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[edited by: Sally_Stitts at 8:16 pm (utc) on May 8, 2014]
... $10,000 month to less than $100...
How do I remove the algo hex that has been placed upon me?
Website is too ugly (confirmed, but it is pretty functional, informative and accurate)
wearing clothes that were obviously made for women 60+
I even asked if we're all going to be slowly pushed into responsive design, and he said no.
What kind of clothes are obviously made for women in their 60s?
One page I have I know has MANY, MANY appropriate ad suppliers, yet what do I get? Ads for Google AdWords.
It's not fair, but when people shop, looks matter
For people wanting to place ads on a website looks count for absolutely nothing.
i don't believe that G is convincing advertisers to avoid ugly, high converting sites just because they are ugly.
[edited by: hannamyluv at 11:46 am (utc) on May 9, 2014]
So Google, after only 8 days, reverts back to the "old" (obviously better text ad design). I'm so surprised (100% sarcasm). This should be so embarrassing for one of the largest companies in the world, yet it speaks once again to their lack of testing and process. Already today, earnings are better than all of yesterday. I will say I am surprised they switched back so soon - the number must have been even worse than I would have predicted.