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we own a site where we sell Web services, but after 1 month adding the google adsense on the site our sellings is going down, we tought that google adsense will put high bid ads on the site but is not worth 0.03 cents per click (avarage). What we have to do in your opinion? Wait and see if google will improve our ads? or taking it off, one month of trial, and it's just approx. $23 usd while if we sold some service (for example one sell we earn $50).
Need your opinions (sorry for my english)
joined:Apr 24, 2005
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There is nothing really wrong with having Adsense *and* selling services there. If the ads tend to be complementary services and not ads for your direct competitors, it is unlikely you are losing any service sales from the ads.
It is now a question of where your time would be best spent. You could optimize your site for
a. Earning more on Adsense
b. Selling more of the services.
c. Gaining more traffic and doing more of both.
From the information you've given it seems that b has a much better return than a. And c sounds like it would also be beneficial. The tradeoff is certainly up to you.
If Adsense threatens to be a low profit distraction, then yes, take it off.