Multiple Color Palettes is a cool way to increase Google Adsense revenue. If you are fans of Quick Online Tips, you might have read my previous article regarding 7 key factors to build a successful Adsense income blog. Among those factors, there is one thing that I would like to concentrate on and that is “multiple color palettes”.
Adsense multiple color palettes is a value-added feature that allows you to choose different colors of your Adsense ads in one ad unit. Your Adsense ads will automatically be rotated when the page or posts are refreshed or whenever your sites receive new visits. This optimization tutorial will make your old ad a new one to your readers’ eye and that can lead to better click-through rate (CTR).
Create multiple color palettes in Google Adsense
Just go to your Adsense account and choose the Adsense Setup tab to create a new ad unit for your sites. You will see different Adsense ads type here. Pick “AdSense for Content” and then “Text ads only” to apply this optimization tip and choose your ad size format, let’s say 300x250px.
In the “Colors” section, you will see the Palettes drop-down menu. Click on that and go to the end to get “Use multiple palettes…”. Select this to deploy this tip. Now, you should Hold ‘CTRL’ or ‘Command’ to select multiple palettes as shown in the image below.
Choose whatever color palettes available to rotate in your site. You can create new pre-designed color palettes if you want too. Click “Continue” to go to the “Channel” section where you should create one channel for this palette to see how good it is. That is almost done!
Now, you can copy the code and paste on your blog. You can test yourself by opening a new post and the old color palettes will be replaced with new ones.
Most successful Adsense color palette?
That is an interesting question for many of us. I must say again that the “no size fits all” slogan can apply to this question too. The color palette should carefully be blended to match your design, background and font. You can not use red color for your AdSense ads in your blog where your background is also in red as no one can see your ads at all.
You must be creative in choosing the right color palettes for your site based on different criteria like background, title format, font color… To help you know what the most successful color palette is for you, I would recommend you visit Google suggestions on how to choose the best color palettes for AdSense.
Good luck to you all and I am happy to hear your feedback too.
Guest author Tran Tinh is a disabled blogger from Vietnam who can make over $2,000 per month from blogging and is now blogging at A-Z Blogging Tips. View our guest blogging guidelines.
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