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    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    In the footer I put the 728x90 banner to resemble "More Information" type links.
    I noticed that as I was looking at it. Good idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    I've also just changed the source a little so that the sidebar ad appears last in the source code, so that the big 336 block has the highest paying keywords followed by the banner, and then the sidebar.
    I had no idea you could do that. Am I mistaken, or are you saying AdSense loads the highest paying ads in the units that load the fastest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectro View Post
    I noticed that as I was looking at it. Good idea.



    I had no idea you could do that. Am I mistaken, or are you saying AdSense loads the highest paying ads in the units that load the fastest?
    No, AdSense loads the highest paying ads in the order that they appear in the source code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    No, AdSense loads the highest paying ads in the order that they appear in the source code.
    I see. I just went back and re-read this and saw what Will posted about it.

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    Be careful not to place too many Ad units on a page. Check the current TOS for Adsense. And remember that the click value degrades with each new Ad unit appearing in the source code.

    So you want your visitor to click on the highest paying Ad, therefore you need to place the first Ad unit in the hot spot where people leave your page via a click. This may be at the end of a blog post or near the start of your web page that didn't quite give them what they expected following a search

    Another technique is to have a vertical Ad unit that looks somewhat like site navigation links in a side bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy101 View Post
    Be careful not to place too many Ad units on a page. Check the current TOS for Adsense.
    Isn't 3 the maximum, but some sites get an exception where they can display 4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectro View Post
    Isn't 3 the maximum, but some sites get an exception where they can display 4?
    Last time I read the TOS you are allowed 3 ad units and 3 link units.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    Last time I read the TOS you are allowed 3 ad units and 3 link units.
    6 total? That seems like a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectro View Post
    6 total? That seems like a lot.
    The more the better. Better that they click on an ad then to hit the back button

  9. Quote Originally Posted by vectro View Post
    6 total? That seems like a lot.
    Plus two AdSense for Search units.
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    Its like bombarded with ads. Among those two, first one is good. your 360* add is after some texts over there. Place that add above all text, but below title.

    I suggest you to use simple design which have one 360* add and some link unit. Simple converts more. Experts suggested that. I followed that.

    All the best

    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Plus two AdSense for Search units.
    Its funny man, Ofcourse he could avoid some contents to place that.

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