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I'm trying to figure out why I am "40 times worse" than I used to be.
But that doesn't necessarily reflect on the quality of the program; I just get more traffic.
joined:Sept 26, 2001
I started with AdSense in late 2003 and it was #*$! miraculousAbsolutely. Consistent 4 figures every month for the first year. Had many lows and a few spikes since then but in general it's consistently gone steadily down hill ever since.
in general it's consistently gone steadily down hill ever since.
[edited by: Sally_Stitts at 8:15 pm (utc) on May 12, 2018]
The result always seemed to mean less for publishers, more for G. This seems to be the common observation.
10-minute disappearing clicks stood out to me the most. Frequent checkers see these every day.
$5 click, but its gone in 10 minutes.
G has redefined "invalid clicks" without telling us - no transparency whatsoever. "We need more money, we take it."
This is a very disturbing trend, and getting worse. And we don't even get to know the criteria.
[edited by: Travis at 8:12 pm (utc) on May 12, 2018]
There are no evidence that this is less for publishers and more for Google.
I am wondering about the new 150 million. Do they have any money?
Where have they been? Poor and disenfranchised?
Ever heard about "peak oil". I think the US hit it in 1972, according to wikipedia.
How about "peak Internet"? Could it be ... 2018?
joined:May 15, 2018