In the photo capsule if the photos are more than 5, by default it becomes a slideshow. For the slideshow, there appears above the slideshow a thumbnails row of the photos. It seems that in most cases, the visitor clicks only on the thumbnail. Then the page does not change and hence ads do not change. But if there is an option to remove the thumbnail feature, the visitor will click on the slideshow and on each page of the slideshow there are ads. There will be chance for more AdSense revenue.
I understand what you are saying. I have a few articles with numerous photos and one in particular that has 100+ photos and it looks as if visitors clicked on the tumbnail to see the pics instead of going into the whole article. Which truly sucks, but hey! What can I do?!
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