I noticed recently that my google ads have like an arrow, can I change the ads displayed and choose the ones that work best for me? I really did not try to click on the arrow as I am afraid I might click on the ad and be banned from google.
So are those arrows for us to sort out the best ads?
No, I think the arrows are for viewers to scroll through the ads until they find one they'd like to click on. It probably adds pennies to your CPM, but from Google's perspective over trillions of ad impressions those pennies probably add up ...
Thank you, that's what I thought, However, it would have been nice if that option was available to us, wouldn't it? Not sure though it it would have been fair to the advertisers.
Yeah, I don't think that you need to worry about clicking those buttons. However, you can get some good insight into the type of ads that are displayed on your page.
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