February 20, 2009

Change Fonts of Google Adsense Ads

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Wow! Now Google is giving the freedom to change your Ads fonts in three faces: Arial, times, and Verdana. This new feature is now available in the entire Publisher's account, but the ads can be placed only on the webpage having Latin-based characters.

Customize the appearance of your ad's font in the following ways..

  1. Go to the Manage ads under Adsense setup tab, in your existing ad unit, Click on the Edit ad Settings under heading Actions. You'll find new "Fonts" Option there as shown below. Now make the changing in your font face.


2. There is also another way with which you can change the font for all the ad units on different websites. Go to My Account Tab, edit the Ad Display Preference. You can change your ad's font value there as shown below.


This modification will be beneficial for the publishers having Latin-based characters on their web pages.


Smart Cars on February 25, 2009 at 8:52 PM said...

a good feature but its only for "ad units" ... right ?

Mohit Tripathi on February 25, 2009 at 9:05 PM said...

@Smart Cars. Yes you're right, it's only for contextual ad unit. Also it works well with webpage having Latin-based characters.

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