Silverlight and Google Adsense

Posted on 2009-12-21
Last Modified: 2013-11-12
I'm whiteboarding an architecture for our company's new website.  Silverlight looks great but I have one major concern.  If I were to place Adsense throughout my site would the Google Adsense robot still understand how to read my page and navigation?  I'd sure hate to have my team develop a site that shuts the Google adsense door...that would be unacceptable.  How do I enable Silverlight to be 100% Google Adsense compliant?
Question by:Phil5780
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    Accepted Solution

    I think it might work if you use adrotator:

    Author Comment

    I've decided on another route for ad placement.  Thanks for the info about the adRotator but that would be a violation of the Adsense TOS.  Your not allowed to alter the display of ads (rotating) or show multiple per load.  Thank for the assist.

    Author Closing Comment

    It didn't apply to the direct question.

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