I would like to setup adsense to open in a new window. I have noticed that some hubbers have this feature and some do not. Is it a good idea or can it cause ranking or other issues with search engines like google? How do I configure my adsense account to open in a new window.
Options to open links in a new window are configurable in your web browser.
Some people say when you build this option into a web page, to force links to open in a new window, that the search engines view those the same as a pop-up ad since the search engine can't tell if you are serving an ad to the viewer or not. If that is the case, forcing a new window link could be a bad idea as the search engines frown on pop-ups.
Wow, I didn't know that! I always have my links open in a new browser window so that readers will be less likely to lose my original page. Maybe I need to research that some.
If you had your own site with links on it, then it is customary that when you link to other pages in your site, it is usually done in the same window (internally). But if you link to outside links away from your site, then generally it's opened in a new tab or window. I guess it's all about preference, but that's the way most webmasters I know of do it. But it's bit different here at HubPages because you are not the owner of this site. But for the most part I use the same concept here.
by Appletreedeals 8 years ago
Here's the question: Should you have outbound links open in a new target window, or open over your hub.thoughts: I DO NOT like opening in new window because ...1. users are used to using browser back-arrow to return from links, (I think it is important to not upset a routine)2. for some systems and...
by Heidi Thorne 4 years ago
A reader noted that he would have liked to see the links in my posts open in a new tab/window so that he could easily look at and reference multiple articles at the same time. I don't think this is necessary on all links, of course. But I do think that especially on links that go away from...
by Kelly W. Patterson 10 years ago
I really liked the links capsule until I clicked on one to test it and figured out that it opened in the same window. Is it possible to make it an option to open a new window like when you are adding links within the text.
by Audrey Selig 8 years ago
Is it important to have good keywords in the summary of the hub? Should the initial article on the hub have most of the keywords? Thank you. I am new.
by Venkatachari M 2 years ago
Why can't we get the links opened in a new window?When reading an article or viewing the HubPages feed, etc., we would like to keep the original page intact open and view any linked pages, that open up when clicked on the related articles, posts or links, in a new tab instead of logging out of that...
by Kate McBride 23 months ago
I would like to have the links in my hub open in a new window. Is it possible to do this? Replies to this question will be much appreciated. Thank you
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