How to find if your site has got placement targeted AdSense Ads

Placements targeted ads could bring you higher AdSense revenue and CPC. Read this article to find how to check if your site is receiving placement targeted ads.

AdWords advertisers can use placement targeted ads to show their Ads in the selected sites. Enabling placement targeting on your AdSense Ads will significantly improve chances of getting higher paid Ads and better AdSense revenue for your site.

How to check if your blog is getting placement targeted ads

You can check your AdSense reports to see if you are receiving placement targeted ads.


1. Login to Google AdSense

2. Click on "Performance Reports"

3. Click on "Targeting Types"

Now look at the reports on the right side. You will see line items like Contextual, Interest-based, Placement.

Placement targeted ads

The "Placement" indicates AdWords ads targeted at your website. If you have a lot of placement targeted ads, that indicates a lot of advertisers are competing to advertise.

Read how to get placement targeted AdSense Ads for your blog and improve your AdSense revenue.

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Guest Author: Yashwanth Pal22 Apr 2015

Nice information. I have got a blog running on wordpress. whether it is possible to do placement targeted ads with adsense on my site?

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