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Spanish language AS inventory

is there such a thing?

     
1:06 pm on Oct 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Greets all,

I am developing a Spanish language community site aimed at active professionals of a particular industry.

One of the aspects of testing was to put AS up along with the test data and I noticed during the tweaking phase that Spanish-language AS inventory seems to be very limited, I mean it seems this way because I have a number of pages of dynamic content up, (it's disposable test data, but on-topic) and there seems to be only a total of 3 ads being served from AS, none of which have anything to do with the site content.

Will this likely improve as the test data is replaced with more lengthy and higher quality content articles, or is this likely a problem of limited ad inventory in Spanish on G's part?

1:41 pm on Oct 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Hi John!

I donít think the Spanish AS inventory is very limited. Itís however little compared with English one. In many topics you may find enough advertisers.

Probably you saw this already, but just in case:
[google.com...]

wgonz

1:47 pm on Oct 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Yeah, I looked into that. Actually this is my first roll-out of a CMS based site, and I'm using Mambo.

I did have to enable the SE friendly URL's option because it was using session ID's in the URL. (now it is not)

I don't know enough about web programming, since I only recently grduated myself from FrontPage to tell for sure, btu it looks liek the URL's on my site would be pretty easy for SE's to deal with.

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I donít think the Spanish AS inventory is very limited. Itís however little compared with English one. In many topics you may find enough advertisers.

Yes, in my experience, AdSense for Spanish is good, English is better.

4:26 pm on Oct 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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From my several thousand pages, most are in German and English, 20 about only one theme also in Spanish.

Just checked with the preview tool.

12 different ads for this page show up.

So there are enough ads,
the reasons for Your only 3 are to search some where else.