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    Ad placement in this MINI Wallpaper SITE!

    Hello,

    How is the ad placement in this mini wallpaper site...
    I am not going to update it with any more pictures....

    One time investment of time and money ( domain has to be renewed.)

    How are the ads???
    colors??

    Shriya saran wallpapers


  2. I only see AdSense link units? Why no ad units?

    But really, AdSense sucks at this type site. There's not enough text for AdSense to find relevant ads.

    You'll probably be a lot better off using a CPM ad network.
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    Yes... I though the link units will be like the navigation bar and people will click it.
    The ads are not so relevant.. I shall try some CPM network.. For Now, till i get some rankings , I am sticking to adsense.

    Shall i add ad units ??
    Which ad blocks shall i add??

    Is there any other way/ways to show ads relevant to the site....

    The title, desc, and keywords in Meta doesn't seem to help here..

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    I though the link units will be like the navigation bar and people will click it.
    Very nice thinking.. lolz

    I was also checking that only !

    You can also use some image ads.. some people click them also.

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    Try placing a vertical ad on the right side of the photos on the "large" pages.

    As Will has pointed out, there's isn't any text that the googlebot can crawl to properly target the ads.

    Consider writing out a description for each photo and placing it in the meta description tag or alt tag of the photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital View Post
    Very nice thinking.. lolz

    I was also checking that only !

    You can also use some image ads.. some people click them also.

    - Digital -
    Thanks Digital.


    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    Try placing a vertical ad on the right side of the photos on the "large" pages.

    As Will has pointed out, there's isn't any text that the googlebot can crawl to properly target the ads.

    Consider writing out a description for each photo and placing it in the meta description tag or alt tag of the photo.

    The Meta description and keywords have already been added.
    I will now have to add the ALT tag.

    Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Made the site look better now with some ad spots .

    When i view the site locally C;//documents and settings...... index.html

    I get very relevant google ads.

    When , I view it online I get completely irrelevant ads.

    Struggling with this.

    I think i will have to add more content.

    Will adsense section targeting work better ???? Any ideas ?
    Last edited by ChrisFletcher; 19 August, 2009 at 09:45 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisFletcher View Post
    Made the site look better now with some ad spots .

    When i view the site locally C;//documents and settings...... index.html

    I get very releavn google ads.

    When , I view it online I get completely irrelevant ads.

    Struggling with this.

    I think i will have to add more content.

    Will adsense section targeting work better ???? Any ideas ?
    It sometimes takes a few days for the adsense bot to crawl the site and show new ads. Give it a week and see what happens.

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    Will adsense section targeting work better ???? Any ideas ?
    Personally, i don't think so in this case because your site already has minimal text.
    You need more keyword rich text and then it may be useful for section targetting. Another reason why you need more text is that Google might not like the way it is now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    It sometimes takes a few days for the adsense bot to crawl the site and show new ads. Give it a week and see what happens.
    Yeah. I will give it some time then.



    Quote Originally Posted by Loko View Post
    Personally, i don't think so in this case because your site already has minimal text.
    You need more keyword rich text and then it may be useful for section targetting. Another reason why you need more text is that Google might not like the way it is now.
    Alright.
    Do you mean there are too much ads in the site??

    I think it is in accordance and complainant to google terms. No???

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