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My adsense aren't showing on site? 403 Forbidden?
Please help.
VistaXP




msg:1381182
 6:59 am on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

For some reason, my adsense does not show up with the server I'm in, I've tested in same host, but different server, and it worked fine! Some reason, my server is blocking google ads. On IE, it gives me a 403 - Forbidden message where my adsense should have been. Anyone experience this problem or can someone offer some help to fix this?

 

thegreatpretender




msg:1381183
 8:16 am on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

You better contact support from your hosting company.

redbayron2006




msg:1381184
 2:21 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

Also look if you have got a firewall on and it stops the ads from appearing.

VistaXP




msg:1381185
 4:29 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

I'm pretty sure it's not the firewall, I tried contacting host many times, problems is that the host is free and their support team is bad.

zawadi




msg:1381186
 8:13 pm on Jan 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

im having the same problem.
I cannot see any Goodle Ads on my sites or anyones site lol
only yahoo ads etc... not google. They say that my ads are showing up but not one click? all the page impressions with no clicks?
that is strange, i have no firewall on no norton that are blocking ads, norton is long gone.
I cannto fix it, i started to use Fire Fox broweser to see if it was my IE causeing it, and im still lost. I have heard all the stories of people getting their acct taken because of low performance on clicks? well i sent Google what they wanted and the screen shots will show them what i see. I wish i could see ads for the first time online lol.

AdSenseAdvisor




msg:1381187
 1:46 am on Jan 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

VistaXP - How long have you been an AdSense publisher? There are a few reasons this could be happening. If you are a new publisher and your application was previously disapproved, it might take up to 48 hours before our servers are informed of the change to your account status. In the meantime you might see an error message.

If this is not the case, I recommend emailing adsense-support@google.com with any specific URLs relating to this issue.

Wiley




msg:1381188
 2:25 am on Jan 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

You need to email Google and find out if your account is still vaild. Second you got to get off that freebie hosting. Adsense on a REAL server will pay you enough to at least cover the server cost. The old saying of Penny Wise Pound Foolish applies here. I would not jeapordize your adsense account for the sake of a FREE hosting acount.

Baffers




msg:1381189
 7:05 am on Jan 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

It might be that yoru host ahs set the google ads to 127.0.0.1 in their hosts file.

I have seen "Cheapie free webservices" do this as it limits their bandwidth usage. The often like to use massive proxy / cache servers and google ads do not cache well ;)

I would also get of the free host as soon as possible... if your site is making some google money use some of it to get to a new host ;)

thegreatpretender




msg:1381190
 7:19 am on Jan 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

Yeah, hosting is very cheap nowadays. For just $7 you can host unlimited domain with plenty of space and bandwith. Go get a paid hosting.

frox




msg:1381191
 7:47 am on Jan 25, 2006 (gmt 0)


It might be that yoru host ahs set the google ads to 127.0.0.1 in their hosts file.

I have seen "Cheapie free webservices" do this as it limits their bandwidth usage. The often like to use massive proxy / cache servers and google ads do not cache well ;)

Baffers, unless I am completely wrong this would do nothing to the display of Adsense ads.

The 127.0.0.1 trick works if you apply it to the client box, not to the server box, i.e. if the user that is seeing your pages makes this change to his hosts, HE won't see the ads, if the host does it, it won't impact the display of ads.

There are tricks that might achieve a similar result (for example, denying access to the Mediapartners bot) but that would cause untargetted ads or PSA, not 403s.

Baffers




msg:1381192
 8:19 am on Jan 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

uhmmm I am a windowzz person trying very hard to learn linux :)

I guess it is possible that it only works on the actual machine but i have seen at my work LAN that the files / URL i have in the proxies server's banned sites area give a "You do not have permission to view this site" standard reply.

My problem is that i do stuff and it works then i dont know how it worked :) I am new in unix based stuff so spend 90% RTFM and 10 % doing hehehe.

Point is.. i think that the problem is one of three things.

1.) your host is somehow blocking google ads.
2.) your account si disabled with google. (try to log in to google-adsense and youl know soon enough)
3. it might be possible that you have the wrong client number and someone elses account is disabled. it would suprise me though if youve been going for a few months and didnt notice that your funds arnt coming in...

So I think if you check those three things you might get an answer to your problems...

Greetings
baff

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