This article is the part of our “Increasing Adsense Revenue Series “guide
What is MFA SITES?
MFA its stands for Made For Adsense ,the name its implies the MFA websites are designed to monetize their income through Google Adsense program. MFA sites are solely designed for monetizing through Adsense program so most of time they doesn’t contain quality information or having poor or duplicate content.
How MFA sits got working?
The sole objective of the MFA sites to increase their revenue by receiving clicks from viewers .By considering this ,MFA sites are designed to focus their site architecture and navigation with Adsense Ads.
But How MFA websites promote their sites
- First they design the site architecture and navigation closely related with Adsense Ads
- Signup with Google Adwords account (Advertiser module of Google) and biding for the low values
- When it got worked the MFA sites got served with Adsense publishers sites
- When the viewers of publisher websites got clicked the Adsense Ads they will navigated to the MFA sites which was designed solely for attracting Adsense income
How MFA sites affects your Ad revenue
When MFA sites are promoting their websites through publisher websites, they will low pay low price tag for publishers for serving their Ads and they take the large portion amount when the user got clicked with their websites (MFA websites)
Commonly MFA sites offers 1 to 3 cents for publishers and they will take large portion like $1 or above .so by providing the low cost for your visitor clicks ,MFA website advertisers will sucks your Cost Per Click(CPC) .
Finding MFA sites that targeting your blog
You can find the MFA websites that related your website using the below two ways
Identifying MFA sites using AdsBlackList
Identifying MFA sites using Google Adsense preview tool
Block MFA websites Using AdsBlackList
Adsblacklist is a third part service website that provides the list of MFA websites related to your website
Generating MFA sites lists with Adsblacklist
Just head over to http://www.adsblacklist.com and register your membership
Login to your member panel and fill your website details in the Demo column. To get the list of MFA websites related to your website you have to provide the following information
- Your website or blog URL
- Your Target keywords
- Choose Block level category (Block low cost per click or block MFA websites) you can select the both the options to filter your results
After fill the details just click the “ Get Black List “ button for generating list of MFA websites related to your website
AdsBlackList is an paid service, to better utilize the service you have to go upgrade your membership
AdsBlacklist is an third party service website, so the relevancy of the results cannot be assured completely
If you want better accuracy on getting list of MFA websites that related your website, you may use Google Adsense preview tool for better results. Refer “Getting MFA websites list using Google Adsense preview Tool” article for more information
Factors give conclusion about suspicious MFA sites
- Hosted on free servers and blog platforms
- Websites using numerals, hyphens and inappropriate words in their domain names
- Linking with other suspicious MFA sites
- No quality or duplicate content
- Multiple Adsense Ads appearance at the same page or posts
- Landing page doesn’t have enough page rank or no page rank
Blocking MFA sites being listed with your blog Ads Using Adsense Competitive Filter
Google Adsense provides” competitive Ad filter “ tool to block the particular websites being served with your blog , you can use this tool to block the suspicious MFA websites being served with your blog
You can follow the below steps for doing this
Just generate the list of MFA websites which is going to be blocked
- Just login to your Adsense account
- After login you can find the “Competitive Ad Filter “option under the “ Adsense Setup” menu
Just update your list in the text area and click “Save Changes”
That’s all . The update you have made with competitive Ad filter will be reflected with in 24 hours of time after submission.