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Back to Adsense after 6-7 months after getting Banned

How do I make sure that I dont get banned again?

     

desi_curry

2:41 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hello Friends,

Few months I got banned from Adsense. I had no perfect clue why it happened, and google never cared to reply back the perfect reason. This incident was so frustrating that I just gave up all my plans for going lot more with new sites. It was really a big big pain as all the hard work was gone.

I tried other advertisers, affiliate programs and other stuff but there is nothing like adsense.

Any ways all this was 6-7 months back.

As I am SEO by profession, keeping away from AdSense for long time is quite tough.

Recently I bought an old website which has a decent traffic. With the current AdSense stats my breakeven will be 1 year. But I am planning for few other websites too which are but less popular and regional.

Now as I am investing my time, money and infect diverting my current career phase in the AdSense, I would like to see that I donít get back banned again.

Now as I am purchasing few more sites I am thinking to register those websites into different names. Like my wife, sister and friends. I understand that it will be a pain to handle more then one account, but the only reason to do that is that I donít want to keep all my eggs in to one basket.

I think itís very easy for someone to mess your account, it happened once, and I would really get broken if again.

Friends can any one guide me how to make sure that Google doesnít ban me unless I am doing some thing wrong.

Can I get my old website back into AdSense after some time frame?
Thanks

Zygoot

2:58 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Friends can any one guide me how to make sure that Google doesnít ban me unless I am doing some thing wrong.

1) Never click your own ads.
2) Never ask someone to click your ads.
3) Don't put messages on your site like: "Support this site by clicking on the ads!"
4) Read the AdSense TOS and make sure your sites don't violate any of the terms.

charlesgan

3:05 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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i like to know, are viewing own pages with adsense violate the TOC.?

u c. everyting i add in new web pages. i really work from scratch to a completed site. probably need me to push the creates(partly completed) page to web folder, and get IE to preview/refresh it.

is this violate the eCPM thing?

i dont have a IIS in my local computer. so impossible for me to run it. furthermore the mysql is in web hosting server. i cant test it locally.

any advice?

Freedom

3:07 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Don't tell any of your family or friends your website address and that you make money from Google.

They will either try to "help" you - by clicking on your ads. Or they will be jealous of the money you make and want to prevent you from doing well, so they will keep clicking on your ads until you get booted again.

OptiRex

3:11 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)



charlesgan

Install an Opera or Firefox browser and disable javascript.

david_uk

3:12 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Charlesgan, viewing your own pages is fine - even cpm pages provided it's not thousands of views. Clicking on your own ads tends to nark big G off a tad though.

jomaxx

3:19 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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desi_curry, having more than one account is in itself grounds for being banned. Is this really the first thing you plan on doing when you get back in? Running a game on Google by applying for accounts in a bunch of different names?

swa66

3:21 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Read the Adsense ToS, make sure you read the part about being allowed the grand total of one account.

creativepart

3:59 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I would guess, and its just a guess that if you were running an SEO website with Adsense before you got banned, that that had a great deal to do with getting banned.

You can't put Adsense on pages about earning money from Adsense and with a SEO website it seems like that would be a hard line to follow.

But I'm just guessing.

surfer67

4:03 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I'm curious how you got back in? Is your new account under a different name and or address?

jema

4:34 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I love it, I don't know why I was banned, but i'm starting again with a total violation of the terms and conditions! it doesn't exactly fill you with confidence in the integrity of the poster.

moTi

5:31 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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even if goog had no secure reason to ban you the first time (which i very much doubt), they were absolutely right, since you are obviously not shy about a repeated offence (multiple subscription against tos). not the kind of partner someone wants to do business with..

tke71709

5:32 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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"You can't put Adsense on pages about earning money from Adsense"

Where did you hear this from?

photo200

5:42 pm on May 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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bla-bla-bla

Just do it if you are confident enough.
So many kids (or stupid grownups) with trash sites using adsense and if your sites are better - just better for everyone (including Big G).

Raxy

6:00 pm on May 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I was also banned from adsense with the reason of "invalid clicks" even though I did never click on anything nor I've ever asked anybody to click on any of my ads.

As I understand if I apply for adsense again with a new site I will be refused approval.. Is this true?

hunderdown

6:40 pm on May 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Yes, Raxy, you will either be refused or approved initially and then banned again when they link your new application to your old account.

By the way, "invalid clicks" is used by Google to mean many things other than the two that you cited, so just because you were clean in those areas doesn't mean there weren't any "invalid clicks."

Raxy

12:44 am on May 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Strange though, I have not done anything against adsense conditions.. I have read them very carefully...
I think they've just banned me because one week ago I had 192 clicks all of a sudden :( I have no idea who made it.. probably competitors :(.. I wrote about that to google, but no reply so far :(
I guess I will never be allowed to google again .. this is pitty.. I guess I have to opt in for Yahoo ;)

Garry4Ads

5:33 pm on May 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hello,

I have 2 sites running with AdSense. But both were in different acoounts. Now, I have couple of questions:

1. Can I merge both the accounts?
2. If I purchase some other site who is running AdSense, How do I manage to get attached to my account?

Thanks in advance for your info.

toldan

8:44 pm on May 17, 2006 (gmt 0)



Well, you were banned, and you say it was for no reason.

Well, by registering your account in the name of your sister/friends/relatives, you will be breaking Google rules again.

This tells me that Google banned you due to legitimate reasons.

Well - instead of breaking rules again, contact Google and appeal; maybe they let you back again. But don't break rules by registering yourself for Adsense again with your sister's name.

toldan

8:46 pm on May 17, 2006 (gmt 0)



Strange though, I have not done anything against adsense conditions.. I have read them very carefully...
I think they've just banned me because one week ago I had 192 clicks all of a sudden :( I have no idea who made it.. probably competitors :(.. I wrote about that to google, but no reply so far :(
I guess I will never be allowed to google again .. this is pitty.. I guess I have to opt in for Yahoo ;)

192 clicks per week is not a big deal. I assume your traffic levels were really slow. Contact Google, write them a nice letter and ask them to re-consider. I do believe that many innocent publishers get banned from Adsense on a daily basis (but there are also people who deserve to be banned).

 

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