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However, after I set the filter for example.com a couple week later I noticed the ads from example.com again. More exactly it was www.example.com. It was the same site, however the page ranks for the example.com and www.example.com were different so probably Google saw them as different pages.
However the filter should filter the domain and not the page.
Does Google considers www.example.com and example.com as different domains? Should we set the filters for both?
P.S. I have the same problem with another filtered site so I have two real samples.
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Does Google considers www.example.com and example.com as different domains?
Oh! //www.yoursite is actually a sub-domain of //yoursite
Need I say more?
Yes, I need to! Loads of screwed-up domains for SEO purposes all over the Net!
However, if you block www.example.com, ads will not be blocked on example.com.
So, there is no need to filter both, but make sure to remove the 'www' if you want to block ads across the entire domain.
Hope that clarifies!
If you block example.com, ads will also be blocked on www.example.com.
Unfortunately, AdSenseAdvisor, I have two specific examples when it is not so.
Example.com does *not* block www.example.com
Could it be the spammers' tricks, Google bug or what is it?