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I'd like to be able to filter out ads from China.
It's very frustrating seeing advertisements for "on topic" products on my sites, but where the advertisers literally wants orders in the 100,000's.
Yes, the filter limit of 200 precludes that option.
Hopefully it might boost my CTR to something like former levels.
Of course I'm not holding my breath.
- revenue share percentage in the report area without having to CPC placement bid on my own sites
- possibility for separation of clicks by language area and countries/territories in the reports
- each ad and page becomes automatically a separate channel in the reports and maximum channels is increased to unlimited (this because of the changes in Adwords from site targeting to placement targeting)
- number of invalid clicks and separation of them by language area and countries/territories
to start with.
My site based on Smarty/Joomla/other public open source templates which are hackable by experts despite of taking many security measures, updating regularly and those experts/gang put rotating adsense, fixed adsenese on remote country ips (where we cant monitor), etc..
Last time, they did hard trick, when showing different ads on a remote ip (we could see correct ad id in all our pcs), we were unable to find the existence of the intruder id in source file. Becuase they put their code like
define("SRC",str_replace("!","","5!1!1!2!8!...")); //our id
define("DST",str_replace("!","","9!2!3!3!3!....")); // their id
so a normal search cant find their id in source file. We had to check hundreads of source file manually!
I'd like negative keywords (to improve the ad targeting on my sites).
I'd like to see that as well. However, the keyword that I thought was a problem for me (it certainly attracts a lot(!) of MFAs), doesn't appear to be. I put together a channel with all of the pages that contain that word, and it seems to earn only slightly less than the rest of the site. So, it isn't as much of a problem as I originally thought.
Still, I'd like to experiment with that as a negative keyword. It would certainly reduce the size of my filter.