AdSense Checks Show Signs of Google's Financial Troubles

Feb 8, 2004 - 1:48 pm 0 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

Google launched a program named AdSense, which allows Web site owners to place Google AdWords ads on their site. "Google AdSense is for web publishers who want to make more revenue from advertising on their site while maintaining editorial quality. AdSense delivers text-based Google AdWords ads that are relevant to what your readers see on your pages � and Google pays you." Many SEO's built great Web sites that provide excellent content relevant to specialized areas. These SEO's took advantage of the AdSense program as an alternative to selling normal ad space. The program has been a huge success.

Recently, people have been posting their concerns about the Google AdSense program. Specific threads of interest include the fact that Google has been paying these AdSense payments late. People take this to mean that Google is having some financial trouble.

Read more about this at Late Payment Again and Google Payments.

 

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