Ad Sense Warning?
So with my blog created using the Google Blogger or Blogspot app (So? … notice how I start off the post as if we've been discussing this topic for a while and it's just a continuation. See? It's because this particular matter has been rolling around in my brain for a while. :) ) …
So with my blog created using the Google Blogger or Blogspot app I use the Google comments plugin because … it comes with the package. With my Wordpress blog, use their comments plugin. But for my Tumblr blog … because Tumblr currently (have to say “currently” because YAHOO acquired the platform and don't know if will remain that way) … Tumblr allows you to edit your blog template and I installed the Disqus Comments plugin . It works just fine but nobody hardly ever uses it (meaning the blog posts don't get many comments). In addition, if I visit sites that use that plugin it's easy for me to leave my comments or remarks.
(Patience. Keep reading. Will get to my point.)
The other day published a PP post about sites accused of being scams . This morning, reviewed some of my comments left behind at other blogs ( Disqus maintains a readily accessible trail of your “paw prints”) and will share one of my specific remarks because in my mind it sort of relates to my PP post.
One of my comments:
“ Why is that people who respond to my comments always have to be faceless with fake names? Cordially huh?
Well I certainly can't say you were rude. I said "Dishonesty is never smart." I'm not taking it back!!”
- Question: If you're an AdSense publisher, do you have the impression or do you have proof (even better) you've been cheated?
P.S. Not really expecting or even want an answer to this question. Just asking it for my thought process.
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Good morning or afternoon or evening! :)
It's Monday morning for me. Had a marvelous weekend!
Blessings to everyone.
“ Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.”
Quote Source: Purple Buddha Project
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