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    Is it me or are Google 2n and 3rd ads not showing up on pages. Additionally I am getting repeat ads that are not related to the page they are on.

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    a certain amount of content is necessary before the ads become relevant. if a page is all graphic links that would explain it. I have some pages that vary in number of ads during the day according to what apparently people have ordered their ads to appear on.

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    I am not seeing much repetition at all, and the blanks are better than the psas, in my opnion. In my case, the ads tend to "run out" for some of my sites because people don't run long campaigns or they have used up their daily limits.

    Overall I am pleased with the additional ads AND the new search option.
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    > 2n and 3rd ads not showing up on pages.

    True they are not showing on the 2nd ad most of the time.

    > and the blanks are better than the psas

    I agree blank is better

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    I believe now google allows you to use a collapsing ad function so you don't get the blank spaces. But I would have to agree with Deb - blank spaces beats PSAs anyday.

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