7 thoughts on “What’s Up with AdSense?”

  1. Right in comments there Jason says he’s doing nothing wrong. Someone with his amount of pageviews has got to be able to negotiate special treatment from AdSense folks. I could see how Google would be open to collaborate with EnGadget on that seeing how their pages are *long*, so inserting an extra ad doesn’t create the overload effect.

  2. Om:

    Jason replied to AdRants in the comments to their post:

    “My official statement:

    If you would like information on Google Adsense running on our sites please contact Google’s press or Adsense departments. I can assure you we are not violating any terms with them.

    I can not discuss the issue beyond on that.”

    So your uncharacteristic optimism is completely justified. The glass, in this case, is decidedly half-full.

    Disclosure: I write a number of Weblogs, Inc.’s blogs.

  3. If Jason did disclose how much he makes from AdSense, that in itself is a violation of the Google AdSense TOS.

  4. Dan – no, you’re allowed to disclose how much you make, you aren’t allowed to disclose specific pageview and click-through data.

  5. Wow a million? My domain over the past year has generated enough revenue to pay for its re-registration of $16….. Guess in the popularity contest I got a lot to learn LOL

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