The primary purpose of this website is to help spread-out useful information that will help people to pursue their entrepreneurship dreams with a modest or limited capital. Most of the site’s content show “how to” in all aspects of starting a business. This site already helped a lot of people since its creation in 2006 based from numerous positive comments and feedbacks it received daily.
The fuel of this website that keeps it going all this years is Google Adsense. Now the account was disabled. Our only gripe is that not even a small explanation as to what policy was violated, just a vague 3 short sentence email notification from Google that simply says “According to our records, your account was disabled due to violations of our program policies…“)
We’ve searched around looking for answers, but what we found are the same questions from people who received the same notification. we have no clue as to why the account was disabled since as far as we know, we strictly follow the program policies, we will not last this long with the Adsense program if we didn’t.
We still thank Adsense though for the wonderful years of income stream that keeps this website online for the past 6 years. The income generated also help other people as well. You see, this website had child sponsors in World Vision and UNICEF. This website also contributed regularly to victims of calamities like typhoons & earthquakes. Yes, Adsense is a big part of this.
It’s a huge loss since 80% of income comes from Adsense. But now that it’s gone (I hope it’s temporary), we might have a little interruption for the above charities. But rest assured that we will find other forms and means so that this site will still keep going and still be able to make charitable acts.
We are still waiting for Adsense’s response for our appeal, hoping against hope that the site’s account will still be reinstated (though quite slim according to experts). For most people who rely solely on Adsense, it’s a death sentence, but for us, well, we never loose hope!
For the meantime, let’s move on.