A responsive layout will also benefit your advertisers so they should be behind you on this.
the largest being 728x90
This should obviously be 100% width on a small screen (and possibly the same for your other "banners"), however, it may need redesigning to work properly on mobile (the height is unlikely to be sufficient if simply scaled down). But, as ...
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Google allows three different mobile configurations:
Responsive web design
Although there are many advantages to responsive, Google allows any of the three.
You have can a separate mobile site or you can serve different sized banners entirely to your mobile users.
As w3d says, your advertisers will want their ads to look ...
Here is a similar question and answer I found on the Adwords Community forum:
Just wanted to let your know that HTML5 or any display ad on AdWords
cannot be used with form elements in it. As you said, any click on the
HTML5 ads will redirect you to the landing page plus any display ads
that mimic a feature that they cannot actually perform (i.e. ...
People who do use google ads have an option of using the 320x50 ad unit perfect for mobile devices. When google tests pages for mobile usability, it checks to see if the page can nicely fit on a device 320 pixels wide without the need to scroll sideways to view all content.
Your best bet is to optimize your page to fit within a 320 pixel width and add the ...
It is absolutely OK to dofollow link among domain and subdomain.
It could be a problem with dofollow linking, if you link two TLD domains among each other - in this case Google could suspect a PBN building, which is against its guidelines about manipulation of link juice flow. In case of TLD domains it is recommended to link with nofollow.
Both will work, and both will help you in paid advertising.
The nofollow link is nofollow, it's don't care weather it is external or internal. It do same thing.
Special note : Google can crawl Nofollow links, so if they land on some advertising website, and see malicious and not safe content, then it might hurts your website. But it will be fine for most ...
Yes, this will work, but I do not understand what are you concerned about. Paid links/banners etc. should have nofollow tag (at least according to Google's guidelines, but that's something completely different). Technically, it does not matter whether you have it as link attribute or redirect via disallowed directory.
Another option is to use X-Robots-Tag ...
Your website would be adding value through:
(a) the aggregation of relevant content snippets from many sources;
(b) the reformatting of content for easy reading
You could also consider enabling recruiters to post job ...
If you have real users who value your website then you will not have any problems. I run a niche website that publish content that is also available on many other websites and successfully run adsense for years. The way how information is organised, search functions, etc - all this can create a "value". But I have real users from direct and organic traffic ...
A review of the Google AdSense Program Policy does not indicate that this would be an issue. The only mention that even comes close to duplicate content is that sites may not contain copyrighted materials which based on your question won't be an issue for your site.
The important rule to follow is that your site should provide valuable content and service ...