co Google Adsense Page Clean-up is Good News |
I’m sure you’ve been frustrated like I have when you do a Google search for something you are looking for, only to pull up a page filled with Adsense ads and nothing more. Well, Google is putting a stop to these “all-Adsense” pages – effective June 1 – and that’s good news for all legitimate Internet marketers and surfers alike.

By getting rid of the all-Adsense pages, Google will help searchers find more relevant results for what they are searching for – and that could be your Website or blog. I’m glad to see Google finally taking a stand against these pages that are designed to manipulate the Adsense system, instead of providing valuable content.

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Google will purge ad-heavy websites

goo.gifSites which are heavy in ads but light in content may be bumped from Google’s AdSense program. Several so-called online publishers who have ads with little content have already received emails saying their websites will be dropped from the AdSense program. Google says these sites influence search results, not necessarily for the good of users, by pointing users searching for specific products to these sites. Once they click through, the user may get the information they are looking for but they also may only find an ad or picture related to that product.

Some online publishers may get an unwelcome jolt on June 1st. Google, which provides thousands of ads to websites through it’s AdSense program, will shut off adds to certain websites beginning Friday.

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