What layout do you select to remove that top adsense banner that is over the tit

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  1. The Montreal Post profile image56
    The Montreal Postposted 7 years ago

    What layout do you select to remove that top adsense banner that is over the title? As I believe...

    that it is the one which receives less clicks

  2. simeonvisser profile image83
    simeonvisserposted 7 years ago

    As far as I know we have no control over where the ads are being displayed. Furthermore you should measure before you take action: how do you know it receives less clicks?

  3. brandonord profile image61
    brandonordposted 7 years ago

    You cannot and if you link google adsense to your account I donĀ“t know why you would want too,

    smile

  4. The Montreal Post profile image56
    The Montreal Postposted 7 years ago

    It's just a supposition. When people search for something in search engines, a good part of them click links in the search results page because they are attracted by the title. When they land on the page, I believe (a personal supposition) that they first try to locate the tiltle within the page and then most would pay attention to what is underneath that title.

    And based on that supposition, the highest cpc paying ads would not be ideally placed. I think that the highest paying ads should be located on the L shape just underneath title.

    Anyway, not here to make any trouble, so far hubpages seems really great, and I just wanted to know if that top banner thing would be customizable, or other ad positionning for instance.

    P.S just checked simeonvisser's hubs and I think that his ad positionning is perfect; An L shaped beneath the title, and then another ad INSIDE the L. Just Like that

    Title -------------Profile Pic   
    Ad 1-------------Profile Pic
    content----Ad 2--- Ad3---
    content------------Sidebar
    content------------Sidebar

    Now this is good positionning, with highest cpc being ad 1, just under title. Some other of Simeonvisser's hubs are like that;

    Title------------Profile Pic
    Ad1-------------Profile Pic
    Content-----------Ad2---
    Content----------Sidebar
    Content---Ad3--Sidebar
    Content----------Sidebar

    When taking a look at Brandonord's hubs, I see something like this;

    Title-------------Profile Pic
    Ad1-------------Profile Pic
    Content---------Non-Google ad
    Content--------------------

    And sometimes with his two remaining g ads really on the bottom of the page. I wonder what's up with that.

    Check Brandon's hub;  http://hubpages.com/hub/Top-10-computer … -Christmas

    Sometimes when I refresh this page, theres a google ad under his profile pic, sometimes a non-google ad, and sometimes a facebook widget!

    Considering that I could stay long-term at hubpages, it would be nice to know how to optimize those ads. Cheers!

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    George_Allenposted 7 years ago

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