Things were humming right along and more and more people were piling onto the band wagon as the Google AdSense profits kept getting better and better. Then, one day, it all changed.
Those AdSense checks that you were starting to count on as a regular source of income started to shrink, but why? Your traffic didn’t fall off and you didn’t make any drastic changes to your web site or marketing strategy. So what changed?
Well, as you probably know, AdSense is really just an offshoot of Google AdWords. The difference is that AdWords are the sponsored results that show up around Google’s natural search engine results while AdSense are the sponsored results that show up on the web sites of company’s and individuals who are looking to generate income from advertising Google results on their websites.
When did it happen?
As it turns out, the changes to AdSense can be tracked to a particular point in time. There is a specific event that took place that appears to have changed the potential for generating income from AdSense, and not for the better.
In an e-book titled “The Death Of AdSense”, author Scott Boulch has given us the details of how AdSense has changed forever and how it will impact the future of many individuals who currently rely on AdSense for their income.
This is nothing to be taken lightly as it appears that many individuals are already feeling the pinch.
What is next?
Now saying that Google AdSense is dead is a pretty huge statement and to be fair, you must take the word death with a grain of salt. Google AdSense still provides valuable content to drive targeted traffic to websites around the globe. It also continues to generate income for the individuals and companies who use it.
It is just that the amount of income it is providing has changed and it doesn’t look like it will be changing back. Now, change isn’t necessarily bad. Remember when one door closes, more often than not, other doors open up.
I am sure that other products and ideas are coming online right now that will enhance and even surpass the results that AdSense has historically provided.