Google opens AdSense to multiple ad network companies
Google has announced that AdSense publishers will soon be able to choose whether to accept advertisements from other ad network companies, as well as AdSense itself, in a change to how ads are served.
Any network that is Google-certified — that is, the ad company adheres to user privacy, ad quality and speed standards — can bid for ad positions previously exclusively available to AdWords advertisers.
Publishers are guaranteed that the highest revenue ads will make it onto their sites, and have complete control over which networks, if any, are allowed.
Third-party ad networks won’t be permitted to collect data from publisher sites to build their own interest-based advertising models, but can show ads based on data already collected elsewhere.
These changes will be rolled out over the next few months. It will be interesting to see what impact these have on publisher earnings, and whether AdWords advertisers notice any difference.
Andy Merrett is a London-based full-time blogger writing for several Shiny Media technology blogs and various other projects. Find him on Facebook and Twitter.
This is best feature introduced by Google in Adsense section but so sad for Asian bloggers.It is not available for Asian Publishers like me.If you started to use it you are lucky.
Publishers interested in which ad networks are serving ads on their pages through the new AdSense program can use the privacychoice service, which provides ad network monitoring based on sampling pages on your site.
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