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  1. Templates from https://www.genecy.com/dfp/ are quite reliable but you'd need to use Google Ad Manager. If you wanted something custom, feel free to email me at hugh @ vmrcommunications dot com
  2. I am getting the following error when clicking on banner ads using any of the invocation codes, including the async code. Not Acceptable! An appropriate representation of the requested resource could not be found on this server. This error was generated by Mod_Security. Notes: 1. I checked permissions on cl.php and the folder containing it and they are 644 and 755 respectively. 2. Php version is 7.3 3. We are using hostgator as our server.
  3. right, that makes sense. but the issue i am needing to address is whether running adsense through revive (or other ad servers) can result in lower revenue from adsense. This article says "The best method to use is the one that includes the tag directly on the page. Direct tagging provides Google with the cleanest, highest-quality signals from the ad request, and results in the highest quality targeting." "Direct tagging is the easiest mechanism for ensuring that the ad request to Google contains the information needed to maximise revenue." If adsense RPM drops by 20% merely because I am
  4. This article (http://webgilde.com/en/google-dfp-compared-to-adsense/) suggests that a AdSense revenue drop can result from doing this. And one of the AdSense support docs says that placing an adsense tag directly on your site provides Google with the best "signal." But this Revive Adserver faq article suggests that one may actually be able to increase AdSense revenue by serving the AdSense tag through Revive Adserver. My question: Does serving AdSense tags through Revive Adserver typically result in lower RPM than when one places the AdSense tags on one's site directly?
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