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How do I set the Url filter to block them from showing?
adfarm.mediaplex.com/ad/ck/#*$!-#*$!x-#*$!x-xx , which I assumed to be the actual adurl variable
both to no avail.
PS: the '#*$!' was inserted automatically, I tried to give an exact number of characters with x's, I guess that wasn't good enough;
Part of the deal I have with that particular client is that the ad income is mine, as part compensation, but I don't want to block potentially lucrative clicks on other pages.
I will report whether adfarm mediaplex worked.
Thank you again!
This is standard URL address format for any website. Subdomain names precede the main URL address. So if you want to block content and filtering the subdomain doesn't work, use the main URL address. Google has told me sometimes just [xyz.com] is sufficient. If that doesn't filter it, then you have to enter [www.xyz.com]