I have several blogs where I post google adsense. I have always set them to text only. My theory being that a person is more apt to see something they want with several text links than one single picture.
But I see plenty of others using both the text and picture ads. Do you think it's better to set adsense ads to text and image options too?
by Glen 9 years ago
Once you've researched, drafted, edited, proofed... and before you've published your hub, you should think about a few things you could do to do it justice and add some extra appeal to it.1) Photo or Illustration? I like at LEAST one image. That way when it comes up in the hub search results it has...
by David 470 7 years ago
I have said this in the past, but my CTR for Google adsense has taken a turn for the worst. It seems to be getting worse and worse. I do not know why this is happening. Today was a record low for CTR for me. Does anyone else have a low click through ratio rate? (Do not post exact, not...
by Terrie Lynn 18 months ago
Do most people start articles with a paragraph or a picture?If you use pictures do you use a boarder or not? I am finding out my score changes when I change where the picture is located. Does anyone else notice this?
by shazwellyn 8 years ago
I have just logged into my adsense account and have been offered the new beta Adsense page. Im not sure what to make of it, so comments welcome.
by Rema T V 6 years ago
Is it right to add a text capsule or a picture to a hub I wrote long ago?I like to go through my hub especially when I get a comment on one of my older hubs. Sometimes I feel that there could have been some more information there. Is it ok to add some more text matter or a picture to the hub?
by Reginald Chan 6 years ago
Kontera vs InfolinksDo you either one of them on your blog or website? Which do you think is the better choice for monetization?I personally feel that Kontera gives better ads but for some weird reasons, Infolinks are the one that always out do Kontera in terms of earning (from my experience).What...
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