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Why Some Social Sites May Survive Adsense Panda

A lot of the reason social sites are still thriving is the advertising. Most of them do get Adsense for there ads. But social networks are more on comments and communication. The way it seems to be going is quick and simple posts that don't stay on a website very long. Those who have blogging on their sites have less chance of webpage views being abused.

People make there post and it is read for a few days and then gone from the site. Kind of why Bubblews removes some of your posts all the time from your profile. Even though your older posts are still seen on the Internet if you have the old url to look them up. But they are not on the site for everyone to see.

The less time a post is kept for viewing means less chance someone can pay for views. That way advertisers don't have to monitor the sites as much for view abuse. It is a simple way to stop all the abuse that sites constantly deal with.

It makes sense from an advertisers point of view as well. If your ad is constantly being seen from the same place you don't get new traffic. But new and constant posts will generate new traffic all the time.


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Comments

NeldaHoxie wrote on July 6, 2014, 12:16 AM

You are writing a lot about how Bubblews works and makes money. Honestly, it sounds like your theory. I don't know how you can know it for sure.

lrdl3535 wrote on July 6, 2014, 1:22 AM

I use to own several ptc sites and closed all of them years ago. That was when I decided to take up writing instead. My idea was to have sites and link them to Adsense. Adsense refused them all and declined to say why. I had some extenuating circumstances that allowed me to get more information. They basically told me they do not post ads on ptc sites at all. They did say at the time revenue sites were a different situation. They consider the payout from revenue sites to others as a shareholder or part owner in the site.
To be honest Adsense is owned by Google and they really don't need private websites to advertise on. They can and do pick and choose whatever sites they want to. They own the Internet so maybe the time has come that we will see more sites closing from lack of advertising.

AliCanary wrote on July 6, 2014, 11:05 PM

Bubblews actually redid the archives to show all previous posts, instead of just a few. I think they just needed to upgrade their servers to get more storage space.

margielynn wrote on July 10, 2014, 8:40 PM

I keep my older post alive by twitting and putting on other social medias. It is a lot of work but pays off.

LeaPea2417 wrote on December 31, 2015, 4:37 PM

It is nice to meet you on here . I do hope you come back to write more and interact on the posts.