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I haven't seen adsense like this, have you?

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by massiva, May 10, 2007.

  1. #1
    Have you see adsense like this? They are not premium publisher.
    Is it OK with TOS?

    Look at left column: the site is askbaby.com
     
    massiva, May 10, 2007 IP
  2. Fka200

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    They are premium publishers.


    Must be very nice CTR!
     
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  3. massiva

    massiva Active Member

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    I checked on alexa they have very little traffic
     
    massiva, May 10, 2007 IP
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    wow, that kind of ads must get lots of hits.
     
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    browntwn Prominent Member

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    How do you know they are not a premium publisher?

    Nice looking ads.
     
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    craiger22 Well-Known Member

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    Those are nice ads, but the way they are placed I am certain they are a premium publisher. Just because they have one site with low traffic doesnt mean they dont have a huge network of high traffic sites.
     
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    Exactly.

    And those are sweet ads.
     
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    Nicest ads iv seen by a premium publisher in a long time :)
     
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    l0zo Peon

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    Hmm I dont understand this.. how could Google allow something like that, which clearly tricks users into thinking its part of their website and not an ad?

    The main reason Google bans is for that reason.
     
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  10. massiva

    massiva Active Member

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    OK,
    I guess I was wrong about premium publisher,
    but ads are awesome
     
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    Wow, nice. I wish I was a premium publisher. Is it 20.000.000 ad views a month you need ?
     
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    Hey that's cool, code is kinda of weird, never know there was premium publisher.
     
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    great site too.
    they should have a high click through rate
     
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    That website is what google calls "premium publishers"

    To be a premium publisher your site(s) must reach 20million views per month.

    Prem publishers are allowed to modify their code MUCH MUCH more then we are, I don't know the exact rules with prem pubs, but iv seen just about everything that would break our "regular pub" TOS with google.
     
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    Hmm 10x the views and I'll be thinking up something awesome like that ... *sigh*
     
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  16. The Stealthy One

    The Stealthy One Well-Known Member Affiliate Manager

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    Alexa? Pshaw.

    Think about it: the site's primary market is moms. Do you think many moms install the Alexa toolbar?

    Chew on that for awhile. :)
     
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    Definitely premium publishers.

    Alexia is often inaccurate especially about smaller sites. I wouldn't use that as a rule of thumb for the traffic a site gets.
     
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    yeah i think it's premium publisher . you need 20 million page view to be a permium publisher
     
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    Ads seems great ^^.They must be very high ctr.It can be around %70 :/.
     
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    But they have a good PR nonetheless. Wish they would sell the domain here:D
     
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