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You don't want to block duplicate content with robots.txt. Google's guidelines say: Google does not recommend blocking crawler access to duplicate content on your website, whether with a robots.txt file or other methods. If search engines can't crawl pages with duplicate content, they can't automatically detect that these URLs point to the same content ...


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If you prevent robots from indexing content, these websites are not considered as duplicate versions, and Google will ignore them. In fact, noindex is usually applied to "print version" of web articles. That's the most similar scenario. In other scenarios, I would suggest to use redirection or canonicalization. For the ads: it depends. You need to read the ...


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Did you receive this message in your AdSense account in April month "Your site's mobile-friendliness is now considered as a Google Search ranking signal." After applying this changes all adsense users getting lower RPM. Maybe your website is not mobile friendly.


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To add to the excellent answer provided by @bybe, I would say that it's not a problem viewing your own videos while interacting with your audience - as long as you don't accidentally click on the ads while your video is playing. You can filter out your own views in Google Analytics if it's affecting your analytics statistics.


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You're be logged in while commenting so your impressions won't count. Your views may temporary count but at the end of each month (23rd) the ads are recalculated and they remove self impressions.


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That is Google's "500 Internal Server" error. Something went wrong building the page for you. When I get this message in AdSense I usually refresh the page. One thing that I've noticed causes this issue is logging out of Google (or switching Google accounts) in another tab. I do so frequently enough that I now use Firefox for most of my browsing, but ...


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Anything below 320 x 50 would be pretty small and difficult for user's to see. This wouldn't give a strong impression to guests


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Google recommends certain sizes because the have the most inventory for those sizes. Advertisers only upload a limited number creatives and tend to start with the most popular sizes. You are free to use whatever sizes fit your design best. If you find that the recommended sizes don't work for your site, don't use them. If you can make room for the ...


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Given that in most cases ads are delivered based on a person's search and browsing history, every person will likely see different ads at different times.


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I created multiple Ad units of the three most popular sizes (recommended by Google) and then worked out my design for where placement could alternate. Skinny tower vs wide tower, small vs large banner, small vs large box. Like Joshua recommends I ran these with rotate, each add would toggle it's choice in the desired location. For each test iteration I ...


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Duplication can be a big factor. If title or meta description tags are duplicated within pages, then google might begin to think that the two pages are nearly the same. This can be worse if the tags are duplicated across different domains especially if one is managed by someone else. If you want adsense, read the policies and avoid duplicate content, avoid ...


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First of all, check all Google AdSense policies and try to make your blog user friendly. Your blog should be clear and informative, don't use complicated blog design. Always post good content. Don't share any pirated software, hacking tricks, or any other useless things.



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