Planning and Using Responsive AdSense Ad Unit

Planning and Using Responsive AdSense Ad Unit is crucial step because we are going to target the same place with three or more AdSense Ad Unit. Here is how. Previously, we wrote about Adsense Responsive Ads Guide For Coding, which has the all needed minimum official guide and technical how tos. From technical point of view, it is quite complex, here is the reasoning and how to include them in the same channel to not miss a definite profit. Planning and Using Responsive AdSense Ad Unit is an indispensable guide because not all are programmers to have a great idea about the real thing behind.


Planning and Using Responsive AdSense Ad Unit : The Things That Happens Behind


You will see in your AdSense account there are metrics that says about the approximate percentage of successful Ad Delivery against an Ad Request. It is almost 99%. 1% failure happens due to various factors most of them are not under our control.

Think about the path way – The leaderload area via Javascript is requesting Google AdServer to deliver an Ad. Google within few milliseconds calculating everything and delivering the right Ad. The money is deducted from the Advertiser and divided to both Google and the owner of the leaderboard area. A single mistake can make the whole thing to go wrong.

Practically, you need to consider to use or to create a responsive Ad unit only for the wider versions of Ads. A 250 or 300 pixel Ad Unit normally will not required to be resized, but re-allocated via CSS. In other words, too wider or too slender Ad units needs to be resized by planning and using Responsive AdSense Ad Unit.


Planning and Using Responsive AdSense Ad Unit : The practical Part


Coding part is already said in the previous guide. Now the planning. Here is a diagram which will help you to work in a way that is flawless :




This plan, in our opinion will work fine for the most make the thing clear. You have to match the Ad Unit’s name with ID in Custom Channel option page – this is a bad point for AdSense that the Unit name shows up, not the ID. If you wrongly set the units, request will no match and your revenue can decrease.


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