Free contextual ad optimization tips and site reviews at Search Engine Strategies Chicago

Want to have your site personally reviewed with advice on where and how you should implement your contextual ads for highest revenue and clicks? If you are heading over to Search Engine Strategies in Chicago, you can catch myself and Jeremy (aka Shoemoney) on a couple of contextual advertising panels on Tuesday December 5th where we will be dishing on hot tips (as well as some little known tricks) to increase your ad revenue.

The first session is Earning Money from Contextual Ads at 3pm. Both myself and Jeremy will be presenting about 25 minutes each on the nitty gritty of contextual ads (including AdSense & YPN) with advice, tips, screenshots and case studies to help you earn even more from your ads. We will both be talking about some of the better known tips, as well as some of the lesser known tips and how you can use these yourself.

The second session is Contextual Ads & Adsense Clinic at 4:30. I am looking forward to this one a lot. I did AdSense clinics with my two presentations at BlogHer and it was a lot of fun. We will take audience member sites (they can be running ads currently or not) and show how we would implement AdSense/YPN/etc on the site as if it was our own. And we will show how to implement them for the best user experience versus the most clicks experience 😉 I do this for clients on a regular basis, so it is a way to get my consulting services for free (or at least with a SES Chicago conference pass!)

I hope some of you can attend, it should be a lot of fun!

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1 comment to Free contextual ad optimization tips and site reviews at Search Engine Strategies Chicago

  • This has got to be one of my many dreams and I can’t believe I am not going to be there. Will you post the examples here if it’s not too much to ask?

    Thank You

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