Life After Adsense
Is Adsense Dead? - Comments on the Latest Controversy
Is Adsense Dead? I received an email recently that indicated that some 30, 000 plus individuals have downloaded the Adsense Dead report. I read it myself. Interesting read.
Adsense has never been alive for some. For others Adsense may be a viable source of revenue.
One of the critical components of Adsense, which is common sense, is that as traffic goes up, Adsense revenue goes up.
If your traffic goes down, Adsense revenue goes down.
If your site is banned on Google, Adsense is dead for you.
So where do you stand?
My guess is that if you have Adsense revenue, you believe in Adsense. If not, you are investigating click flipping.
Or you are building a real web business. Selling real products.
One of my subscribers asked me recently What should I do after Adsense bans me? I have not replied yet. What do I say?
Do what I do. Create solid content. Give a lot of it away for free. Charge a reasonable price for the rest.
Adsense dead or Adsense alive, content always wins.
Just curious. Where do you stand? Is Adsense dead or is Adsense alive? Drop me a line.
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Google+ Removed From Google AdSense Scorecard - Search Engine Roundtable13 Dec 2013 at 7:27am
Google+ Removed From Google AdSense Scorecard
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Google AdSense logo In June of this year, Google added a Scorecard to the Google AdSense home page portal. The scorecard is designed to give publishers a quick snapshot of how well your ad settings, webpages and content are performing relative to ...
Google+ Removed From Google AdSense Scorecard13 Dec 2013 at 7:26am In June of this year, Google added a Scorecard to the Google AdSense home page portal. The scorecard is designed to give publishers a quick snapshot of how well your ad settings, webpages and content are performing relative to other AdSense publishers. When it launched, it had three main sections, one of those three sections were removed quietly. The section that was removed was the Google ...
New: Google AdSense Custom Ad Sizes12 Dec 2013 at 7:26am Google announced AdSense publishers can now create custom ad size units for both text and display ads on their web sites. Google said, "Custom sized ads behave just like their standard size counterparts, showing a text or display ad depending on which is likely to have the best performance for the impression." How does it work? You login to your AdSense console, click on create an ad and then ...