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9:39 am on Sep 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Is it Ok to use your adsense ads code from your primary site and put it in your other site? This can be done by using frames linked to the primary site, but I don't know if it violates anything. I seem to have read in this forum that it's ok to have many sites for your adsense.

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9:41 am on Sep 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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You don't need to use frames. Just place the AdSense code on your other site. It is most definitely allowed.
9:42 am on Sep 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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do i need to tell google? this means i can just put it in all my sites..
9:48 am on Sep 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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You can use the code on up to 200 sites
9:51 am on Sep 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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You do not need to tell Google. This has been widely discussed as one of the potential downfalls of AdSense - the fact that Google manually reviews the site you apply to the program with but allows you to add additional sites at will after your account is opened.
9:59 am on Sep 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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thank you.. one problem i see from what i read is that if one site gets banned, al of them are.

My partner is concerned with this so will set up accounts named to other people.

10:53 am on Sep 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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will set up accounts named to other people

This is not recommended, if you have two different PC with different browsers, operating systems and IP numbers in two locations all it takes is for you to check site 1 on site 2 PC, the adsense ads are requested from the google server and you have left a trail of your IP number in the google log file which can be traced. This is just one example there are others

Don't do it, it's just not worth it.

10:55 am on Sep 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Unless you have a legitimate business purpose, in which case it's fine.
9:14 am on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Hi Soned,

As you said -
"thank you.. one problem i see from what i read is that if one site gets banned, al of them are. "

"As far as I know" if your site is banned , your rest of the sites will not be banned"

But this need to be confirmed that if your account is disabled because you did some "mischief" on one of your sites under the same account, can you signup for another account and run adsense on rest of the sites "except" that site?

Experts can help here ....

10:45 am on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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If one of your sites is banned, then your adsense account is closed by Google.

However, you could (in theory) signup again under a spouses name and rerun adsense on all sites except the one that caused you to be banned.

11:01 am on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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As far as I know if your site is banned your rest of the sites will not be banned

I would not bet any money on that comment

signup for another account and run adsense on rest of the sites "except" that site?

You could try this approach under another name but google already what sites you had with the banned login so it's only a matter of time before all your sites get banned.

With a new adsense login you have to have a site checked out anyway, all you are trying to do is pull the wool over google's eyes.

12:06 pm on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Pull the wool over Google's eyes - one would never do that sir.

However my concerns as we have discussed in person NCX is the eggs in one basket situation, and the fact that i have gone to such a level too make sure that they are not, that bringing together websites that are in the same business space via one adsense account - though having different agenda's and content, basically contributing to say G's black book of Sites associated by ownership.

Paranoia yes - though been around the block to know that things like this do happen, have happened, and probably will happen in some cases, for let's say infridgement upon G's TOS of listed site's, just for example. Personally i don't build site's that would ever infringe upon G in this manner - however even the more honest spammers - can still get caught up in a good old fashion SE KULL.

Hence from my experiments with Adsense - which are good news all round, its small scale and niche - i would like to expand this across larger sites, with broader niche subject matters, obviously working on the assumption of more pennies for me! So its a crux or telling G that i am the owner as the recipient of the cheque or finding another means!

2:18 pm on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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"As far as I know" if your site is banned , your rest of the sites will not be banned"

It most certainly will. In fact anyone at the address who shares the same surname will also have their account disabled. In fact G will be quite open about the reason and state that your account is disabled because it is linked to another. My brothers account was disabled at the same time as mine. Mines for invalid clicks(G's wording), his because he was "associated" with me.
Site topics TOTALLY different, completely different stats, click throughs, earnings etc. His crime - being my brother.

3:24 pm on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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his crime - being my brother

Err... that's illegal, anyway you look at it. Must have been some other reason (unless you're part of the Bin Ladens ;))

4:52 pm on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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No they actually say that. Honestly!. It is something like "associated persons" or something along those lines.

Not Bin Laden, more Tony Soprano :)

5:04 pm on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Probably because they used the same computer to log into their different accounts. With the same IP address, Google was able to associate that the two accounts are related.
6:51 pm on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Google was able to associate that the two accounts are related
Think the same surname and address was a bit of a giveaway as well :)

I had heard about the "sins of the father" but thank goodness G only own the internet and not the legal system or we would all be "banged up" for something. Breathing the same air or something nefarious like that.

10:14 pm on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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You can use the code on up to 200 sites

Just wanted to pop in and clarify that while you can filter up to 200 sites in your account, you are actually allowed to place the AdSense code on as many sites as you wish (provided they comply with AdSense policy, of course :)).

ASA

10:21 pm on Sep 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Thank you AdSenseAdvisor for clearing that one up
6:30 am on Sep 22, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I have share a website with my partner, so the revenue is split 50-50, but I have another site that is all mine.. That's why sometimes, we can't help but have more than one account.
7:01 pm on Sep 22, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Wow, has there been some misinformation in this thread!

You can ad AdSense to any site you like once your original site is accepted, correct, but each site you put code on is manually reviewed by the AdSense team.

Also, it is in no way 'illegal' for Google to cancel an account if the Surname+Address are the same. That's why they have a TOS policy, they can deactivate you because you're Canadian if they want. They can close your account because you're a Mormon. They can say "Sorry, we think you're a bad person" and refuse to pay you any money accumulated in your account. This is why many people feel they are on thin ice when dealing with Google.

 

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