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Adsense and Autoblogs...Why Does It Work?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by MichiganManiac, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. MichiganManiac

    MichiganManiac Regular Member

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    I'm sure there is a simple answer to this, but I was wondering about using adsense on autoblogs...

    Can't Google tell that your content on your autoblog is duplicate content? And if so, why do they not ban your adsense account for that?

    Or do they od just that? I've seen a few autoblogs mentioned here and there on this forum displaying Adsense, so I'm guessing that they don't drop the hammer on autoblogs?

    Would it be safer to use a difference site like AdBrite instead, or is that just being paranoid?
     
  2. shm03

    shm03 Regular Member

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    Yes you risk your account being banned so you need to make the call whether it is worth the risk for the greater earnings.
     
  3. MichiganManiac

    MichiganManiac Regular Member

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    That's what I thought.

    I think I'll go ahead and go with AdBrite and CPA for autoblogs and leave Adsense for other projects.
     
  4. masterfunkd

    masterfunkd Junior Member

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    so what's a good rewriter plug in???
     
  5. partypills

    partypills Registered Member

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    no rewriter is betetr then the person himself in my opinion but you can use the wordflood,jetspinner.. and some others
     
  6. Melvin

    Melvin Junior Member

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    In my opinion, i guess the reader will choose to close the browser instead of clicking the ads to leave.