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I know that Digital point is one of the highest paid forums by Google so he must be doing something right and I was really ...

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    mikeo9043
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    Default How do I get this ad placement?

    I know that Digital point is one of the highest paid forums by Google so he must be doing something right and I was really wondering how to get this ad spot:

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    Digitalpoint released its ad position mod here: ((login for URL))

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarBuG ((login for URL))
    Digitalpoint released its ad position mod here: ((login for URL))
    Thank you thank you!

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    How does this look?

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    I now have 5 ads on my thread page for guests; 3 banner ads, two link ads. This won't cause any problem with Google will it?

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    You answered this question already yourself by passing the registration test

    Anyway: ((login for URL))

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarBuG ((login for URL))
    You answered this question already yourself by passing the registration test

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    Oh yeah haha, well looks like I'm good.

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    the only problem with this ad placement would be of course that you don't control what is written just above the ad, so sometimes could be seen an inciting on clicking on the ads or labelling the ads. But I guess in the end it will be up to the adsense worker to penalize or not, so if it works fine most of the time it's ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesColin ((login for URL))
    the only problem with this ad placement would be of course that you don't control what is written just above the ad, so sometimes could be seen an inciting on clicking on the ads or labelling the ads. But I guess in the end it will be up to the adsense worker to penalize or not, so if it works fine most of the time it's ok.
    Could I solve this problem by putting a line between add and content like:

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    ADS
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    yes, maybe, but no need to solve a non existent problem, if a problem arises one day you'll be alerted by adsense about it. maybe they never contacted dp about it, could be the same for everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesColin ((login for URL))
    yes, maybe, but no need to solve a non existent problem, if a problem arises one day you'll be alerted by adsense about it. maybe they never contacted dp about it, could be the same for everyone.
    I just don't want Adsense to come along one day looking at my site and disable adsharing to it then I will have to file an appeal and all that. I think it's perfectly fine tho because DP is doing it and that site is a high earner and Adsense would have seen it by now.

    I also decided to change it up a bit now the ad looks like this:

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    AD
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    Link to register to remove advertisement
    Last edited by mikeo9043; 04-13-12 at 19:56.

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