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Adsense revenue dramatically down

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by annunaki10, Jan 30, 2009.

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    Has anyone else experienced this over the past couple months?

    I've noticed my adsense revenue has gone down a lot. I haven't changed anything with the placement and the number of ads per page. My traffic has actually increased and other ad revenue has increased.

    Did adsense change something? Should i try adbrite or yahoo? I currently use adsense and valueclick.
     
    annunaki10, Jan 30, 2009 IP
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    webhost9023 Peon

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    You may have been smart priced
     
    webhost9023, Jan 30, 2009 IP
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    godmode Well-Known Member

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    nothing to do with smart pricing. Adsense revenue is down across the board, its with the economy. If you know some of your advertisers who used to regular run ads on your website with top spots, you would notice that they are no more running the ads. Thats the reason of the whole adsense is going down coz premium advertisers aint running any serious ad budgets right now.
     
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    I thought now they would need advertising more than they used to do.
     
    maxerg, Jan 30, 2009 IP
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    ameran Well-Known Member

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    I have the same problem and I hope it ends sometimes.
     
    ameran, Jan 30, 2009 IP
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    godmode Well-Known Member

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    Actually yes but the biggest fear is however that, they spend more money that they could make. Always remember that at the end of the day ROI matters.

    Currently companies aint cash rich anymore and they can't raise money from the market either that means they would only depend on actual sales.

    anyways this would continue to be there for atleast 6 months -1 year. hopefully gradually it improves.
     
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    I suggest you wait a while longer. Don't give up on Adsense yet. It might surprise you :)
     
    TheVccMatey, Jan 30, 2009 IP
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    nhc1987 Notable Member

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    Adsense is dead. Affiliate is growing :D LOLz
     
    nhc1987, Jan 31, 2009 IP
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    it is because of economic crises.
     
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    annunaki10 Active Member

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    Yeh that's what i thought was happening. I'm considering at least trying another ad service like adbrite though. Like i said, valueclick revenue has gone up and adsense has gone way down...
     
    annunaki10, Jan 31, 2009 IP
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    Can't confirm that observation, my adsense revenue remains as always. - In fact it's slightly growing.
     
    monfis, Jan 31, 2009 IP