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Thanks, ebizcamp and xbase234, for posting the info and the URL.
On the other hand, I don't see how they could compete with the current selection of advertisers in text. My guess is they have 100 different advertisers on images right now.
At least with text ads we were fairly confident of the look and feel.
note I posted this in the AdWords forum thinking it was the AdSense forum. As I posted it from a publishers perspective am posting it here.
ads can be repeated for the same advertiser he could be advertising in the image part as well, so does this count as repeat ad which is not allowed?
ASA we need clarifications plz.
This may be what AdSense had in mind when they added that bit to the TOS about putting more than one ad on a page. We're currently allowed to, yet not if the ads are the same, so we're de facto prohibitted from doing it... until this moves out of beta?
I wouldn't mind using them if I can have them as an additional ad unit.
If you could do this, I would try it.
I would prefer to keep the text, say, running down the side. But there are numerous cases where a banner across the top would be welcome.
People were expecting that around 19th april, they will declare new TOS and then they will allow ..but as far as I am aware..nothing of this kind has come up from google till now..is it true..or I am missing spome thing?
i think they will now allow multiple things. i have asked them and hope they reply me early
image ads won't attract good clicks as i think, but the banners should be really good in design to attract visitors
what do you think
Anyone know how long it takes for these to start showing up on a site once they are activated?
Depends on the keyword(s), I'd guess. Some advertisers may have fed graphical ads into the system already, but it will take a while before the system is populated with graphical ads for thousands of keywords and keyphrases.
3. Can I display more than one set of Google ads on a web page?
Multiple ad units may be displayed on each Web site page, but no ad unit can contain any advertisement in common with any other ad unit."
This is Google's response to my question concerning multiple ads on one page.
"We understand that you would like some clarification about the language concerning multiple ad units.
Essentially, our policy concerning double-serving (showing two identical ads on a single page) has not changed from before the updated Terms and Conditions were released. As there is currently no mechanism in place to prevent double-serving if two ad units are on the same page, publishers may only place one copy of AdSense ad code on each page.
Double-serving also includes showing AdWords ads through an ad network - you may not have AdSense code on a page that also displays AdWords ads through such a network.
The recently updated language on ad placement was added to allow us to introduce new features as we move forward. If we do add a feature that will allow multiple ad units on a page without any duplication of ads, we'll certainly let you know via email. The site you pointed us to does not comply with our policies. Until then, please ensure that a maximum of one ad unit is placed on each of your pages.
Thank you for your understanding.
The Google Team"
The simple answer is, the FAQ is meaningless. You may only place one set of AdSense code on each page.
Now I'm left wondering if there are other holes in the FAQ and elsewheres.