Google AdSense is by far one of the better advisement programs on the planet. Despite multiple options, none has thus far consistently outperformed AdSense in terms of innovation, user-friendliness and overall experience.
On February 21, 2018, the AdSense team launched Google Auto advisement for everyone. This is one of the biggest innovation from the Google AdSense team in the recent time. In fact, Auto advisement is expected to change the way you have been using Google AdSense all this while.
One of the biggest concerns of most Google AdSense publishers is the ad placement, advisement optimization and maintaining a pleasant user experience.
Google Auto advisement are utilizing artificial intelligence to automatically manage advisement placements and advisement optimization for the publishers. However, as a publisher, you can manage:
- Global settings: What ads should be shown
- Domain-based setting: Configure what advisement should be shown on specific domain or sub-domain
- Directory settings: Configure the kind of advisement to be shown on the particular directory. For example, on pagination pages or archive pages, you might not want to show matched content advisement, and you can configure the same from the Google AdSense settings panel. This feature is called Advanced URL settings. You can read more about it here.
So far we have got mixed reviews from users about Auto advisement. However, I’m optimistic about the future of Google AdSense auto advisement as it will take away the pain of ad optimization and a blogger can focus on building content while the GoogleAdSense takes care of everything else. Google AdSense was always a plug and play ad program, but now it’s completely automatic. Thanks to artificial intelligence.
Important things to know about AdSense Auto advisement
Auto-advisement is not going to be a problem for anyone who has used Google AdSense. However, before you start setting up Auto-advisement, here are few things you should know. This will also answer your questions before you start integrating it.