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But I now realize I forgot to say that it had 7 ads in it.
I'd like to see it as a taller skyscrpage with the usual size font. It would be nice for longer webpages. I think better than doing two ads.
I'm not so sure about the one you saw that was the same height but with smaller text.
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A taller skyscraper with more ads appeals to me as it can be put in the side column and not detract from the content.
Bsically I was writing was that the earlier messages I read on this forum were saying that more than one ad hurt your earnings. But I recently tried three skyscraper ads on my blog pages and they are doing much better than one. I think people like the more extended choice of ads to choose from. They are more likely to find something they are really interested in.
...I think people like the more extended choice of ads to choose from. They are more likely to find something they are really interested in.
Exactly my point. :-) Though you should realize that offering more ad links will dilute yoru stats. But..if you are earning more revenue that's what matters in the end.
three skyscraper ads on my blog pages
Can you do that nowdays? I still haven't been able to interpretate the conditions:
Up to three ad units may be displayed on each Web site page, but no ad unit shall contain any advertisement in common with any other ad unit. Serving two or more identical ads on a single page constitutes double-serving, which Google does not support.
In the policies it sounds as if you place three identical ads on the page and two identical advertisments show up, it's your fault...?