|Will YPN go worldwide?|
| 11:54 am on Feb 10, 2006 (gmt 0)|
My Adsense account has been suspended for invalid clicks (not my fault, but then, who will believe me? :)). I was looking at making about $400 per month, but they suspended me right before my first check would be sent out.
I'm in Belgium, so I can't use YPN. Will they ever accept sites outside the US? And when? Is that a restriction of the beta program only, or not?
I have now signed up for adbrite, which seems to be fine for my English websites, but not for my Dutch website because all the network ads are in English. So I really need something like adsense. My site is too small (1,273 unique visitors per day, 8,078 pageviews) and too alternative for local ad-companies. Any advice?
| 1:51 pm on Feb 11, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Wait for YPN beta to be over. There is some speculation/hunts that they may go worldwide. They restrict publishers to U.S. only right now, basically.
You may want to get a partner in the U.S. and try Adsense or YPN. You give them a small cut of your revenue in order for them to display on your site. Have them check the TOS of both before you actually do it, but I think it is legal. And then, just make sure you trust the person or have a legally binding contract etc.
| 7:46 pm on Feb 11, 2006 (gmt 0)|
If you put someone else's adsense code on a banned domain I believe that their account will be banned also. Either way I wouldn't do it, if you want to show adsense you'll have to try and get google to reverse their decision to ban you, which may or may not be possible depending on the nature of the ban.