You might to want to cut and paste the code in an email to email@example.com.....I think that is right, check it out on Googles site before using that email. Maybe someone else has a better memory than I?
Msg#: 9944 posted 11:05 am on Oct 14, 2005 (gmt 0)
From Googles webmaster guide:
If you believe that another site is abusing Google's quality guidelines, please report that site at [google.com...] Google prefers developing scalable and automated solutions to problems, so we attempt to minimize hand-to-hand spam fighting. The spam reports we receive are used to create scalable algorithms that recognize and block future spam attempts.
I know a guy that's a premium publisher. His site still shows "ads by google".
I did not mean that no premium publisher has the text "Ads by Google", but some don't.
As Jenstar says, this isn't something that publishers can normally manipulate (at least not within the limits of my technical knowledge!), so I assumed it would have to be something else; "premium publisher" was the only thing that came to mind.
They may be a premium publisher, but not on the basis of this site. I doubt if they would have gotten permission since they seem to be doing it to blend the ads in (hide) more effectively. When premium publishers get permission to remove Ads by Google the ads still must be labeled as advertisements, right?