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Why do we have to remove the code if we want to pause AdSense?

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Msg#: 4603325 posted 5:00 pm on Aug 19, 2013 (gmt 0)

It seems archaic to me that publishers have to actually remove, or comment out, the AdSense code from every page if we want to just pause AdSense for say a period of time. Sure, more sophisticated publishers probably have the code as an include so it just needs to removed in a few places, but doesn't it seem very antiquated the way AdSense is set up? On Adwords, it's one click to pause campaigns, ad groups, keywords.



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Msg#: 4603325 posted 6:55 pm on Aug 19, 2013 (gmt 0)

Well, it doesn't have a "stop button", the allow/deny option of sites will just make something diff while still showing the ads.

Depending on how you manage your site you could fix it on your server with simple perl scripts (html pages) if you have a CMS then it can also be easy. Depends on your situation.


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Msg#: 4603325 posted 8:17 pm on Aug 19, 2013 (gmt 0)

I guess what I really need to setup is an ad server and not show any ads that pay me under 10 cents per click. I am seeing a huge increase in very cheap clicks, and no they're not coming from high end mobile devices either. I don't believe Google is only charging say $0.08 cents for terms in my very high prices content category.

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