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Google will target the ad toward the language of the page, the site, the user, and the advertiser: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/2753586?hl=en This is a good question however! I can see hesitating creating 24 channels though that may be a great idea(!) for the advertiser and you may (likely) get better bids on these channels. You can, I assume, ...
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Google have answered this question for you: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/6090783?hl=en-GB Might not exactly pinpoint the issue, but it really could be a whole lot of reasons. For one, are you absolutely certain that each and every pageview on your site is generating an ad impression?
This looks like a standard Google internal error message most likely because they are updating their services or because their services are overloaded.
If you visit your website once in a blue moon with a new browser configuration every time, then chances are you'll see the true advertisers. Also, if you visit your website from another computer, you may see true advertisers. If however you refresh the page frequently or you visit multiple pages of your own site in a short time frame, then theres a high ...
...it would only serve 300x600 once, and the other two will be 300x250. It's generally not a good idea to define ads at these sizes, especially if your ads are located "above the fold", meaning in the section of the page a user can see before scrolling. Additionally, you will need to have a lot of content on your page to even qualify for such setup and ...
From the definition you provided it sounds like that would be fine. I don't think the 300x250 ads would count as "large" ads according to their definition.
Impressions for link ads are different from regular ad impressions (and lot of people I know get confused because of it). An impression for a link ad is counted when someone click on a link ad and then is shown plenty of related ads in a separate page. You will make money only if the user click again on any of these ad (may be some without click for CPM ...
its very easy but you should follow some terms & regulations of Google adsense here is http://www.mybloggingmoney.com/things-to-do-before-applying-for-google-adsense-publisher-account/ detail listed. no minimum traffic require to apply for adsense, but only minimum unique content. However, you won't paid by Adsense until you make $100
You dont need to worry about this because it might just be a delayed message or caused by a bug in the system And you'r saying your account is alreday acctivated so no need to worry but make sure that ads you have created or public(if you have any)
It's certainly against the policies to display a 4th ad or more with infinite scroll. It souldn't be, as it just replicates legitimate pagination functionality, but they probably don't want to open the door to abuse so we'll have to just take it as it is. It may also be against the policies if you don't fully display all 3 from the beginning but only add ...
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