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Any way to speed up Adsense's uncrawled pages?

     
7:28 pm on May 28, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Like a lot of people on here my earnings took a dive when google introduced their brand safety policy in december. i'm getting blank ad spaces all over the place, even after the page has been visited multiple times.

i've had people visit the page in other cities, seen the ads appear, then had them disappear the very next day, maybe reappear again an hour later, then disappear, reappear... there really is no rhyme or reason to it.

the way i understand it is this: the pages are supposed to stay in adsense's index for two weeks after they've been crawled by the adsense bot. after two weeks they drop out of the index and will have to be visited by another user, get recrawled again, and then they'll get another two weeks grace.

here's what i'm thinking... if you change some of the content on the page will google automatically boot it out of their two-week index? in most cases the only thing i'm changing is the meta expiry date in the <head>. everything in the <body> is identical. but seeing as this date changes every single day, i'm wondering whether that tiny change is enough to boot it out of their index and trigger the need for a re-crawl.
7:37 pm on May 28, 2018 (gmt 0)

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I am in same problem, and I have tried everything I could but it's not possible to speed up AdSense crawler.

I am awaiting a update from AdSense team. I will keep you posted!
10:43 pm on May 28, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Use Chrome with default setting (no Incognito or Do Not Track.) Visit your pages and reload. Might even help to come from Google Search. Use a VPN if you have one.

Sometimes the ads come back in a few minutes, sometimes it takes a couple days, but it seems to work.
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Unfortunately itís a site with thousands of pages, so I canít do it manually
10:54 pm on May 28, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Well that's what I do on a couple sites, and as I said, it seems to work. That's the only idea I have.

Using a site crawler hasn't reported to work for anyone AFAIK. I think it has to be Chrome. The ad bot follows Chrome around.
 

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