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And I'd be charged a PPC click cost for that.
I didn't think I had to add my own domain, as a blocked domain in AdWords, to prevent my own PPC content ads from showing up, via AdSense, on my own site.
Anybody else seen this before?
The site I'm running PPC for, and where the AdSense blocks are, are the same domain name, there's no redirecting or anything like that, so no theories about G not figuring out these are one and the same sites...
I would have guessed that self-blocking was automatic...
[edited by: RhinoFish at 10:30 pm (utc) on Dec. 19, 2008]
1) could anyone give me just one example of how running ads for a site, that lead people to that same site (the one they're on!), via adsense, could ever be a good consumer experience?
2) adsense filters specifically say that they don't guarantee the filters will prevent your filtered choices from showing:
Please note that Google does not commit that all ads for the websites that you add to your competitive ad filter list or ads containing objectionable content will be prevented from display on your site.
I was thinking if I had to add them as "no", I'd do it in AdWords as a blcked domain, not in AdSense as a filter... why did you folks above recommend use a filter in AdSense versus domain block in AdWords?