I am wanting to know if there is a program out there that will browse through a large site to clear out the public service ads. I've noticed quite a few of my webpages are serving up targetted ads based on the overall theme of the site, but would like to get the Mediapartners-Google spider to visit all of my pages so visitors will always see targetted ads when they first come into the site. Any suggestions?
If a page has been seen at least once then it seems to remain indexed until the little mediapartners robot detects that you have removed the ad code from the page - so you would not need to do this unless you have a very large number of extremely low volume pages - ie: more pages than visitors.
You could hack something together using the visualbasic/WSH sendkeys command - but this will rely on your site either having a naming convention that can be run through a for-next loop (folder1/page1.htm, folder1/page2.htm, foldern/pagen.htm) or being able to extract a list of filenames from your development tool and having your code process that.
There are also proper GUI testing products that would do a better job - but they tend to come at a hefty price.