How To Hide Adsense From Social Traffic

How To Hide Adsense From Social Traffic

Read on to find out How To Hide Adsense From Social Traffic from Stumbledupon, Digg, Technorati, Etc. The secret is to add a little JavaScript around your Ads, so that they will only be displayed if the visitor comes from a search engine. To see this in action, visit this site via search engine and an Adsense ad will replace the banner on top of this post

Update – PHP Alternative

  • If you prefer to code this trick using PHP then do this:

Insert this code where you want the ad to appear
<?php include ('incl_adsense.php'); ?>

- where incl_adsense is this file; gooad.php is your Adsense AD, and amazonad.php is an alternative ad to Adsense for non-search customers.

<?php
function searchengine(){
$ref = $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'];
$SE = array(‘/search?q=’, ‘images.google.’, ‘.google.’, ‘search.’, ‘del.icio.us/search’, ‘soso.com’, ‘/search/’, ‘.yahoo.’);
foreach ($SE as $source) {
if (strpos($ref,$source)!==false) return true;
}
return false;
}
if (function_exists(‘searchengine’)) {
if (searchengine()) {
include(‘gooad.php’);
}
else include(‘amazonad.php’);
}
?>

  • Save Bandwidth:

I find that all these ‘plugins’ tend to slow WordPress down too much at loading, so there is a good case for using this PHP alternative rather than a plugin to hide Adsense from social traffic

  • Please notice that where the Google ad script is included in PHP you need to ‘Escape’ all the double quotes – like this: script=”ad text” must be edited to read script=\”ad text\” and change any ‘slanted’ quotes like ‘ and “ to vertical quotes like these "'
  • Why Hide your Ads?Hide Social Traffic


There is plenty of authority for hiding your ads from social traffic so you can increase your adsense CTR (from Grizzly’s Make Money Online Blog) and not have a lot of “views” that won’t ever get clicked. Here’s a direct quote from Vic Franqui; “One last thing – if you get a lot of social media traffic don’t run adsense. Only use adsense if you draw targeted search engine traffic”.

  • How It’s Done.

So now you can run Adsense even if you get masses of Social traffic – If you run a WordPress blog you can use the ozh who sees ads plugin, but there is no easy plugin for Blogger or your normal website, so I have made up some JavaScript to use anywhere you want to show your ad to search traffic.

  • Wrap the ad in an “iframe”

Some ads like Amazon have the code already wrapped in an iframe, so all you need do is wrap this (green) Script,  around your ad code (red). The script detects if the referrer is Google, Yahoo, etc and displays the ad.

<script type="text/javascript">
<!––
var myArray = [];
myArray[0]= '/search?';
myArray[1]= '.yahoo.';
myArray[2]= 'search.';
myArray[3]= '/search/';
myArray[4]= 'images.google.';
for(var i=0;
i<5;
i++) {
if (document.referrer.indexOf(myArray[i]) > -1)
{
//––>
document.write('
<iframe src="http://rcm.amazon.com/e/cm?t=youraccount-20&o=1&p=26&l=ur1&category=computers_accesories&banner=1SKRXV416ZYVKCEGXQR2&f=ifr" width="468" height="60" scrolling="no" border="0" marginwidth="0" style="border:none;" frameborder="0"></iframe>');
}}
</script>

Substitute your ad code for the code in red above. This will work with any code that is completely wrapped in an iframe.

  • Display Google Adsense

This can be a problem because Blogger, for instance, will overide some scripts you include. The answer is to source the Adsense code from an outside file.  Pop your Adsense ad in a plain html file (adsense.htm); upload it to some place you can access; and call it as the source (src) of an iframe -

<script type="text/javascript">
<!––
var myArray = [];
myArray[0]= '/search?';
myArray[1]= '.yahoo.';
myArray[2]= 'search.';
myArray[3]= '/search/';
myArray[4]= 'images.google.';
for(var i=0;
i<5;
i++) {
if (document.referrer.indexOf(myArray[i]) > -1)
{
//––>
document.write('
<iframe scrolling="no" style="width:125px;height:125px;" frameborder="0" src="http://YourSite.com/adsense.htm" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0"></iframe>');
}}
</script>


Edit the above URL (dark red text) to point to where you uploaded your adsense.htm file, and adjust the width, height to match your Adsense ad

  • Just Copy and Paste

There you go – paste one of the above sets of script into your web page wherever you want the ad to appear. With Blogger, use an HTML/JavaScript Gadget, or else paste it directly into the HTML template in your header if you prefer.

  • Try it and See for Yourself…..

Click on Site Synergy with Keyword Coherence for my Key Word Coherence site and you will see no ads, but Google (or Yahoo) for keywordcoherence and click on the SERP link to that same site and you will see that a banner ad in the header from Amazon and a Google ad in the side bar have appeared, because the referrer was a search engine.

  • Tips to the Wise….

Be sure to edit the iframe dimensions to match your ad and check that your edit program paste function didn’t put left and right quotes into the script instead of plain quotes. Get that right and you will have learned how to hide Adsense from social traffic!

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  2. Mitch posted the following on October 19, 2008 at 11:47 pm.

    My goodness, that seems like a lot of work, though it’s probably not. I guess I don’t worry all that much about the type of traffic I’m getting for my blogs, as long as I get the traffic, and I don’t get many clicks there anyway. I tend to get more Adsense clicks from some of my other websites, which are drawing people specifically looking for that stuff; thank goodness. :-)

    Mitch´s last blog post..What Makes Twitter Interesting

    1. Rhys posted the following on October 20, 2008 at 12:09 am.

      Hi Mitch

      You said; “…..which are drawing people specifically looking for that stuff”. You nailed it right there! That’s exactly what this script is all about, ’cause social traffic waters down your CTR and can cost you lots if you get “smart priced”.

      Thanks for dropping in!

      1. Hosting | John Alden posted the following on August 11, 2010 at 11:16 pm.

        Btw Rhys, i have to say it’s a pretty neat tactic. I actually recently realized that most of the social Traffic doesn’t bring any ad revenue at all. I hope this will be my CTR solution :)
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    2. Web Tasarım | John Alden posted the following on August 11, 2010 at 7:57 pm.

      Thanks a lot Rhys. I’ve been looking to improve my CTR on AdSense for the past few weeks. I’ll try this now :)

  3. Salwa posted the following on October 20, 2008 at 6:21 am.

    Learned something new here. Thanks!

    Salwa´s last blog post..Three Keys To Successful Goal Settings

  4. ABloggerBlog posted the following on October 20, 2008 at 10:42 am.

    This is interesting. It is normally more difficult to get traffic from Social Media to click on the adsense therefore greatly reducing the CTR. With this code, bloggers might be able to make a little more income. Thanks for the share.

    Wei Liang

    ABloggerBlog´s last blog post..Lesson 13: Copywriting skills – How To Write The First Sentence

    1. Rhys posted the following on October 20, 2008 at 5:26 pm.

      Gidday Wei!

