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Anyhow, Over those 9 months I have added pages, added sites, blended the ads into the sites better, added more ads, and increased the traffic to my sites. Its been a great learning experience. Google represents about 1/3 of my total revenue, so if it were to decline I still wouldn't be in bad shape. Being 23 years old, I still have a lot of time ahead of me to play around with things. I'm trying to save as much as I can while times are good because I know that any day things could turn around.
joined:May 25, 2005
joined:May 25, 2005
Not that there is anything wrong with it. :)
Geez... Two hundred years ago people would remark about a successful person that he must have a pact with the devil. Now this.
It's 2005, we can stop being primitive now.
Dude, congrats on a job well done!
joined:Sept 20, 2004
I'm not saying you are not doing it however I know a helluva lot of people who have tried this game and failed miserably.
Adsense ain't easy...are you just firing across a broad spectrum and finding the click'ems?
Sure as hell if we could convert one site's EPC into another site's actual Clicks we would be making fantastic earnings however the reality is that will not happen.
Good luck to you if you've found a "system"...
PS Sticky me the answer:-))
Also, an obvious warning: many of us were like you before this Google Bourbon update (and Allegra, too), and they've burned many a site that otherwise seems to adhere to the Google Webmaster guidelines. So, definitely invest the money while you can and prepare for many ups and downs in the coming months and years.
Anyway, keep up the good work, and do let us know how you do in the future.
By the way, This months adsense has already surpassed last months revenue. That makes 10 months in a row now of increased earning. I'm not planning on 11 months since July and august tend to be the slowest months for me. I'll keep trying my best to improve things but won't get my hopes up.