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here something I dont understand.

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by Ulomok, May 18, 2011.

  1. Ulomok

    Ulomok Newbie

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    buying cheap traffic from third parties PPC to my page with little to no content , filled with adsens is called arbitrage, and leads to adsense account ban. How about monstermarketplace_Kom, majority of there traffic comes from third parties PPC and this guys are adsens premium.
    How this fits with adsence policy "we care about our advertisers and making shure to deliver high quality". or is it "yeah , we care about our advertisers, but to be able to deliver more we have to allow few not to play by rules". ....Care to share some thoughts?
     
  2. zivmaymon

    zivmaymon Regular Member

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    man it's not cool,I think,to put their name here and highlighting the fact that they are not banned yet, are you waiting for Matt Cutts to read your thread and bann your competitors? [they don't have to be,I'm just saying they might be]
     
  3. jcbizzled

    jcbizzled Registered Member

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    I couldn't tell you how they get away with it. But I know a lot of firms switched gears and moved to arbing Google after Yahoo fucked them last year with the Bing migration and TQ score algorithm changes.

    My guess is they either have a special relationship with G (adsense premium?), or they're staying under the ceiling of where they would raise flags on their accounts. Or they're such huge media buyers G gives them a blind eye. Who knows.
     
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  4. jcbizzled

    jcbizzled Registered Member

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    Actually looking over the link you mentioned anyway, it's not really clear if they're actually arbing G anyway. I mean they are running adsense, but we can't really tell for sure if they're buying traffic.