When designing our Hubpages where is the most effective place to have our ads appear on the page?
When designing our Hubpages where is the most effective place to have our ads appear on the page? I was reading a Hubpage recently that mentioned having ads appear at the top of the page, or does it really make a difference? Thanks in advance.
Yes ad position really matters. I have experimented a lot with different ad positions and found that the ads should be placed just above the post title and below the end of the post. Also place an ad at right side of your post. These ad positions really increase your CTR. Try this and ask me if you have any doubt
Thank you so much Devsir. Can you take a look at this Hub and see what you think? Thanks for the help! http://hazelwood4.hubpages.com/hub/Simp … ed-Cabbage
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