Which Display Platforms Bring in the Most Adsense Revenue?

Which Display Platforms Bring in the Most Adsense Revenue?


We all know that smartphone usage grows year on year and is now thought to be over 63% of all web traffic, but that is not including tablets when would bump the "mobile media" stats up to 78% of all site traffic! So is it even worth bothering about the way your site/blog looks on a desktop PC when it comes to Adsense revenue? The short-term answer is yes, but it's getting less and less important by the day.

A good responsive site theme is key


You can try and fine-tune your site to look great on all the media platforms all you want, but with so many shapes and sizes, it will be almost impossible to do so! While some people do hate the look of a responsive website theme they are great for keeping the content (and of course the ads) readable and clear on most devices, but they don't always look right and with the wrong size as it can create white gaps of nothing which makes the site look untidy, especially on smaller smartphones.

Is it possible to make bespoke themes for every kind of device?


While you could try to make a mobile/tablet and desktop theme work it will sadly fail a lot of the time because of all the different shapes and sizes out there like I said in the paragraph above, but that will also mean a lot of extra work for you especially when it comes to side by side content like ads next to a block of text or image.

So its impossible to make a website that suits all devices?


So its impossible to make a website that suits all devices?


At the end of the day, a nice responsive desktop theme and a fast mobile theme (or AMP's) is the best way to go and everything else that doesn't fit into those sizes aren't really worth bothering about. With smartphones getting taller and bigger a single page layout is the best way to go, especially when it comes to making sure those ads are in the right place. Just don't be quick to rule out any media device just yet because the usage, especially on a desktop PC or Laptop is still much higher than you might think.

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