My YieldBuild training is finally complete on one of my other sites but I'm not sure how useful it has been.
I guess I now know where best to place my ads, but I think I could have found that out with adsense channels. I suppose YieldBuild is a loophole to get round the 3 ad zones per page limit of adsense.
Has anyone had good results with their other their ad networks? I think it's good to get ads from different sources, but I'm not sure if my site is big enough to warrant it.
Is there any other advantage of YieldBuild?
I have seen minimal benefite so far other than a little bit extra from yieldbuilds 'premium' ad displays.
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