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Top 5 Adsense Publisher Requests
1. Minimum CPC
2. More channels
3. Block ads by keyword
4. Bigger competitive filter
5. Smart pricing information
Check your account. We have more than doubled your number of filters (to 500).
Please don't go crazy with this. The reason we're not announcing it on the blog is that we don't want to overload our system with everyone filling their filters to capacity at once.
Huge thanks go to the awesome engineering team that implemented this for us (I'm an AdSense publisher, too, after all).
Please feel free to leave love letters to our engineers below.
joined:Aug 12, 2004
joined:June 3, 2007
I am bowing to the Buddha that sits on my Google fridge in my office.
Kicking my ruby slippers together and chanting, "there's no place like AdSense, there's no place like AdSense!
Don't worry I won't abuse the limits, besides slowing the server down I am sure it delays ad serving also.
Things I would like to block:
christian moms who make a boatload of money while working at home
stimulus checks and grants
scams of all types
joined:June 3, 2007
(I'm an AdSense publisher, too, after all).
This wan't just for you then ? :-))
I'm surprised that blocking by advertiser account isn't on the top 5 list.
[edited by: Scurramunga at 11:21 pm (utc) on April 7, 2009]
You got me with the wrinkle cream, 52 just slipping a bit.
oh and who can forget:
the get rich quick guy posing in front of his car (that guy is like a virus)
And totally the most obnoxious
Make Bazillions of Dollars working part time with Google AdSense
But wait, there's more! Now how much would you pay? Only today we are going to give you not one but two!-!-!
joined:July 3, 2008
I had my girlfriend start a company and get an AdSense account and then gave her half my websites. That is how I expanded the filter on my own, betya she doesn't want to give them back now. We are only using about 60 slots in each filter presently, much better than a year ago when they were both full. I think they have done quite a good job of cleaning up lately.
See kissing up again!
my site is about dog toys,
I get ads for balls amic vinegar
ok, #*$!ty example, but you get the message. If I could just ban ads from sites about amic or vinegar, i'd be fine.
its bad for the advertiser and for the publisher that I can not ban such ads.
As a result of course, my click through and conversion rates are miniscule, and probably I am getting smart priced.
I've filled up my competitive ad filter, and still they keep coming.
I wish to be excited, but am underwhelmed.
[edited by: martinibuster at 7:34 am (utc) on April 8, 2009]
[edit reason] Let's keep it family friendly thanks. ;) [/edit]