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Online store + AdSense?



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ohcnetwork
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I made a reference to interesting positioning of AdSense seen here http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=17104&page=1&pp=10 in this forum. What do you think about placing product description, link and image using marketing materials in online store(like AWS and eBay affiliate) and place AdSense ad unit right below, above, left or right?


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I generally use the same position, 160x600 skscrapers on the side. www.nfl-giants.com and www.travel-plan-idea.com use the same basic format but the CTR on the travel site is many times higher. I think that's because travel ads are inherently interesting...

With AWS, I get ads wherever. So far I haven't done much with www.culturedtravel.com or www.exerciseplaza.com but one day...


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With AWS, I get ads wherever. So far I haven't done much with www.culturedtravel.com or www.exerciseplaza.com but one day...

Can you think of some way to make use of AWS pictures?


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Yeah, exactly. AWS store has a bunch of pictures, so there has to a way to make use of those pictures.


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Yeah, exactly. AWS store has a bunch of pictures, so there has to a way to make use of those pictures.

That does make a whole lot of sense..think I'm going to go play around with that :)


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Yeah, exactly. AWS store has a bunch of pictures, so there has to a way to make use of those pictures.

That does make a whole lot of sense..think I'm going to go play around with that :)

The problem is that Google seems to have tighten up filter on AWS, so we need to work hard to get pages indexed first and foremost.


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I believe Google have asked people not to put images above the ads like that. I don't think its a chucking out of Adsense offence, but they don't like it none the less.


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I read somewhere (I can't find the source...maybe it was Jensense) that if you do place images over the ads, they want you to have a contrasting border. In other words, they want you to make your border a different color than the background of your site.


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I read somewhere (I can't find the source...maybe it was Jensense) that if you do place images over the ads, they want you to have a contrasting border. In other words, they want you to make your border a different color than the background of your site.


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This is good, it works too much. Thanks for suggesting this one.
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I believe Google have asked people not to put images above the ads like that. I don't think its a chucking out of Adsense offence, but they don't like it none the less.


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