Best Google Adsense Placement for Blogs and Forums

26 Feb

Google Adsense shares new recommendations for ad implementation, (which will vary depending on your web page), but are the outcome of Adsense testing across millions of blogs and forums. Of course the  best way is to optimize your site through regular experimentation.

Google Adsense ads on your homepage. 728×90, 160×600, 300x250px Adsense ad units work best for high CTR.

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Google Adsense ads on your article pages. 160×600, 336x280px

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Best Adsense Placement for Forums

Google Adsense ads on your forum homepage, category, post page 728x90px banner is by far the best choice when used wiht link units.

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So follow these Adsense placement guidelines and improve your CTR to make money online. Read more Adsense tips. You can also get official support via Google AdSense Optimization Specialists.


3 Responses to “Best Google Adsense Placement for Blogs and Forums”

  1. hyde @ fengshuibedrooms June 15, 2011 at 10:09 am #

    Thanks for the tips. Great blog by the way =).

  2. MMNCS.COM July 30, 2011 at 2:00 am #

    Some good strategies for Google Adsense placement. I would also recommend to look at the heat map made by Google. We have looked at them here: Best Placement for Google Adsense ads – Optimize the revenue and get a better ctr, more clicks per visitor – Best practice

  3. pragwater November 21, 2011 at 10:51 am #

    I have a question. Can we use Google AdSense on wordpress? When I put the html adsense code in my wordpress page, it disappears after I save the changes.


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