I just wish there was a way to keep Google from placing more junk ads on my site.
The Do No Harm philosophy seems to be overlooked in this area.
There are couple of areas where Google seems to fall short. When the jagger updates came out my site took a several month long nose-dive while scraper sites climbed to the top of the charts.
What bothered me is that Google was actually subsidizing the theft of content from my site by allowing these scaper sites into the adsense program.
This caused me to realize that Google is not discerning enough with regards to the people it allows in the AdSense publishing program. In a similar vein they seem to also be oblivious to who they let in the AdSense advertising program.
It seems to me that if Google took the time to review AdSense publishing accounts as well as the advertisers we would have no problem with scraper sites or junk ads.
I don't understand why Google does not go back to their core business and refine it instead of going after new revenues. OR, I don't understand why they don't devote more financial resources to refining their core business WHILE looking into new ventures.
The bottom line is this;
If Google spent more time making sure only real advertisers get in the program then the junk ads would be minimal.
If Google spent more time making sure only real publishers were allowed into the AdSense program then scraper sites would not be getting paid by Google to steal from me.
If Google did these things then they wouldn't have to worry about implementing things like the Jagger update which punished me and rewarded the thieves who have been subsidized by Google.
To make matters worse, I'ver reeported at least 100 scraper sites using the Send Google My Thoughts on this ad links and not one of them has been booted. They are still stealing content from my site and being subsidized by Google to do it.
To me the answer is simple but it's dependant on Google actually doing something about it in house. If Google wants us to police the program ourselves that's fine - but then they need to actually need to respond to the people who report the violations instead of round filing the complaints in the garbage bin.