Google adsense improved : Accidental clicks avoided

Google has announced a major change in the way the text ads appear on websites.

” Continuing these improvements, we’ve just changed our text ads slightly to help reduce accidental clicks. In the past, users could click on both the background and full text of an ad, but now they can click only on the title and URL of a text ad. By allowing users to click only on the ad title and URL, we aim to decrease accidental clicks, better aligning visitor behavior with their intent. Overall, the decrease in accidental clicks will keep users on your website, interacting your content, until they intend to click on an ad.”

This is something which will help both publishers and advertisers at the same time. For publishers, this means better user experience, because your visitors will not leave your page by clicking on the ads while browsing your page. For advertisers, this means, they can avoid visitors who reached their page clicking on the ads accidentally, and had no intension of visiting their page.

PS: Again something about google eh ? Yes, !! I am in love with google


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  1. Yes, you are possibly the biggest google lover I have seen. :)

    Yuo are happy now there are no accidental clicks. How does that help you if you have installed adsense?

    I like the theme. How many more themes do you have in your kitty.

  2. I am happy :) it looks more professional ! however, I am not sure if everyone likes it… 😉

    Theme…. dont ask me please .. let me keep this theme atleast for one month !! hihih I keep playing with themes all the time.. I think I am going to stick this theme for a long time.. coz its really easy to read.. isn’t it ?

  3. Yes I like this font!

  4. hey, how come no ads can be seen?

  5. they are still here.. just that I took off image ads :)

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