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May I make a suggestion that should help some people with their adsense revenue?
Usually with huboages when you put a picture into your hub it is in the 2nd capsule on the right hand side.
This is not good. This is where you want your adsense ad block to be. The reason being is that the CTR is usually much higher if they see the ad before the picture rather than after.
Give it a try, trust me!
In my opinion this will increase the chance of non-converting traffic to click on the ads which can make your ads smart-priced and trust me there is nothing worse than being smart priced as I have experienced it myself. 0.01$ a click really hurt when you can make 1.00$ for that same click.
I've heard the opposite. I always used to put mine in the top but seem to do better with them in the second capsule. The ad block shows up next to the first capsule if it's long enough and the photo is under.
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