      It is exactly that difficulty that this script helps to overcome. I hope your CTR will improve accordingly.

  5. Dennis Edell posted the following on October 22, 2008 at 5:32 pm.

    Now this is sweet! I’m saving it if I ever go back to using adsense ;)

    Dennis Edell´s last blog post..Are You Like Jack?

  6. Dennis Edell posted the following on October 22, 2008 at 5:35 pm.

    Can you show me how to subscribe to your feed via email?

    Dennis Edell´s last blog post..Are You Like Jack?

  7. Rhys posted the following on October 22, 2008 at 5:37 pm.

    Hi Dennis -

    Nice to see you again, of course the script works with anything, not just Adsense……

  8. Rhys posted the following on October 22, 2008 at 5:41 pm.

    @Dennis

    Same answer as for my other blog at WeBlog I will set up an auto adviser and you should get notification automatically.

  9. Larry posted the following on October 24, 2008 at 11:56 am.

    Learn something new everyday, Thanks for the Tip!

    Larry´s last blog post..Tips On Writing Amazing Blogs

  10. Blog for Beginners posted the following on October 25, 2008 at 11:47 am.

    My goodness you really know your stuff, Rhys. I hate social traffic as it always causes some issues with my hosting whenever stumble traffic invades my blog. It’s time to move to VPS now..

    Anyway, good to see you, Rhys..

    Yan

    Blog for Beginners´s last blog post..Ask My Readers #1

  11. Rhys posted the following on October 25, 2008 at 6:22 pm.

    @ Yan!

    Good Morning to you too. Thanks for dropping by.

    BTW. I give you 10/10 for courage with your latest post (AskMy Read…..), and I suspect it will produce real gold in ‘feedback’.
    ;-)

  12. mcguillan posted the following on October 29, 2008 at 11:09 am.

    Their are many ways to hide adsense, you can just implement the referer detection in your php-code directly. This way it is even more controlable..

    mcguillan´s last blog post..Backlinkgeil – Oder Spammen statt Kommentieren

  13. Rhys posted the following on October 29, 2008 at 8:58 pm.

    @mcquillan

    Indeed PHP is good, I use php on this blog to do just that, but the point of this particular script was to use a client-side script, rather than a server-side script because it is much easier for those ‘copy and paste’ users, and it works on Blogger, etc, where there are blocking codes that prevent server-side scripts working.
    ;-)

    Rhys´s last blog post..How To Hide Adsense From Social Traffic

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  15. mosh posted the following on October 30, 2008 at 8:17 pm.

    Hello
    its nice trick
    but i think its much better to do it in php
    smth like that:

    if (traffic form serps or $_COOKIE['myads']) {
    show ads;
    put or update $_COOKIE['myads'] timelife;
    }

  16. central coast california real estate posted the following on November 7, 2008 at 4:05 am.

    I love the ozh who sees ads plugin that I use on my word press blog. But I also have a Blogger site & this post of yours was exactly what I was looking for! Unfortunately, so far I just can’t quite figure out how to get an htm file of my adsense code onto my server so I can point to it in your code here for my blogger site.

    central coast california real estate´s last blog post..Santa Barbara Homes for Sale

  17. Rhys posted the following on November 7, 2008 at 6:55 am.

    Hi Centralcoast……

    Do a search for free upload hosting and choose one that suits you; or try this one pick one off this list here: http://www.geekuploads.com/index.php
    (Free upload sites are NOT suitable)

    Edited 11th Feb 09 – ;-)

  18. Chewbacca posted the following on November 11, 2008 at 6:12 pm.

    This is an awesome post. Thanks for the blogger code. This should be a huge help. Social traffic sucks and most of my sites don’t get it, but its still a nice chunk of code to add when you need it.

    Chewbacca´s last blog post..Get backlinks that are strong

  19. Rhys posted the following on November 11, 2008 at 6:23 pm.

    Hi Chewbacca -

    I know it’s hard to find functional code for Blogger, so I’m happy to be of help.

    I endorse your point that we ought to “get backlinks that are strong“!

    Rhys´s last blog post..CommentLuv Guarantees Premium Keyword Backlinks

  20. Rhys posted the following on November 20, 2008 at 4:03 am.

    @CCCRE(above)

    Whoops, Word Press edit tool suppressed the second hyphen in the comment code of the posted script, so it looked like this <!–
    instead of this <!––

    It is now corrected – Rhys

  21. central coast california real estate posted the following on November 22, 2008 at 12:31 pm.

    Thanks for the correction! This is awesome! I inserted your code on my Blogger blog, and its working like a charm!

    There is no other place on the internet (trust me, I searched!) where you can get a free code for this function to use on Blogger. What a valuable tool! Anyone on Blogger who wants to increase their CTR and has social traffic absolutely needs to have this! Thanks for putting this together, Rhys, and thank you for your personal attention and help to me! You rock!

    central coast california real estate´s last blog post..Central Coast California Home Loans

  22. webkinz posted the following on December 2, 2008 at 1:58 am.

    Wow, it’s a nice idea to show ads just for search engines traffic. I’ve tried to block ads for some social networks before but this way is much broader. I’ll try it on 1 of my blogs.

    webkinz´s last blog post..Virtual Images for January Webkinz 2009

  23. Adventurous Wench posted the following on December 3, 2008 at 3:04 am.

    Wow – I’ve never heard of this before! I had no idea that you should hide AdSense from some visitors, let alone how to do it. I’m happy I ran across your blog, and I’ll have to look into implementing this tip. Thanks!

    Adventurous Wench´s last blog post..So there we were.. power lounging at White Bay

  24. Seaward posted the following on December 29, 2008 at 4:30 am.

    sounds interesting and seems to be a nice trick.

  25. Geoserv posted the following on January 6, 2009 at 8:12 pm.

    STUMBLED!

    This is a great idea. Thanks for the idea and code.

    Geoserv´s last blog post..Where’s my Pagerank?

  26. KC Concepcion posted the following on January 19, 2009 at 8:17 am.

    Upon reading this, I realized my site is a ‘victim’ of social traffic. My adsense impression is high but the CTR is a nightmare. Mine is a static website (not blog) and I use PHP. Can anyone show me the PHP code to do this stuff? I prefer to use PHP if somebody can show me the code.

    Great article indeed!

  27. Rhys posted the following on January 20, 2009 at 3:47 am.

    @KC Concepcion

    Funny you should ask – I originally coded this in PHP, but went to JS because it suited all the bloggers.

    I have updated the post with the relevant code attached.

    Hope this helps – Rhys

  28. KC Concepcion posted the following on January 20, 2009 at 10:25 am.

    @Rhys

    Sir thank you very much, it’s really a big help for a newbie like me. More power and God Bless..

