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Migrating from Google
The Adsense Divorce
peewhy




msg:3442741
 6:45 am on Sep 6, 2007 (gmt 0)

For a number of years I've generated decent revenue from Adsense, cleanly and honestly.

One day an email arrives .."you've been suspended..."

It is a guessing game as to why, other than "violations" and a referral to their poliicies.

However, that's another topic!

Because, despite my willingness to co-operate and amend Google chose not to talk.

I chose a divorce and opted for Adbrite.

It might be an affair on the rebound, it might be love at first site but I'd like to hear from anyone who has gone through this type of divorce and how they fared.

 

Quadrille




msg:3442835
 10:00 am on Sep 6, 2007 (gmt 0)

>> One day an email arrives .."you've been suspended..."

It rather looks like they chose the divorce.

But Good Luck - do report back how it pans out; we really need some detailed comparisons, not just of income, but usabilty etc., too.

peewhy




msg:3442845
 10:25 am on Sep 6, 2007 (gmt 0)

You are totally wrong...I chose the divorce.

I did say it was another story....

With the email came a long list of 'possible violations' (there T&C and policies).

They wouldn't tell me how I had violated but suggested I amend the page where the 'violation' occurred.

This was ONE PAGE of a large site, and I have a number of sites...all of which are still in the adsense program.

I am still in the adsense program.

Because Google chose not to tell me exactly what I had done wrong and I couldn't see it, I chose divorce Adsense rather wasting time begging them for more information and losing good revenue while they massaged their ego.

Hopefully this puts your opinion on a different platform.

I didn't want to get into a post mortem but wanted to hear from anyone that had adopted Adbrite.

peewhy




msg:3443133
 3:53 pm on Sep 6, 2007 (gmt 0)

Has anyone successfully (or otherwise) migrated from Adsense to Adbrite?

peewhy




msg:3445532
 10:30 am on Sep 9, 2007 (gmt 0)

I feel this is of use to others seeking migration from Adsense to another.

I opted for Adbrite after reading various articles. It took some days to spider and then when ads began to show they were totally irrelevant.

I think for those who have gaming, casino etc ... Adbrite may be perfect.

It does have an option for the publisher to sell ad units too ...and indeed but on other sites.

So, I've removed Adbrite from this site and signed up with Minerva.

I'll keep you posted!

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