| 3:58 am on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)|
The G rules show that you can have up to 3 ad units on a page and one adlink. Have no idea about different publishers on the same page or site though. Interesting question.
IMHO though, lets say even if it is allowed. Say person A gets a lot of clicks on his ads and person B hardly gets any. Person B is probably going to be upset. Why not just use one publishers id and split it evenly 4 ways. That is if you trust each other.
Either way, to verify I would ask G first.
Just my 2 cents.
| 7:52 am on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)|
3 ad units is only allowed in one pages. It is in the TOS of google adsense.
One page, four ad units, each owned by a different publisher <--- is against the TOS of Adsense.
| 5:10 pm on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)|
That isn't the nature of my question, and when link units are considered, you can certainly have four total ad units on one page.
The question pertains to whether AdSense allows the code from more than one publisher to appear on a page, or in a rotating script.
| 5:56 pm on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)|
There are sites doing this for revenue sharing who swear Google says it's okay.
One site even does this to allow active forum members with their own adsense accounts to collect a portion of the forum ad revenue pages they contribute to.(HINT, webmasterworld, HINT)
The idea is that they'll use your Google adsense ID some of the time instead of their own when they serve that page. Sorta changes things, don't it?
| 6:46 pm on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)|
LOL, as if Webmasterworld would ever go in this direction.
| 7:34 pm on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Well, competition is a wonderful thing... Adam Smith's invisible hand moves webmasters in mysterious ways.
| 8:14 pm on Jun 16, 2006 (gmt 0)|
You can use different publisher IDs within a site, but every page that is served up must have only one publisher ID.
The reason that google requires this is so they don't serve the same ads in different units.
So just put them in a rotation, or go with a random number assignment.