- a fixed header that is always at the top of the page
- a content page that is loaded when a user clicks a button (ie click "blog" and the "content" div tag gets loaded w/ the blog contents. Click "about" and the "content" div tag gets loaded w/ the about us page. When the user clicks a button on the page, the index.html and header do NOT reload; only the "content" div tag on index.html refreshes with new info.
I am using CPM advertising. This may sound like an obvious question but because the user stays on "index.html" and doesn't explicitly navigate to a "blog.html" page nor a "about.html" page, will that hurt my advertising revenue? Or, are the ad networks (buysellads.com, etc) smart enough to figure out that the user IS loading new content implicitly?
EDIT: The ad would be w/in the fixed header portion, not in the "content" part