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I just added AdSense to my new forum website - Please Review

Discussion in 'Placement / Reviews / Examples' started by The SEO Man, May 28, 2009.

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    I just published Google AdSense on my new forum website and I would like to see what others think.

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    I just started using Google AdSense to publish ads on my website a few weeks ago and I just published a few ads on this site today.
    - I thought it would be best not to publish ads on every page....

    - Should I publish more adds and/or ads on the homepage of the forum?

    - Please review the ad placement, colors, and type.

    Any and all feedback and/or suggestions are welcome...
    The SEO Man, May 28, 2009 IP
  2. FreedomOverdose

    FreedomOverdose Peon

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    hmm I'd like to make a quick suggestion: you can place link ads under the top menu (register, blogs, faq etc). It doesn't take any space and that will "trick"* the users that it's a part of the site.

    * be wise, don't try to disguise the ads with the site, as G might ban you. ;)
    FreedomOverdose, May 28, 2009 IP
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  3. The SEO Man

    The SEO Man Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the suggestion!

    I made a few quick adjustments, do you think this is better?
    The SEO Man, May 28, 2009 IP
  4. indyonline

    indyonline Prominent Member

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    Link ads are no good. if people click on them it takes them to another page like google search results and they have to click on something again. Try text and image ads and maybe take away some the extra space above and below the ad. tighten it up and bring the categories closer together.
    indyonline, May 28, 2009 IP