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It should be placed between the lead text and the images. This insures that The user sees it when he/she goes to scroll down, It is in a general non-distracting area of the app, and It is in the centre of the app, where the user will look first.


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Since this is targeting smartphones only there is really no such thing as peripheral vision. Regardless of where you put the ad it is pretty much going to get in the way of why the user is there in the first place so I would try and empathize with the user and let them know why the ad is there while encouraging without demanding that they click it. If ...


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First of all, ads should always be placed on peripheral vision, never at the place where a user will directly look. Second, please if possible disable ads when a user views your blog on mobile. Your fill rates might go down on account of poor CTR. Have a look at this award wining blog writer: http://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/ He has ads placed in ...


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This is not only bad UX as Devin stated, this also (most likely) won't be accepted by Apple. So the best thing to do for you is ask on stackoverflow or any other coding site for some implementation help. See the App Store Review Guidelines Apps that artificially increase the number of impressions or click-throughs of ads will be rejected or Apps ...


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Well I suspect placing an ad bar in a location traditionally reserved for navigation means you will get a lot more accidental clicks on the ad bar. If that is your intention, it's certainly a dark pattern. If you want to provide a good UX then I would recommend against it.



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