Google Ad Manager Tutorial

Rusty Brick writes a good step-by-step tutorial on Google Ad Manager which is suitable for anyone who struggles to figure out the new ads model.

As Google Ad Manager is no longer beta now, everybody who has gmail account can try it out.  For those who are still confused about this Google Ad Manager here’s an explanation from the official Google blog:

Google Ad Manager is a free, hosted ad and inventory management tool that can help publishers sell, schedule, deliver and measure their directly-sold and network-based ad inventory. It offers an intuitive and simple user experience with Google speed and a tagging process so publishers can spend more time working with their advertisers and less time on their ad management solution. And by providing detailed inventory forecasts and tracking at a very granular level, Ad Manager helps publishers maximize their inventory sell-through rates.

Google Ad Manager effectively complements the DoubleClick Revenue Center, which is focused on publishers with larger sales teams. We’re excited to add DART for Publishers to our suite of products, and we’re committed to the continued development and enhancement of DoubleClick’s offerings. Today’s announcement demonstrates this promise, and at the same time furthers our goal of creating new opportunities for publishers of all sizes. Dozens of publishers have been using Google Ad Manager successfully in early trials. To hear what those publishers have to say check out some Ad Manager success stories or take a product tour to learn more.

8 Responses to Google Ad Manager Tutorial

  1. Thanks for the great information

  2. Uhmm… I didn’t understand bout it yet. Explain fully latter bro..

  3. Hopely than program could benefit for every internet user who pay attention in ads program.

  4. Thanks for your information. I am now using it.

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