| 6:35 pm on Jun 25, 2003 (gmt 0)|
>>>So, if you're experiencing strange ads displaying, might just want to give it a few days to see what happens.
Well said JIM,I belive the same!
| 10:58 pm on Jun 25, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Only just added the code tonight, but did read something about them displaying temp, generic ads until the adsense bot visited (and if the bot couldnt visit, then the temp ads would remain).
| 11:05 pm on Jun 25, 2003 (gmt 0)|
|After being accepted to the program and successfully pasting the AdSense HTML ad code into your web pages, ads will start running on your site within minutes. If your site is not yet in our index, it may take up to few hours or more before we are able to crawl your site. Until we are able to crawl your site, we may serve public service ads, for which you won't receive any earnings. |
| 11:07 pm on Jun 25, 2003 (gmt 0)|
OMG - I read the FAQ's.......
The end is nigh....
| 11:43 pm on Jun 25, 2003 (gmt 0)|
I've only been in AdSense for three days, only one of which is a full day. For the people who have been in the program longer than me, have you noticed an increase in clickthru-rate as time goes on over the first few days as google better figures out content?
| 12:32 am on Jun 26, 2003 (gmt 0)|
I've found that the targeting really fluctuates on my pages... even when I don't update anything on the pages myself! Often for the better, but not always.
| 12:36 am on Jun 26, 2003 (gmt 0)|
I have manually blocked over 50 advertisers and now the results I'm seeing are MUCH better than when I first started using the program.
If only there was a way to automatically block all the make-money-fast type business opportunity ads, that would be even better. They seem to proliferate like rabbits and show up from time to time in the rotation for no readily apparent reason (nothing on my site relates in any way to making money, home business etc.)