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    Hey there say you have a credit site... and you dont want those stupid service ads shown.. heck knows why they show them and for how long?

    but google gives a place you can have an alternative URL for when service ads are gonnna be displayed.. so what URL do you put in???

    and what alternative can i have if my site is on credit?

    thanks

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    You have to create a page that has the ad on it you want to display, and that is the URL you put in the box.

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    As far as I understood the TOS you are not credited if you put in an alternative url.

    carneol

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    Last hope: Lisaweb is correct. As for options, why not check out 4lowrates (you can read about them in the 5-star forum); they offer debt consolidation loans. Obviously, there are plenty of credit card offers you can run, too ...

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    I put in an html page on my server, which in turn has the javascript code for cj's smartzone. This way, I get nicely targeted rotating ads coming from cj as fillers

    I have just done this, so I don't know how they perform. But they are a heck of a lot more relevant than the public service ads.

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