I originally wrote this post back in 2013. It’s still very relevant today.

The Problem With Google Adsense

I’ve been getting feedback from people about notices like this that they’re getting from Google in relation to their Adsense accounts:

Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to your site

Google are never specific in what is actually wrong with a site. They provide vague hints of things webmasters should look at and it’s left to the webmaster to figure out what rule they’ve broken. Google could be very helpful here in telling a webmaster what to do to get a site back in compliance with the Adsense Terms of Service, but they …

2012 saw two major updates to Google’s search engine known as the Panda and Penguin updates. These changed the landscape by introducing new criteria by which websites are ranked. It’s fair to say that while Google intended to scrub thin, spammy sites from its index and boost quality sites to the top of the rankings, the exact opposite happened.

There are plenty of stories about legitimate online businesses (not internet or affiliate marketers) who saw their sites (and earnings) tank overnight as a result of the Google updates (particularly Penguin). Despite the hue and cry that was raised at the time, Google remained uncharacteristically quiet in the aftermath. Perhaps they were too …

If you’re interested in making money online then at one stage or another you’ve joined an affiliate network or ten.

We tend to assume that that these institutions are above-board and act in a fair and reasonable fashion. But that’s not always the case.

Some are certainly above-board and honest in their dealings. Others, however, use umm…questionable…tactics in dealing with affiliates. Let’s look at some examples…

1. Clickbank

These guys are pretty honest as networks go. However, there are some “hidden” charges that you may no be aware of. We all know they take a percentage cut of any transaction (about 5%) that cuts into commissions. That’s expected. But they do impose …

It’s been about 6 weeks since I last posted about SENukeX. In that time I’ve been away on vacation and engaged in some other projects for myself and clients and haven’t had too much time to devote to SENukeX.

You may remember that I mentioned in my previous SENukeX post, that I thought the software was buggy, had been released too soon and lacked decent documentation.

So what’s changed in the intervening time?

First, several new upgrades have been released. It now stands at V1.0.49 (it was V1.0.28 when I wrote my last post about it).

Second, the only new training I can see that’s been made available is an SENukeX …