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I have a question. To use auto ads, do we remove all of our old ads completely? Also, if our ads were in div tags, do we remove those also?
[edited by: Sally_Stitts at 6:44 pm (utc) on Feb 21, 2018]
I had to stop Auto Ads just now - counted no fewer than TEN adblocks on a page (some were stacked) that I usually kept no more than three on. That's a huge difference and quite the eye sore. I care enough about my visitors to not want that many ads on a page and I wouldn't stay on a site with that many ads-per-article for one second. It's like a blind hacker got a hold of my code and went crazy with it.
[edited by: Sally_Stitts at 6:43 pm (utc) on Feb 21, 2018]
One more example of increased lack of control.
Just throw everything up in the air, WTH?
[edited by: ByronM at 6:51 pm (utc) on Feb 21, 2018]
You are mistaking thinking for hating. A little extreme.
If you don't want to use it, don't use it. Not sure what the point of hating it is. They're not forcing you into anything.
I gave it a shot on two separate attempts network-wide but it places WAY too many ads on a page...
do you see more ads in long content?
@Azlinda do you see more ads in long content?
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