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How to block adsense ads for poor countries?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Giorgi., Jan 22, 2013.

  1. Giorgi.

    Giorgi. Newbie

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    i need help i have site and my ctr is 20%, traffic at poor countries and i need help how to block adsense banners for this countries
     
  2. ibmjango

    ibmjango Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    instead of blocking those country why dont you use country redirect script, so you can monetise that traffic in other way...you have traffic, better to use it in 2 ways instead of blocking them..
    just my suggestion.
    hope it helps.
    Jango
     
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  3. panda23

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    @ibmjango That's exactly what I wanted to tell OP as well.
     
  4. ibmjango

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    no problem panda23 i did it on your behalf.....LOL
     
  5. new2world

    new2world Registered Member

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    20% is too high CTR. Be careful from getting banned.
     
  6. KeyzDT

    KeyzDT Power Member

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    20% is fine if your traffic converts. I had 20% for a long time.
     
  7. DirectSEO

    DirectSEO BANNED BANNED

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    You want a 20% CTR? That's ridiculously high and even if the traffic and clicks are legitimate, expect a lot of Emails & Audits from Google. The average CTR is anywhere between 2%-5%. Some sites may be slightly higher but when you go over that amount you're going to run into some issues. Also, if you're averaging and legitimately achieving a 20% CTR, I'd be interested in finding out how you're able to do so.

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