Please correct me if I am wrong, but my understanding is that by turing off the Ad program, only my Adsense ads are shown on my Hubs. The 60/40 split still remains in place.
Since my views are improving I thought I would give it a try for a month.
Has anyone else had better results by opting out of the Ad Program? I know this subject has been discussed before but could not see any recent forum posts about it.
As I have some of my lowest traffic in the summer, I personally would never test a different advertising scheme at this time of year. I'd need the trial run to have a lot more useable data and a better chance to demonstrate what it could do than what I'd get with a July or August test.
I test new things when I am having neither my slowest nor busiest time of the year here. YMMV.
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