Discontinuing Google Advertisements

Greetings Bloggers,

Effective today, July 20 2013, the ChristianBlog.Com will no long be presenting Google based advertisements within our website.

New laws that have come into effect have caused us to re-evaluate using advertisements as a means of financially off-setting some of our monthly expenses.

Sadly, this change will result in the ChristianBlog.Com ministry loosing one of our most important means of cash flow. It will take us about a dozen new monthly subscribers to make up for the difference in lost cash flow, taking us further into the negative status of our monthly budgets.

We would invite all of our bloggers that are not yet full paying bloggers to become a supporting blogger to help us continue on the ChristianBlog.Com ministry.

Like every ministry, ChristianBlog.Com requires a constant monthly cash flow in order to continue. We do not, and never have, made a profit, so any donations that we can receive will go a great way to helping the owner of the CB ministry.

Our plan at this point is to return to having a few amazon.com advertisements for Christian books, music and so-forth; and that will likely be the only third-party advertisements that we will utilize for the foreseeable future.

We want to thank everybody that has helped to support the ChristianBlog.Com ministry over the last year or so that we have been using Google Advertisements. We hope that in some way we can make up the differences in this lost monthly revenue. As one of the members of the ChristianBlog.Com Advisory Group had to say when this was presented to them a week ago, "God is big enough to replace the lost revenue and He will." We are standing by this word of wisdom and truth!

Thank you,
ChristianBlog.Com

Barbra Lambert @enje25 ·

[quote]Our plan at this point is to return to having a few amazon.com advertisements for Christian books, music and so-forth; and that will likely be the only third-party advertisements that we will utilize for the foreseeable future.[/quote]

I applaud this plan. It shows a real commitment to trusting the Lord. *And I especially like what this member of the ChristianBlog.Com Advisory Group had to say about the plan:

[quote]"God is big enough to replace the lost revenue and He will." We are standing by this word of wisdom and truth![/quote]

Thank you, ChristianBlog!