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    Adsense position
    I have tried many different adsense positions and colors is there a perfect combination it depends on the sites content and layout, as long as the rules are not broken different size ads and colors can work well on the same site if placed correctly to blend in giving a nice visual experience.

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    have I been in the sun fishing too long today? I can't figure out if this is a question or advice?

    If it's a question, I have no idea.

    If it's advice, thanks.
    Be the change you want to see in the world ~ Gandhi

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    Its just my Advice The ads that show on the site must be on topic for anyone to click on them, the visitor to your site is there for that certain subject your site covers. I have found that by changing the type of content on a page and altering the keyword density significantly alters the ads showing on that page.

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    Nice tips. Looking forward to seeing what's next.

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    Google has information about placement as well.

    https://www.google.com/adsense/suppo...y?answer=17954

    Another search on google like "adsense heat map" turns up a wealth of information on ad placement.

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    Wink Check existing thread above..
    Diglet,

    You bring up a good point but probably not a great thread to start. If you check just above this in the forum, Manchesked started a similar thread "The Trick to Google Adsense" with most of this info included and added to. If you start redundant threads you might not get the exposure you're looking for...
    You point however, wasn't included so it would have been a good addition to the existing thread.

    Just trying to help!

    Neil

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