Earlier this week, Google announced the beta program of AdSense for Mobile Applications, which will allow mobile application developers to earn money from their application. It means, the next target of Google AdSense is the mobile applications market, which is growing day by day. So, mobile app developers get ready to earn some more money!
After a successful trial with a small group of partners, Google is now opening up the AdSense for Mobile Applications service to all developers of Android and iPhone applications. The timing is right! Smart phone users now spend more time on small mobile apps to do various tasks. Google AdSense for Mobile Applications will allow app developers to earn revenue by displaying text and image ads in their Android and iPhone applications. All they need to do is sign up for the beta program and implement AdSense directly in their applications.
Susan Wojcicki, Google Vice President of Product Management, wrote in a blog post:
“We’re excited to open up this beta to more developers, and look forward to offering new features for our mobile advertisers and publishers in upcoming releases.”
The implementation is easy and ads will be displayed automatically. As a mobile application developer, you can determine the appearance and positioning of ads in your app, and even you can filter out ads you don’t want to appear. The ads can be targeted by keyword, demographics, and location. For more information and to sign up for the beta program, visit http://www.google.com/ads/mobileapps/
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