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There is no hard and fast rule on how many pixels space you need to place as it varies. The gap needed between an adsense unit and a button will be larger on a mobile device than on a desktop using a mouse and the requirement is that it needs to be of adequate spacing to prevent inadvertent clicks when trying to click the button or link instead. The only ...


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There is no fixed spacing requirement other than the above mentioned "can't lead to confusion". The only notable exception to this is that AdSense placement must be a minimum of 150 pixels away from any flash games and this is to avoid accidental ad clicks from users frantically clicking around a flash game. A good rule of thumb I have used in the past when ...


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Without talking about the sites you specifically mention the tools Google uses to identify breaches of AdSense Ad placement policies are automated tools with some manual human searches. When you take into account the sheer number of sites running AdSense you start to see how enormous of a task this is. Because of this Google does provide a web form for ...


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Much of the verification process is automated and as such can throw false positives. I was tasked with adding AdSense to a health services blog and it was denied for sexuaally explicit content as one of the blog posts contained the word "sex", the overall blog article in question was around men's sexual health and was in no way sexually explicit as it was ...


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Beyond the concern of ad blindness Google AdSense has terms stating that you can have a maximum of 3 ads on your page in total taking into account AdSense ads as well as ads from other networks. Google does enforce this and has been known to deactivate AdSense ads from a page if there are an excess of ads on it which can cause revenue issues and which can ...


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You can follow the instructions located at https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/30629?hl=en which specifically deal with configuring which types of ads to show in your ad units. Basically you can specify that you want to show text and image ads or text only ads. The thing to keep in mind though is that if you specify text only ads the revenue you make ...


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This is a glitch with the MIME types on the AdSense servers which occurred some time ago. Last time I spoke to Google about it I was told that it was being fixed but it still comes up on occasion. When this happens the only real solution is to disable adsense for a few days to give Google a chance to patch the AdSense servers and fix the issue, unfortunately ...


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Firstly don't worry about the Google Affiliate Network as that service is being retired by Google and the current recommendation is for current users of the Google Affiliate Network to move across to AdSense or AdWords based on whether they are a publisher or advertiser. (See the notice here: https://www.google.com.au/ads/affiliatenetwork/) Secondly you ...


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The same URL should have the same content. As for cloaking that only comes into play if you are presenting one set of content to Googlebot and another set of content to the end users. If you are concerned about the duplicate content aspect of having two URL's which have much the same content you can use the rel="canonical" tag to tell Google that the page is ...


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Unfortunately there is no way to do this at the moment. Google won't let you force a recheck of your site out of their standard check for adsense.


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That approach could be against Adsense policies because as it seems you won't control what each author publishes. If the content they publish doesn't complies Adsense policy then your Adsense account can be blocked. As you may know, AdSense publishers are ultimately responsible for the traffic on their ads. For this reason, it’s critical that you ...



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