Google made abundant modifications to its advertising policies associated to arbitrage. The network is setting its eyes on the "behaviors" that are frequently connected with illicit arbitrage sites - those designed with the solitary reason of showing ads, featured scraped and "gibberish" content, "pre-generated" websites, offer misleading navigation, have impossible to tell apart ads or are misleading, malevolent or frustrating. Possibly the most fascinating update connected to arbitrage is linked with interstitial ads - the unexpected pages that come into view when users navigate from one page to the next.
Google arbitrage involves disbursing small figures to put paid search ads, then sending viewers to a different page. Each instance a visitor clicks an ad on that page; the site owner makes minute earnings. On the other hand, Google prohibits arbitrage sites built exclusively to show ads. It may even interdict accounts that it believes to be doing arbitrage ad trading. Google arbitrage is based on comprehending two essential characteristic of Google's services which is AdWords and AdSense. AdWords let consumers to bid on keywords that searchers put into Google. The granted bidder's short text ads then come into view on the results page when the phrase is looked for. Each time an person clicks an ad, you shell out a particular the reason it’s called pay-per-click. The thought with arbitrage is to choose a useful term that doesn't cost a lot per click.
Google's AdWords site gives details on its policy on arbitrage. While Google doesn't clearly utter that arbitrage is barred, it does indicate that many of the qualities of arbitrage sites could result in problems. For instance, Google says that websites with a chief purpose of getting users to click on ads for other sites are prohibited under its policy. This describes many basic forms of the arbitrage website. Break the rules, and you may find your account suspended.
Google has added precise instances of the types of marketer behavior characteristically connected with arbitrage. These comprise:
· Websites designed for the sole or primary purpose of showing ads
· Websites with interstitial ads (unexpected pages that come into view when navigating from one page to the next)
· Websites with scraped content from other sites
· Websites with gibberish content that makes no sense or seems auto-generated
· Templated or pre-generated websites that provide duplicate content to users
· Websites with deceptive navigation, where users can’t find an advertised product or service
· Websites with indistinguishable ads, where you can’t tell ads from the rest of that site’s content
· Websites that are malicious or frustrating, where any click on the site results in clicking an ad
· Ads that are targeted with keywords unrelated to the topic and/or business model of the website
· Ad text that is unrelated to the topic or business model of the website