I noticed a big improvement this week in my click thru rate after I changed the format of some of my hubs.The only thing I did was not place a picture or video next to the text in first box.Sounds simple bit it works,this allows for an extra adsense advertisement to appear in place of picture or video.I bet you knew that already.
Lissie beat you to it! She wrote a great Hub about Adsense Placement and that was one of her suggestions.
Another basic tip is to make sure you break up your text over several text boxes, to ensure maximum opportunity to place ads.
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