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An advertising program run by Google Inc. that allows publishers in the Google Network of content sites to automatically serve text, image, video, and rich media adverts targeted to the site's content and audience.

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Either contact AdSense support or register using a new email address
answered Jul 18 '12 by Anagio
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I would like to point out that advertisers have the option in Google AdWords to choose only to show their ad's above the fold. Google can determine the screen resolution of a visitors browser and will …
answered Feb 21 '13 by Anagio
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AdSense for content: Up to three ad units and three link units may be placed on each page. Read up on current AdSense program policies
answered Mar 20 '12 by Anagio
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Yes if you have Google Analytics and Google AdSense linked, you can then go to the Content section in Analytics and view each page of your site along with the amount of revenue generated. See How do …
answered Aug 13 '12 by Anagio
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If you can provide a unique service like the websites you listed above, and it begins to receive traffic you should expect to be able to monetize the site. But the overall content on these sites is th …
answered Mar 15 '12 by Anagio
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I see your ad's showing on your home page. I would do a Control R refresh or F5 to clear you cache. Check in a private browser or from another device.
answered Jul 21 '14 by Anagio
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Yes it would be useful but Google will not tell you what ads were displayed when they were clicked on because then you could find out their payouts and advertisers CPC. Your best option is to setup A …
answered Jul 1 '12 by Anagio
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I doubt this, where did you read this and what proof did these publishers show? I run 3+ ads on a sites home page very specific content most clicks are a few cents but occasionally it can be as high a …
answered Nov 28 '12 by Anagio
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You have absolutely no control over your earnings as an AdSense member and publisher of AdWords ads. The advertisers set the CPC. Google shares the click revenue with you as a publisher. Google does n …
answered Mar 15 '12 by Anagio
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Run both AdSense and offer to sell ad space. Patch.com's network of websites includes both Google text and display ads along with their privately sold ad blocks sold to advertisers. Come up with a rat …
answered May 8 '12 by Anagio
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Ryan I don't think you'll find a larger ad network to join. You should filter those ads out in AdSense. More information on filtering ads here http://support.google.com/adsense/bin/answer.py?hl=en&ans …
answered Dec 9 '12 by Anagio
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Google may have deemed those clicks invalid for any number of reasons. Another possibility is that the account is so new it hasn't registered the earnings.
answered Jul 11 '12 by Anagio
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My experience is Google Ad's perform better because of the better related advertisers in their network. That said you can't make any assumptions like this or take peoples opinions. Because your visi …
answered May 4 '12 by Anagio
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Considering how many websites are dynamically generating content on the web I see no reason they would penalize you or have it against their TOS if you dynamically generated content on a single page f …
answered Oct 22 '12 by Anagio