Can You Spot the AdSense Ads?

August 4, 2006 by  

Such a sneaky AdSense placement.


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Comment by e-tech
2006-08-05 01:25:58’s a new Myspace resource script kinda like a turnkey…very sneaky indeed!

Comment by pinolobu
2006-08-07 02:03:57

but is it illegal?

Comment by pinolobu
2006-08-07 02:06:34

2nd question: isn’t part of the plan not “making ads look like one”? therefore it’s *recommended* to create sneaky adsense placements/configuration?

Comment by surfaddict
2006-08-08 23:10:10 really sneaky..

Comment by Gaman
2006-08-10 15:19:22

pinolobu: Yea, that’s the idea but Google also asks for a distinct separation between content and ads. If the ad is the content then I don’t think Google will be too happy about it.

Comment by Amit Patel
2006-08-27 02:02:37

It is surely allowed, as there are many myspace sites doing this

Comment by Gaman
2006-08-27 10:12:38

Amit: It doesn’t mean Google allows it when many myspace sites doing this. Same thing like YPN, many Myspace sites were using it until Yahoo cancel their accounts. I might shot Google an email to confirm and let you guys know.

Comment by ahwong5
2006-09-02 01:19:16

I have seen a technique from Gobala’s blog, whereby there are number 1,2,3 beside the google advertisement. Does google allow that also?

Comment by Gaman
2006-09-05 00:46:40

Sorry, I am not familiar Gobala’s technique.

Comment by Mr.Wealth
2006-09-10 22:15:17

OMG, how creative is this fellow…!!!! I’m sure google is not allow for this!

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