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Being in the U.K. - and google being a US company (and most advertisers being US) - obviously the drop from $1.80 to £1, now being $1.20 to £1 ó us brits are seeing lower earnings because of the markets. If Iíve worked that out right?
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Learning and improving, getting more visitors and less revenue... that's Adsense for 99 of the 100 publishers. Some say they earn more but that's mostly with a lot more visitors instead of a big increase of CPM
ďAdvertisersĒ themselves, maybe there are less and less of them because of Amazon.
Most people now buy on amazon/ebay/Facebook. So maybe there are less advertisers buying ads, as they donít have traditional websites any more - or have been put out of business by amazon.
Bottom line, if you provide high quality, original, useful content to a targeted audience and understand how to place ads, then Adsense still works.
Leebow, if your ad positions havenít changed and your site has stayed basically the same over the last seven years, then maybe thatís part of the problem.