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AdSense updates AdSense Help Center

Google Sm-1The official AdSense blog has just pointed to their newly designed AdSense Help Center. It includes their demo section and a basic troubleshooting section.

I’m not sure how much of it is new and how much is just redesigned – but it’s developing into a reasonably helpful resource for AdSense publishers.

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Comments

  1. It’s nice to see Google caring more about their AdSense customers.

  2. AndyC says:

    It’s not that they “care” about the publishers that make money for them. But, more publishers means more money. Anyway, what they have done should have been done long ago. It’s common sense when you a have a service to let people know how to use it, right?

  3. Shaun Carter says:

    It appears Google is trying to “dumb down” their services for the entry level user. First with AdWords offering their new beginner service and now AdSense enhancing their Help Center. This is an essential move to continue increasing Google’s growth and penetration of the market.

  4. Ravi says:

    I had a quesitons about adsense and they responded very fast to it…I guess they care..well they are making money off the ads on your website so they better care

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