Google AdSense Introduces In-feed, In-article, and Matched content

Good news guys, Google AdSense Native Ads have been introduced to all publishers using their ads to monetize their blogs.

google AdSense Native ads

Unlike previous ads rolled out for selected publishers, these ads are opened to all publishers. Now you can monetize your news feed as it was in those glorious days 😉

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You’ll have no choice but to love these Native ads by Google AdSense, why? It was built to have the feel and style of your blog. It is also meant to make your mobile serving ads look awesome 😉 What this means, it will help you earn more as a site owner.

In-feed

Google AdSense has once more re-introduce “in-feed” as one of their native ads. You can now show ads on your blog feed by implementing the all new in-feed to your feed…

Unlike the old-time feed ad, you can easily customize this ad to have the look and feel of your blog feed. Believe it or not, this will help you generate more money as a Google AdSense publisher

In-article

Google AdSense has device a new means where bloggers can make money by adding awesome ads between paragraphs of your blog post.

With this, you can be sure of getting more clicks and conversations.

Matched content

Have you started using Matched content on your blog? If not, what are you waiting for?

AdSense Matched Content helps your visitors say glued to your blog by showing your blog visitor related post. This Native ad will help your blog bounce rate in a positive way and also helps you makes money while doing so.

How To Add Google AdSense Native Ads to your blog

By now, you must have known how to insert Google AdSense code to your blog, if yes, here’s how you can easily take the code from your AdSense dashboard.

  1. Sign in to your AdSense account
  2. Click “My ads” In the left navigation panel
  3. Click “New ad unit”
  4. In the list, select your preferred ad category… In-article, In-feed or Matched content

Note: You can use either of the Native ads or you can use all at once. AdSense don’t have restrictions for the ads.

Let’s Talk

Have you started using Google AdSense Native Ads? How is your experience so far? Do drop your comments using the comment box below.

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7 thoughts on “Google AdSense Introduces In-feed, In-article, and Matched content”

  1. Hello Baba,

    Great tips here 🙂

    Looks like Ad sense has once again landed on their earlier platform. It would be great that we would be able to insert the
    ads directly into the feed.

    It would be great that the ads looks as similar as they are the part of our page.

    Thanks for the share.

    Shantanu.

    Reply
    • Hello Shantanu,

      That’s exactly what I said… They have finally moved back to their earlier feed ads, and that’s a great thing. They have given bloggers more ways to earn.

      Thanks for the comment and thought, I appreciate…

      Have a good week ahead 🙂

      Reply
  2. Hi babanature,

    Nice Informative Post!

    Till now i have not used Google AdSense Native Ads.

    But considering it’s features i am going to use it.

    We can easily customize the ad to have the look and feel of our blog feed. I like this feature the most as it will give natural look.

    I will tweet your post.

    Thanks a lot for sharing.

    Reply
    • Hello Kumar,

      First, I’ll advice you to try the Native feed ad and tell me how it goes…

      AdSense team really did a handful on this one…

      Thanks for the share and comment… I sincerely appreciate it

      Have a good weekend and a bless week start

      Reply
  3. But a friend of mine always tells me that the match content ads is worthless that he has never archive anything from it. My site is now eligible for matched content but I’m confused

    Reply
    • Matched content by AdSense help your blog reduce bounce rate by given your blog readers reasons to read more of your contents by showing them related posts.

      It helps on that, and also helps you make money if any reader click its ads…

      With Matched Content, you are getting 2 in 1 package deal…

      Reply
  4. Informative post Baba,Thanks for the Share..I have tried all these 3 ad types ,but only In-Article ads worked for my news blog,i mean in the revenue sense..

    Reply

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