Nodeju - 5:18 pm on Jun 11, 2013 (gmt 0)
Look, if you're looking at Adsense as your predominate source of income you're fighting an uphill battle that more than likely you aren't going to win.
For five years I have worked hard on my site and put in my due diligence: post often, original content, targeted audience, keywords,social interaction, etc. And it looked like I was being awarded for my very hard labor.
But as of January 1 2013 my site has been going downhill on a consistent basis month after month to the point that now June I am were I was five years ago when I got started.
On top of that, like you, I now too are seeing messages that tell me I have 3 working days to fix things ... messages that never appeared in the past.
Something changed, that's for sure and it's no doubt it's the big G, which clearly controls the internet and does what it wants with peons like us.
Could it be that with so many new websites popping up, all of them pasting Adsense code hoping to make a quick buck, that Google decided to 'limit' its inventory to only authority sites? Don't know.
Could it be that with millions of new sites wanting to make money with Adsense, Google has finally reached a greater demand than it can supply adequately? (meaning quality ads that pay well?) Don't know.
Could it be that Google is suddenly over critical of sites it considers 'not up to par, yet didn't issue warnings to in the past? Don't know.
What I do know is that Adsense is a fickle beast that is controlled by an even more tempered animal which looks after its own pocket first before giving its money to others. It's only common business sense.
What I also know is that Google has found numerous new ways to generate direct Adsense income for itself without needing 3rd party sites to display those ads.
Google monopolizes the internet with revenue, ranking, visibility, traffic, etc. Until there pops up another direct competitor to Google, that's how the internet will continue to evolve ... at the mercy of Google.