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There has to be something better; something that we can at least understand.
the adds have nothing to do with the widget or location that is targeted
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This February is already 10 times better than all of last February.
That doesn't mean too much unless you have a sense of scale...Personally I have seen a drop from around $4-6k a month down to 50% of that. RPMs dropping, quality of ads dropping and Google relentlessly shaving "fraudulent" clicks.
People say that because Google is a private company that they have the right to do whatever they like...but surely when a company has that much power and influence it should not be allowed to have the abusive position that it is blatantly displaying?
There are serious issues with online advertising affecting the entire industry.
You just make all these objections up out of thin air, don't you? Admit it.
Google is not a "private company". Google is a publicly traded company required to obey the rules of the SEC and pertinent laws. They most certainly do not have the right to do anything they like.