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Tuesday, 13 November 2007

Why Engadget is having special treatment?






I went to Engadget today and looked through their news. To my surprise, I saw more then 3 ad unit on their homepage. Why are they having the special treatment having more then 3 ad unit. Correct me if I am wrong, they are having 4 ad unit excluding the link unit
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This is what Google says in their program polices .

AdSense offers a number of ad formats and advertising products. Publishers are encouraged to experiment with a variety of placements, provided the following policies are respected:

* Up to three ad units may be displayed on each page.

I know it says up to 3 ad unit on each page. However, noone could make more then 3 ad unit appear on each page. Is Google giving the special treatment to Engadget which the rest of the non famous Publishers do not have? It seems to be.

The posts that are showing Google Ads. The ads are below the posts

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