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Help need to Filter my ads

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by stojanovgorgi, Dec 7, 2006.

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    Hi guy's i want ask all of you what to do when on my site is shown ad's that are not relevant to my content. My title is good meta tags and keywords are good i have good content but still there are some ads that are not relevant to my content. How to filter the ads.

    Also i want to ask about the ads that are low paid how to filter low paid with more paid ads.

    Thanks to all I think that this is good for every new adsense publisher .

    Best regards to all
     
    stojanovgorgi, Dec 7, 2006 IP
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    Computerized Well-Known Member

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    To filter the ads, just go to Adsense Setup, Competetive Ad Filter. Then type in the URLs of the ads you want to filter. There isn't an exact way to filter low paid ads with higher paying ads.
     
    Computerized, Dec 7, 2006 IP
  3. stojanovgorgi

    stojanovgorgi Peon

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    yes but when i do this are they gonna put ads that are relevant to my content.
    Actually on all of my sites are placed ads that are not relevant to my content. How can i change this.
     
    stojanovgorgi, Dec 7, 2006 IP
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    It takes google a while to show relevant ads for your content. More visitors: google moves faster. So just keep building the site, keep building relevant links and the ads will generally take care of themselves. Some subjects are harder for google then others though.

    That said: have you tried the ad-targeting code?
     
    kh7, Dec 7, 2006 IP
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    Anyone out there used this section targeting with a Joomla site? If so, how did you implement it? When you create the story, or actually in the PHP file?
     
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    you can get help about how to filter and what to filter from adsblacklist.com . i have used it before . it is great site about adsense filtering
     
    trichnosis, Dec 7, 2006 IP
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    I use it also, and my click rate was very much increased, adblacklist is a good site to get a competitive filter list
     
    mani, Dec 7, 2006 IP