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Thread: AdSense "preloading"...
May 13, 2005, 20:48 #1
...not what you are thinking.
Anyway, I heard many suggest that just after you place AdSense on some pages, you should browse those pages to make Google-Mediapartners aware of the pages so they can do their thing and be prepared for the next guy.
What if you plan on placing AdSense on a boatload of pages on the leaf web pages of a directory of sorts. Would it be wise to run a tool like a web site load tester/link checker and have it check all your pages as a "user" to "stimulate" the Google-Mediapartners bot? This of course assumes you use the correct tool that supports the "user" experience/simulation.
Finally, what would this trigger in the eyes of AdSense in terms of a large, initial burst of impressions with zero clicks and thusly a very cr@ppy CTR to start off with (especially in terms of a relatively new site when it does go live). I know things are grouped by the day in AdSense, but what about history and how that could possibly play into SmartPricing in the future of each particular channel?
I know about the possible penalty for large increases in content, etc. as hinted at in the recent patent discussion, so no need to mention that.
May 13, 2005, 23:13 #2
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May 14, 2005, 18:31 #3
Thanks. That is good to know and how I hoped it would work. I think the posts I read about in my post above were quite a few months old.