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how can I convince Google AdSense to re-spider my page?

if I change topic of some page but URL the same, how?

   
8:09 am on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)



I changed topic of the page, but Google is showing ads for the old content. Is there a way to convince Google to re-spider this page with AdSense bots so that content of AdSense banners would be appriopriate (!) = better targeted - to the new content?

Or once analyzed by AdSense the page will show always the ads for the old content?

8:21 am on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Polish Guy - how long has it been since you changed the content? Has the content changed dramatically?
8:28 am on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)




Polish Guy - how long has it been since you changed the content? Has the content changed dramatically?

a couple of days ; yes - dramatically.

8:36 am on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I am surprised a couple of days I would have imagined it would have been retargetted.

When you sy you have not changed the URL is the URL keyword related?

If not then I would visit your page a few times (obviously not clicking on the ads) and give it some time.

We have added AdSense to pages to exisiting pages that did not have previously added code and within minutes or even seconds they had targetted ads on them.

I did notice on one page though that when we added the code it added a 'generic' site wide ad but after 24 hours or less that had turned into a highly targetted ad.

8:50 am on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)




We have added AdSense to pages to exisiting pages that did not have previously added code and within minutes or even seconds they had targetted ads on them.

no! I don't want targetting on new URLs.
I want re-targetting on existing URLs that previosly were targetted perfeclty but now content changed and I need new targetting!

8:52 am on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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When you say you have not changed the URL is the URL keyword related?
8:55 am on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)




When you say you have not changed the URL is the URL keyword related?

yes, but only last part of the URL, like:

somewebsite.com/keyword

("somewebsite.com" is not related to anything)

9:00 am on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Well give it some time then. It will happen G-Bot is very intelligent.
10:18 am on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)




Well give it some time then. It will happen G-Bot is very intelligent.

OK, I will wait. AdSense picked totally wrong words from this page for targetting so I was (still am) getting offensive (for readers of this site) banners from AdSense!

I hope Google will respider this page, because if not then this offensive banners will force me to remove AdSense from this page...

10:18 pm on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I thought it happened on the fly and Google targeted ads based on content that was actually on the page rather than content that was on the page the last time they spidered.
10:27 pm on Aug 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Seems to be on the fly to me unless you start moving pages around, then the adds become untargeted.

I had an issue when I copied the Html code from one Domiain/page to another Domain/page that still contined adsense code in it, same theme of site/page. Removing the adsense code and changing the file name brought back targeted adds, within seconds