Hello all my hubbers, this new year 2010 brought drastic change in my Adsense revenue. I have noticed that from this month my Adsense income is not like as it used to be. I mean click vs. revenue. It suddenly changed, income reduced to almost 50-60%. Please help me.
probably because google isn't making as much and advertisers are starting to see the CRAP that these article factories are pumping out. I found one of my articles from Associated Content was copied and spun for some website, the spinning was terrible and the article is barely readable. Yet to my dismay thier article and page now ranks above mine in google and mine was in the top 3 spots for almost a week. difference is I won't sell my cotent for $1 per 500 words like these fools are doing and then spinning good content to make a quick buck. Google and advertisers are catching on and soon I hope they put a stop to it and get back to good quality writing to promote ads nd services.
It seems cuts are happening everywhere! The banks waste our money and we have to pay again! This is the root of the problem.
wall streeters ate up all the lending money betting on margin so theres none left to lend to companies for market advertising so the moneys not moving in the web 2.0 system.. conversions will be dismal this year unless you've got the ambition to write a thousand articles this year and hope they dont get spun by someone else and saturating the web with BS
My Adsense has gone down a bit, but my Amazon has gone way up, I suppose it is the after Christmas sales effect.
My adsense started to plumet in December, stretched into the first week of January. I was horrified when it dropped by up to 75%. Traffic AND income.
However, it seems to be picking up again, Thank God for that. I guess my backlinking is begining to work.
Yes.. This January onwards my average earning came to 40% of my previous months average..
When I saw my pages.. adsense is showing at the top of the page and the box next to the text is shown as sponsored links and Not Adsense..
This also may be the reason for reduction in earning?
Sponsored links usually indicates that hubpages has their adds on at the moment. From what I have heard in the past, it is nothing to worry about.
Also, on another thread, someone mentioned that Google is rolling out a new program, and that there is some re-indexing going on.
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