londrum - 4:38 pm on Apr 22, 2011 (gmt 0)
what does "above the fold" mean, though?
if youve got one on the righthand sidebar, which pops its head above the fold, you cant say that that reduces the quality -- even though technically it is above the fold. because a very large chunk of the web does that, its pretty much a design standard.
and how good is google at reading CSS layout? that is what i really want to know.
my ads currently appear high up the HTML, but appear on the righthand sidebar.
if i move the code to the bottom of the HTML, but leave them exactly where they are on screen, im wondering if that will be enough to claw some traffic back.