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12/27/12
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rahulan

eyeblaster/addineyeV2.html

my site error url.........
my domain/eyeblaster/addineyeV2.html
 
how to fix....................
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vipul patolia
12/27/12
vipul patolia
Yeah same thing happened with me in my blog as well and i wonder that this thing hasn't been shown before so definitely this is strange for me :/ so now tell me please will this effect in adsense account or not ? please tell me how to get rid from this ?
Big Thank you in advance as i know someone gonna help me that's for sure :)
cymbal_cymbal
12/27/12
cymbal_cymbal
create a folder eyeblaster in root of your domain and install addineyeV2.html in that folder.


for Doubleclick same error visit here

cymbal_cymbal
12/27/12
cymbal_cymbal
for DARTIframe.html error pls visit this link, It is much easier

Gracey
12/27/12
Gracey
Adsense publishers aren't required to do any of that, and if you're using something like blogger there isn't any way to do that.


cymbal_cymbal
12/27/12
cymbal_cymbal
Adsense publishers aren't required to do any of that.

Adsense not serve only adwords ads but other network ads also, and some times those ads may create error 404 ( Flash or image types of ads)




 
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Cristina Boldi
8/29/14
Cristina Boldi
E como resolver esse problema no Blogspot?
 
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