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The problem with traffic exchanges is its always dead traffic. They are doing the same thing you are and your website is basically ignored. You'll get hits and thats about it. I would never pay for a link exchange service either, they are always scams. You'll end up getting link backs from spam and usually ends up having a negative effect on your site, not a ...


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AdSense uses a crawler called Mediapartners-Google. It doesn't crawl your entire site using the sitemap. Rather, when a user requests a page with ads on it, it crawls that URL on the fly. If you are no longer serving pages with ads on those URLs, the AdSense bot will stop crawling those URLs without any intervention from you. My guess is that when ...


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It seems you fixed this. For anyone else, you have to set the ad size to a mobile available size. If the ad is set to leaderboard 728x90, then it won't display on mobile. Instead, create a mobile specific ad unit, or change the ad size to a mobile-available size, or Responsive, which will size it automatically depending on available space and device.


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The AdSense crawler wouldn't know about your dev site unless you told it about it somehow. Either: You submitted your dev site accidentally when applying for AdSense Your live site links to your dev site somehow To fix this: Resubmit your AdSense application and make sure to specify the correct site Run a crawler against your own live site and make ...


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Use div containers and put both the big and small links, then use media queries to display:none.


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Choose a skin optimised for ads. The first result is Skin:Refreshed.


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Ok I have the answer to this. In the ad editor, you can click Text Ad Styles and there is an option for changing the font and size. I did not remember those. They were set to "Optimal", but it doesn't say how it determines what is optimal! Obviously it is not optimal. So I changed it to small font size and they appear better.


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You can use Google's advertising with HTTPS: http://googledevelopers.blogspot.nl/2013/09/https-compatible-ad-code-for-adsense.html


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I don't think that this has to do with ad type. Advertising companies shows ads based on user history. I don't think that you can do that because not every ad has the same CPC and if this can be done everyone will chose to show only ads with high CPC.


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I think @media-queries are simpler. You load the two ad units and under 768px you hide one and show the other. This is valid. The solution you are using is good but as you insert the new ad unit under 768, you also need to remove the other. This guide from Google explains what you can't do: Hiding ad units at anytime (e.g., display:none), unless ...



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