Removing Google Adsense Ads From Blog For Next 10 days

<p>I have been using Google Adsense on my blog from start of this January. The results from Google Adsense earnings are pretty modest not to say pathetic. In total for last 7 monts I have earned $64.53.</p><p>One of the things I have noticed lately CTR rates are down to pretty serious 0.50%. For the best months I have had CTR rate around 2%. And this makes me worried.</p><p>Well there is 2 explanations I can find here:</p><ul><li>Google Adsense serves bad not interesting ads on my blog</li><li>It's seasonal</li></ul><p>I believe it's combination of both of them.</p><p>One thing I messed up with my Adsense,<a href="; target="_blank"> I created a custom channels</a>, and set that I'm interested into hotel advertisers - and in result I got 99% ads related to hotels. Still - hotel related content on my blog is less than 2%, so this could mess up my Ads.</p><p><strong>How I got the feeling that hotel ads might the problem?&nbsp;</strong></p><p>I was using proxy services to check what ads are displayed on my sites, and that confirmed my concerns of too many hotel ads.</p><p><strong>Tip</strong></p><p><em>If you run a hotel niche related site and use Google Adsense to monetize your site - you might find it very attractive to have defined custom channels with hotel related advertisers.</em></p><p>So starting today, till end of the August I'm removing Google Adsense from my blog completely.</p><p><strong>What I could get from this?</strong></p><p>First I hope since I'm removing Custom Channels targeted for hotels, hotel ads will disappear at all. By doing simple Google Adsense removal I hope after enabling them back Google will re-crawl my site and display both contextual and interest based ads (I have a <a href="">privacy policy</a> page where you can learn more about ads served on my blog)</p><p>If you will take a look at my last month income report, you will find I'm using not only Google Adsense to monetize my blog, I have opted in for Affiliate marketing as well, so I will continue to earn (at least I hope so) with affiliate marketing as well.</p><p>Actually I'm glad I have affiliate on board, I'm more flexible and have more space for maneuvrs - and best of it - I'm not putting all eggs in one basket. Although if you are a <a href="">Warren Buffett's</a> fan (I'm) you could &nbsp;find his reverse approach by putting all eggs in one basket. That's life!! It's complicated, you never know. You can only predict.&nbsp;</p><p>I can reveal that my earnings for this now in this month from Google Adsense stays as low as $5.29.</p><p>Time will show and my <a href="">onlince income report</a> for September will reveal did actions taken today has helped me to increase revenue from Google Adsense or not.</p><p>I still have my affiliate programs on board, and the fact is - in this month there gonna be a big jump in overall income. I will reveal all details in my August income report at start of the September.</p><p>Now, what's is your thoughts - could removing Google Adsense from site completely for 10 days could mean better CTR and more clicks after?</p><p>Leave me your comment bellow!</p>