I am seeing adsense showing arrows and was not sure what it was so I clicked (only on the arrows) and ads changed. Just wondering if I did not do the right thing or its nothing.
Please shed some light on this.
adsense introduced a new format of banner ads in which a group 0f 4-5 banner ads are replaced by a single one ,we can move through all of them by clicking on the arrows ..
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