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The Death of AdSense?

September 20, 2006 by  

Once in a while someone comes up with something provocative that draws everybody’s attention. That’s the case when Scott Boulch released a free 18 page report called the Death of AdSense last week.

If you are doing AdSense, that title surely grabs your attention.

Although I do not completely agree with Scott that AdSense is dead, I do believe that we should never rely solely on AdSense as our only source of income. For me AdSense is dead for those who are doing spammy sites but it’s very much alive and kicking for others.

Scott refers himself as a former AdSense junkie who now makes 50K a month after quitting AdSense. So what’s the next big thing he is talking about after AdSense?

Well I won’t spoil it for you but there’s a chance that you are already doing it.

Scott’s list building strategy by giving away sensationalized free report is a good one and he has succeeded in getting around 25,000 people in little over a week.

If you want to know why Scott claims AdSense is dead, get the report here. You’ll have to enter your name and email address and then a confirmation link is sent to you. If you don’t like to be put on the list, you can always unsubscribe later.

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Comment by TheWheeler
2006-11-03 21:01:14

Well, I wouldn’t be so sure about that. Google is the biggest traffic seller out there, no doubt!

 
Comment by Kitty Karsen
2006-11-10 03:55:29

I agree with you the Google sales traffic and it is working! Adsense is not dead!

 
Comment by Free Sounds
2007-03-13 21:09:35

Adsense isn’t dead, but it is starting to! You can sell text links for much more, and plus it is guaranteed money. Adsense isn’t guaranteed.

I prefer text ads.

 
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