AdSense Earnings Drop by 20 Percent in April

May 1, 2011 · Posted in Radio 

Google Adsense LogoMy April Report is out. Google AdSense earnings has dropped by a significant twenty percent (20%), as compared to the previous month. With reference to my last post on prediction of Google AdSense earnings, the result has proven to be true.

Part of the reasons for its decline is due to the shortage of quality posts made to some websites. However, that substantial decrease could not be so significant if not the giant search engine has done something to their back-end system.

Google is based on complex mathematical algorithm to ensure best search result is delivered to end-user. The company has survived on this fundamental principal for the past 10 years. It is without a doubt that it would lead to speculation Google has heavily tweaked its algorithm on its Google AdSense engine, especially the pie of shared earning that goes to the multinational company (MNC) has become overly apparent in its Terms and Conditions.

If this continues, I will have to search for alternative sources to fund my server and websites.

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One Response to “AdSense Earnings Drop by 20 Percent in April”

  1. Andre Brazil Windows 7 Google Chrome 13.0.782.112 on August 24th, 2011 10:41 am


    I’m from Brasil and I noticed the same issue. I’ll try to contact some advertisers directly.

    Best regards.