  29. Make Money Online with SEO posted the following on January 21, 2009 at 5:40 am.

    Hi Rhys,

    I’d forgotten you’d done this then saw your comment in Griz’s with the link.

    I’ve been using the ozh who sees ads on my WP sites but had to swallow the social traffic on my blogspots and static sites and even withhold adsense on some, so this is a really useful piece of code for me.

    Thanks man!

    Terry Didcott

  30. Rhys posted the following on January 21, 2009 at 6:34 am.

    @ Terry -

    You’re very welcome – we keep that ‘smart pricing’ at bay – Right?
    ;-)

    Rhys´s last blog post..CommentLuv Guarantees Premium Keyword Backlinks

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  32. Stephen Cronin posted the following on January 31, 2009 at 8:30 am.

    Hi Rhys,

    Greetings from Brisbane…

    Just finished the post I’ve been working on for a couple of weeks on how to show ads only to search visitors on Blogger (after reading Grizzly’s post).

    I use a different method from the one you show above – your method is much simpler, but I’m a bit worried about the IFrames and relevency of the ads. From your Blogger site, the ads look relevant, but I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts on this!

    Anyway, thanks and take care.

    Stephen Cronin´s last blog post..Blogger – How To Add Adsense Inside Single Posts Only

  33. Rhys posted the following on January 31, 2009 at 9:06 pm.

    Hi Stephen!

    Return greetings from Sth Australia.

    I was encouraged to use iFrames when I noticed that Amazon do. (Figured they were likely to know what they were doing!)

    The Adsense server draws its info from the page that invokes it, so the iFrame surround will not compromise the relevance.

    This is a really simple code-set, very suitable for Bloggers who generally tend to be non-geek.
    ;-) – Rhys

    BTW, it works for any ads, not just Adsense, there is some value in NOT hitting your core readers with advertising.

    1. psycholog posted the following on September 21, 2009 at 6:14 am.

      I know it’s hard to find functional code for Blogger, so I’m happy to be of help.

      I endorse your point that we ought to “get backlinks that are strong“!

  34. Stephen Cronin posted the following on February 1, 2009 at 8:28 am.

    Hi Rhys,

    I just responded to your comment on my post, but I’ll paste the crux of it here:

    I would have thought that the Adsense bot would wait until it’s called by a page (ie by the ad unit), then use the referrer information to crawl the page to see what it’s about. The referrer information would contain the URL for the IFrame, not the URL for the page that has the IFrame embedded. I guess the Adsense bot just crawls your site page by page rather than use the referrer.

    Anyway, your method is much simpler and it seems to work, so I’m happy to recommend it.

    Best of luck for 2009 and I’m sure I’ll see you around more (I lurk on Grizzly’s blogs, but don’t comment much).
    Cheers,
    Stephen

    Stephen Cronin´s last blog post..Blogger – How To Add Adsense Inside Single Posts Only

  35. High yeild savings posted the following on February 3, 2009 at 8:23 am.

    Great tip. Most people never bother making code for blogger they always make it for wordpress. I wonder if not showing ads on image search would increase earnings also. I do not think they click many ads so it would be interesting to see if you earn more not showing ads when someone finds site from image search.

    High yeild savings´s last blog post..Best high yield certificate of deposit rates.

  36. Aaron posted the following on February 3, 2009 at 11:10 am.

    This is the perfect solution to using WP-Super-Cache on your wordpress blog. Super Cache is incompatible with the Who Sees Ads plugin as it creates completely static pages with no ability to use PHP on the fly. Letting JavaScript do the work will keep the pages cached and static, but still enable ads to be shown only to search engine visitors.

    Aaron´s last blog post..Finding Cheap Airfare

  37. Rhys posted the following on February 3, 2009 at 9:47 pm.

    @High yield savings

    Very interesting point: I haven’t actively considered that before, but had wondered about some of my sites where there is a lot of Google Image searches showing on the stats.

    There is an easy cure – delete [or comment out] this line from the code:

    “myArray[4]= ‘images.google.’;”

    @Aaron

    Perhaps you could put up a post about that for the benefit of other WP-Super-Cache users ;-)

  38. Anonymous posted the following on February 7, 2009 at 7:01 pm.

    Will this put your adsense account in risk?

    Is it considered editing the code?

    I already lost my BH adsense account and don’t want to risk my WH adsense account getting banned haha.

  39. J posted the following on February 7, 2009 at 10:20 pm.

    Tried this with geocities, didn’t work. Tried the link you suggested, geekuploads, but they didn’t allow uploading htm files :(

    Any other suggestions where I can upload? I use blogger and don’t really have my own website.

  40. Shanker Bakshi posted the following on February 9, 2009 at 12:33 pm.

    YES I have seen few other guys doing that Trick of hiding AdSense from Social Media Sites traffic.

    Shanker Bakshi´s last blog post..Twitter Limits Following to 2000 People

  41. Rhys posted the following on February 11, 2009 at 12:18 am.

    @ Anonymouse

    The code is not changed in any material way.

    @J

    How in the Heck am I supposed to respond to your question if you don’t put your e-mail address??

    However, for the benefit of other users, here goes:

    I tried all the free file upload sites and none of them are any good, they either don’t allow hot-linking, or they ban files with html or php.

    Answer = sign up with a Free Hosting site (I used awardspace.com with no problems); upload your Adsense ad file, and link to it from Blogger.

    It takes maybe half an hour to set it up, but you have got a free permanent site you can use to store files online, and host anything you want!

  42. Ken posted the following on February 11, 2009 at 1:10 am.

    Hi Rhys,

    Is it possible to add a ‘else’ statement to the code above (the javascript one) so if the traffic is not from search engine, we can show the visitor another CPM graphic ads or any other stuffs?

    I want to show my regular user something else instead of blank spot at the headline (where the ads reside). :)

    Ken´s last blog post..White Elegant Miseal Mini Palm Sized Projector

  43. Steve McGrath posted the following on February 11, 2009 at 6:28 am.

    Hi Rhys,

    I added something similar(php) on my blog and I’m getting better CPC since then. Like Ken mentioned, a “else” would be nice to show an affiliate banners. Btw, the code I had was different than yours but in the end, it works. :D

    You can use that tip in one of the theme included in MyStarterBlog. Just modified one to your taste. You could have incl_adsense_468_60.php, incl_adsense_300_250.php

    Nice of you to show a Javascript alternative of the code.

    Steve McGrath´s last blog post..My Alternative to WordPress, Joomla, Blogger…: MyStarterBlog

  44. J posted the following on February 11, 2009 at 6:36 am.

    Through comments Rhys, ’cause I have tons of emails and rarely stick to one. But if you insist lol

    BTW, which one would you recommend? Iframe or php?

    Would this affect the ad relevance at all if I use iframe?

    Currently using PHP method and I get the same ads.

    And is this all legal with google? Just started making money from adsense and I don’t want my precious $8 bucks(haha sad I know) a day getting banned.

