buy ads there too? In short, people want to know who’s buying their ads…
Below we have a list of who bids in the Google Ad Exchange (the Google ad network site list) and what other ad exchanges exist out there.
Google has been making a lot of changes recently. A new holding company, new logo and now rolling out a new publisher program. So what is the Google Certified Publishing Partner program? What does it mean for publishers and, indeed, what does it mean for Ezoic and those other companies who have been lucky enough to get through the certification process and partner-up with Google. Continue reading “Google Certified Publishing Partner”
Have you ever gotten a Google Adsense Policy violation? When you are first implementing ads on a site, everything sounds so easy! However, you quickly realize that it can very complicated to keep your site compliant with Adsense policy. Everything is not necessarily black and white.Continue reading “Adsense Policy”
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?”