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    New Expandable Adsense Ads


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    That's pretty cool!
    Thx for the heads up.

  3. "Keep in mind that you'll generate earnings from CPC expandable ads when a user visits the advertiser's landing page, and not when a user simply clicks to expand the ad."
    That part isn't very cool.
    It isn't possible to opt out of expandable ads specifically. If you don't want to display expandable ads, you may opt out of all image ads. You can also filter specific expandable ads with competitive ad filtering or the Ad Review Center. (In the Ad Review Center, expandable ads will be listed under 'Rich media ads' and marked with a 'Third-party ad sample' label.)
    That part is seriously un-cool.
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    Hmm.. good point Will... perhaps it isn't as nice an addition as I originally thought!

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    I won't use it, it doesn't fit right for proxies
    Though every addition is one

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    To be quite honest... I would be more than happy to display expandable ads... But, I don't like image ads (so I'm kind of the opposite).

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    Wow great news

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    On further note, as Jon a member on LT has just posted, it's pointless because they need to click it once to get to the rollover and again to get to the landing page. Why not just keep the normal ads and click once....

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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster View Post
    On further note, as Jon a member on LT has just posted, it's pointless because they need to click it once to get to the rollover and again to get to the landing page. Why not just keep the normal ads and click once....
    Really? I expected that, hence the term "rollover," the rollover would drop down when you rolled over the link.

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    I have few ideas how to use this as an advertiser. But if I understood correctly, these ads are not available to everyone yet.

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