ii - Unknown, but it may help to keep the information under seal in the court records instead of being accessible to anyone who requests the records of the case.
c. I wouldn't at this time. This has very little to do with you personally. The plaintiff is attempting to show that Google acted in an arbitrary or capricious fashion when they closed his ...
Micheal Kleber(Google Engineer)
Yes, it is fine to load adsbygoogle.js only once. That's certainly
how I would do it for a web page I was designing: load it just once
from <head>. It's only included directly in the AdSense snippet to
make it as easy as possible for people to copy-and-paste the HTML.
Goran is right that loading it multiple ...
When you create an Adsense ad, you can select it to be either responsive or fixed size.
If it's a fixed size, you'll get the sizing thrown into the ad as part of the styling:
However, if you choose a responsive size, it will display something like this:
Its a waste to show my already existing customers my company ads.
It isn't, but we won't address using remarketing to drive referrals, reviews and upsells in in this question.
To combat segmenting with remarketing, lets focus on this part of the question:
My customers would regularly visit my website to access the updates about their account.
...what is the reason for doing such a nonsense thing?
be associated with a competitor and want to take traffic away from your site. An exact clone of your site on another domain can only be detrimental to your sites SEO.
be trying to increase the value of their domain (an established site that receives lots of traffic), which they can then ...
According to Google, they open ads in a new window based on the user's location. In some countries/cultures, it is the prevailing norm for links to open in a new window.
Generally, it is our policy to not allow Google ads to open in a new window. However, in a few markets, including China, we've found that opening ads in a new window better aligns with ...
I think you're going to find opinions supporting both sides on this situation. One group will say that it is unprofessional because all you're trying to do is lure people in with second-hand information in the off chance they might click one of your ads and earn you revenue. The other side will say it's your blog, do with it what you will. Personally, I'm in ...
Sites showing Google ads should be easy ...
It's my understanding that GA4 does not yet offer this functionality. GA4 is not yet totally production ready, hence why the upgrade documentation recommends installing both GA3 and GA4 together, so as to have the benefits of GA3 functionality and reporting, while learning the GA4 interface, and reporting/analysis features as it gains upgrades and ...
Google requires that sites be up and running with a representative sample of content before they are approved for Google AdSense.
At least 30 pages of content (for example 30 blog posts) with complete sentences and paragraphs
Enough text content for content matching to work (not just images, videos, or Flash)
No "under construction", "beta", or "coming ...
User Gracey says in this Google Product Forum:
You can use ads for more than one pub-ID on a website, however, you are still restricted to a total of 3 adsense ad units and 3 adsense links units on any page (not 3 for each pub-ID, 3 in total).
Here is another Google Product Forum where user i4c claims:
Google states "Publishers are permitted to place ...
These so called tools that valuate your site, are junk sites to get traffic and ad impressions. Nothing more.
It is impossible for an outsider to know how much traffic your site has, how many ad impressions you have made, and your click-through rate. Often they use free metrics such as Alexa which is pure garbage. These are junk calculations, but amazingly, ...
Responsive link units are now available in adsense.
Responsive link units allow you to support a wide range of devices (i.e., computers, phones, tablets, etc.) by automatically adapting their size to fit your page layout. They're intended to work with sites built with responsive design, but will work on non-responsive sites too. Regardless of which device ...
Take a look at this page. Search for 'Ad placement'. It says:
Google ads, search boxes or search results may not be:
Displayed in pop-ups or pop-unders.
I'm not sure if
sidebar that is being pulled out on a click.
is a 'popup' too. To read all the policies of AdSense, take a look at this page. This may not be the answer you were looking for, but you ...
You are not allowed to request an ad to AdSense and to not display it. In order words, if you load the ad when the user clicks on the side bar, this might be ok.
But, preloading is not ok, since there is a reasonable probability that the ad won't be displayed to the user (when he/she does not click on the sidebar). In this case, Google would count it as an ...
Adsense policies are clear about sexual content, ads cannot be displayed next to such content. I guess they don't make a difference between porn and scientific sex conversations.
If I were you, I would stop doing it right now, or you might be banned from AdSense.
Google ads may not be placed on content that provides tips regarding sexual performance or discusses some treatments of sexual health issues. Examples include, but are not limited to:
advice about improving sexual performance
discussions and/or images of sexually transmitted diseases
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 ...
Google does not have a strict standard of spacing of Adsense advertisement in a pixel by pixel sense.
The purpose of the 'adequate spacing' terminology is so that users do not confuse navigation elements or content of your website with advertisements.
If your AdSense Banner was on the Navigation bar for example and was indiscernible from content or other ...
Your understanding of RPM is correct. From their help document:
Page revenue per thousand impressions (RPM) is calculated by dividing your estimated earnings by the number of page views you received, then multiplying by 1000.
Page RPM = (Estimated earnings / Number of page views) * 1000
For example, if you earned an estimated $0.15 from 25 page ...
All format size in Adsense is in fixed sizes that you can see at the link.
You forgot something that Adsense also has responsive ads format (managed in google adsense if you log in) which has its flexibility work based on where the codes placed/installed. This format can be the same as fixed as I mention and also has its own size.
Google will penalize pages with an excessive number of ads but you can have up to three ad blocks with no penalty (based on AdSense policy). As for page load it does effect pagerank but not a ridiculously huge amount compared to how content affects it.
Update 4 March 2018:
I should probably add to this that ad providers such as Google AdSense generally load ...
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Just some ideas to consider:
You only use the word "video" once.
You use the word "game" twice.
Switching the focus from guns to game (or "gaming guns") might help to achieve your goal. You could also reformat the site so that the guns are separated into which levels you can access them in, or what/where in the game you have to do to get the gun. That ...
It sounds like Google DFP is a solution that would work for you. I'm using DFP with Adsense because DFP:
can show ads other than AdSense and have them compete with AdSense
can rotate ads from a single advertiser in the same slot to find out which one works the best.
can rotate ads from many advertisers according to priorities and revenue.
Encouraging them to disable AdBlock doesn't mean you're encouraging them to click the ads. There's a big difference.
I wouldn't worry about that and give it a try, though I doubt you'll have any success with that method.
Directly from your Adsense Welcome email :)
You can add the AdSense code to a new page or site that complies with our program policies at any time. There's no need to inform us or
apply for a new account when you do. Please make sure our crawler can
access any webpage you place ad code on: http://goo.gl/NyUEy
The Google ...
I don't see any reason that it wouldn't be OK with AdSense.
The only issue you might have is from the organic search side. If you are showing any kind of content only to search users (including ads) that could be considered "cloaking". To ensure that you don't get an organic ranking penalty, you would want to make sure you serve the same page to search ...
Ad clicks are definitely not equal in value. There are so many variables that can effect the cost-per-click (CPC).
Google answers why AdWords users get charged lower then their maximum CPC bids here.
The other main thing to consider is that Google uses a wide range of advertisers, so different ads will pay/cost different amounts.