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Disabled account. Issue fixed. Can i have adsense at the same blogs?
Can i have adsense at the same blogs again from another account?
dzhingarov



 
Msg#: 4560936 posted 12:36 pm on Apr 3, 2013 (gmt 0)

Hello,
My adsense account was disabled because I had inserted two 300x600 adsense codes in one page. I sent appeal form and expalin that. They answer me that my form is rejected. But my blogs aer fine and i want to insert adsense again correct.

Can somebody tell me if I register new account with the same post address, with my name, same IP and then can i place the ad codes correct in the same websites? I mean this way everything is the same but I am placing the codes correct. Do you thing this will work?

Also can I use adsense at all for these websites in future?

Another option if i register google account with different owner name, post address, IP and place the codes at the same websites again? Do you think that will help or my websites are at somekind of blacklist?

If you need to check the blogs here they are:

Sorry, no personal links - please read the
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[edited by: tedster at 12:57 pm (utc) on Apr 3, 2013]

 

netmeg

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Msg#: 4560936 posted 12:38 pm on Apr 3, 2013 (gmt 0)

They will probably reject your new application. Also, it's against OUR rules to post links to one's site.

dzhingarov



 
Msg#: 4560936 posted 1:08 pm on Apr 3, 2013 (gmt 0)

Hello netmet,

I am sorry for the links. I just placed them if that will help.

Do you think my best option is to create another adsense account with different name, IP, post address and to create new blogs where to place my adsense code?

Lame_Wolf

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Msg#: 4560936 posted 2:47 pm on Apr 3, 2013 (gmt 0)

Hello netmet,

ouch.

I am sorry for the links. I just placed them if that will help.
You should have read the TOS when you signed up. Same goes for Adsense and any other place where they have one.

Do you think my best option is to create another adsense account with different name, IP, post address and to create new blogs where to place my adsense code?
Do you know why your account was disabled?
It is risky to open another one. Once they find out it is you, they'll ban you again.

netmeg

WebmasterWorld Senior Member netmeg us a WebmasterWorld Top Contributor of All Time 5+ Year Member Top Contributors Of The Month



 
Msg#: 4560936 posted 3:02 pm on Apr 3, 2013 (gmt 0)

Do you think my best option is to create another adsense account with different name, IP, post address and to create new blogs where to place my adsense code?


Well no. First of all, I did look at a couple of your sites before the links were removed, and you don't have any unique content on them (which is one of their requirements) It's all stuff that can be found a thousand times on a million other sites. Second of all, Google is pretty smart about figuring out stuff like this (LOTS of people try to scam Google, and some are very sophisticated) and they have all kinds of systems in place to catch this. So even if you changed all that, if you log in from the same IP or the same part of the world, or there are any other similarities, odds are, Google will figure it out.

Unfortunately, once you're out you're out. On the scale they operate, they aren't interested in second chances.

(and it's netmeg)

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