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Google AdSense Anchor Ads On Auto Ads For AMP

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Google AdSense Anchor Ads On Auto Ads For AMP

Google AdSense announced that those with AMP sites that have Auto ads with Google AdSense will now support anchor ads. From April 11, 2022, if you’re using Auto ads for AMP, anchor ads will start to appear on your sites.

Google said this may result in an “increase in your AMP revenue.” Google also noted that this change will apply to all sites that have Auto ads for AMP enabled in your AdSense account.

Auto ads for AMP automatically place AdSense Auto ads on your AMP pages. After you’ve added the AMP auto script and ad code, Google will automatically show ads on your AMP pages at optimal times when they’re likely to perform well and provide a good experience, the company said.

Here is how to set up Auto ads for AMP:

    1. Sign in to your AdSense account.
    1. Click Ads and then Overview.
    1. Click Got an AMP site?
    1. On the “Auto ads for AMP” page, turn on Auto ads for AMP.
    1. (Optional) In the “Ad formats” section, turn off any ad formats that you’d prefer not to show on your AMP site. Learn more about ad format settings.
    1. Click Get AMP code.
    1. Copy and paste the script between the <head></head> tags of your page.This script loads the required amp-auto-ads libraries. Learn more about the amp-auto-ads component.
    1. Copy and paste the AMP Auto ad code immediately after the opening <body> tag of the pages you want ads to appear.
    1. Click Done.
  1. Click Apply. It can take up to an hour for ads to appear on the page.On your Ads page, it now says “AMP is on”.
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Google said there is no action required from you for this change to take effect on your sites.

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Vlog Episode #179: Jaimie Clark vs Jon Clark

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Jaimie Clark vs Jon Clark - Who Is A Better SEO

Jaimie and Jon Clark came for a visit and we all spoke SEO and a lot more. Jaimie Clark is the VP of SEO at Centerfield, she was previously the Head of SEO at Wirecutter, a New York Times company. Jon Clark runs his own firm, Moving Traffic Media and was previously an SEO at some large companies.

In any event I first pinned them against each other in a game of SEO trivia – guess who won?

The trivia questions featured answers with Matt Cutts, Vanessa Fox, Panda vs Penguin, disavow files, Medic updates, new queries, John Mueller, Danny Sullivan, Gary Illyes, Ginny Marvin, Daniel Waisberg, Paul Haahr, Urchin, Android, YouTube, Fitbit, Apple, title links vs title tags, authorship, domain authority, RankBrain, EAT, YMYL, and more.

Hope you enjoyed this one, it was a lot of fun for me at least. But in part two we get into the real interview.

You can subscribe to our YouTube channel by clicking here so you don’t miss the next vlog where I interviews. I do have a nice lineup of interviews scheduled with SEOs and SEMS, many of which you don’t want to miss – and I promise to continue to make these vlogs better over time. If you want to be interviewed, please fill out this form with your details.

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