Google recently announced a decrease in adsense revenue. Is it the U.S. / Global economy that caused this decline?
You would think that more people would be searching and generating even more income for them?
Since I write about network marketing, it only makes sense “no pun intended” to have adsense ads running. I finally decided, to stop running them.
No matter how much I tried to optimize the sites, by following their recommendations. All I would get are the same, negative, hype-filled advertisers using redirects to the same affiliate programs.
I finally got tired of blocking advertisers based on their inflammatory, derogatory ads they are running.
Advertising on the internet has turned into a literal zoo. With each advertiser trying to out hype the other.
My guess is that Google’s customers, the searchers are getting tired of this type of ad as well, so they are not clicking on them.
Web-masters are tired, of seeing the ads on their content pages so their pulling the ads off until this mess is cleaned up and some semblance of normalcy returns.
Unless those web-masters are there just for the adsense revenue…
…with no real concern for their site visitors?
Either way it will be interesting to see how the changes they will apply at the end of March 2008 clean this up.
Then maybe I can bring back relevant advertisers to my sites, after all it is all about the visitors experience!