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Other places I tried them they didn't do anything. To put this in context, my site has a low ad presence. No more than one AdSense adblock on any page, and in some cases none. I tried AdLinks in addition to that block or instead of that block.
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I went through the stuff on AdLinks but they don't really seem or look like links at all. I was hoping that they were more low profile so that I could mix them/blend them into my content better instead of having it look Ad'ish.
Now, why would you want to do that?
On the best performing pages that I put them on they are out performing the regular ads.
On the worst performing pages I put them on they are at least generating some additional income, even though they seem to perform worse than the regular ads as far as CTR and eCPM goes.
On the pages in between, they sometimes do better, and sometimes worse than the regular ads.
Overall, installing them has been a huge positive so far.
[added] I should say that I've added Adlinks in addition to keeping the regular ads on each page.[/added]
We used to have a search box on one site and now have replaced it with the AdLinks box and one small square ad box. The combined total is much higher than the search box ever produced.
We also tried the new straight line AdLinks bar for a week.
The results were 1/3 that of the box. Have now deleted the bar and returned to the box.