Comments on: Important Rules of Adsense that you should be careful about http://wpmarketing.org/2010/05/important-rules-of-adsense-that-you-should-be-careful-about/ Wordpress for Internet and Affiliate Marketing Mon, 30 Jun 2014 01:28:42 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.2 By: HanaDaddy http://wpmarketing.org/2010/05/important-rules-of-adsense-that-you-should-be-careful-about/comment-page-1/#comment-7947 HanaDaddy Mon, 27 Sep 2010 11:59:33 +0000 http://wpmarketing.org/?p=430#comment-7947 Frank, Thank you for your insight. I agree with you 100% but the thing is that Adsense is just easier ,more attractive , and effective to use compared to other AD services. If anybody is who is following the Google's guideline properly, they don't have anything to worry about using Adsense. Frank, Thank you for your insight. I agree with you 100% but the thing is that Adsense is just easier ,more attractive , and effective to use compared to other AD services. If anybody is who is following the Google’s guideline properly, they don’t have anything to worry about using Adsense.

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By: Frank Haywood http://wpmarketing.org/2010/05/important-rules-of-adsense-that-you-should-be-careful-about/comment-page-1/#comment-7941 Frank Haywood Mon, 27 Sep 2010 09:14:02 +0000 http://wpmarketing.org/?p=430#comment-7941 If you were thinking of using AdSense, think again. NEVER use AdSense to monetise your sites. It has the lowest return of any online monetisation method which after a few weeks is enough to turn most people away from making money on the web. The days of big cash from Google through AdSense are looong gone. Instead, depending on the relevancy to your site, find a product on ClickBank and earn dollars per average click instead of cents. Or again, if it's relevant to your niche then use the eBay Partner Network, or Amazon. But if you must use AdSense, remember this... Every time you build a new site and put AdSense on it, you run the increasing risk of having ALL your sites de-indexed. Why? If Google come up with some new rules like all advertising companies do from time to time, and just one of your sites breaks those rules, then Google knows all of the other sites in your network too because you've used the same AdSense ID on all of them and they're an easy to find target. At best, Google will then close your account down, at worst Google will de-index all your sites. For the very same reason you shouldn't do the second biggest mistake most newbies fall for, and that's to use Google Analytics. Again, all your sites are easy to find and de-index because you've very kindly identified them all to Google. If one site breaks their rules, all your others are history too. Remember, Google thinks nothing of your privacy and is building a huge database of your habits. Google cares about Google, not about you. To recap, what I'm saying is, by all means use Google for traffic, but that's where the relationship should end. Find better monetisation sources and avoid using any Google services including mail. -Frank Haywood If you were thinking of using AdSense, think again.

NEVER use AdSense to monetise your sites.

It has the lowest return of any online monetisation method which after a few weeks is enough to turn most people away from making money on the web. The days of big cash from Google through AdSense are looong gone.

Instead, depending on the relevancy to your site, find a product on ClickBank and earn dollars per average click instead of cents. Or again, if it’s relevant to your niche then use the eBay Partner Network, or Amazon.

But if you must use AdSense, remember this…

Every time you build a new site and put AdSense on it, you run the increasing risk of having ALL your sites de-indexed.

Why?

If Google come up with some new rules like all advertising companies do from time to time, and just one of your sites breaks those rules, then Google knows all of the other sites in your network too because you’ve used the same AdSense ID on all of them and they’re an easy to find target.

At best, Google will then close your account down, at worst Google will de-index all your sites.

For the very same reason you shouldn’t do the second biggest mistake most newbies fall for, and that’s to use Google Analytics.

Again, all your sites are easy to find and de-index because you’ve very kindly identified them all to Google. If one site breaks their rules, all your others are history too.

Remember, Google thinks nothing of your privacy and is building a huge database of your habits. Google cares about Google, not about you.

To recap, what I’m saying is, by all means use Google for traffic, but that’s where the relationship should end. Find better monetisation sources and avoid using any Google services including mail.

-Frank Haywood

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By: Ben http://wpmarketing.org/2010/05/important-rules-of-adsense-that-you-should-be-careful-about/comment-page-1/#comment-4532 Ben Thu, 22 Jul 2010 13:48:30 +0000 http://wpmarketing.org/?p=430#comment-4532 Google Adsense = snooze Google Adsense = snooze

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