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From https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/4410771 Google ads may not be placed on content that provides tips regarding sexual performance or discusses some treatments of sexual health issues. Examples include, but are not limited to: advice about improving sexual performance discussions and/or images of sexually transmitted diseases ...


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Adsense policies are clear about sexual content, ads cannot be displayed next to such content. I guess they don't make a difference between porn and scientific sex conversations. If I were you, I would stop doing it right now, or you might be banned from AdSense.


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From what I've read, the qualifications are (approx): 5 million search queries, or 20 million content page views per month. Other criteria is also at play, such as the general quality of your website and how original your content is. i.e. Inclusion is based on Google's perception of your website's reputation. Unfortunately, you can't apply to become a ...


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You have no revenue because you have zero clicks. Like many ad networks, Chitika pays only for valid clicks. They don't pay per impression. To get revenue, a user that sees the ad has to click on it.


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Stephen Ostermiller is correct. But I would like to add this for your understanding. Clicks on ads depend highly upon the relevance of the ad to the interest of the user. This is a difficult thing to do and has little to do with your site at times but rather the ad network. I do not know Chitika, but it is their job for their advertisers to deliver ads that ...


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Ad code you pasted is incomplete - only slot 9807209562 (first one) will be parsed, because there is only one adsbygoogle.push(). Copy/paste code from https://www.google.com/adsense again (preferably without any modification / "optimization") and you should see all three ads are working fine. If you want to learn more about how asynchronous AdSense code ...


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To get Google Custom Search terms to show up in Google Analytics, you need to have the custom search submit URL parameters to your site that Google Analytics can read. The code for the search box on my site looks something like this: <form action="/search" id=search-form> <input type=hidden name=cx value="partner-pub-123456789:987654321"> ...


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When websites receive over a certain volume of traffic/clicks/impressions, AdSense enables them to use more integrated looking, customised ad styles beyond those still pretty generic looking styles. Unless your traffic is above this threshold, you'll have to make do with the customisations you're allowed as shown in the other answer.



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