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One of the top requests we hear from publishers who manage multiple websites is the ability to block different ads for different sites. For instance, you may want to block a category of ads from appearing on a children’s site you run, but allow those same ads to appear on a separate sports-related site you also manage. As part of our ongoing efforts to improve AdSense to meet your needs and help you earn the most possible from all of your sites, we’re happy to let you know that this level of granular blocking will be available for AdSense for content within the next days.
I am still waiting for them to block sites with a wildcard. For example, if I wish to block Google adverts, then I should be able to enter www.google.* and every TLD is blocked.
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Wrong kind of blocking as that actually has the potential to cut out AdSense revenue, not increase it which is what the current site level blocking does. I don't see Google working on features that will only decrease their revenue any time soon.To save confusion, lets say it's Ebay I want to block.
FWIW, if you don't want AdSense on all the Google TLDs simply use NOARCHIVE and NOTRANSLATE site wide and that will solve the issue in all search engines, not just Google.Eh?