I'm still debating about if making my adsense ads both text and image types is good or bad on my own sites. Seems like when they do show an image, it's got nothing to do with my content.
With text they at least have 2 or 4 different links that might be what they want. With an image it's only one and if they don't like it your screwed.
Yet Google says you should get more clicks using both. What do you think, do you use both, just text or just images?
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