AdSense Optimization Tips: Bigger is Better

There’s no doubt about that, big AdSense ads convert better than smaller ones but unfortunately reports from many AdSense publishers have been pouring all over the World Wide Web right now and they were all reporting more or less the same thing. Their Google AdSense earnings have gone down the drain even though their CTRs (Click-through Rates) or number of clicks were higher than before!

What the f*ck is going on, Google!?

I guess this is why Google sent out emails to Google AdSense publishers recently. They were trying to quell a fire of dissatisfaction, wide spreading among AdSense publishers but I’m afraid it is a little bit too late for Google. Little by little, many AdSense publishers have abandoned Google AdSense and went for something better for their digital real estates.

Hmm… Perhaps I should do the same too! :-(
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