By Ed Oswald | Wednesday, February 11, 2009 at 7:58 am
Mobile publishers and carriers will now be able to cash in on Google’s moves into mobile advertising through a new program launched by the search giant on Tuesday. Called AdSense for Mobile Search, it would allow developers to easily integrate Google search into their applications.
The offering is much like its preexisiting program for non-mobile sites. The developer would be able to add a custom logo to the results, as well as custom links back to its site. If users click on an ad, a portion of that revenue is shared with the developer.
Google had already been offering a version of the AdSense service for mobile websites: that has been available since September 2007. This solution however is hosted completely on Google’s servers.
Interested beta testers are being asked to fill out this form.