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Discussion in 'Google' started by iluvme77, Jul 27, 2008.

  1. Tearabite

    Tearabite Prominent Member

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    #21
    Geeze, i cant even find one to verify the news.. Where's an MFA when you need one?!
    SEMrush
     
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  2. iluvme77

    iluvme77 Banned

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    #22
    awesome. good for u!:D
     
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  3. Homer

    Homer Spirit Walker

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    #23
    Exactyl, I actually went out looking for one. What would you enter into Google?

    - Example MFA sites
    - Made for Adsense Sample sites
    - Show me adsense sites

    I found this:

    Source


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    enriquerojas Active Member

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    #24
    Finally! A massive hit to the money lechers. Sorry folks but is true. I have stopped or reduced the content network ads due to this. I didn't like this G update but I am starting to find reasons to like it.

    Now we are missing the parked domains, error pages and so on.
     
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    canam Peon

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    #25
    here is an MFA page, not on the whole site, but I am surprised this guy hasn't lost his whole account yet:

    http://iland.dk/click/
     
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    #26
    A guy with 4 post makes the whole forum go WHOOOA! Jesus can he show us one proven site or even something Google? Nothing just something to get him going so he can start spam us in a while when he have enough points. Check the source first!! There is now over 10 people looking at this post including me DAMM!
     
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    ceweqsakti Banned

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    #27
    Wow.when does it start?
     
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    #28
    Agree with Google doing so and applaud!
     
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    #29
    PLEASE tell me what is "made for adsense" since all my website is doing profit and all have been made to make profit with Adsense. You say that Google banned millions of sites in go and did not even to send out a pressR? Only you know about it? WOW!
     
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    #30
    Woot! Now we should get more per click. Bastards try making real quality websites.
     
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    #31
    This song's for you -

     
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    TheSyndicate Prominent Member

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    #32
    I just talked with Google Adsense over the phone and they had no idea what i was talking about. They said that maybe on of the users had been banned but there is nothing to kill all made for adsense sites since nobody can say for real what site is what.
     
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    #33
    I would say this is a great example IMO. Possibly in breach of TOS?
    http://iland.dk/click/


    Thanks canam :)


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    #34
    Yea, I'm doing a happy dance.
     
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    #35
    I love that Linkin Park song... :D

    As far as MFA sites go, all I had to do was go look in my blog comments for the latest comment marked spam to find an example :

    http://www.getpayperclickinfo.com/

    That's pretty much as MFA as you get but it still seems to be displaying Adsense ads ???
     
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    #36
    No that site break TOS since it ask people to click it is not MFA site.

    I found this

    Google AdSense has sent couple of emails out to publishers believed to be doing arbitrage or serving MFA (Make for AdSense) sites. These publishers account will be terminated with immediate effect on the 1st of June, but the good news is Google will still pay whatever earnings remaining. However, there has not been any official announcement from the Google If you are playing arbitrage or serving multiple MFA sites to earn from Google AdSense previously, this is definitely a bad news for you. Jennifer of Jensense pointed out an interesting possibility that these publishers might just mass migrate to Yahoo Publisher Network?

    But now it is JULY so i am sure if you have a site that is MFA you should know by now. This is not news its just a way to get more posts.
     
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    #37
    I wonder why Google only implemented this now?
     
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    jburdon14 Well-Known Member

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    #38
    Interesting News.. Thanks!
     
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    #39
    Well, google has really been doing this for ages.

    Someone mentioned up there how odd it would be that google would shut down millions and millions of "MFA" websites and not have a press release about it, or any other public notification.

    They ban ads that trigger their sensors. Once they see a website that looks like it was "MFA", they'll shut the ads down. They didn't spend a whole bunch of time collecting a list of these sites to shut them down all at once.

    It's google. They do what they want, when they want. Because they can. I'm glad they "did" this. But, really, they've been doing this all along. It's just a matter of who takes notice and talks publicly about the way they were affected.
     
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    #40
    If this is true...it couldn't come at a better time. Google didn't go so great with their quarterly earnings, a stance against websites that generate (in general) horrible traffic might drive more advertising dollars into their system. Important for them, especially during this kind of economy, when spending has slow down.
     
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