Keep getting an annoying message on adsense saying my ads are appearing on a site I haven't allowed.
When I check, the sites are
Should I add those to the 'allowed' list do you think ?
Yes, basically those are versions of your pages created when Google translates an article into another language or "caches" (takes a copy) of a page. It's the view you see when you click on "cached" on the search listings.
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