    Oh and I actually feel less like a sleezebag when I get links from do follow comments, because the ads are going to be hidden when they click on my site to check LMAO. :P

  45. Rhys posted the following on February 11, 2009 at 6:43 am.

    @J

    PHP is good.

    I don’t find any specific reference in G’s TOS, but the ‘spirit’ of this script is good – after all the effect is to display Adsense ONLY to search traffic -can’t ask for better than that!

    ;-)

  46. Rhys posted the following on February 11, 2009 at 6:53 am.

    @Ken -

    Great idea – I’ll have a play with that tomorrow when I wake up.
    8-)

  47. Ken posted the following on February 12, 2009 at 6:50 pm.

    Hi Rhys!

    Looking forward to your ‘play’ since I don’t understand javascript. ;)

    One more feature that pretty important is to add cookie to the searcher who found our site through search engine. Stephen Cronin at his post about Avoiding smart pricing has the solution but too bad it’s PHP driven, which mean if you are using cache plugin, it won’t function properly (correct me if I’m wrong).

    Most of user have around 2 pageviews per visit, which mean it’s kind of leaving the money on the table to only displaying ads in the first page while user will leave the page after browsing for awhile…

    Ken´s last blog post..GScreen Intros New Dual Screen Laptop

  48. Rhys posted the following on February 13, 2009 at 7:59 am.

    @Ken

    and Goldurn it! You are raising un-ignorable issues here. I totally agree with your points; So I guess I have to address them.

    I have done two sets of code, JavaScript and PHP. You will find them here on my teaching Blog.

    Both Scripts will display an Adsense ad to Search Traffic and an alternative banner to Social Traffic;

    Enjoy :-D

  49. Ken posted the following on February 13, 2009 at 8:17 pm.

    I really enjoy it! Thanks Rhys! :)
    Btw, the link is not working, [edit = now fixed - Rhys]I was using the “view page source” to get the link to your How to hide adsense post.

    Again, thanks for your hard work to code for us! Really appreciate it.

    Ken´s last blog post..Acer X960 and Acer DX650 VGA HSDPA Smartphone Leaked

  50. JD posted the following on February 21, 2009 at 8:40 pm.

    This is a very helpful. I don’t necessarily need to use this for adsense but I had other things I want to show or not show based on where someone comes from. Mainly I am concerned about showing pictures and other content on a site I have. I’m not a great computer program but I may be able to sue what you have here to solve my problem.

    Thanks!

    JD´s last blog post..Australia’s Kwongan Heathland

  51. Rhys posted the following on February 21, 2009 at 10:16 pm.

    @JD

    You are on to it! You can adapt this code to display whatever to whomever – just change the referrer criteria to whatever you like………..

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  53. jessica mcbrown posted the following on February 23, 2009 at 7:15 am.

    hello i try to use your code but i get some error maybe smart quote issue i am not sure can you please help me i have got tons of traffic from google image search i want traffic but i do not want to show adssense ads so is it possible to get code without smart code issue

    jessica mcbrown´s last blog post..did elisabeth hasselbeck have her baby

  54. Adsense Tips posted the following on February 25, 2009 at 3:29 pm.

    Great post!
    I’ve been looking for this for some time now! Some good way to do this. Another solutuon would be by doing it in the backend in php for instance, but this works just as well probably

    Anyways, thanks again.

    Keep ehm coming

    Adsense Tips´s last blog post..Simple Trick that can Double your adSense CTR

  55. Rhys posted the following on February 27, 2009 at 9:55 pm.

    @Jessica

    Here is the code with the smart quotes removed and edited to hide the ads from Google Images. Copy and paste it to your page.

    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!–
    var myArray = [];
    myArray[0]= '/search?';
    myArray[1]= '.yahoo.';
    myArray[2]= 'search.';
    myArray[3]= '/search/';
    for(var i=0;
    i<4;
    i++) {
    if (document.referrer.indexOf(myArray[i]) > -1)
    {
    //–>
    document.write('<iframe src="http://rcm.amazon.com/e/cm?t=youraccount-20&o=1&p=26&l=ur1&category=computers_accesories&banner=1SKRXV416ZYVKCEGXQR2&f=ifr&#34; width="468" height="60" scrolling="no" border="0" marginwidth="0" style="border:none;" frameborder="0"></iframe>');
    }}
    </script>

    P.S., Don’t forget to change the ad code to your own ad code!

    Rhys´s last blog post..CommentLuv Guarantees Premium Keyword Backlinks

  56. Black mold removal posted the following on March 2, 2009 at 6:14 am.

    That is a great idea. I wonder how it effects ads shown on site if they are in a frame. Could you make ads show different ones than keywords on page they are shown.

    Black mold removal´s last blog post..Mold removal.

  57. freestuff posted the following on March 2, 2009 at 6:19 am.

    I wonder if putting ads in iframe would effect ads shown. How does it know what keywordds or ads to show.

    freestuff´s last blog post..Freeloans

  58. Kawasaki motorcycles posted the following on March 2, 2009 at 11:30 pm.

    It is normally more difficult to get traffic from Social Media to click on the adsense therefore greatly reducing the CTR..i thnk PHP is good… I use php on my blog and in my website also..

  59. Rhys posted the following on March 3, 2009 at 12:46 am.

    @Freestuff

    the ad is triggered by the calling page, not the iFrame, so the content is relevant to the page that called it!
    :-D

  60. Ganhar Dinheiro Net posted the following on March 7, 2009 at 10:46 am.

    Hi

    Well I´ve a few blogger blogs and this code is usefull for that purpose.

    I will try on other free blogging plataforms if it works ..

    Cumps

    Ganhar Dinheiro Net´s last blog post..Ganhar Dinheiro Facil na Internet

  61. T1 internet posted the following on March 15, 2009 at 12:17 pm.

    I did not know you could show adsense in frames. Sounds like a great idea to show ads to the traffic type you want.

  62. Egipt posted the following on March 25, 2009 at 4:05 am.

    Revelation. You are great for me!

  63. Broadband posted the following on March 27, 2009 at 9:06 am.

    Never knew this was possible. Thanks for the information.

  64. Wuhan posted the following on April 7, 2009 at 1:41 pm.

    Hello:

    I think this is a good idea. I hope after you provide us with more information. Thanks for the idea and code.

  65. FriendTek.com posted the following on April 27, 2009 at 1:35 pm.

    You should show your adds to as much traffic as possible, limiting adds would just your overall income.

    At the last Google Adsense online live chat I asked the experts about this and they pretty much said your just hurting yourself by not showing adds as much as possible.

    Though it is true the ppc is slightly higher for people coming directly from search you will lose in the end with just less clicks and less revenue at the end of the day.

    The advice they gave was show as many adds as possible to make the most money.

    FriendTek.com´s last blog post..Tell Me Why Anchor Text Is Influential To Getting Organic Traffic?

