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Sunday, June 5, 2005


Now that’s an interesting-looking Google AdSense screen (profits of up to $1,000 per day). SenseCash say they’ll enable you to find the right keywords to display high-paying AdSense ads of up to $20 per click when you join their $30/ month program.

Whether or not this scheme is in compliance with the AdSense program policies though I can’t tell. Google writes “No Google ad may be placed on pages published specifically for the purpose of showing ads, whether or not the page content is relevant”, and sites may not include “irrelevant keywords in the content or code of web pages.”

Update: A reader who wants to stay anonymous sent in the following – and I can’t tell whether or not it’s true:

“I think it was one of the SEO forums where this guy got torn apart as fakery ... not only for the basic concept itself, but if I remember right, he used to have another URL up and it was numbered something like ’page1’ ... so someone manually punched in ’page2, page3, etc’ ... and saw the ’real-non-Photoshopped results’.”

In another forum thread, and one particular blog dedicated to high paying AdSense keywords, you can see phrases like Mesothelioma Lawyers, Eloan, Lexington Law, Equity Line of Credit, Student Loan Consolidation, Asbestos Cancer, and Auto Insurance being pointed out in response to the SenseCash offer.


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