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Q-v-n-s-Q
10 Aug 2008, 09:55
Guaranteed 25% Increase in your Adsense Revenue



Google Adsense allows you to change you ad colours into 6 different variations randomly on every page reload and this is only possible if you are using the older ad codes and not the new ones which can be directly managed from your account. The Google adsense new ad colour codes are easy to manage as a publisher but has no options to show up different colours in random orders. You can just get the channel code and Pub-ID from your new ad codes and replace in the following Sample Random Ad Colour Pallete Template and get started. I have been using this and have seen a significantly 3% increase in my CTR though many of my readers keep sending me emails referring to use a better ad colour paletter but when they refresh the same page they themselves get surprised for a new coloured ads on my blog.



Normal Ad Code Template :
<script type=”text/javascript”><!–
google_ad_client = “pub-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX”;
google_ad_width = 160;
google_ad_height = 600;
google_ad_format = “160×600_as”;
google_ad_type = “text”;
google_ad_channel = “XXXXXXXXXXX”;
google_color_border = “FFFFFF”;
google_color_bg = “FFFFFF”;
google_color_link = “666666″;
google_color_text = “666666″;
google_color_url = “666666″;
//–>
</script>
<script type=”text/javascript”
src=”http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js”>
</script>



Google Adsense Random Colour Palette Template :

google_color_border = ["FFFFFF","FFFF66","6131BD","FFFF66"];
google_color_bg = ["FFFFFF","3D81EE","3D81EE","000033"];
google_color_link = ["990033","FFFFCC","FFFF66","FFFF66"];
google_color_url = ["990033","FFFFFF","FFFFFF","FFFFFF"];
google_color_text = ["000000","FFFFCC","FFFFCC","FFFFCC"];



Full color adsense code:

<script type=”text/javascript”><!–
google_ad_client = “pub-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX”;
google_ad_width = 160;
google_ad_height = 600;
google_ad_format = “160×600_as”;
google_ad_type = “text”;
google_ad_channel = “XXXXXXXXXXX”;
google_color_border = ["FFFFFF","FFFF66","6131BD","FFFF66"];
google_color_bg = ["FFFFFF","3D81EE","3D81EE","000033"];
google_color_link = ["990033","FFFFCC","FFFF66","FFFF66"];
google_color_url = ["990033","FFFFFF","FFFFFF","FFFFFF"];
google_color_text = ["000000","FFFFCC","FFFFCC","FFFFCC"];
//–>
</script>
<script type=”text/javascript”
src=”http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js”>
</script>

Live demo: http://www.integeeks.com/ Reflesh to change the color.

edenx
10 Aug 2008, 11:48
Are you sure this is not against actual policies?

z3r0
11 Aug 2008, 09:46
Are you sure this is not against actual policies?


It's fine, as you can do this via your adsense control panel when creating an ad - In the palette drop down menu, select use multiple palettes ;)

valdet
11 Aug 2008, 23:19
This method could be irritating to members, although it helps in avoiding ad-blindness

cragtay
24 Aug 2008, 07:30
The modification had just been released a couple of days and the live demo site is down. What's happened? Can we believe to the author?

v12kid
02 Sep 2008, 17:26
interesting idea imo. Would like to hear some success stories from this as placement is just as important as color ;)

Morrus
02 Sep 2008, 21:32
Guaranteed 25% Increase in your Adsense Revenue

Guaranteed? You guarantee this? Are you sure you want to say that?

space²
07 Sep 2008, 14:57
hehe, very cool stuff, thanks for the mod:)

sikk08
26 Sep 2008, 06:20
really neat! I definitely can see the potential with this.

But I think the better way to do this would be is to create an a mod that would have the ability to randomise the channel-code. The publisher sets 6 or even 10 different adslots with different theme matching or contrasting colors. Then the mod would just randomize one of those slots on refresh. This way you would be able to see which color scheme works the best through your reports (ctr)

I think that would have a great potential ... Not sure if that is already created. Just an idea that poped in my head after reading shit post! Will definintely implement this next week. Maybe even do the same for non vb sites

Markro
10 Nov 2008, 20:02
Guaranteed? You guarantee this? Are you sure you want to say that?

Wow settle down dude, he's just saying it has potential to draw more attention.

Thanks for the mod idea, I'm going to test this one out.

thompson
11 Nov 2008, 11:49
sounds really interesting.

webnsn
07 Nov 2015, 18:36
DO NOT CHANGE ADSENCE CODE