WEB Is there a way to make Google show different ads?

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  1. Tony Stark

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    It seems to be stuck on the same 4-5 ads. Is there a way to make it show more ads? Even if they aren't relevant.
     
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    transistor Well-Known Member

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    you could block the domains of the 4-5 ads you're seeing with the competitive ad filter :dunno:
     
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    Is it a pretty tight niche? Might just not be enough advertisers that relate.


    are you section targeting?
     
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  6. Tony Stark

    Tony Stark John McCain has an illegitimate mexican baby

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    yeah that seems like the best option, thanks
     
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    have you tried using the comp. ad filter through adsense?
     
  8. Tony Stark

    Tony Stark John McCain has an illegitimate mexican baby

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    see the thing is, I don't mind the current ads, since they seem to work for users on the first run through. The problem is that my users do a lot of page views, so after they click that ad for the first time, they completely ignore it afterwards.
     

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