Adsense Bloggers May Just Get A Small Pay Raise

November 8, 2006 – 10:19 am

by Darren

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Okay, don’t get too excited just yet, but I feel a recent development will help earn the average Adsense Blogger a slight raise. Google has made significant changes to Google Adwords, which should have a trickle down effect for “honest publishers” out there, like bloggers.

Here’s a few articles on the Blog Repulic Network that contain links to all the important information, if you’re interested in reading in-depth:

To summarize my opinion with what I wrote earlier:

The long and short of it is that you will now pay more for your minimum Click bid. The rise in minimum bid prices will probably drive most arbitragers out of business quickly. At the very least, it will require them to build pages that are more useful than the current listing of ads most of them have. This could be a giant step forward for the Adsense Publishers network.

At the very least, the minimum bid being raised CANNOT hurt us in any way. The more the advertiser has to pay, the more our share should be. This should raise revenues for Google, the Adsense Publishers, and it should radically boost the conversion rate for advertisers. Tens of millions of pages that currently stand between the normal surfer and a closing page will now find it too expensive to bid.

This should thoroughly hamper activities of both Adsense Arbitrageurs as well as Made For Adsense websites, which have taken a bite out of earnings for awhile, by exploiting anomolies in the Google Adwords bidding system. It will be interesting to see how everyone’s account looks in the next few months.

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