My Adsense account has been approved already.I want to know that should i do some setting changes in Google AdSense account or keep it as it is?Is there any personal settings for displaying adds in GoogleAdsense account.Please let me know.
Google automatically displays ads related to the content on your page. However, you can block some ads using the 'competitive ad filter'.
I just leave the settings as they are. You can exclude some types of ads depending on what types of ads you prefer though.
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