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After reading this, I copied the text of an AdSense ad being shown on my site, added quotation marks before and after the text then searched for it on Google.
Wow! The search returned 10 pages of results. I went through the list and at least 90% of the sites showing that ad were MFA sites.
Is this an anomaly or do MFA pages really constitute a huge majority of the "content" network? Are those publishers who don't publish MFA sites really just a very small slice of the pie? Should we all consider a strategy shift? :)
What I'm saying is that even if the majority of publishers are MFAs that doesn't mean that enough traffic goes to any given MFA for that one to be profitable. It certainly is painful to look at though. And who knows, maybe one or two of those sites at the head of the distribution are MFAs. But if my guess is near correct then that should be a small enough set that Google would be aware of them...
Also, most honest webmaster have / has content rich site, they are removing click are for content oriented site and providing click area to MFA / domain parking / premium publisher.
Please provide us css and font formatting option as click are is changed. This will help us to optimize ad.
This is just double standard .. what happened to do no evil mantra? Look like shareholders gonna ruin party for rest of all :(