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Google Scam???

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For those of you who have been reading this blog and do feel that its been a while since i have put something up here.....well you're right!!!. It has been a while since I put up something up here! I Have been quite busy travelling around Southeast Asia( we do need some blogging tips from people from that side of the world too).

By the way, I will try to be a bit more regular in my posting from now on. But before we start, i do have a request for my readers. Do you people have google serving you ads on your blog?Are you sincerely making any money out of it at all? I personally do think that this might well be the next eyeball scam of the century.

So please do comment on the above as it can enlighten me and lighten the heavy research (read that as waiting for your comments) that i am currently undertaking.

Kudos until we met on the battlefield of blog traffic.

17 Responses to “Google Scam???”

  1. Blogger Rohit 

    I've had Google Adsense for about four months now and have made about $0.60.Quite frankly it sucks.And I stumbled into some site wherein a guy proclaims that he makes in excess of 15k a month.And it's all in an e-book.Very fishy.

  2. Blogger Priya Shah 

    Actually, Rohit, it is very do-able. I have friends who are making over $400 in one day. See my newsletter here for more tips.

  3. Blogger Lovely Lisa 

    I have made ten cents! I know I get a lot of traffic, over one hundred hits a day on my blogs, which i feel is a good start, since I just started last month. People even leave comments!

  4. Anonymous Anonymous 

    Not allowed to say what is earned from adsense (as its against adsense terms and conditions) but I do find it worthwile having ads on the site.
    I wont be retiring, but at least it helps with the cost of hosting.

    Course, ads will not earn you anything if no one is clicking on them, or even if they are clicking, you may not be earning much if low paying ads are showing.

    As you know the ads are targetted towards the content on the page, some pages get higher paying ads than others.

    You can also block ads that you dont like in the competetive ad filter section on google.

    Lots of traffic helps, as does relevant ads that people find interesting. But then again, not everyone likes ads, so you can never win ;)


  5. Blogger Ruthless Jack 

    good to see your keeping up the blog mate ;;;;

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  7. Blogger Kimberly 

    Even though I'm skating on this ice here with poss. violating the terms for adsense, I will say that it took about three months but I was able to make my car payment with the check I got. But in retrospect, I think it took about the same amount of time for me to get a regular following of readers. Readers who are interested in what I'm writing about, therefore, they are interested in the ads.

  8. Blogger Martin Lavoie 

    I know a bunch of people making good money from adsence . All you gotta have are good keywords ;)

  9. Blogger Crusader 

    It will al depend on the type of blog you are running, the amount of traffic you get, and the layout of your ads.

    It is possible to earn decent money from Adsense, although Blogs are the hardest to generate revenue from

  10. Anonymous TFMC 

    I make a few (<10) cents a day with Adsense, now my question to you is will you please do something about the amount of comment spam on your blog.

  11. Anonymous Anonymous 

    I've made any where from $0.01 to $0.45 cents a day.. I wish I could find out more ways to make more money.. How can I only list the top paying ads?

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  13. Blogger Stef Levolger 

    The problem mainly is that people have to click ads in order for you to make money in general. The amount of CPM ads are very low. So well yeh, unless your visitors will click your ads you're not going to make any high amounts of money.

    In general readers do not click ads that frequently unless the ad would actually be interesting.

    Myself I've been using adsense for a short while as well now, and although I do not expect to get rich from it I do hope the income will go a bit quicker since the payout is only for $100 and up. In the rate it's going now that'll like take 2 years before I'll be able to get my first payout.

    I do have some friends though which use it for another type of site and they're making like 5 bucks a day, goes a bit faster, yet when they compare it to the cost of the actual hosting they're doing for it (gameservers), they're still not making any profit.

  14. Blogger seminars 

    Hi, I think it comes down to 2 things. You either have to target very well, or you have to have tons of traffic. Of the two options, I like targetting the best, but it's really hard work. I work in insurance, and it's tough playing against the big guys with huge budgets. That's where content comes in. I don't just offer quotes, but try to update with information I learn at CE courses, etc.

  15. Blogger pdp 

    You want to know something that is really weird? I saw this companie's site and they said that they were no longer posting Google advertisements on their site because google cheated them, but yet this same site had Google ads all over it!

    I think "they" were the ones trying to scam me. Besides the more people who think that it is a scam the better, there are billions of companies are useing google adwords, butonly thousands of people useing Google Adsense, so lets keep the chatter low shall we?

  16. Blogger Dogcrap Green 

    I have a couple blogs.

    These ad hits are based on the value of the billboard as much as the traffic. IF you have a site that caters to selling pencils, how much is the advertiser gonna pay for the ad? What if it's a real estate blog and someone is trying to sell a million dollar house? Google splits the money, whatever they can get.

    It depends on the blog and my posting activity. On my blog that aid hotels in Baltimore I can get $1.00 per hit. But it is an extreamly small market and I get about 4 hits a months. When I was current on my horse racing blog I was getting hits like mad for about $.75 a hit - evey racing fan is always looking for a handicapping program. But this is a small market and I ran out of people after about 2 months.

    My sports betting blog never gets a hit unless I'm on a losing streak and my readers I about ready to give up on me. Me best adsense run there was for $45 in one week. But I pray I never make another $45, and have never been so happy about the $.12 I've mdae over the past week.

    My big cash blog was my housing boom blog untill the advertiser figured out what it was. Real Estate companies trying to sell raw land were paying $3.00 per click. But that died down very quickly.

    My monthly average now between all blogs is $15.00 - whatever, its a hobby.

  17. Anonymous iBlogMarketing 

    Personally, im against the whole ads on a blog thing. I think its reasonable to say that adding any type of ad to your blog will change its personality.

    When i see adsense on a blog, it gennerally gives me a negative feeling. Like "Do they really want me here for the content or do they just want me to click on ads?"

    So unless you are like priya's friends and want to grind out the $400 a day and sit at home, i would think twice about adsense.


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