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Adsense on only one page of a website

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by youtalk, Mar 17, 2013.

  1. youtalk

    youtalk Regular Member

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    Newbie question.

    Can you place Adsense on only one page of your website?
    So if I have a website, and I only want to place Adsense on say just the blog of my website, can I?

    Is it smart to allow competitors to advertise on my blog through Adsense?
     
  2. Murdoch1337

    Murdoch1337 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes, you can do that, and many people do. There are no restrictions saying that you have to have adsense on all of your pages. If you want to limit your competitor's access to your ads, you can block certain websites from advertising on your site through adsense. You'll reduce your earnings by doing so, but if you don't want your competitors poaching your traffic, it might be a good idea.
     
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  3. youtalk

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    What's everyone's take on having your competitors on your Adsense?
     
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    rajakoppula Newbie

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    Yes..Then U Will Only Get The High Performing Ads....If The Ad Units Is Low....
     
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    switch_2012 Power Member

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    Yes you can, if you are consern about competitors on your ads - login to Adsese and add competitor url to your exclude list.

    Regards,

    Switch
     
  6. youtalk

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    Maybe I'm thinking of this the wrong way, but if you are having a hard time competing with them, why not make money off your competitors
     
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    How can you tell who is running Adwords campaigns?
     
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    How can I find out which of my competitors advertise with Adwords?