AdSense Referrals Beta: Sign-Up to Pick Your Google Ads

by Paula Neal Mooney

How many times has a goofy Google Adsense ad popped up that you knew no one would click on? The new Google Adsense Referrals Beta program is seeking to eliminate ads that don't fit your blog.

Sign-up to join the new Google Adsense Referral Beta program here.

If you're accepted into the new Google Adsense Referrals Beta program, you'll be able to "search for products that match up directly with your site's content," the Google InSide Adsense blog says today.

"And you can customize your referral units to match the look and feel of your site, making it easier than ever to find a referral ad that fits in seamlessly with your site's design and content," they continue about the new Google Adsense Referrals Beta program.

"As with our current Google referrals, you'll generate earnings when your visitors click through to an advertiser's site and complete an action defined by your advertisers, such as a sale or sign-up," goes the the new Google Adsense Referrals Beta program desription.

"Because these actions are often more involved than a simple click or impression, advertisers pay more for these referrals, which can translate into higher earnings for your site."

Let's hope so!

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David Jones said…
Cool, thanks for the info Paula.
Thanks, David, for the comment.

And I think I misunderstood a little about the Google Adsense Referral Beta program in thinking that we can pick our own Google ads.

I guess we can for the referral products, but maybe not for the other stuff.

We'll see. And we'll see how much the Google Adsense Referral Beta program CPA (Cost Per Action) pays once we get in! I hope it's more than $1 per referral.
kystorms said…
good morning Paula
nice info, where do you hear about these things? I have to start paying closer attention to the Inside Adsense blog don't I? :-)
I just hope that they accept me, I would like to have a bit more control over the ads shown.
zaki said…
I'm still confuse on what is the difference between older adsense and beta referal adsense
zaki said…
Well, I just signed up from your link...
this whole adsense thing has me confused i simply don't know how to do it, and when i try it asks me for money, HELP PAULA, thanks for these updates and your outstanding writing, and breaking things down for me, my mind only takes a little at time, and it does not comprehend certain things that easy.

I will have to write you on this.
Tisha! said…
Paula sweeti, so glad you're getting some R&R, will come back replenished! Thanks for the Adsense info, very useful! much love!
zawadi said…
hi Paula, love reading your blog! Havent been here much, but i still read your work when i get a break at work.
Hey Lisa, yes it's good to subscribe to Google's Inside Adsense blog if you're into stuff like this.

Zaki - I'm still figuring this out, too. I guess it also allows text link ads in java script, but it'll be interesting to see how those ads look in our Blogger posts. I'll keep you posted...

Hey Kimberly - Yes, nothing should ask you for money. And Google Adsense has an easier way of adding adsense ads to our Blogger blogs. Just email me...

Hey Tisah - Yeah, and with your good blog traffic I think you can really make some money.

Zawadi - Glad you're back!

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