Adversely Adamant Aspects of AdSense

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To some people out there, making money online means more than it should, but I have my reasons for saying this. Don’t worry, I’ll eventually get to the adverse part of this, in a moment…

I mean really, I bet there are many of you that would get more excited making one hundred dollars online as opposed to a full weeks paycheck from a factory job, warehouse, or wherever. The reality is, we rather get paid for what we enjoy doing (do you?) as opposed to working for others. Makes sense to me.

The sad part is, for many of us, when it comes to making a comfortable living or at least enough to survive, it doesn’t really matter. In actuality, money is simply money. The only thing that seems to matter, is how hard it is to obtain.

Some people rather work hard for their greenbacks and feel like they physically earned it, some rather use their brain and mentally earn it, while most individuals rather earn it the easy way and in whatever way possible.

I understand “working” online is great for talented writers, web designers, people in niche markets, how-to advice sites, and so on. It is also great for stay-at-home moms and laid-off people, jobless ones, or retired folks; totally understandable, but that’s not the point.

The point is, when you check your affiliate stats, AdSense stats or whatever kind of stats it is that you check, and you see that some dividends has landed into your account, do you get excited? Okay, sure ya do. Now, when you worked for an employer and they handed you…your weekly or bi-monthly check, did you get excited then? Probably not…well, unless you’re one of the fortunate ones who make the big bucks. But I doubt if that type of individual is on here, because if you’re already making lots of money offline, what the hell are you doing trying to sell stuff online? It is time consuming, and anyone who is or has been successful should know, it doesn’t happen overnight.

Now, what about the adversely adamant aspects of AdSense?Ha-ha! I’ll get to the adverse part in a minute, but it was just a fancy title to say that the often unfavorable, unyielding appearance of AdSense, often becomes a primary focal point and an obsession – for some folks. With regards to this, it brings back memories in the past, when I used to check affiliate sales, commissions, et cetera, and as the stats illuminated into my eyes…I couldn’t help but feel enthralled or fascinated. I caught myself one day, getting a little too excited over an amount of pay that I could have went and flipped burgers for a week and made. But all that is in the past, and it was a roller coaster ride full of ups and downs. At one time, I nearly cut down to part-time from my offline job; I’m glad I didn’t. One of my businesses had to go out, after the government passed a new law banning transactions from online betting. That sucked, because it was really raking in the bucks. I also had a decent profit from several adult entertainment industries and a few other affiliations, retail marketing, etc.

So, wait a minute. I thought we was talking about the aspects of the adversely adamant AdSense? Oh yeah, well… There is hope for many of the newbies and struggling talent, but you better be in it for the long haul and don’t quit unless you’re sure that’s what you want to do. Just think, for example, if you already have a year invested and you up and quit, delete everything or whatever…and you change your mind six months later. That’s a whole year lost! Things like this takes time, and it is part of most search engine’s algorithms to favor older, more established pages as opposed to freshly published ones. Don’t ask me; that’s just the way it is.

The next subject I’m about to cover, actually relates to “adverse AdSense.”

There is something disturbing that I’ve been reading lately, and it is about all these people getting their AdSense accounts permanently suspended for suspicious activity.

These ad pushers swear up and down how they didn’t participate in click fraud, but ya know what? Someone else did. See, if someone was to start “click bombing” your account, they could get you shut down, for good! It will show up as someone under the same IP address repetitively clicking, and Google looks at it as bad business for their advertisers and for better interest, they will basically ban you from AdSense. Now, this isn’t fair and I still have more research to do before I’m sure if this has been rectified or not. It doesn’t seem right, that someone could do this.

I even read one sad story about how this guy had his girlfriend write quality content for him, and over time, he was making pretty good money with AdSense. Well, one day they had a bad break-up and evidently she was a little more web savvy than he ever known, and she went and click-bombed a lot of his Google adverts and within no time, he was banned. To Google, it may look like you told somebody to go click your ads for a financial reward. But please, as advanced as this search engine is, surely they can use something to prevent this or somehow compensate the negatively impacted advertisers and save your account.

I also read how one guy sued Google for the remaining funds in his account after getting shitcanned by them, and he won back his 700 and some odd dollars. Okay, now please, nobody try the whole “click bombing” thing. It is not good for anyone and hopefully Google will come up with a foolproof plan to prevent this from happening in the future.

Now, enough about the adversely adamant aspects of AdSense. On the flip side, it is a great service, like many of Google’s features, and it can be a decent source of income, as well. Good luck with the revenue and keep the content flowing in a unique, original fashion……

I used the big elephant to represent the "Google Giants." I suppose the little elephant can represent the writers, like us, ha-ha!

I used the big elephant to represent the "Google Giants." I suppose the little elephant can represent the writers, like us, ha-ha!

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