Google Adsense Will No Longer Serve Ads On Your Hosted Domains
Are you one of those online marketers, bloggers, or website owners that depends on earning money online through Google Adsense? Well if you haven’t read your email registered with Google Adsense yet, then I guess you need to read this information straight from Google Adsense itself. Today I received an email from one of the most lucrative company that offers online marketers, bloggers, or website owners to earn money online through publishing ads. According to the email sent, after a thorough study Google Adsense have decided now to pull out serving Google ads on undeveloped domains. Furthermore, they will soon remove Adsense for domains from Google Adsense dashboard. Below is Google Adsense timeline for the mentioned plan.
There’s an option in Google Adsense from which you can already earn money online from an undeveloped website or hosted domain you have purchased. I myself have some undeveloped hosted domains where I placed temporarily Google Adsense to park their ads and somehow earn from it.
Why is Google Adsense pulling out ads from hosted domains?
I have nothing but a simple and short answer on that – revenue. I guess it shows on Google Adsense’ data that they are not really earning on posting ads on undeveloped websites. Really now? With the continuous development of Google Search algorithm, I don’t even think that these undeveloped domains would be able to top on search engine result pages (SERP) when someone searches for something. Let’s say you have an undeveloped domain called howtoremoveacne.com (this is just an example and I haven’t checked if the website does exist) and with related keywords like – acne removal, how to, get rid acne, acne. And this particular website doesn’t really have any contents or whatsoever since it’s a newly purchased hosted domain – then it will be impossible for this website to even reach the first page of SERP. Another factor is MFA or made for Adsense websites, yes a website with no contents and all ads might considered by Google Search algorithm as such – although I have no proof on this one. But as per my observation, more and more “greedy” online marketers are targeting this kind of stunt or scheme. With all of these possible reason, the bottom line is the company’s revenue which in this case is Google Adsense. So the company’s partners (those other companies who acquired Google Adsense’ services to promote their products) were not really earning from these undeveloped websites hence they’ve decided to pull them out – well, it’s kinda loss for us publishers though. But I am pretty sure that it won’t hurt us big time.
So better check your undeveloped hosted domains now and you might want to consider converting them now into something useful in the www.
[Source: Google Adsense]