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The AdSense ads served on my home page are appropriate, but on the flashcard (note: not Flash) pages there isn't enough content for Google to parse.
I'm wondering if it's reasonable to serve some descriptive content that's only visible to Googlebot.
Are there other good approaches?
It's poor form to display different things to normal users and googlebot. What you should do is put one paragraph of small, pale text somewhere in the page.
Straight out of the frying pan and into the fire.
You'll need to add text one way or another, but anything even close to "hiding" it is inadvisable....
Furthermore, come on. AdSense is Contextual Advertising. If you're going to use AS to monetize a flashcard site (wrong move!) you just can't complain about having to add some real text.
If a search engine discover's you're doing that, they will boot your site from the index. It's a dangerous game.
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