Thank You Cards From Google AdSense

Jun 26, 2013 - 8:40 am 1 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

As you know, Google AdSense turned ten years old the other week and they are celebrating. What you may not know is that Google sent some publishers thank you cards for being with them for 10 years.

The cards were signed by Scott Sheffer, VP of Publisher Business Solutions at Google. Here is a picture of the card from Ross Jones on Google+:

Google AdSense Card

Cards are not new to publishers, they've received them for valentines day and for end of year thank you notes. But the gifts use to be a lot richer from picture frames to USB cards and neat computer accessories - now a card.

Anyway, it is almost comical because one publisher was disabled from AdSense a few weeks ago and got one of these cards. He said in the Google AdSense Help forums, "You would think that a business relationship of ten years, which I assume made google at least the same amount of money would warrant better treatment."

Either way, the cards have been sent out and they are pretty nice cards.

Forum discussion at Google AdSense Help, WebmasterWorld and Google+.

 

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