The Death of AdSense? If you are making less money with adsense than before, you’re not alone

Posted on September 18, 2006. Filed under: adsense, | Tags: , , , , |

A lot of people have reported huge drops in their AdSense income lately.  And not being able to use AdSense on has been a thorn in many a blogger’s side (and a reason why some chose the inferior Blogger over when searching for a free, hosted blogging solution).  A new free report entitled “The Death of AdSense” exposes some of the reasons why adsense earnings are down and provides his alternative method for generating income online (with purported monthly earnings in the 50k range).  An interesting read for sure, especially for professional bloggers.
You can check out the free report here.


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6 Responses to “The Death of AdSense? If you are making less money with adsense than before, you’re not alone”

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I do AdSense before but for now since there are more things to value than adsense only autoblogs use this things already. ready postings and clear lay out to where it should be put… I think adsense is not dead still..

Are you done blogging?

No….I had a lot going on in my life that kept me from blogging for quite some time, as you’ve noticed, but I am far from done! Expect more soon, and thanks for asking!

ad-sense is still working but why should i divert my traffic to some one else….

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