Before now, web publishers in Nigeria could only earn money from ads on their websites, but now can equally earn from their site’s mobile version.
AdSense for mobile content allows publishers to generate earnings from their mobile webpages using targeted Google ads. Just like AdSense for content, Google now matches ads to the content of your mobile site so you can earn money whenever visitors to your mobile site click on the ads they see.
In May 2010, Google acquired AdMob, a leading mobile advertising network that develops innovative mobile-specific ad units and solutions. The aim was to significantly enhance their mobile display ad services for publishers.
In this case, AdSense automatically detects the type of phone viewing your mobile site and delivers ads to match. For example, if someone views your site through an iPhone, Google would deliver ads specifically designed for high-end phones.
Google’s AdSense for mobile content ad units may only be used in mobile websites only, not in mobile applications.
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