The code looks ok, everything is set up correctly - but still, these users are getting blank ad units. That costs people money and creates a poor user experience.
Webmasters and suspicious searchers flipped their lids when Google changed their AdWords labels from yellow to green in June.
In an effort to provide easier access for mobile users to webpage content, Google announced it will start lowering the rankings of websites with "intrusive interstitials" starting on January 10, 20
Used to be, you could only have three AdSense ads on a page at a time - but no longer!
On April 21st I reported that ads were spotted in the More Places section of local results in Europe.
A new survey found that "Amazon is the preferred starting point for product search."
I didn't expect Google's new green ad labels to be such a divisive issue, but they've created a fissure in the SEO community.
And is it about to burst? That's what users are talking about in this WebmasterWorld thread.
Beginning July 13 of this year, Google will stop accepting and displaying ads for a specific slice of payday and high interest loans.
They call it the L.E.A.N. system because ads clearly need to go on a diet. That stands for "Light, Encrypted, AdChoice supported, and Non-invasive advertising".
There's a new ad unit design on the block for Google AdSense. And it's pretty minimal - white space, a little blue text, and nothing more.
Just a week after Google started testing a very sneaky color change for ads in its European search results, they now appear to be testing ads in loca
The form - but not the function - of Google AdWords is getting a redesign.
Last month, Google changed SERPs so that ads no longer display on the right side of the screen.
Usually when you have an ad in Bing Ads, you get to choose your ad copy description that appears in SERPs.
Google's new best practices document asks bloggers who receive free products to disclose so in their review and to only use nofollowed links.
The death of adsense is a common lamentation on many SEO and web marketing forums.
Google says that repeated violations of their webmaster guidelines will lead to further action
The reactions to this piece of news run the gamut.
You may remember that Firefox began blocking Flash by default back in July. I've personally been gettin
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