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Need To Advertise Company But Don't Want Problems With Adsense

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Msg#: 4548297 posted 4:17 am on Feb 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

Heres my problem. I need to advertise my Company but I dont want to get banned by adsense because of junk traffic. Im thinking of using backpage because its cheap and I think it might work to spread the word on my services, but I know that adsense don't like that type of traffic.

Do you guys think that it would be ok if I used my Google Plus page for the landing page. This way it would filter out people not interested in my services because what I do is all explained on that landing page. Plus the landing page from there has no adsense ads on it.

Option two is to just leave the name of my company on the ad and let them search for it if they are interested.

Im providing a real service to and not just made for adsense.

Any advice?



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Msg#: 4548297 posted 5:31 am on Feb 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

You can "mark" those visitors via a cookie and hide ads during their visits. I do it for Stumbleupon visitors.


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Msg#: 4548297 posted 6:43 am on Feb 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

Levo, I wouldn't even know how to code that. Any suggestions?
I'm running html. Is there a special meta tag I put in? Sorry I only know so much about coding.



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Msg#: 4548297 posted 1:16 pm on Feb 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

If you just send them to a landing page on your site without ads you're probably okay.

I would never PAY to send traffic anywhere but my own site.

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