HuskyPup - 11:10 am on Jun 21, 2012 (gmt 0)
Is there enough of a future in Adsense that you will keep creating content even when the payback becomes smaller and smaller?
Ok, I know I am not like most of the publishers here, I have a global business selling real world widgets to my wholesale widget trade.
All my biggest sites existed before AdSense and I never used to carry any form of trade advertising whatsoever, imagine my surprise when I installed it and suddenly saw hundreds and then into thousands of Dollars coming in for, in my case, absolutely no extra work!
I can tell you a couple of us were so excited, did this mean we could just sit here all day long creating the new widget stuff we were going to do anyway and we were going to be paid this, basically, massive bonus every month?
I shall continue with AdSense for the moment, when it gets to a really silly level, let's say minimum payout each month, then I'll most probably remove their ads and replace them with mine.
It will be the trade's loss, not mine.
Sinking time into writing content that can drop so substantially?
Obviously I do not create content whatsoever for AdSense therefore I cannot comprehend how it must feel to consider one's time has been totally wasted since the content cannot either be found or has been scraped.
I am still seeing NEW EMDs or near EMDs with scraped content using AdSense however knowing how much my AdSense income has reduced I feel they're wasting their time in my widget sector.
Google's and AdSense's history will prove that Blogger was their biggest-ever mistake ... They released their own Pandora's Box: