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You say that there are page speed requirements but they are actually recommendations, guidelines, and best practices. Most of the time, you would do better to follow the advice, but there are times when the advice is inappropriate or not worth the effort. You don't need to get a perfect score. Any score about "80%" is probably good enough. For search ...
I think you have half answered your own query. You need to create an html file. However, instead of implementing the responsiveness yourself, you can use any of the ad networks providing responsive ad code in the html e.g. buysellads provide responsive ads. I am sure most of the better ad networks must be providing responsive ad code. However, if you want ...
I hope you have made the required changes to the adsense code for SSL compliance. Read this - https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/10528?hl=en&ref_topic=1307438 Also, like 25-50% of the time, it just shows blank space (so AdSense has no ads for me), but that too should not affect PPT. Adsense fill rate generally remain over 90% for almost all ...
Gracey addresses this question in the Google Product Forums If your Adsense account was cancelled, then you can only reapply for a new AdSense account using a completely NEW Google account and NEW gmail account. You can't sign up again with any account you previously used. So you cannot use the same Google account or email address. I have not seen ...
Yeah, adsense reports doesn't provide 'ad unit' and 'sites' linking report or I've also failed to find it. Apart from cache (which ideally should refresh after few weeks), another possibility (which I have witnessed with my sites) is perhaps a scraper or user has posted your entire content in some forum or webpage (along with your adsense code) which keeps ...
I guess, if you have already cancelled your account, you can reapply - even with the same (or different) email id and same bank account details. Adsense policy just require you to have atmost one account and it seems, you now have none and so can surely apply.
You can refer to Backup ads information page for that. In absence of ads, you can choose to display an empty box (default), a box filled with a selected color or a custom html for displaying some thing else (e.g. a banner ad for an in-house web site).
Google has published their recommendations on how to implement responsive units along with a code sample on how to hide the ad unit for certain screen sizes. You can view it here: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/3543893?hl=en&ref_topic=1307438 (Click on the heading titled Hiding an ad unit)
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