Recently read an interview of a "Hubber," who mentioned that Google had changed algorithms and this somehow impacted the financial viability of Adsense. Did I misunderstand or has there been an adjustment that limits economic opportunity?
Previously, I had no grasp of what an algorithm was. Now, my grasp is merely tenuous, but that's progress.
I'm not that algorithm educated either but those changes that Google did started late february in the US and righ now is moving across Europe and maybe other parts of the world. Called Panda update or Google farmer, this algorithm update was wupposed to help bring the most relevant content for a search. Because these changes traffic to some sites have been decreased and subsequently the earnings. I do not know if my replay answer your question but there have been lots of forum threds on this topics and also some hubbers have wrote very informative hubs.
There are also Hubpages blog posts that explains what happened.
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Was there a Google Alg recently? My traffic is down by about 66%! Blue arrows everywhere. This is reminding of what happened in 2011-2012.
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