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@csdude55 are your page views concentrated on a few pages that are visited frequently?
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I've been reading in a few places that there may be a problem with the AdSense Bot failing to properly crawl pages.
We detected that your AdX /Adsense account is sending a significant number of ad requests from URLs that are not crawled. Below are some of the possible reasons why a URL might not be crawled:
You may be using complex parameters or encoded strings in your URLs that are unique for each visit, instead of sending us the canonical URL, which is easier to crawl
Your URL may represent newly available content which had not been crawled before you sent ad requests. This is transient as your URL will be crawled shortly after your first ad request
You may be sending an incorrect URL to us because you are manually sending an incorrectly formatted URL in your ad request
You may be sending the URL of an iframe with an ad instead of the URL of the content page that hosts the iframe. (This typically applies to larger publishers).
You may have limits on how often they can be crawled (trawler rejects our crawl requests)
To avoid a potential revenue impact from this change, please consider the following best practices for ensuring URLs can be properly crawled:
I think it should be obvious to any webmaster that when AdSense/AdWords says they wont display ads if the crawler hasn't crawled the page, that if a page is being blocked from the crawler then the ads wont appear. This is not news.
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