    1. Rhys posted the following on May 1, 2009 at 11:22 am.

      @FriendTek

      Of course they would advise showing it to all, that is their vested interest. What we are advocating here is NOT showing it to social traffic that doesn’t ‘click’ because if your CTR is too low you will get SMART PRICED!

      Enough of us have tested this theory to prove it works. What is the use of going for a few more clicks from social traffic if your return per click drops to one or two cents? My returns now range from 25 cents to $2+ per click since I put this in place. Try it before you knock it. The bottom line is revenue, not clicks.

      Rhys´s last blog post..Monetize Your Site

  66. Phone service posted the following on May 1, 2009 at 10:25 am.

    Great article. Thanks for making the code for both wordpress and blogger. I have a old blogger blog with adsense and i think it is smart priced because of some of the traffic. I have to try it because it seems to make alot of sense.

    Phone service´s last blog post..Broadband phone voip service.

  67. ovario poliquistico posted the following on May 12, 2009 at 7:17 am.

    very interesting info, t
    hank you for sharing with us

  68. Tedy posted the following on May 17, 2009 at 7:51 pm.

    This is nice post. When I search in google using term “biznz.org” with Internet Explorer, I see the adsense here. But, if I try to search “biznz.org” in google using Mozila, I do not see the adsense here.

    I think the script works only in IE, but not in Mozila. Is it right? I really thanks if someone can give me the script that can works in IE and Mozila.

    1. Rhys posted the following on May 17, 2009 at 9:53 pm.

      Hi Tedy

      The code works with search engines only, that is the purpose of it. If you search for a keyword off my site: E.G, “How To Hide Adsense From Social Traffic” using the Mozilla search bar, you will get biznz.org listed as 1 on the SERP, which when clicked, will display the ad. This works AOK, and is the intended use of the code. Typing in a URL [biznz.org] defeats the purpose of the code.

      Anyone searching br URL wouldn’t be shown the ad because we are trying not to display it to anyone except keyword searchers.

      8)

  69. Best etf funds list posted the following on May 19, 2009 at 5:15 pm.

    Great post. Most people never realize how they get smart priced let alone how to stop it. I like the fact you tell them about social sites everyone thinks they help make more money but sometimes they hurt. Just shows you search traffic is always the best traffic.

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  70. caleb34 posted the following on May 23, 2009 at 11:21 am.

    hey, great post. I have noticed my ctr is not near as good from social sites

  71. Lee, Blogger's Workshop posted the following on May 24, 2009 at 1:05 am.

    Great trick, and one that’s easy enough to implement that even I may be able to handle it :-)

    Thanks for posting this!

    Lee

    Lee, Blogger’s Workshop´s last blog post..Does Your Blog Educate and Entertain?

  72. daily cell phone news posted the following on May 24, 2009 at 4:09 am.

    I love the ozh who sees ads plugin that I use on my word press blog. But I also have a Blogger site & this post of yours was exactly what I was looking for!

    daily cell phone news´s last blog post..Smartparts 8″ LCD Picture Frame

  73. Market Timing posted the following on June 2, 2009 at 6:18 am.

    This is a very good idea. higher CTR from adsense will be achieved if you hide your ads like you have outlined. Thank you for the read.

  74. Used Machinery posted the following on June 3, 2009 at 4:23 am.

    Today there are several ways to get traffic to your website. Social media traffic is one of them does traffic from stumbleupon, facebook, myspace, digg etc will help convert better for affiliate marketing.

  75. Tanie bilety lotnicze posted the following on June 4, 2009 at 9:21 pm.

    I did not know you could show adsense in frames. Sounds like a great idea to show ads to the traffic type you want.

  76. Ruud posted the following on June 8, 2009 at 8:14 am.

    The script doesn’t apear on my blog.
    I don’t know were the mystakes is.

    Ruud´s last blog post..DIARREAS EN NIÑOS MENORES DE 5 AÑOS

  77. powertools posted the following on June 17, 2009 at 9:52 am.

    Great post. I have to try this i get alot of image traffic and have low ctr. I seen some sites that have adsense ads for search terms that people go to site for how do they make that work. Site could be about baking but found in google for ovens and shows ads for oven not sure how they do it it seems like more people would click on the ads related to search they found site with.

    powertools´s last blog post..Router bits.

  78. Radon testing posted the following on June 19, 2009 at 2:04 am.

    Great idea. I seen earings go down when i subitted to social traffic sites so this makes alot of sense. I will try the codes you use thanks i like the fact you show how to do it.

  79. wakacje posted the following on June 25, 2009 at 2:26 am.

    Very interesting article and idea – increase CTR!

  80. digital photography posted the following on June 29, 2009 at 7:57 pm.

    This looks like a good idea. I know some traffic has very low click thru rates and it does hurt your earnings. I have to try the codes for social and image sites and see how it effects my click thru rates and earnings. Thanks i never seen the codes for this before.

    digital photography´s last blog post..Free photo and photography sites

  81. freebees posted the following on July 3, 2009 at 2:22 am.

    Thanks i will have to see if this works. I know i was getting low paid ads on site and looked at ads and blocked them so far. It works good and i earn more but this sounds easier than looking at what ads all the time.

    freebees´s last blog post..datingservices

  82. premier cosmetics posted the following on July 9, 2009 at 3:22 pm.

    I think you must show your add as much as possible, because more people will click. Increasing CTR with letting less people to see your ad it is not a good idea in my opinion.

  83. exon mobil posted the following on July 9, 2009 at 9:30 pm.

    That sounds like a good idea. I have to find some place i can use for the code that allows it. Blogger will not so i need to find a free place that lets me call the ad up and loads fast.

    exon mobil´s last blog post..Ford motor company stock.

  84. Webkinz Codes posted the following on July 11, 2009 at 12:33 pm.

    Thanks for the info, was looking for something like this.

  85. Cathy from How To Make Money Fast Online posted the following on July 14, 2009 at 3:15 am.

    I’m wondering why you prevent hiding adsense from social traffic hence it doesn’t ask money from the site owner when displaying the adsense.

    I guess this would be favorable to Adwords since every click is money!

    Cathy from How To Make Money Fast Online´s last blog post..Free Twitter Guide – Step by Step Money Making Formula

  86. houston web hosting posted the following on July 16, 2009 at 9:22 am.

    I like this idea. I see code for blogspot but not sure they work on that blog. I know they are hard to add scripts or change things so i might try it on a site just to see how it works. WordPress it works great on and ctr will go up so earnings should go up also.

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  87. datingservices posted the following on July 20, 2009 at 10:41 pm.

    Thanks i will have to try this code. I do see some traffic from social sites and it does not convert. This sounds like it will help click thru rate alot.

  88. freeloan posted the following on July 28, 2009 at 7:52 pm.

