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January 2013 - The end of our Google Ads experiment.

The Global Ability Initiative is a venture dedicated to the development of gratis, open source software for the disabled, the sick and the needy - We aim to provide assistive software to a wide variety of people, suffering for example from Aphasia, MS, ALS, Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities as well as pushing initiatives in the field of ECG monitoring.

In an attempt to bring in revenue to the venture we have been running Google Ads as a trial to see if any benefit comes from it, but even with thousands upon thousands of visitors the benefit from running these ads have been basically zero.

But what finally tipped the balance and brought the experiment to an end, were the ads about taking out patents etc. on an our Open Source site… Come on Google!!! You should be able to do better….

So a decision has been made to remove Google ads completely from the site.

no_more_google_ads_20130128.txt · Last modified: 2013/01/28 10:36 by einarpetersen
 
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