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are we allowed more than 3 ad units now?

     
6:27 pm on Mar 23, 2005 (gmt 0)

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is it me or did they remove the condition of no more than 3 ad units? it now simply says that you are allowed more than one ad unit.
6:31 pm on Mar 23, 2005 (gmt 0)

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It is one ad link plus up to three ad units per page.

See [webmasterworld.com...]

6:42 pm on Mar 23, 2005 (gmt 0)

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i read that topic, but it doesn't really say.

I think I'm gonna email google.

7:44 pm on Mar 23, 2005 (gmt 0)

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[google.com...]

Currently, AdSense publishers may place up to three ad units on one web page.

What is ambiguous about that?

You may also have 1 (one) Ad Link unit as well as the above 3 (three) making 4 (four) in total.

11:18 pm on Mar 23, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Edit: Nevermind, I found the link answering the question.
[google.com...]
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why are you putting up a page which doesn't even talk about ad links? In addition, the page says that you are allowed 3 "AD UNITS". what if ad links are considered an ad unit? how do you assume that you are allowed 3 ad blocks and 1 ad link? Besides, the FAQ is not as up to date as the TOS.

In the TOS:

(such groups of Ads and/or Links collectively referred to as "Ad Units")

That suggests that Ad links are ad units.

Now, in the TOS the only reference to the # of AD UNITS is this (that I found):

You may display more than one (1) Ad Unit on each Site Web page

Now do you understand why I am asking the question? Find me where it explicity states that I am allowed 3 ad blocks and 1 ad link.

That is what i am looking for.

2:42 am on Mar 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Good grief.

What do you not understand about this?

Can I place more than one Ad Links unit on a page?
Please place only one Ad Links unit on any content page. This number does not affect the current limit of 3 regular ad units on any page - you may still place up to 3 regular ad units in addition to a single Ad Links unit on any content page that complies with our programme policies.

<rant>

Now choose to do what you like, I am finished with answering your repeat questions. I am NOT GG, I did not write the TOS and you are frankly wasting time when everyone agrees about the number of units.

</rant>

3:10 am on Mar 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

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lol... poor opti... :)
7:46 pm on Mar 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Good grief.
What do you not understand about this?

Can I place more than one Ad Links unit on a page?
Please place only one Ad Links unit on any content page. This number does not affect the current limit of 3 regular ad units on any page - you may still place up to 3 regular ad units in addition to a single Ad Links unit on any content page that complies with our programme policies.

<rant>
Now choose to do what you like, I am finished with answering your repeat questions. I am NOT GG, I did not write the TOS and you are frankly wasting time when everyone agrees about the number of units.
</rant>

Good grief indeed.
1. You DID NOT post that information in your original post. *I* found the link that answered my own question and edited my own post with the link.

your link:
[google.com...]
my link:
[google.com...]

See how they are different? maybe you missed it... the numbers after the = sign are different.

2. Your link does not say anything about ad links. My question was about AD UNITS NOT ADS. Your link did not address my concern that ad units could encompass ad links. Since the page you posted did not include information about adlinks, I asked again.. clarifying what I wanted.

3. Notice the NEVERMIND portion of the edited post? It was strategically placed at the beginning of the post with the dashed line to seperate it from the rest of the post. This indicates that I am not asking the question anymore because I found the answer.

4. You say the # of ad units is "agreed upon"... WHO agreed? How am I supposed to know they did? AD links are NEW and I was simply trying to clarify if ad units included ad links. Am I supposed to take your word on it? Obviously, I did not know there was an answer in the FAQ on Google Adsense since I asked the question. And your posted link didn't help.

5. I didn't ask you to answer my question. In fact, I already stated I was going to email google. This implies that I will be looking for an answer from google. The fact that you chose to answer is not my problem. If you have a problem answering questions (accurately I might ad), then DON'T.

Yes, I too can act like an immature idiot flying off the handle for no reason.

Now shush.

8:46 pm on Mar 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

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My goodness - it must be the Easter wine :-)
 

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