    Thanks for the code for blogger i have to try it. I know some codes do not work on some of the blogger templates so i will see if this one does. Not sure why some work and others do not it seems to depend on the template you choose.

  89. Anna posted the following on August 1, 2009 at 7:24 am.

    Doesn’t placing iframe around the ads put your adsense account at risk? Don’t want Adsense to terminate my account… I myself am struggling with low ctr because I get often found through image search. Contemplating on using your code. It works on a regular website and not just Blogger/Wordpress, right? Thanks for your article!

    1. Rhys posted the following on August 1, 2009 at 10:24 am.

      Hi Anna -

      The ‘spirit’ of the TOS is not compromised by using this iFrame, and there have been no reports of G getting upset about it.

      Use this code on any HTML page! :-D

  90. coolsites posted the following on August 3, 2009 at 3:46 pm.

    Thanks i have to try this idea. I seen some people say searches from certain countries also lower earnings. I know some use a script or code like this to not show ads to certain countries so thier click thru rate is higher.

  91. shopping sites posted the following on August 9, 2009 at 6:43 am.

    Thanks that is a good tip. I did not know you could put adsense in a frame and it would still show ads related to site.

  92. Cathy from Make Money Online posted the following on August 11, 2009 at 7:18 pm.

    Is the code above intended to hide adsense from Social Traffic applicable for blogspot platform?

    1. Rhys posted the following on August 13, 2009 at 8:56 am.

      @ Cathy, Yep – Read the post – (Display Google Adsense) :-D

  93. Make money with paypal posted the following on August 11, 2009 at 10:34 pm.

    Thanks for the codes. I have a site i used adsense on and it never paid me much. I did notice most traffic was not search engines so it sounds like that is the reason earnings where so low. I will have to try your idea and see if it helps my earnings.

  94. Brad Dohack posted the following on August 14, 2009 at 5:49 am.

    I’m not really sure why you would want to remove adsense from social media traffic. Don’t you want those clicks too?

    1. Rhys posted the following on August 15, 2009 at 12:25 pm.

      @Brad –

      The logic is simple – search traffic is motivated: therefore likely to click an ad – social traffic is just that, social, just looking to be entertained.
      Research shows that social traffic doesn’t click ads; and also that Adsense penalises you with smart pricing for low quality traffic.
      :-D

  95. Udegbunam Chukwudi posted the following on August 20, 2009 at 2:00 am.

    @Rhys: You don’t seem to understand what Tedy was tring to make you see when he said “When I search in google using term “biznz.org” with Internet Explorer, I see the adsense here. But, if I try to search “biznz.org” in google using Mozila, I do not see the adsense here.”
    This is not a keyword issue but one that has to do with the browsers. Some browsers simply don’t support the script version. I keep my fingers crossed and await a solution from Stephen Cronin, RT Cunningham or you, that makes the php version compatible with cache plug-ins.
    Have a nice day and keep up the good work.

    1. Rhys posted the following on August 20, 2009 at 11:33 am.

      @Udegbunam – Greetings to you, and thank you for asking about this.

      This script is DESIGNED to work for search queries, and it does, with the IE, Yahoo, and Live(Bing) search bars, in both IE and Firefox.

      When I test search for the LTK term “How to Get Listed Twice in the Top Ten SERPs” it works perfectly; I.E., Shows BizBlog » Blog Archive » How to Get Listed Twice in the Top Ten SERPs as No 1 on the SERP and when that result is clicked, the ad is displayed.

      The error here by Tedy is in the fundamental premise: “When I search in google using term “biznz.org”. It does not, and was designed not to work by typing URLs in the search bar

      The logic here is to detect focussed “search” traffic and to display relevant ads to it; but not to display ads to traffic arriving via URL: And I’m very happy that it does exactly that. The page Google lists as #1 in the SERP will be one most relevant to the Keyword being searched for; Adsense will display ads only relevant to that keyword term; the searcher will see ads pertaining only to the Key term (s)he searched for – Viola! – success.

      :-D

  96. Best websites posted the following on August 24, 2009 at 4:28 am.

    Thanks for amking the code so you can use it on any site. I have to see how this works and if it does make a difference.

  97. Movie downloads posted the following on August 30, 2009 at 4:05 am.

    This sounds like a great way to only shows ads when you want. I wonder why google does not have setting that lets you choose to show ads like this. Thanks i will have to try the code you made it looks good to me.

  98. Polzic posted the following on September 4, 2009 at 3:08 am.

    I ve made all you said, but my banner doesnt appear, i have to go to the blogger adsense wadget!

    CAn you give me a clue?

    My htm is in the

    http://galeon.com/polzic/adsense.htm

    and in that location it works!!!

    1. Rhys posted the following on September 9, 2009 at 11:32 am.

      Can’t see any Hide Adsense code in the page code for site http://legosargentina.blogspot.com/.

      Where are you actually putting the code to display the HTML?
      :?

  99. Dave posted the following on September 17, 2009 at 10:06 pm.

    Thanks for sharing, I never thought social traffic is bad for adsense before :)

  100. workers compensation Las Vegas posted the following on September 24, 2009 at 7:19 pm.

    This looks great although I’ve yet to implement it on my blog, I think it’s good considering it’ll annoy less people because Ads can take time sometimes to load pages so it’s good for everyone if you can hide it and show it only to certain audience so you get clicks as well.

    Thank you, I may try it out soon.

  101. Ireland Money Online posted the following on September 29, 2009 at 9:19 pm.

    Great info. Just want to share for blogger platform user, the scrpt can be parse to make available on blogspot. html parser can be found at http://www.blogcrowds.com/resources/parse_html.php
    .-= Ireland Money Online´s last blog ..Make money with paid online surveys =-.

  102. kissing bears baskets posted the following on October 7, 2009 at 3:45 am.

    How can I cancel my google adsense account and start all over with different name but the same web site? It’s all because I’ve had this google adsense account for more than 2 years and the traffic to my website is quite good.
    .-= kissing bears baskets´s last blog ..celebrations with bears baskets =-.

  103. Make Quick Money posted the following on October 17, 2009 at 2:49 am.

    Hey Rhys,

    It feels good to see a lot of traffic in which social media’s traffic is also merged.

    But you cannot consider as a business point of view. traffic is good, but on minutely going through every detail the real clicks are almost half in my case.

    Using your programming that you’ve showed above I can get a clear picture about it.

    Thanks for posting it.

  104. Bratwurst Recipes posted the following on November 13, 2009 at 8:28 am.

    Hi Rhys,
    You do have great info here.
    Thanks for the blogger code, I am sure this will be very helpful.
    Thanks for sharing!

  105. Oes Tsetnoc posted the following on December 3, 2009 at 9:58 am.

    WTF! I’ve been looking and get nothing from other websites. A great find here. I hope I can improve my Adsense earnings with this tip. Keep it up sir!
    .-= Oes Tsetnoc´s last blog ..Google is Not Visiting This Site Anymore =-.

