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I know this is an old topic, but its relevancy is becoming greater nowadays (2015-06-17). As Google mentions in this document, you are allowed to hide any ad (not just link ads units) "on smaller mobile devices". For example, if you specifically want the adslot not to show up in screens under 400px in width, then you can do this (Google's own example): ...


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It shouldn't be a problem from Google's point of view. They allow ads behind a login, even when that content isn't publicly available at all. From the AdSense ad placement policies: Ads on pages behind a login Publishers are welcome to place Google ads on password-protected pages as long as those pages comply with our program policies. When ...


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I think we should start from these facts: This algorithmic change noticeably affects less than 1% of searches globally. ... On a typical website, it can take several weeks for Googlebot to crawl and process enough pages to reflect layout changes on the site. http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.it/2012/01/page-layout-algorithm-improvement.html ...



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