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I was thinking, this could draw more positive attention and probably generate more clicks, don't you think?
Any feedback would be great. Thanks.
You won't generate earnings for clicks on the 'next' and 'previous' buttons, but these buttons will help improve both advertiser value and your potential revenue. When users click on the buttons, they begin interacting with the ads and are more likely to find the specific offering they're looking for, which can lead to higher earnings for you.
If the user clicks the arrow to see more ads, you aren't paid for any of the clicks. This is the same as FREE ADVERTISING on your site! I don't if this bothers anyone else, but it seems unfair for the publisher to not have a share in these revenues as the visitor came from their site and accessed the ads from their site.
This is all very mysterious. I really would like to know who is paying what to advertise on my site, and control who is allowed to advertie on my site. I can't spend all day checking each ad unit to see all the 'previous' and 'next' ads. I doubt most publishers do.
I really would like to know who is paying what to advertise on my site, and control who is allowed to advertie on my site.
You can't know who is paying what to advertise on your site and you can't control who is allowed to advertise on your site (except for some filtering opportunities). That's just the way things are with AdSense - we all have to decide whether to take it or leave it
I can't spend all day checking each ad unit to see all the 'previous' and 'next' ads. I doubt most publishers do.
Even if you could spend all day checking each ad unit you likely still wouldn't see all the ads appearing "on" your site. Someone in California might see a very different ad selection from someone in Florida viewing the same page at the same time.
I sent feedback to Google about the little arrows on the ads, I wonder if they will reply to my feedback that I don't like the arrows and want a way to turn them off.
Nice response, farmboy.
Is there a way to kill those arrays.
They are very annonying and don't fit well into a website!
eh? a 250x250 uses the same amount of space with or without the arrows. If you adverts do not "fit well" with your site, then it wouldn't even without the arrows. I do not see the point you are trying to make.
By the way, this is the third time I've read this week (twice on another forum) where people had this misunderstanding.
Common sense would have told you otherwise. I don't know why people even thought it would be a violation of TOS by the adsense owner clicking on them, or how it would count against you in the stats.
Am I the only person who likes these arrows?
I even wrote to Google and told them I liked them, they do look good on my sites, and since they were introduced my average daily earnings have increased however that could, of course, be due to other factors.
I know from my own site stats that most users really don't understand the concept of arrows indicating previous and next page.
Slightly off topic but when helping somebody install a new video I realised that they had never noticed that all the machines that they had ever owned had used the same double arrow symbols for fast forward and fast rewind.