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Re-Introduction To Google Content Network

Thursday, December 28, 2006

The Google Content Network is another name for the Google Adsense. It is basically a contextual advertising solution to web publishers. When I first used Google Adwords 3 years ago to promote affiliate products, I had no idea what Google Content Network is. If you have used Google Adwords before, you will notice this list of options:

I first started out with the content network ticked. I then saw I'm having a lot of ad impressions. However, the conversion was poor and I lost some money over the process. As I said, I was still new at it, I made a mistake but I learned through it. Eventhough I don't use pay per click advertising anymore, I wish I can play around with it again once I've regain what I've lost over the years.

If you have no idea what I'm talking about, then you should better watch this 7 minutes Webinar. If you already know about it, it doesn't hurt to re-learn what you have know. Maybe you've missed out a point or two. Anyway, enjoy the show:

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