The official Google press center announces the new AdSense for mobile feature in a post called Google AdSense for Mobile unlocks the potential of the mobile advertising market.
"AdSense for Mobile also allows AdSense publishing partners the ability to earn revenue from their mobile websites through the targeted placement of mobile text ads. With this program, advertisers can connect with the growing number of mobile publishers, ultimately providing users with an enhanced mobile experience that helps them find what they are looking for more quickly and efficiently on the go. AdSense for Mobile is intended for AdSense partners who have created websites specifically for mobile browsers, and who want to monetize their mobile content via contextual advertising. Like Google's other AdSense products, mobile text ads run on an auction model. The system automatically reviews the content of publishersĂ˘â‚¬â„˘ mobile websites and delivers text ads that are relevant to the websitesĂ˘â‚¬â„˘ audience and content. Publishers earn money whenever mobile users click on the ads. AdSense for Mobile is now available to all mobile publishers in 13 countries worldwide. AdSense for Mobile will be available in the following countries: US, England, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Ireland, Russia, Netherlands, Australia, India, China, and Japan (available in the coming weeks)."
The AdSense blog also has a post announcing this new feature. This blog also tells you how to get started with AdSense for Mobile.
"If you have a website optimized for mobile browsers, or are interested in creating one, you can start monetizing your mobile site by accessing a growing number of our mobile advertisers.
When you add the new AdSense for mobile code to your site, we'll display relevant ads using the same targeting technology that you are familiar with for existing AdSense products.
To get started:
- Sign in to your account.
- Select the AdSense Setup tab and click on AdSense for mobile.
- Follow the instructions to customize your ad unit for AdSense for mobile."