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How can I filter low bid ads?

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by lialexander, Aug 29, 2006.

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    My average payout per click is 0.15-0.20,occassionaly I got over 1 euro per click,the lowest is 0.01, I do realise the it related to web content, but I am wondering is there a way to filter the low bid ads?
     
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  2. Mong

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    #2
    you can filter urls you want.
    but there is not any specific way to filter out only low paying ads.

    It is better to filter made for adsense sites ..
    but filtering other low paying ads website can harm you day after ... because they can increase their bids and you'll lost high cpc ads.
     
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    qwestcommunications Peon

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    If and ad is totally irrelevant to your site then you should probably filter that url. If however, they are relevant, I wouldn't filter it even if pays low amount because it might be replaced by a less relevant ad.
     
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    Most of the advertisements don't change that randomly, perhaps over a period of 1 week record the low paying advertisements and block them

    worked for me
     
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  5. lialexander

    lialexander Guest

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    the question is how do i RECORD?
     
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    what I do is visit the URL's that are advertising on my site. You can get a general idea of the low paying advertisers.

    I recently noticed webfetch.com was advertising on a couple of my sites. I had a look at the site and its a pretty generic affiliate/adsense site. I blocked it and my $0.01 clicks dissapeared.

    so basically visit the URLs (dont click the ads) and ask yourself if they would pay good money for clicks.
     
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  7. ColinR

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    good idea..thanks for info
     
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    The only possible issue you might face is that there're many more crappy ads that'll appear after you've blocked some. I once had my filter list go up to 30, and I still find 0.01 cent ads the very next day from advertisers using other spammy domain URLs. Don't want to discourage you, so do give it a go, and filter as many as possible, and share your results with us.
     
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    AdSense automatically displays the best paying ad for a given page. So filtering this ad would result in an even worse ad being displayed. Good luck with that.
     
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    @mistermix, my adsense don't show the url so how do I visit their website??
     
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    Filtering a low paying ad that appears on your site might bring up another lower paying ad. I used to have a huge filter list of low paying ads but now, i only had a few left.
     
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    #12

    In an email from Adsense:

     
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    In theory you are right but sometimes the types of sites displayed just doesnt seem to make sense.

    It might be something to do with advertisers paying per 1000 impressions instead of per click.

    we live n learn
     
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    Only noobs waste their time with filtering ads in hopes of getting higher paying ads and only other noobs waste their time encouraging this activity. Veterans are too busy making money to bother with this pointless endeavor. 'Nuff said.
     
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    let noobs be noobs then. spam urls need to be blocked.
     
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    Its good advice, even if it was put in a slightly offensive way. You should really be concentrating on building traffic & quality content. As has been repeated here many times, the ads that are displaying on your website are usually the best paying ads you can get, if you remove them you'll only fill up that ad space with a lower paying ad.
     
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    I just let the ads come as google send it :D.. some days i get .03 per clicksome days about .50 .. who knows.
     
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    What's so "offensive" about saying that only noobs try to hold back the river? Only a noob would find what I said offensive.
     
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    I agree....Noobs see it as " offensive " Other like me see it as " telling it straight " :)
     
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