Msg#: 3351537 posted 5:40 am on May 28, 2007 (gmt 0)
I just came across a site (actually a network of sites) that uses frames. The top frame is the main content of the web site. The bottom frame is just for Google AdSense ads. That frame refreshes every 15 seconds. So, if you stay on the page reading something, the ads will change periodically.
Interesting idea. While I think frames may be a bad SEO move, I wonder how well the auto-refreshing of ads works. I also wonder whether it's something allowed by Google.
Msg#: 3351537 posted 8:07 am on May 28, 2007 (gmt 0)
I can see that it would hugely inflate Page Impressions but very much doubt that it would have any advantage in terms of earnings. It's highly improbable that anyone would just sit there waiting for the ads to refresh in order to see if they want to click on them.
BTW, the autorefresh could also be due to a coding error.