Does your Google AdSense revenue fall short of your expectations? Your ads may not be showing up to your content. Google suggests you try sectional targeting to maximize your AdSense revenue if you’re not satisfied with your current revenue level.
Sectional targeting allows you to offer sections of your text and HTML content that you would like us to emphasize or downplay when comparing ads with content on your site.
To implement section targeting, you need to add a set of custom HTML comment tags to your code. These tags will mark the beginning and end of any section (s) that you would like to highlight or remove the emphasis when targeting ads.
HTML tags for highlighting a page section are in the following format:
You can also specify sections that you would like to ignore by adding (weight = ignore) to the start tag:
This is fine if you are familiar with HTML codes!
But if it is not, you can try one of these WordPress plugins :
- Target adsense
- Google AdSense Targeting
These plugins allow you to highlight the content that you want to target using the targeting in the Google Ads section. If you feel that the Adsense ads on your pages are more suitable for the content, or you are not too happy with your AdSense income, you can try one of these plugins. These plugins automatically insert codes in the appropriate places after setting the parameters and / or their activation.
As a rule, ads that are more suitable for content are most often clicked, which leads to a higher AdSense revenue. This way you can target the main content of the blog and possibly exclude sidebar content.
Try for a month and see if something changes. If so, stick with it. If not, you can always disable and remove the plugin.
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