1script - 5:06 pm on Mar 7, 2013 (gmt 0)
As an AdSense primer specifically, RealCarTips is a real head scratcher. There's considerable amount of content pages without ads and those with ads have only two blocks neither of which are the size Google reps have been actively pushing - realcartips uses 160x600 and 336x280 while G steers you toward 728x90 and 300x250 every chance they get (at least in my experience), saying those two latter types have better inventory and media ads. The two blocks instead of three is significant because I am constantly deleting reminders from AdSense (automated, no doubt) that I could earn more if I add a third block to x,xxx pages. None of their advice seems to apply to the posted child of AdSense success, so I wonder where do they get those advices from?