11 Jul '18, 4pm

15 years of Google Adsense

I started using Adsense 15 years ago. Google Adsense is 15 years old. Today Google sent an email to me with a bit of personal data: I remember the great excitement I had when Adsense first came out. Finally, owners of niche content sites had a way to earn good money from relevant ads. The best month–January, 201 06–was bittersweet. At one point I was earning over $1,000 a day. Then I got a message from Google that some of my sites weren’t up to their quality guidelines, and the revenue dropped significantly overnight. I still use Adsense on smaller sites for which it doesn’t make sense to do direct ad sales. But the glory days of January 2016 are long gone. Share Tweet Share Email Learn more... Google Now Targeting Ads to Users, Not Just Content Adsense as a Platform and What it Means for Publishers Domain Parking Coming to .Tel

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