Adsense Dissappearing (5 posts)

  1. criticerz92
    Posted 9 years ago #

    I don't know why but adsense is being weird. On my blog, this topic: http://tutorialshift.com/sticky-note/ is not showing the skyscraper ad on the sidebar, but if you put the url like this: http://tutorialshift.com/sticky-note ... it works? Anybody have any ideas of why?

  2. whooami
    Posted 9 years ago #

    umm, I see ads in both those urls

  3. criticerz92
    Posted 9 years ago #

    That's weird... I don't. Another question. On my affiliates page... I try adding an image and put a link to it, but it doesn't show. It's very strange because when my friend adds it for me. It shows for him and everybody else except me. Any ideas?

  4. whooami
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Not really, and Im not going to check your affiliate page :)

    I'll tell you what happened to me though - but I doubt it applies to you since you say you see the ads on one page --

    I put adsense on my pages that are only viewable when someone comes from a search engine. I did this so regular readers didnt have to see ads (ads suck and I dont want my regular readers to have to see them).

    While Im setting this all up, Im testing it.. and lo and behold, Im not seeing ANY ads anywhere. Not in Firefox. Not in ie6. I even upgraded the version of ie I had installed just to see if it was a browser issue.

    I should have realized what the problem was right there, but didnt.

    Instead, I actually ended up posting to googles adsense group asking for help, and of course, everyone else saw the ads just fine.

    20 minutes or so later, I remembered that I had been using a windows host file to block ALL ads, including adsense.

    Editing that host file fixed my problem, and now of course, I see adsense ads, on all sites.

    In other words, sometimes you can be blocking the display of an add using either a host file or even a browser plugin, or spam blocker...etc..

  5. criticerz92
    Posted 9 years ago #

    The thing is, I see one of the adsense ads.

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