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Please a-ads ,reply to this question , i have 10 blogs(pages) , what is better for me as publisher , create 2 ad units and put them into every each of them ( 2 ad units for 10 pages ) or .... create 2 ad units per page , so that would be 20 ad units , 2 ad units per page , what is better ? how would i earn more ,i think the second option its better , what do you suggetst better ?
If your blogs or pages share the same domain name (or a subdomain of the same domain name) or use the subdomains of the same domain, then 1-2 ad units should suffice.
However make sure that the ad unit code is accessible by the specified URL on the domain. E. g. if you specified "example.com", then you may embed it to "example.com/page1", "site2.example.com", etc, but you must embed it to "example.com" as well or your earnings will be negligible.
Since we count network-wide unique IPs and consider various factors, it is often more profitable to have a 1 better placed ad unit, than a few poorly placed on the page. If all your sites share the same user base, then you might prefer to place ad units only on 1 site.
If your sites are available by sub-domains of the same domain, then you can use
However if your sites have different domain names then you need to create separate ad units for them (because we don't count the impression as unique if the domain doesn't match the ad unit's URL).
Theoretically if your traffic is of high volume & quality and your pages are diverse then creating individual ad units per page might increase the accuracy of targeting -> conversion -> your earnings. I am not sure to what degree it works or will work on practice. For low volume sites it doesn't really matter and is more convenient to use a single ad unit or two.
Ad Unit #355150
Today Unique Immpersion : 478
Earn : 0.00000
No Campaign found in campaign list bt in my website display too many types advertisement.
What is this?
There is a probabilistic algorithm that distributes advertising budgets among ad units. Sometimes it selects your ad unit (thus you earn and start displaying the paid ads), sometimes it misses and you see 0 active campaigns.
If it misses continuously during more than an hour, then it will stop displaying the paid ads on your ad unit and will try to monetize your traffic with free affiliate ads.
Now (when your ad unit is categorized and generates sufficient volume of unique traffic) you are likely to always be selected.