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I was not aware that the mixing of hard-coded ad units with Auto Ads was allowed, is it?
- How does it work? If I place the most popular units (300x250 ads in the top side of my mobile pages) with the 'old' code, does Google fill the rest of the webpage with other ads?
- Would this practice improve the CPM bids of my webpages because this hard-coded display units boost the CPM? Should I work with custom channels to attract advertisers?
Yes, it is allowed to mix your hard-coded ad units with Auto Ads
CPM bids revenue is linearly related to the increase in the number of Ad units displayed (which went from 2 to about 7 per page)
I'm afraid I may be not understanding you correctly. Do you mean that Auto Ads allows you to establish the exact number of ad units per page? Three days ago, I changed the 'ad load' option to establish the maximum allowed value, and it's true that the value of CPM-bids has increased slightly. However, I do not dare to keep this parameter so high for a long time, in order not to disturb users.
Looking at that google help page referenced above, I have no idea how a page loaded with so many ads, both manual and auto, gets by the Chrome 30% ad density rule. Unless the whole better ad standards thing has just gone out the window.