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No More Sideways Scrolling < > ? HuskyPup Is there such a dearth of inventory in my widget sector that there are not enough to show more ads? No wonder no one's clicking. I'm in construction, anyone else seeing this?
I don't think they're doing the sideways scrolling anymore, at least not in the ad units I'm running. And I know there are plenty of ads. koan
Checked a few of my sites, I don't see it anymore. Play_Bach
Glad they're gone. I never liked them. ken_b
Let's hope they're gone forever! I wonder if this means no more showing one text ad in a 300x250 when there are a dozen more hiding behind the arrows? . netmeg
I can't believe anyone actually ever used them - who goes to a site to browse the ads? And even if they did, it was hardly intuitive. Ken_b, I think you'll still see one ad showing in a 300x250 if the advertisers outbid the total of the next four ads. Could be wrong, but I still see em now and then, and I know there's lots of ads available. JCKline
The scroll arrows were a bad idea, and I'm sure G could see there lack of use and canned it. I should be about the bid for top, not allowing someone to browse and click less paying ads. Leonard0
I can't believe anyone actually ever used them - who goes to a site to browse the ads? Just us web publishers, they were useful for checking to see how many advertisers were bidding for an ad slot.
I can't believe anyone actually ever used them - who goes to a site to browse the ads? Actually I have seen users do this on some of my sites generating some 20-25 clicks in one visit and validated by Google when I queried them. Ahhh...the good old days.