What Is A Channel When Setting Up Adsense On Your Blog Through Google? How Do You Find A Channel?

2009-12-29 at 09:46 am hugege

I recently set up my blogs and I’m looking to post ads to generate some income. I also what to get my blog out there for people to read.

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One Response to “What Is A Channel When Setting Up Adsense On Your Blog Through Google? How Do You Find A Channel?”

  1. Anonymous

    Channel is your way to organize your content to see which ones actually bring in the most traffic
    For example, given my type of website, I have several types of channels:
    Channel by ad format: to give you an idea of which ad format and what placement can give you the best revenue
    – channel for 486×60 banner,
    – channel for wide skyscraper
    – channel for medium rectangle above the fold
    – channel for medium rectangle below the article
    – channel for ad links
    – channel for search
    – channel for video unit
    Channel by topic
    Channel by URL – works for specific sections of website, and works if you maintain several websites or blogs to clearly identify which are the best performing
    Start by reading this Adsense Help: What are channels?https://www.google.com/adsense/support/b…
    If you have your Adsense integrated with Google Analytics (I think only some publishers have been given this tool), then you can see how EACH page perform in terms of click throughs, revenues, etc. This is hard to do with channels if you’ve got a lot of pages as you are limited to 200 channels (though some publishers have been allowed to have 500 channels)

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