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I want to create a website that will grab content from other news websites using their RSS and insert it in my database. I am only going to show the title and an excerpt with a link to the original post. Is this a good idea? No, because you're using someone else's content Will Google ban my website? If you keep it up, then Google will ...


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Not really sure could we consider that as a "modification", but in my understanding it is acceptable - AdSense Help Center says adsbygoogle.js can be loaded once, and it doesn't say where. adsbygoogle.js within the HEAD tags is loaded asynchronously - the async attribute if forcing asynchronous mode. About the asynchronous ad code > FAQ ...


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It is okay to register a Google My Business account with the business owner's google account, or a google account you create for them on their behalf. This is the better solution for the business owner as well, because it gives them full control and access, and it avoids the business owner having to log in to your own account if they want to make changes. ...


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I've used adsense before and they don't require that they become your only source of ads. Having said that, you still have to follow their content rules and that includes ads. If you have content that is against their policies like adult content or hate related information among others, they will cancel your account. I'm sure that if you have ads that go ...


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You need an Ad Server. Feel free to use any that suits your needs, but Google has one and makes it available for free: DFP. It is a good choice if you are running AdSense as well because it has tighter integration with AdSense than other ad servers.


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Google does not publish clear guidelines about how much ad space is acceptable above the fold for organic search engine rankings. I really wish Google would do so. The best guidance we have gotten is when Matt Cutts said that a post-it-note sized ad on a desktop site should be acceptable. My biggest site has been effected by every update of Google's top ...


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Google has released a refresh of its Page Layout Algorithm before almost a year ago. The filter, also known as the Top Heavy algorithm, downgrades the ranking of a web page with too many ads at the top or if the ads are deemed too distracting for users.


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There’s several ways that you can approach this but it’s in my honest opinion that the best method would be to block the adsense client side rather than server-side. Please note that Adsense never begins at the server, its the client that triggers the adverts, not your server, so with this said here are a few methods that come to mind: Server-side htaccess ...


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testing it on a mobile device from western USA (where I think google is) shows about a 320ms TTFB Sites hosted in South Africa (the country which is closest to western USA antipode) are doing fine with AdSense, so I believe CDN won't solve "$0 RPM problem". You said on the "desktop site I'm making something in RPM", so do you actually have some ...



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