View Full Version : Google PSAs

04-23-2004, 11:27 AM
I wonder if Google's testing their new PSAs. :rolleyes:

Luckily I have alternate colors setup on my sites, but some there's alot of people who have no alternates setup, and a quick browse around the 'net shows it.

[edit:] Atleast I now know why I've had little traffic and made no money today. With no Adwords running, my new sites are getting zip for visitors.

04-23-2004, 12:09 PM
the new google ad psa's are ugly... they stand out to much i dont think thats a good thing..

04-23-2004, 06:21 PM
They are testing them... I saw them on one of my sites.
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04-25-2004, 06:07 AM
Yes I have seen them too.....
But because of the Google's new Ad program mt revenue from Adsense are suffering like crazy.....
Gosh... I used to get at least $10 ( which at times are lots more ) to a miserable $0.50 / day for more than 10,000 hits with a 0.2% click through....

Not only did their testing took up mu Advertising space they also dropped my earnings :( ( I think Google is getting from bad to worse.... I would prefer to look for a Advertiser and work with that company on a long term basis asfter having this "scare from Google... )

04-25-2004, 06:35 PM
The new advertising methods for Adsense is not a bad thing because it will encourage more advertisers to join and keep current advertisers distributing their ads via Adsense. Improved ROI will reward quality sites who have quality traffic in the long run.

Maybe your income dropped as your traffic isn't good quality (in the eyes on the advertisers). Im still trying to workout what exactly your sites are about.
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04-26-2004, 03:13 PM
Yeah some of them look to good which is anoying to me cause if someone clicks them no money for me. Time for me to start making my own replacement ads so I dont have the psa's

06-28-2006, 06:42 PM
Instead of creating my own PSA replacements from scratch I opted to use a PSA replacement service, Alternate URL Ads (http://www.alternate-url-ads.com/). Now I'm serving contextual ads in place of PSAs.