Google Advertising Tools: Cashing in with AdSense, AdWords, and the Google APIs
O'Reilly Media, Inc., 2006/01/26 - 353 ページ
When it comes to advertising on the web, you just can't argue with the numbers. A $7 billion market today is expected to grow to $18.9 billion by 2010. Jupiter Research also estimates that search advertising will be a larger share of the market than display advertising by 2010. These phenomenal numbers are due largely to Google, which has changed the way the world publishes content - and advertises.
Google Advertising Tools from O'Reilly examines the business and technology behind making money with content and advertising on the web. This focused, easy-to-read guide shows you how to use Google's advertising services to make it happen. You'll find all the background information you need to work with Google AdSense, which automatically delivers text and image ads that are precisely targeted to your site, and Google AdWords, which lets you generate text ads that accompany specific search term results.
This book has specific and detailed sections on:
Once you've read all four parts, you'll have a comprehensive picture of how advertising works on the web and how you can use the Google advertising programs to your advantage.
レビュー - レビューを書く
Review: Google Advertising Tools: Cashing in with Adsense, Adwords, and the Google APIsユーザー レビュー - Tami - Goodreads
It is estimated that Google ads reach 80% of all Internet users. No other advertising system or promotional scheme (including spam campaigns) can boast such coverage. Cashing in on Google ads either ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: Google Advertising Tools: Cashing in with Adsense, Adwords, and the Google APIsユーザー レビュー - Andy - Goodreads
The Future レビュー全文を読む
Creating Popular Web Sites
Driving Traffic to Your Site
Optimizing Sites for Search Engine Placement
Making Money with Affiliate Programs
Profiting from Adult Sites
Improving Campaign and Ad Group Performance
AdWords Reporting and Conversion Tracking
Understanding the AdWords API
Programming the AdWords API
Navigating the AdWords Objects Hierarchy