  106. gry planszowe posted the following on December 9, 2009 at 7:02 am.

    This is great script! I made some modifications and now I only show ads to unregistered users of my forum :)
    .-= gry planszowe´s last blog ..Wiochmen Rejser =-.

  107. kirra apartments posted the following on December 9, 2009 at 5:01 pm.

    Wow!!Great thought on this post with have a nice info.IT is really nice sharing….

  108. Teknoloji haberleri posted the following on December 14, 2009 at 7:15 am.

    The script doesn’t apear on my blog.
    I don’t know were the mystakes is.

    1. Rhys posted the following on December 18, 2009 at 8:49 am.

      I have looked at your page code, and there is no script showing in there. Blogger (G) will delete anything it doesn’t like. You need to pay particular attention to the Blogger install instructions or it will not work.
      :oops: – Rhys

  109. sinusitis posted the following on December 18, 2009 at 7:41 pm.

    thank you for this interesting info. i was looking for something like this.
    i enjoy reading your blog
    .-= sinusitis´s last blog ..Tualergia.com: nueva tienda online para alérgicos =-.

  110. kirra apartments posted the following on December 21, 2009 at 8:28 pm.

    Build Website Traffic Knoxville Aug 12, 2009 Let’s take a quick look at how to generate Social Media Traffic . top search engine results is not the only way to drive more traffic to your website. It’s very important to be the first to write about the latest.

    1. Rhys posted the following on December 21, 2009 at 9:57 pm.

      @Kirra –

      I prefer to write about the techniques, keyword optimisation and design elements, for instance, that make a functional website.

      The writer you quote is recommending milking social traffic sites and then trying to convert the traffic to either buy or repeat. That is the kind of thing the ‘A-listers’ tell the suckers their followers to do.

      I hope to give my readers stuff they can use to build solid traffic; things that will give their sites real growth.
      :cool: – Rhys

  111. ClubPenguinCheats posted the following on December 22, 2009 at 4:59 pm.

    Social sites like Stumbleupon can send you lots of traffic, but statistically it doesn’t ‘convert’ and you CTR can drop very …

  112. sikatang pinoy posted the following on December 27, 2009 at 1:36 pm.

    this is great technique, specially now a day there a lot of blogger who are earning from ad sense
    .-= sikatang pinoy´s last blog ..Pacquiao vs. Mayweather Hindi na Tuloy! =-.

  113. credito rapido posted the following on February 1, 2010 at 7:55 am.

    Thanks for sharing, I never thought social traffic is bad for adsense before
    i enjoy reading your blog

  114. Pinoy Hugs posted the following on February 5, 2010 at 10:23 am.

    Nice idea! I will try this on my blog. I just realized that you can increase your adsense CTR if the visitor comes from a search engine. Thanks for the Tip!
    .-= Pinoy Hugs´s last blog ..Halalan 2010 sa Facebook (Pilipino Ako! Boboto sa Tamang Kandidato) =-.

  115. Pacquiao posted the following on February 26, 2010 at 10:13 am.

    Now, I know how to increase my decreasing CTR. However, may I ask is this method is not violating Google Adsense TOS?
    .-= Pacquiao´s last blog ..Clottey Will Not Run Around on Pacquiao vs. Clottey Event =-.

  116. Rhys posted the following on February 26, 2010 at 10:33 am.

    @Pacquiao

    This is why you should read the comments – this is answered at least twice above
    :roll: – Rhys

  117. TDAH posted the following on February 26, 2010 at 3:36 pm.

    I’ve been looking for a solution for that for a long time. Thank you for making the codes available to us.

  118. Mayweather-Mosley posted the following on March 5, 2010 at 1:02 pm.

    I just realized that you can increase your adsense CTR if the visitor comes from a search engine. Another thing, We use php on our blog to do just that, but the point of that particular script was to use a client-side script, rather than a server-side script because it is much easier for those ‘copy and paste’ users, and it works on Blogger, etc, where there are blocking codes that prevent server-side scripts working.
    .-= Mayweather-Mosley´s last blog ..‘Look Of Love’ – Mayweather and Mosley pair of gagsters =-.

  119. What Is Traffic Ultimatum posted the following on March 7, 2010 at 8:33 am.

    Is there a WordPress plugin which will do this for you rather than having to mess around with this code? This may be beyond a lot of people though I appreciate the reasons for doing it.

  120. littlelabster posted the following on March 16, 2010 at 6:09 pm.

    wow nice code, I have learn more about the code in your site, keep it up, please give me more info about the ad sent.
    .-= littlelabster´s last blog ..Tips in Oriental rugs stay in long period of time =-.

  121. Minibüs Kiralama posted the following on March 19, 2010 at 8:47 am.

    very Good share,böyle paylaşımların devamını bekliyoruz
    [Trans by Ed:We expect more of such shares] – ;-)

  122. cheap true religion brand posted the following on March 22, 2010 at 6:42 pm.

    i lke it very much ,and you ?

  123. Kaushik Biswas posted the following on April 3, 2010 at 4:06 pm.

    I had tried to implement your tip once earlier, but I wasn’t fully successful. I mean, the header banner was showing to SE traffic, but the rest of the ads weren’t working accordingly. I’ll try this again because I want to understand this properly.

  124. Steve posted the following on April 5, 2010 at 5:08 am.

    The following link to the ‘Update on the Update’ has an Internal Server Error:

    http://weblog.biznz.net/2009/02/13/hide-adsense-from-social-traffic

    I’d like to get my hands on some even more brilliant solution from you.

    Thanks so much for the code so far!

    Regards

    S.

    1. Rhys posted the following on April 5, 2010 at 3:04 pm.

      Hi Steve -

      something ‘et’ the whole post – some evil competitor maybe??

      Anyhow, it is good now! – :cool: – Rhys

  125. Steve posted the following on April 5, 2010 at 3:28 pm.

    YES!! What a gem for sore eyes:)
    Thanks for the timely fix.

    I was thinking, wouldn’t this work (show ads) only on the first page? If we navigate further, the evaluated referer would not contain a search engine string anymore.

    I can’t test it right now but if I am right, maybe adding the site’s domain to the array would aleviate this (social traffic doesn’t usually navigate deeper).

  126. Web design posted the following on April 6, 2010 at 10:26 pm.

    This script work just fine thanks for information. bye

  127. cctv posted the following on April 7, 2010 at 12:28 pm.

    That’s a good and informative post.Thank you for the information …. and now my knowledge increases. Keep blogging.
    .-= cctv´s last blog ..Revolution in CCTV Equipment =-.

  128. Satellite Meter posted the following on April 24, 2010 at 6:50 am.

    Cool techique, we all know that social traffic and adsense don’t work. so why not hide the ads?

