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Feature suggestion: "more..." button on AdSense panel
How about a reload button for the ad panel?

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Msg#: 451 posted 3:53 am on Aug 24, 2003 (gmt 0)

Err... this is a somewhat strange desire. Sometimes the AdSense advertisements are good, and well targetted, but not exactly what I want. I find myself reloading the entire page in the hopes that I'll see another batch of advertisements.

Anyone else do the same thing?

How about a "show more ads" button for just the AdSense panel?



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Msg#: 451 posted 1:47 pm on Aug 24, 2003 (gmt 0)

I don't know about MSIE, but in Mozilla this is on the right click menu. Right click on the ads, pick "This Frame" and "Reload Frame".


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Msg#: 451 posted 2:24 pm on Aug 24, 2003 (gmt 0)

Essentially the same in IE. Right-click in the ad space and select "refresh"


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Msg#: 451 posted 2:32 pm on Aug 24, 2003 (gmt 0)

brycen - not sure why you would want to reload your own page because that is not always what another user would see anyway :-)

Bottom line is you don't have control over what is shown unless you change the content. Google uses Applied Semantics technology to decide relevancy and then shows the highest cpc advertisement they can and still be somewhat relevant. If you have a 100 percent relevant advertisement it may not show if the potential revenue isn't high so you may end up with something less than 100 percent accurate. Most people won't even notice because the relevancy is still pretty good.


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Msg#: 451 posted 4:54 am on Aug 25, 2003 (gmt 0)

I want to reload other people's AdWords, actually, not mine.

Google itself has a "page 2" for all search results. Well, AdWords are a form of search result. It is quite possible that what I (the customer and clicker) want is not on the first page of AdWords.

I want to see the "next four advertisements". I don't care about CPC, because I'm the customer. NB: As I'm the customer in this case, I'm never wrong either :-).

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