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If I take Adsense ads off my site will Google send me less traffic?
SnowLeppard




msg:4643575
 10:20 pm on Feb 8, 2014 (gmt 0)

If I take the Adsense ads off my site and replace them with affiliate ads will Google send me less traffic?

 

netmeg




msg:4643587
 11:05 pm on Feb 8, 2014 (gmt 0)

Not *because* you took off the AdSense. If there are other issues, maybe.

graeme_p




msg:4643692
 11:34 am on Feb 9, 2014 (gmt 0)

Google may even send you more traffic, especially if you remove large ads close to the top of the page.

avalon37




msg:4643709
 2:46 pm on Feb 9, 2014 (gmt 0)

I've wondered about this myself recently. And have resisted making some major changes due to potential organic rankings backlash. No one really knows. It's like the debate does having Adsense on your homepage potentially affect your rankings; I have never placed Adsense on the homepage for fear that it might be seen as a negative. Plus in this day and age the homepage is frequently under 20% of all entrance pages for a lot of sites. So I don't want to chance anything. Not to mention I think it makes most websites look less credible by having Adsense in a visible area on the homepage.

I am also resisting affiliate marketing as an alternative to Adsense due to the concern that it will harm organic rankings. Not that I have heard or seen actual proof.

incrediBILL




msg:4643740
 7:13 pm on Feb 9, 2014 (gmt 0)

OK, let's not get all paranoid about Google because as long as your site is designed properly and has SEO implemented correctly you should rank the same with or without ads, unless you do something stupid like plaster the site with ads, esp. at the top of the page pushing content below 'the fold' wherever the hell that is these days.

In other words, unless you've done something you would have a hard time explaining to Matt Cutts if he was reviewing your site, I wouldn't worry about it.

I you feel you might have to explain yourself, then worry ;)

Ger02




msg:4644017
 11:16 pm on Feb 10, 2014 (gmt 0)

This Google Periodic Table makes out you will be better off with no ads. Not sure how accurate this is but seems pretty close if you ask me.

[searchengineland.com...]

scooterdude




msg:4644022
 11:26 pm on Feb 10, 2014 (gmt 0)

Ok , I break ranks and say

You'll be sorry

After you lose your rankings, everyone will tell you how some thing new screwed your rankings, well I wish you joy of all the advise you'll get then :)

Naturally, I might be wrong as I often am

SnowLeppard




msg:4644051
 1:13 am on Feb 11, 2014 (gmt 0)

Maybe it is time for an FCC crackdown then. Perhaps time that search and advertising should be separated.

IanCP




msg:4644108
 6:04 am on Feb 11, 2014 (gmt 0)

Perhaps time that search and advertising should be separated

Unless Mr. Google has been grossly misleading us for a great many years [over a decade], that has ALWAYS been the case - at Google.

Wearing two hats. Google Search and Google AdSense - I've no personal experience, since ever Google arrived on the scene around June, 2000 [Yes that date] has Google ever been duplicitous in my personal experience.

Now if only I could reconfigure that bizarre Google Zoo. Panda, Penguin...

littlecubpanda




msg:4644400
 7:32 am on Feb 12, 2014 (gmt 0)

What the heck is wrong with having ads on your homepage and at the top? Almost all my traffic goes to the main domain.

SnowLeppard




msg:4644407
 8:39 am on Feb 12, 2014 (gmt 0)

What the heck is wrong with having ads on your homepage and at the top? Almost all my traffic goes to the main domain.


Same. And Google kept telling me I only had two ads there, so I added a third.

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