Google Adsense: Optimal Placement of Ads on Web Pages and an Overview of Bloggerparty.com
Determining the Best Locations for Google Ads on Your Website for Maximum Profitability
One of the most exciting aspects of the Google Adsense experience is that the decision of ad placement rests solely with you. As the owner of the page, you have the authority to choose the number of ads (up to 3 per page), their colors, shapes, and where they will be positioned. Should the ads be placed at the top or bottom of the page? In the middle of the text? Aligned to the left or right?
The most crucial factor to consider when making this decision is the needs of your site visitors. What are they seeking? Are they interested in reading content or simply browsing? If they intend to read an entire article, for example, placing the ads at the bottom of the page might be beneficial as it provides them with a next action. Some publishers prefer placing the ads at the top left of the page, believing that customers tend to look there first.
The exciting part is experimenting with various possibilities. Try different ad placements and colors for a week, and observe the variations in your reports. Once you find a successful combination, you will notice the difference it makes.
Overview of Bloggerparty.com for Potential Google Ads Users
Blogger Party is an additional blog hosting website that allows you to monetize your blogs through Google Adsense. To get started with earning money from your blogs, you need to create an account and use the publisher ID you received when setting up your Google Adsense account.
On bloggerparty.com, your blog pages will display targeted Google Adsense ads. Half of the time, these ads will feature your Google Adsense publisher ID, while the other half will display Blogger Party's Adsense ID or be split between them and the person who referred you. Yes, referrals receive 25% of the ad time, which comes from Blogger Party's share and not from the original blogger's or the referral's.
Blogger Party also offers "party points" as an incentive whenever you write or comment on someone else's blog. Although these points currently have no functionality, Blogger Party's admin plans to introduce the ability to trade them for prizes in the future.