The Pros And Cons Of Using Google Adsense For Extra Income! - Below are the...
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Below are the cons of the Google Adsense program:
1. The Adsense account can be closed by Google at any time. There are horror stories of webmasters waking up and seeing their account closed. They all of a sudden lose their source of income.
Usually, one of the reasons that makes Google close an account is click fraud. The problem is that the click fraud my not be committed by the webmaster.
2. The Google Adsense program does not provide residual income. So, you canít continue to reap the reward of your hard work over and over as you do with residual income programs.
3. Most content websites depend on search engines for traffic. When the search engines shuffle their ranking algorithms, the traffic may drop. This drop will result in less traffic and income.
4. Creating content can be hard work. Youíll need to keep adding content to keep your website interesting. Without this, you visitors may dry up, which will decrease your income.
There you have it! You now know the pros and cons of the Google Adsense program. Itís up to you to decide if you want to use it to earn extra income.
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