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    How do you set up AdSense feature ...
    I see on other's AdSense displays a set of small arrows at the bottom of their AdSense text display ads. These arrows display additional sets of AdSense ads.

    1: how do I enable such a feature?

    2: should I enable such a feature?

    Thoughts??? Charles

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    Quote Originally Posted by micheck
    I see on other's AdSense displays a set of small arrows at the bottom of their AdSense text display ads. These arrows display additional sets of AdSense ads.

    1: how do I enable such a feature?

    2: should I enable such a feature?

    Thoughts??? Charles
    As far as I know, that feature is something AdSense enables. Or at least I don't recall doing anything with my Adsense account to get that to happen with Adsense on my sites?

    But perhaps someone more involved with Adsense than I will come along and clarify.
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    That is not something you control.

    If there are enough advertisers in your niche, it will show them in the ads. Sometimes the advertisers don't all fit in the ad spot and this will allow the visitor to scroll to see which other advertisers are displayed.

    If you are new to Adsense (and your site) may not show enough advertisers yet for your niche and you may display a public service announcement initially.

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    Consider it on "autopilot" on the part of AdSense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladidah
    That is not something you control.

    If there are enough advertisers in your niche, it will show them in the ads. Sometimes the advertisers don't all fit in the ad spot and this will allow the visitor to scroll to see which other advertisers are displayed.

    If you are new to Adsense (and your site) may not show enough advertisers yet for your niche and you may display a public service announcement initially.
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    I have to wonder how many site visitors really

    1. Notice the arrow

    2. Click on it

    3. Willingly submit themselves to more ads
    Your Ad Here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by affninja
    I have to wonder how many site visitors really

    1. Notice the arrow

    2. Click on it

    3. Willingly submit themselves to more ads
    I get about 10% CTR on my ads.

    People just don't mind clicking on Google affiliated links.

    It depends on how you present them.

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