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The best indicator I have found so far is by looking at the website selling site https://flippa.com/ and keeping an eye on the "High End" sales. The largest sale I've seen go through so far that doesn't hide it's particulars is: https://flippa.com/138899-the-inqusitr-rare-opp-to-buy-15k-month-news-site-with-1-5-million-uniques This particular site ...


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You're lucky google hasn't issued you a warning (or have they?). According to this: http://adsense.blogspot.ca/2006/12/ad-and-image-placement-policy.html Google is advising publishers against aligning images to ads in a way where there the odds of a relationship between the two are good. What I would suggest is have text in-between the ads and the image ...


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The information you specified Gender, Interests is not a major factor to consider when trying to improve Google Adsense eCPM. What makes Google Adsense so good and popular is the fact they also know your website visitors, and therefor are able to target the ads accordingly. However, your audience demographics might be useful to figure out other revenue ...


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One solution is to change the position with css. As you are going to be swapping the ad positions I would rename them in the HTML too to save confusion. <div id="imagesequence"> <div class="prev">...</div> <div class="ad_right">...</div> <div class="image">...</div> <div ...


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Sometimes, yes. Due to the fact, that Google can target its specific ads better and that the shown ads are focusing on the content the reader is interested in. Hence leading to more clicks, meaning more revenue for you. If you deliver broader topics, shown ads may be revelant to your site (for example PHP topics), but the content the visitor is interested ...



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