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How do I search Google to show only 'adsense displaying sites'? philipjterry I'd like to see the best of the best - maybe this will take me there...?
I don't know of any search operator that will do that for Google. philipjterry
Perhaps a better question would be, how to search source code? There must be a way... I'm determined to find the path that leads us to adsense heaven... netmeg
I have no idea what that means or what precisely you're looking for. eddieh
I would imagine that the OP is looking for top adsense earning sites in order to figure out what makes those sites top earners. Positioning, colors etc. Google search result pages would be a good start! Lame_Wolf
I would imagine that the OP is looking for top adsense earning sites in order to figure out what makes those sites top earners. Positioning, colors etc. Even that would be pointless. Even if Google could do it - and it cannot - then it wouldn't show who earn't the most first. numnum
Maybe Blekko provides a filter, since they scrape Adsense publisher IDs. While we're back on that topic, anyone here have any new insights into how to prevent further publisher-ID scraping by Blekko and others? I've looked into HTML encoding (which might be self-defeating IF the search engines won't crawl your encoded HTML) as well as 3rd-party ad serving. Technically, neither violates G's TOS, but as far as I know Google is not addressing either issue specifically. (Maybe this is an issue for a new thread.) philipjterry
I'm keeping eyes open for potential acquisitions not to mention competition research, benchmarking, best practises and general inspiration... netmeg
I would block all my sites from Blekko, except that I don't have to because they choose to interpret NOARCHIVE as a spam signal and have blocked me. Re looking for AdSense sites - you can't even go by the ones that Google has previously showcased, as at least some percentage of them have been penalized or tossed out of the program.