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I've never advertised on Yandex before, but the way that describe ad matching there sounds exactly like how Google Adwords works. So I would say that it is pretty normal. You can get around these problems by specifying a "match type" for every keyword you bid on. So when you bid on site you want it to be "exact match" so that it doesn't trigger ads when ...
Your question is google-adsense tagged, so the first what you will probably want to try are "AdSense Experiments". https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/4599562?hl=en Here are some examples of the types of experiments that you can run: Compare the performance of text-only ad units to ad units that have both text and display enabled ...
Probably AB testing AB test your pages by showing different ads to different groups of users, record and track the best variations to optimize your CTAs
I believe what you are looking for is http://www.revive-adserver.com/ This is a fork off the old OpenX code base before it was sold. It can section your website off into different sell-able regions and the like. This will be the best starting point for what you are looking to do.
I ran a test using http://www.cachedpages.com/ on a blog using ad sense. The Google cached page does not load ads. In this case, the answer to your question would be no. However, I ran the same test with another site using a different ad network, and the ads were loaded. So in this case, the answer to your question is yes. Conclusion: it depends of the ad ...
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