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Disney vs Google the YouTube Boycott

Disney vs Google:
The YouTube Boycott & How It Effects Us Content Creators


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Disney vs Google:
The YouTube Boycott &
How It Effects Us Content Creators

Did you ever wonder what would happen if Disney tried to buy out Google? If you laughed at that thought, then you haven't been watching the news, because that's what's going on right now, and why I titled this page. Disney vs Google: The YouTube Boycott & How It Effects Us Content Creators


Today's question about using Google AdSense comes from the SBI content creator's forum, which is private (costs $30 a month to join) and is pointless for me to link to here as the majority of readers on my site do not have SBI accounts and won't be able to access it.

Now the question had nothing to do with the boycott or Disney vs Google, but you know me... long winded and changing topics, resulted in that's what I talked about.

Here's the question:

[quote="Eyal"]

Hi everyone, I'm new to Adsense and couldn't find the answer to my Q in google Adsense help.

My Q is this:

1.  Does every page require to build a new Ad unit? (a new code?)

2. Suppose I'm about to put 2 different Ad units on a page (same size), should I build 2 different Ad units?

3. How can I avoid from watching the same Ads on the same page? 

Thanks

Eyal

[/quote]

See? Absolutely nothing to do with Disney vs Google at all! LOL!

*sigh*

Let's go get my answer and you can read it for yourself and see how it went from answering this question to rambling about Disney vs Google. 

You'll see that I start out answering her question, then, ramble off topic...


While my original answer to this question (Disney vs Google: The YouTube Boycott & How It Effects Us Content Creators) appeared on a thread in the SBI private forums, my answer here on EelKat.com is longer and has more detail then the one posted on the original forum.

















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Disney vs Google: 
The YouTube Boycott & 
How It Effects Us Content Creators
My Answer:

I use just 1 ad site wide

I use the responsive ad, so it adjusts size to fit viewer's screen vs spot on my site, depending on if it's mobile or desktop or tv viewer (didn't know about the tv viewers until I saw it mentioned on Google's explanation on how to use the responsive ad)

I put the ad in 3 site-wide dots - the one under first paragraph, one in the middle of the sidebar, and one in the top of the footer;

The reason I put them in site wide dot, is because they automatically show up on every page without my having to remember to place them; 

AND, more importantly for me (as my site contains adult/NSFW content on some pages - Erotica author with sample pages of some of my books on some pages) putting them in site wide dot, means I can turn the ads off on certain pages, by turning those 3 site wide dots off on those pages.

I checked with Google, and they told me you can have ads on sites with adult content as long as the ads are not on the pages that contain the adult content, and the adult content is not the majority of the site content and it has to be "tasteful"  - in other words if my site featured say porn videos or sold sex toys, I couldn't use AdSense, but they said, an author home page with ads turned off on the pages promoting the erotica books, was okay... but they suggested it was a site by site basis situation and you seem to only be allowed to do so if you ask them directly...

I had contacted them, about it, after talking with another author who had been banned from AdSense for having Erotica books on her site... turns out she had risque book covers on her site logo on every page of the site and that was what she lost her AdSense for.