We all know that AdSense is to date the best contextual high-paying ad network.
AdSense has very strictly enforced program policies, and if they find that a website is in violation of their TOS, they disable the offending account. It is very important to follow AdSense’s quality and program guidelines, in order to avoid having your AdSense account banned.
One of the most common questions any new blogger will ask is, “What is the maximum number of AdSense units I can put on a page?”
Google AdSense offers different types of ads, and most are categorized in the following formats:
- AdSense content unit
- AdSense link unit
- AdSense for search
AdSense content unit:
Adsense link units:
Adsense for search:
A few things which I have learned from my own experience:
- Sometimes 2-ad units perform better than 3-ad units.
- Placing ads above the fold yields better results.
- A combination of image + text ads perform better.
There are many different options available for the placement of ads, but I highly recommend using a minimum of ad units, or utilizing adverts only at the bottom or at the sidebar.
Let us know how many AdSense ad units you are using on your blog. Are you using all possible ad units, or are you using fewer than the maximum limit?
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