While showing high-quality ads on your web pages is a good thing, you may desire NOT to show ads from your direct competitors.
If that is the case, there’s a tool that allows you to choose which ads not to show on your site. It’s called the “Competitive Ad Filter “.
This ad filter enables you to block ads that connect to specific URLs. You thus can easily block all ads that are linked to your competitors website using this filter.
You can also block all ads that link to subdirectories by entering a top level domain like www.my-competition.com. If both of you are selling the same products on your pages, this can come in very handy.
And here’s an interesting way to kill two Adsense birds with one stone.
Just by adding a Google search box to your web pages, you can be of assistance to your visitors AND increase your Adsense earnings!
Wonder why this works out so great?
Well, when someone uses the search box on your site they’ll be presented with ads concerning the exact search phrase that they typed in.
Geeezz, advertising can’t be more targeted than that!
Guess who’s getting the commission if they click on any of these ads? Huh? Huh?
Making money while helping your visitors, it doesn’t come any better!
By placing a search box on your site you will have the option to choose whether you want your visitor to be able to search the Net as well as your website. You can even have search
results that are tailored specifically to the topics on your site.
Powerful stuff if you ask me.
So, apply it!
And stay tuned, because there’s more coming.
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