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The main site is build on Hype and it's full of animation so it cannot be only one responsive site. That is not true at all. Hype has responsive design features, so you can can update your animation so that it is runs one way on desktops and another way on mobiles while being served within the same page of the same website. Hype itself is literally a ...


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It's called adaptive web development. You need to detect the user-agent and serve different markup based on the device. In PHP, you can use $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']. You'll want to include this code in order to let Google know what you're up to: <?php Header('Vary: User-Agent'); ?> Here's some more info: ...


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Chances are people probably aren't staying long on your site if your earning nothing from them. Google have a short TLDR in regards to this. Also consider a rule like YouTube that if people watch for less than 30 seconds, you earn no revenue from the video. It just appears that it's likely judging the content to not be good enough on your page.


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Google does not publish clear guidelines about how much ad space is acceptable above the fold for organic search engine rankings. I really wish Google would do so. The best guidance we have gotten is when Matt Cutts said that a post-it-note sized ad on a desktop site should be acceptable. My biggest site has been effected by every update of Google's top ...


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Google has released a refresh of its Page Layout Algorithm before almost a year ago. The filter, also known as the Top Heavy algorithm, downgrades the ranking of a web page with too many ads at the top or if the ads are deemed too distracting for users.


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A CDN will help you reducing latency. CDNs like Amazon CloudFront, CloudFlare and others store your assets in redundant locations, that means that each user requires the contents of your website to the nearest server. These services usually have data center in many parts of the world. This will surely decrease your website's response time, and this would ...


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testing it on a mobile device from western USA (where I think google is) shows about a 320ms TTFB Sites hosted in South Africa (the country which is closest to western USA antipode) are doing fine with AdSense, so I believe CDN won't solve "$0 RPM problem". You said on the "desktop site I'm making something in RPM", so do you actually have some ...



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