For years Speisa has been able to pay for the server thanks to Google ads, but about a month ago I received an email from Google:
This email is to alert you that your AdSense account was found to be non-compliant with our AdSense program policies and as a result, your AdSense account has been disabled.
Current account status: Disabled
Action required: None
Google does not allow the monetization of content that may be sensitive, tragic, or hurtful. While we believe strongly in the freedom of expression and offer broad access to content across the Web without censoring search results, we reserve the right to exercise discretion when reviewing sites and determining whether or not we are able to provide a positive user experience delivering contextually targeted ads to a site with this type of content.”
So Google only wants positive content, in other words, positive fake news and not the negative stuff, as in the truth.
At the same time Facebook put posting restrictions on the fb page, effectively preventing anything to be posted, which actually was a bit of an overkill since they also banned the admins.
A lot of alternative news sites have been treated this way recently, both by Google and Facebook (ordered by the EU maniacs), but most sites are on a shared server which is rather cheap. The problem comes when the hosting company demands a switch to a dedicated server due to too much traffic as it is sucking all the bandwidth on a shared server, affecting the other sites on it. The switch to a dedicated server, which is much more expensive, was made a couple of years ago and so far the Google ads have paid for it.
As a supplement to Google, Speisa also uses ads from MGID, which I cannot praise enough due to their personal and top notch support, but it does not generate the same amount of money as Google ads (nothing does). This means that for Speisa to be able to pay for the server and continue posting the not so positive truth, which often can be “sensitive, tragic, or hurtful,” we pretty much have to rely on donations - or close down. So if you are able to and want Speisa to continue, please help us out with a donation.
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