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Google terminates the MFA/arbitrage industry

Nikolas
Mon 21 May 2007, 11:23 am GMT +0200
It looks like Google is closing adsense accounts that are related to high earning MFA and arbitrage sites. According to Jensense, Google is sending announcements to account owners that earn more than $10,000 with MFA/arbitrage sites that they are going to shut down their accounts in June 1st.


olaf
Mon 21 May 2007, 11:56 am GMT +0200
how does arbitrage work?

buying low cost ads and gaining profit with money making adsense ads?

Nikolas
Mon 21 May 2007, 12:02 pm GMT +0200
Yes. They buy low cost ads for articles/landing pages that have high paying ads on similar keywords.

olaf
Mon 21 May 2007, 04:14 pm GMT +0200
:)

at the end every webmaster need to create something useful to support the internet visitor ...

YMC
Mon 21 May 2007, 05:37 pm GMT +0200
Google is sending announcements to account owners that earn more than $10,000

Phew, guess I'm safe.  >:D

YMC
Mon 21 May 2007, 05:39 pm GMT +0200
Seriously though, seems like this may lead to some interesting developments. It's always been a business model to buy low and sell high. Sounds like these folks might have the dollars to mount a fight. Will be interesting to see how this turns out.

vbignacio
Wed 23 May 2007, 02:50 am GMT +0200
"...no more PPC --> Adsense direct...or bye bye to that account."

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