Frustrated Website Owner Fights Back Against Google AdSense
A set-it-and-forget-it private advertising software helps bloggers and website owners fight back against Google AdSense bans
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (USA) - For almost three years straight, many bloggers and website owners have witnessed a rapid and overwhelming drop in their earnings.
These site owners have relied on almost exclusively on Google’s AdSense program to generate income. In fact it worked so well back in 2010, many were able to quit their day jobs and make a full-time income as online entrepreneurs. But today, everything has changed.
“Just 28 months ago, my AdSense revenue was awesome. But since 2010, my AdSense money has literally dried up,” explains Markus Allen, an online marketer who helps authors publish online books. “Many site owners are getting banned by AdSense, often without explanation (or a second chance).”
Allen continues: “In 2010, I averaged $19.19 per 1,000 web page views. Just a year later, I was paid just $9.74 per thousand views in AdSense money. And last month, the average plummeted again to an record low $4.63. As a result, I removed AdSense from all of my sites last week.”
“Unfortunately, I’ve invested many years testing AdSense alternatives and almost none have paid off. But there was one exception - to track down corporate sponsors directly and to display their ad on my site’s empty spaces. This strategy was much more profitable than Google AdSense.”
So Allen decided to automate the selling of his blog site’s private ads. He’s inventing software that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to find corporate sponsors already advertising on his competitor’s websites. This software automatically contacts the advertiser and cordially invites them to sponsor his website.
"It’s literally set it and forget it. You wake up each morning and see new advertiser accounts created each and every day. I wish I invented this when I first started out online back in 1997.”
Allen is making his software available later this fall. And he’s currently tapping into crowdsource funding to help complete the software coding. “I’ve named this software my Ad Toll Booth - armed with this robotic software, you’re literally collecting a toll from each visitor who sees your sponsored ads.”
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