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how can i use target keyword gogle tag
I am trying to use google's own tag <!-- google_ad_section_start -->
I am going to use this tag because sometimes i am seeing irrelevent ads on my site, So i want to give it a try.
My question is:
Can i put some keyword related to my site in HTML comment and then put this google target TAG in that comment area?
Is this allowd and possible?
My second question is: have anyone seen good result by putting these targetting tgs?
The idea is to bound a healthy chunk of content (paragraphs) with the tags.
I use it to emphasize the text and de-emphasize the navigation links/text.
I think it works.
What if Few keyword are repeated on all the page under this tag? and rest of the content will be new and fresh.. will this work?
New & Fresh?
Hmmmm sounds like it could possibly be a keyword driven MFA site.
I don't now nuttin about fresh content - all mine is stale.
|Hmmmm sounds like it could possibly be a keyword driven MFA site. |
Think twice before hitting submit button. I dont think there is hardly any MFA person here. We all are matured and serious about our business. and I am using adsense for more than 3 years..
As far as new content is concerned, Do you think fresh and NEW content is only on MFA sites?
I am asking suggesstions from my fellow users who are using this tag.
No, using the section targeting on my website pages did not make a difference.
I guess if there are no advertisers for the keywords you are targeting on your page, section targeting is not going to work.
As far as putting keywords in your comments, well I think they consider that hidden text.
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