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Has Google finally sold out?

Posted on 29th May 2013 by David Ogletree

  1. Removed ads from right side
  2. Increased the max number of ads on top to 4
  3. Reduced the max number of ads on a page to 6 or 7
  4. Pushed SEO results below the fold and way below the fold when local results and other types of results
  5. PPC ads that fluctuate between 4th and 5th position is now a huge jump from top to bottom of page instead of 1st or 2nd on right side.
  6. Long tail PPC results reduce the max ads on to top to 1 or 2. Ranking 3rd in this situation used to put you on the right side now your on the bottom

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