In our Google Adsense account panel, we have the option to choose rather we want to display Text & Image ads, Text Only, or both. So which one do you use? Have you tested both methods..if so which one seems to be the best for earnings? Thanks for sharing.
You do know that choice is only for placing adsense ads on the sites you own and not here on HP?
If you are talking about your own site then they both work very well but you should check out some ad maps to give you an idea of were to place those ads on your site.
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