Calling all Carriers -- Introducing AdSense for mobile search

Tuesday, February 10, 2009 | 11:00 AM

In September 2007, we launched Adsense for mobile content so that publishers could join our mobile content network and monetize their sites with Google text ads.

Today, we're happy to announce a new AdSense product for both mobile network operators and mobile website owners across the globe. AdSense for mobile search is a quick and easy way for carriers and mobile publishers to embed a Google search box on their mobile portals and web sites. Whether they are day-dreaming of Hawaii or trying to find the perfect Valentine's day gift, mobile phone users will get instant access to Google search including comprehensive web search, local, image, and news results -- all formatted for their phones. Mobile operators and website owners share in the ad revenue generated by searches originating from their sites.

AdSense for mobile search is a Google-hosted solution, which means users will experience the same speed, reliability, and innovation that they've come to expect from Google. And even though the results pages are served by Google, the pages can be cobranded with publishers' logos and linked back to their sites. See the mock-up on the left.

If you're interested in beta-testing AdSense for mobile search, please fill out this form. And if you are coming to Barcelona next week for the Mobile World Congress, make sure to fill out the form by Friday, February 13. We are inviting a limited number of carriers and publishers for a private information session about AdSense for mobile search and would love to meet you. Note that filling out the form does not guarantee participation in the program.

4 comments:

p4ladin said...

nice blog

Deals and Coupons said...

vow, This is great news Adsense for mobile. i expected to take mobile adsense service for my websites.

Thanks again.

Mary said...

Adsense for mobile will shake up this market! Many companies are competing for the mobile user advertising interaction, this is another option. Let's wait and see.

alan said...

So when can we expect this to be launched I am waiting with baited breath :)