jbayabas - 11:53 am on Aug 10, 2013 (gmt 0)
Here's where it gets more confusing. If I Google "bikini girls" the results on the first page contain photos that would seem to violate Google's policies (close-ups of body parts with no faces, suggestive poses, women wearing pasties, etc). Yet some of these sites are very clearly serving Google ads. Are they getting a pass simply because no one has complained yet, or because of the ad revenue they generate?
Yup, no one has complained yet. Mind you, Adsense ads for bikinis, lingeries, underwear, and personals are even more suggestive. Such hypocrisy and double standard.
Sadly, there's no alternative ad network that comes even close to Google's earnings. You really have no other choice but to clean up your site to pass Google's antiquated grandma conservative rules. That is if your goal is making money. If not, you can get rid of Adsense and stick with low paying alternative ad networks.