Why King Of The (CPC) Google Adsense Is Hated By Bloggers.

 No doubt, Google Adsense is best for the website owner to earn revenue from their site. Adsense is also so attractive to publishers. Why? The answer is that guess you have a blog and you are posting 2-3 articles a week and getting money paid into your account every month. Isn’t it so cool? But, often you may be heard the worst feedback from people telling that they have been frustrated by Google Adsense. There may be many reasons for the hating of Google Adsense, here are the researched ones.

The Approval Process For Google Adsense Is Too Hard.

That is the first reason that people hate Google Adsense. It’s too hard to get approved for Adsense program. I have seen many people saying that they have reached disapprove their application even their blogs are eligible for Adsense program policy. Even some of the bloggers have got their account approve after 2 or 3 years. Isn’t it so frustrating to get Adsense approved? That is the first reason that 90% of people quit blogging due to this cause.

One thing you should keep in mind, Google is getting strict day by day. They don’t approve any blog quickly even if its six months or 1 year old. Even, if you make your site perfect for applying for Adsense. There are fewer chances they’ll approve the site.

If your blog comes in blogging or tech niche, forget to get your account approved. This is because about thousands or lakhs of blogs are created daily in this niche.

You Will Loss Visitors With Every Adsense Ad Clicks.

That is the 2nd top reason that irritates blogger so much. You may probably know, It takes a year to make a reputation and valuable readers in the online world. And what if you are losing each visitor who clicks on Adsense ads while you are making some few cents from it. This happens because Google Adsense ads open in the same tab after clicking on it. However, you have read a lot of articles for increasing CTR, but they don’t tell that you are losing your valuable readers by doing those wicked tricks.

What you lose when a visitor clicks on Adsense ads?

  • A stunning visitor who gives you more reads to improve your site ranking.
  • An Affiliate sale, which is better than few cents of Adsense.
  • You will lose a subscriber.
  • And much more.

Once you get the ban, You’ll never get Google Adsense back!

Google takes serious action if it found to be cheated even cheat is not done by you. Google immediately disable the publisher account on which it sees unusual activity. It does not matter how long the publisher has been partnered with them.

It shows you have no way to prevent it if anyone on your blog hater clicks on ads frequently (it means if that person clicks on ads 10-20 times at one time). As you know, there is more competition in tech and blogging niche than any others niche and what if your competitor comes on your blog and make some invalid clicks. You can’t-do anything; only you can watch going your Adsense account from your hand. and note it Once you get a ban, you’ll never get Google Adsense back!

Google Is Strick About Their Program.

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Google does not take any new blog in their program even the blog is fully compatible with their program policy. Just go there reading their terms and Conditions you’ll definitely find what I mean.

Google Adsense has lots of rules to follow. Even if you follow them correctly, they’ll ban your Adsense account by some else invalid clicks. You have to make sure once you get the ban, you’ll never get Adsense back!

Most newbie bloggers often try continuously for getting their application approved, but sometimes their site got banned. And once you got banned, there is no chance of entering again. One way is to change domain address if you have dared to lose some readers, previous PageRank & Alexa rank and much more. This just sucks! No one can do this for Adsense. And some peoples lose courage and stop blogging.

Low (CPC) Cost Per Click Rate.

If you are not getting traffic from US, UK, and Canada, then forget about big earning. As Google wants most traffic from the US to approve your application, they only pay much CPC to US publisher. So, if you are not from the US, then the CPC rate will continue much low that may irritate. It may be 0.1$-0.5$, that means if you are getting totally 1000-1500 visitors daily, your monthly earning will be 1$-2$. Their payment threshold is 100$, so it will definitely take about one year for your first payment.

Note: If you have high website traffic, many big advertisers will contact you to pay much more than Google Adsense.

Email Support, It Irritates

Ads are displayed through codes, it is apparent that you may encounter the problem at a stage, either it may be “ads are not showing” or other. So, you will entirely go to their support page at the thought that they will help you. But, this is the most frustrating thing that their email support just sucks. It’s better to contact an expert for your help.

Huge Delay In Payment.

Another reason is that in order to receive money from Adsense you have to verify your home address. Adsense sends verification pin that might take 2 or 3 months depending on where you live.

Everyone knows that the Adsense minimum payout is 100$, once you reach this minimum amount. You have to wait for many weeks or a month to receive your paycheck.

What Should You Do Instead of Adsense?

Remember you should always make a backup for your income because it is not sure that when your Adsense account will be disabled. Here’ the other ways for earning from your blog.

After providing all the paragraph, I am damn sure that you may have some questions rounding in your mind, feel free to ask here. One thing, most blogger, blogging in make money niche don’t use Adsense on their blog because most bloggers don’t click on Adsense ads. That’s the reason these bloggers make small earning.

About the Author: Jalil Mehar

Jalil Mehar, is a Web-Developer, SEO Analyst, WordPress Expert And Founder Of WPBloggerTricks, Blogging Egg and also the founder of A free social bookmarking site thesecretweb.org to help bloggers to gain do-follow backlinks.

1 Comment

  1. I tend to disagree with you on most of the points mentioned in your blog post. You may have seen few bad examples but there are many happy Adsense publishers including myself who feel Adsense is still better than any other CPC programs.

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