What do you think about this ads placement?
The first block linear ads, the second block of linear ads and the square box of ads are put very close to each other here. Do you think it will help to get a better click through rate? Have you experimented it yet?
It should be fine, just so you know Hubpages is very closely related to YieldBuild, YieldBuild is a company which has it's focus entirely on ad placement and ad optimization.
by Sharilee Swaity6 years ago
I am puzzled because even when my traffic gets a bit better (low for some, but still good for me right now), my CTR rate for Google is almost always nothing. I get something from Google about once a month, if that, with...
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
I notice for the first time on my Google stats that I have a little red arrow going downwards on Revenue Optimization.. It points to the fact that the size of the ads placed on our pages could be improved. ...
by Inspirepub10 years ago
I am still getting full-width Google ads in the middle of my pages, messing up the layout.The impact of this is that it looks like the Hub is only a few paragraphs long, and readers are unlikely to scroll down far...
by Dan Harmon7 years ago
I always use Amazon ads as I figure the more advertising the better to a point. Placement is questionable, though. I'm not real happy with a string of ads flushed to the right, although that's what I nearly...
by Nell Rose4 years ago
I never moan, in fact I am a quiet little thing, but I must admit that I noticed one thing recently. Ever since they have moved the Ads to the side panel I have lost about 30 dollars over the month. Fact. Please can you...
by Susan Keeping7 years ago
Check this out, and some think the ads on Hubpages are annoying? You can't tell where the article is between all the ads.http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-the-be … people.htm
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