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What is the best Adsense placement for Article Websites?

 4:28 am on Dec 30, 2005 (gmt 0)

What is the best Adsense placement for Article Websites?

Should I have a a big bar across some paragraphs 720 size

or a 350 in the top is better?




 7:08 am on Dec 30, 2005 (gmt 0)

Best to be optimized by your own experiment ... :)


 11:37 am on Dec 30, 2005 (gmt 0)

GoldenHammer is right - your best bet is to experiment.

But a large rectangle buried in the top left of your article text takes a lot of beating.


 1:22 pm on Dec 30, 2005 (gmt 0)

I prefer at the end of the article, when people had read the article and are still looking for something about that argument.

In the top-left of the text is also good, but IMHO will hurt users.


 3:10 pm on Dec 30, 2005 (gmt 0)

I use a narrow skyscraper on the left, starting where the content in the article starts. No more than one adblock per page.

As the previous poster pointed out, you have to make some decisions about what "best" means. A big rectangle at the top of the page might be best for income, but not good for visitors, and thus not good for building up the reputation and inbound links of your site.

There are a bewildering number of possibilities, considering formats, placements, and colors, but if you are clear on your goals, you can zoom in on a few that best suit your site, and see which one or ones work best.

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