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Made for Adsense sites

Made for Adsense websites or MFA are a by product of the popular Google's Adsense program which pays publishers everytime a visitor to a website clicks on an ad displayed on the website.

This has spawned a huge generation of scrapper sites - sites which have no original content and the purpose of which is to only drive traffic to the site so that the visitors will inadvertenly click on the ads in turn generating revenue for the website owners.

The problem however is that these sites are diluting the search results by providing users with inaccurate results while surfing. In a sense they are the equivalent of spam but of a different kind.


Well the guys at AdsBlackList.com have compiled a list of such MFA websites. Check it out.


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2 Responses to “Made for Adsense sites”

  1. # Anonymous don

    Good alternative for Adsense is PeakClick. Want some reasons to join, here are just a few: Sign up is free, Extremely easy to set up and implement, Real time statistics, One of the highest pay out rates in the industry (70%), One of the top affiliate programs (earn commissions on 3 separate sales levels), Get paid every 15 days, High quality customer service and technical support.  

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