  129. Tjen Penger posted the following on April 25, 2010 at 9:42 am.

    Yeah this is the kind of great info we like to find when searching for ways to improve our blogs.
    I wasn’t even aware of this issue with adsense and social media traffic. Thanks for the heads up!
    .-= Tjen Penger´s last blog ..Åhoi så mye penger du kan tjene! NOT!!! Hold dere unna GDI. =-.

  130. Kaiser posted the following on April 26, 2010 at 6:09 pm.

    Cool tutorials.Traffic from social media it not really targeted compared to Search Engine this will help a lot for your adsense account and for the advertiser
    .-= Kaiser´s last blog ..Free Text to Philippines Using Facebook ChikkaLite Application =-.

  131. Tioman posted the following on May 9, 2010 at 3:03 am.

    The reason why to block ads is just logic.. I had doubt before why should I hide the ads, but to be honest, after reading this post, I would want to re-think again about hiding ads to social traffic. Thanks pal
    .-= Tioman´s last blog ..What is Tioman =-.

  132. Manny posted the following on May 9, 2010 at 4:36 pm.

    I use a different method from the one you show above – your method is much simpler, but I’m a bit worried about the IFrames and relevency of the ads. From your Blogger site, the ads look relevant, but I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts on this!
    .-= Manny´s last blog ..Pacquiao to Mayweather: I’ll Finish Him =-.

  133. NLE results July 2010 posted the following on May 13, 2010 at 2:28 pm.

    Social Media traffic really sucks on adsense. The conversion rate and Cost per click is really low. Thanks for this tutorial on how to hide those ads. I will try it in my other sites.

    Thanks
    .-= NLE results July 2010´s last blog ..Top 10: Legendary Female Nurses =-.

  134. IraQlife posted the following on May 14, 2010 at 1:42 am.

    The logic is simple – search traffic is motivated: therefore likely to click an ad – social traffic is just that, social, just looking to be entertained.
    Research shows that social traffic doesn’t click ads; and also that Adsense penalises you with smart pricing for low quality traffic.
    .-= IraQlife´s last blog ..ãäÊÏíÇÊ ÇáÑÓÊæãíÉ =-.

  135. Tipster posted the following on May 15, 2010 at 1:28 am.

    Thank you for this blog. Thats all I can say. You most definitely have made this blog into something thats eye opening and important. You clearly know so much about the subject, youve covered so many bases. Great stuff from this part of the internet. Again, thank you for this blog.Thanks Tipster

  136. alergia posted the following on May 15, 2010 at 5:43 am.

    I wonder if not showing ads on image search would increase earnings also. I do not think they click many ads so it would be interesting to see if you earn more not showing ads when someone finds site from image search.

  137. Rhys posted the following on May 15, 2010 at 10:07 am.

    @Alergia

    Interesting question – does anyone have any experience to share??

    :cool: – Rhys
    .-= Rhys´s last blog ..The Three Essential Internet Marketing Tools =-.

  138. engrape of blogger posted the following on May 29, 2010 at 12:02 pm.

    What is clickable when it comes to adsense? A text link or Image?
    .-= engrape of blogger´s last blog ..Engrape Financier – An Entry =-.

  139. Philippines posted the following on June 20, 2010 at 7:26 pm.

    Goodness gracious.. That’s seems like a lot of work to do… But I got to try this. This should help my blog earn more money.. =)
    .-= Philippines´s last blog ..Lourdes Grotto, Dapitan, Philippines =-.

  140. public interest law school posted the following on June 21, 2010 at 2:13 am.

    I am going to try this script in my blog. It’s new for me. But ok.

  141. fotografia ślubna bielsko posted the following on June 24, 2010 at 3:40 am.

    I mean, the header banner was showing to SE traffic, but the rest of the ads weren’t working accordingly. I’ll try this again because I want to understand this properly.

  142. storkclub posted the following on July 22, 2010 at 2:54 am.

    neat trick, Rhys, you really know your stuff.I hope this can help me promote my webstie.

  143. watch pacquiao vs margarito posted the following on August 9, 2010 at 1:52 pm.

    This is amazing I kindly apply to my site its works.
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  144. Sandra posted the following on August 16, 2010 at 3:17 am.

    I just went over to your teaching page. This is going to help me out alot. I plan on making more sites and I hate to have to go back to all of them and do this to them.

  145. egipt posted the following on September 23, 2010 at 11:27 pm.

    Thanks – this is very good code. Works perfectly :) Now I need only some php code to rotate my Adsense adds :)

  146. Alergias posted the following on September 28, 2010 at 5:25 am.

    Social traffic sucks and most of my sites don’t get it, but its still a nice chunk of code to add when you need it.
    Alergias´s last blog post ..Lo que esconde la rinitis alérgica- 10 consecuencias de cuidado

  147. Pacquiao vs Margarito posted the following on October 2, 2010 at 4:24 am.

    Most of my traffic came from social media sites like FB and I think this code tweak can really help me a lot to increase my earning. Thank you for this.
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  150. pay day loans uk posted the following on October 22, 2010 at 2:59 pm.

    I would like to know what the best way to hide or spoof my traffic source would be. I don’t want my affiliate managers seeing my traffic and possibly stealing my campaign. Maybe I’m paranoid but It’s earning me some good income right now and I don’t want this ruined…
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    I just realized that you can increase your adsense CTR if the visitor comes from a search engine. Another thing, We use php on our blog to do just that, but the point of that particular script was to use a client-side script, rather than a server-side script because it is much easier for those ‘copy and paste’ users, and it works on Blogger, etc, where there are blocking codes that prevent server-side scripts working.

  153. Rob Poulos posted the following on December 18, 2010 at 11:32 am.

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  154. Quinn Maruyama posted the following on December 22, 2010 at 3:05 pm.

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    1. Rhys posted the following on December 23, 2010 at 8:48 am.

      Hi Quinn -

      You are welcome to translate this, so long as you add a link credit in the style of “Translated from BizBlog – Thank you – Rhys
      :cool:

  155. J posted the following on January 12, 2011 at 11:29 pm.

    Happy New Year Rhys.

    Been what, almost 2 years since I posted here. Haven’t been banned yet :) Had to google it cause I forgot how to do it.

    My $8/day is now 80+ and I’m more paranoid than ever lmao

    1. Rhys posted the following on January 13, 2011 at 9:28 am.

      Hey J!

      You are very welcome, glad you could still find us – seems all that SEO stuff actually works!!!
      :cool: – Rhys

      1. J posted the following on January 14, 2011 at 11:57 pm.

        haha yeah, but I think 80/day after 2 years is considered bad by the IM gurus. I’m just happy (and paranoid) that I got to the 4 digit/month range!

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  163. Ricky posted the following on May 17, 2011 at 11:39 am.

    I cant hide the adsense on my blog using the code that you gave..:(

  164. Ashvini posted the following on May 31, 2011 at 9:33 pm.

    I am sorry if this is already discussed.
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      @WatchTV

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