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December 21, 2005

AdSense Webinar for new features review

The AdSense Webinar hit maximum capacity less than 24 hours after the invitations were sent out last week (that will teach me to blog about it before registering, lol). But I managed to snag myself a spot in the webinar after pulling some strings. It is good to see that this webinar was attended by so many!

There was nothing really earth shattering this time, but for a publisher who wasn't up on the latest changes and added features, it was a surprisingly extensive overview. There were lots of comments about possible features or adjustments that publishers have made or requested that might be integrated at a later date. It was mentioned that there will be some more color schemes added to the referral buttons, which will be nice to see.

For those of you that weren't able to attend or didn't register before it hit capacity, AdSense recorded the event and will make it available within 24 hours for all. It lasted the full hour with the powerpoint presentations by several AdSense team members, and was followed up with the extensive Q&A. When they finally wrapped it up, it still sounded as though there were still many more questions they were unable to get to.

As a bonus, WebEx now has sound integrated into the webinar room, so you could listen through your speakers directly within the WebEx program, which was much nicer than having to phone in or use Skype to connect, as you did with previous AdSense webinars.

Posted by Jenstar at December 21, 2005 10:21 AM

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I found the webinar to be a good review and very good to get a sense of the people behind the scenes but there wasn't much new for someone who already reads all the available online material.

They answered my only typed question quickly...

I plan to attend future webinars if invited.

Posted by: Andi at December 21, 2005 12:44 PM

I agree that it was a bit underwhelming. I'll post some screen shots shortly.

Posted by: Lee at December 21, 2005 02:11 PM

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