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The Death Of Adsense?


The Death Of Adsense Is google adsense deadYou have probably seen this eBook floating around the internet for download, Usually being spammed as a referral link on webmaster forums. It presents the premise that Google adsense is dead.

So is Adsense dead? The truth is yes, Yes it is dead. But it is only dead if you run a useless site with copy and past articles and if your sole intention is too make money from adsense. We have all seen these sites, They use automatically generated articles that have been scraped from other sites or rehashed search engine links. If you are a good webmaster or blogger who writes interesting articles and unique quality content Google Adsense is very much alive and a great way to keep a steady stream of income.

Some time ago Google made a few small, But significant changes to the adsense program. Adwords users can now chose if they want their advert displayed on Google search pages, Publishers websites or both. Needless to say, Probably because of click fraud, Most advertisers decided they wanted to display adverts only on google search pages, Which means those adverts receive the highest bids from advertisers.

The next thing Google done was to try and remove the MFA, or made for adsense sites, from the Google search index and prevent people displaying adsense on MFA sites. the Google terms even says you aren't allowed to display adsense on sites created entirely for displaying adverts. This got a few webmasters who run the useless MFA sites worried, They were used to making hundreds of dollars a week from their useless spammy sites. So when Google made the changes to clean up Adsense and clean up in Google index these webmasters came to the conclusion that "Adsense is dead" and proceeded to created stupid little eBooks, That you have to buy, Which claim adsense is no good anymore.

There is nothing wrong with building a website to make money from adsense, I do it, But it is essential that you create quality articles, provide good information and don't become one of these meaningless spam sites.
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Posted by Anonymous TechNut @ Saturday, 04 November, 2006

Great and Timely Review. I 100% agree with you.

Thanks.  



Posted by Anonymous Steven Bradley @ Monday, 06 November, 2006

AdSense is hardly dead and it's not going anywhere any time soon. It may chamge though as you say, but dead not at all.

I think the MFA sites are still going to be here a little while longer too. They're too wasy to create and while Google has made changes that would indicate they'd like to see them less frequently, Google still profits more than anyone from the MFA's.

There's a lot more they could do like remove the AdSense account of any MFA site. They've at least made it harder for MFAs to practive arbitrage with AdWords.

MFA sites may end up dying a slow death, but there are still far too many people teaching others how to make them. Let's face it people are still asking questions about how to write meta tags. Why should we think they'll stop creating MFAs.  



Posted by Blogger Repmarc @ Wednesday, 23 January, 2008

This post came aptly for me as I just received 4 spam comments from a content generating website.

It is so true that people have been trying so hard just to make their sites a money-churning machine.

I guess in this age, readers can easily spot a legitimate site from some self generated site contents.

Cheers to you  



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