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I did the site search of this site for - auto-ads.
I wish that it were possible to list the results by date, because one must search through a TON of old posts to find the gold.
Which options should I try/ use?
I would like to save time by getting advice from you folks, to avoid any known pitfalls. By learning from others.
What say you?
Can I specify auto-ads by page, or must it be a blanket, site-wide choice?
In-feed ads (clear where to use these)
Do you have any strong opinion about which options are GOOD?
Do you have any strong opinion about which options are BAD?
[edited by: Sally_Stitts at 5:28 pm (utc) on Jul 10, 2019]
All these options are good and worth the try, excepting "6. Vignette ads ", (in "my" opinion). I believe that Vignette ads can impact your Google Search ranking, and in worse case scenario can lead to have Chrome blocking ads on your site. Full page ads is against the "good ads" standard :).
Postitial ads with countdowns that can be dismissed immediately did not fall beneath the Better Ads Standard.
[edited by: Sally_Stitts at 5:39 pm (utc) on Jul 10, 2019]
This is not true. Not at all.
After you've set up Auto ads for your site, you can then use Advanced URL settings to show different ad settings on different parts of your site.
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Typically, I see desktop CPM=$10, and mobile CPM=$1.
Is it the advertisers who are doing this, because mobile users are less serious visitors,
In my experience as an advertiser promoting physical goods, we get far fewer conversions on mobile vs desktop. so we bid a lot less to be seen on mobile.
"Simply a responsive version of a desktop site."
But is passes all the Google mobile emulator tests at 99 or 100. Can't be too far off.
The only reporting I can find is for "Anchor/overlay ads" - 49 impressions. Zero earnings.
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