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AdSense now lets you change your fonts

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One of the main things about Google AdSense ads is that the font has always been the same boring style with no way for us to change them. Well, no longer according to a post on the official Google AdSense blog. You can now choose between Arial, Times and Verdana fonts and while that sure doesn’t seem like a lot it is an improvement over a choice of one.

As well you can apparently select one of the new fonts to be a default for any new ads created as well as changing the fonts used in individual ads currently being shown. From their announcement on the new choices

However, you can also select custom font faces for specific ad units that you’ve created with the Manage Ads feature. When creating new ad units, you’ll be prompted to select between the default ‘Standard AdSense font family’, your new account-wide font face (if you’ve selected one), or another font face. You can also change the appearance of existing ad units, by visiting the Manage Ads page of your account and updating your font choices for specific ad units. Once you’ve changed the font face of an ad unit away from the default, those selections will be maintained even if you change your account-wide settings later.

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