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Can I use a link rotator?

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Hello,

 

Can I use a link rotator with my ads?

 

Thanks

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Accepted by topic author Fernando C
September 2015

Re: Can I use a link rotator?

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Hi Fernando,

Welcome to the Community!

Yes, you can use link rotation, provided it redirects an ad click to the same domain as your ad's display URL.

Cheers,
Sumanth
Sumanth Sridhar

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September 2015

Re: Can I use a link rotator?

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Hi Fernando,

Welcome to the Community!

Yes, you can use link rotation, provided it redirects an ad click to the same domain as your ad's display URL.

Cheers,
Sumanth
Sumanth Sridhar

Re: Can I use a link rotator?

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Thanks for the reply. Then how is the QS calculated? As an average of the two pages if I am rotating two?

Re: Can I use a link rotator?

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Good question, Fernando!

Rotating the LP shouldn't have a significant impact, as CTR is the key factor considered for QS calculation. The number you see on a scale of 10 is just a front end representation but not the actual. Considering QS is calculated for every auction and the fact that LP comes after the ad click, LP rotation shouldn't change things drastically.

Cheers,
Sumanth
Sumanth Sridhar