How To Optimize your Mobile Site with AdSense Linked to an Analytics account

[ 1 ] November 16, 2012 |
I recently go this message below  from Google Adsense which I see it neccessary to be shared with everyone especially to all Google Adsense publishers and it goes thus below:

“It’s now easier than ever to monetize your mobile site as we offer high-end mobile ad code directly in your account. As a best practice, we recommend using the 320×50 mobile header or the 300×250 medium rectangle. Have a look at the graphic below to get an idea of how these ad formats can be placed visibly within your mobile site’s layout  Create mobile ad code

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To start receiving data from AdSense within your Google Analytics account, you must first choose an Analytics account to link AdSense to. If you don’t already have an Analytics account, visit the Google Analytics website to sign up for a new account.

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Here’s How to Link your AdSense account to an Analytics account.

Before you start the linking process, make sure you’re using a Google Account AdSense login that has both Administrator access to your AdSense account and Administrator access to your Analytics account.
To link your AdSense account:
On the Home tab, visit the Account settings page.
In the “Access & authorization” section, next to “Google Analytics integration,” click edit.
On the “Google Analytics integration” page, click Link next to the Analytics account that you want to link to your AdSense account. A new window opens and you’re taken to your Analytics account.
In Analytics, click Link Accounts.
In the dialog that appears, specify your primary Analytics property and Analytics profiles, then click Continue.
Your primary and secondary Analytics properties are listed under the AdSense tab and your AdSense and  Analytics accounts are now linked.  Source

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  1. Nice posting! This is quite interesting. I really appreciate you’ve shared such information. Thanks for sharing!

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