Google AdSense Auto Ads: Everything you need to know
Google Adsense is one of the best advertising programs on the planet. Despite its many successors, no one has consistently surpassed AdSense in terms of innovation, user-friendliness, and overall experience.
On 21 February 2018, the Adsense team launched Google Auto Ads for all. This is one of the biggest changes in the AdSense team in recent times. Auto ads are expected to change the way you use AdSense in all of these.
One of the biggest concerns of most AdSense publishers is ad space, advertising promotion, and maintaining a satisfactory user experience.
Google uses artificial intelligence to automatically manage ad space and ad optimization for ad publishers. However, as a publisher, you can manage:
- Global settings: which ads should be displayed
- Domain-based settings: Configure which ads should be displayed on a specific domain or subdomain
- Directory Settings: Configure the type of advertisements to display in a specific directory. For example, on pagination pages or archive pages, you do not want to display ads that match the content, and you can configure both from the AdSense Settings panel. This feature is called Advanced URL Settings.
We now receive mixed reviews about auto ads from users. However, I am optimistic about the future of AdSense auto advertising, as it eliminates the agony of ad optimization and allows Blogger to focus on content development, while AdSense takes care of everyone. Google Adsense has always been a plug-in and advertising ads, but now it is fully automated. Thank you for the artificial intelligence.
Important things to know about AdSense Auto Advertising
Automated advertising will not be a problem for anyone using Google AdSense. However, there are a few things to be told before you install automated advertising. It will also give you answers before adding your questions.
If your blog already has AdSense ads, you cannot decide to remove them. AdSense ads will automatically see ads and will deliver more ads accordingly.
Already use anchor or vignette ads? Automated ads include anchor and vignette ads and many other formats such as text and display, in-feed, and compatible content ads. Keep in mind that all users who use page-size ads will automatically redirect to their ads without adding code to their page. However, it is a good idea to sign in to your AdSense account and set global settings for automated ads.
How to enable Google AdSense Auto Ads (Complete Guide)
If you want to know by watching the video, there is a comprehensive Google AdSense Auto Ads Video Guide at the end of this tutorial. Here is a quick rehearsal of the steps:
- Sign in with your Google AdSense Account
- Go to My Ads> Auto Ads
- Click on ‘Set Up Auto Ads’
- Configure Your Global Settings
- ‘Enabled’ captures the new forms below automatically.
- Click on save.
Now put promo code on every page of your blog/website. I use Google Tags for both. You can use any method that suits you. If you already use page-size ads, then you don’t need to do anything.
You can always check the effectiveness of Google Auto Ads by going to My Ads> Auto Ads and clicking on the statistics.
Overall, it will be exciting to see how Google Auto Ads work in the future. So far, we have received mixed reviews. Tell us your experience with AdSense automated ads. Have you implemented it? If not, when are you planning to implement it? Please ask questions and share your experience.