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What should we take serious after re-connecting adsense.

     

georaza

11:49 am on Jun 16, 2005 (gmt 0)

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I just banned from adsense. I dont know the reason why. Now I took decesion that my wife will register with adsense and work herself as she was already doing at backend of my sites.

Can anybody tell me what should we do and what not to get working successfully this time.

for example I will not run new account ads on the account I just banned.

I will clean my cookies and than login into new account.

The address I mentioned for my wife is different than mine.

etc etc.

diamondgrl

3:39 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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What you should do is read the Google rules and abide by them. You should create quality sites that are intended for real human beings, not made-for-Adsense as your previous sites were. You should not urge users to click links on your Adsense pages, as you did. And you should not click on any of the ads or encourage any others to do so.

It's that simple.

incrediBILL

3:59 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Why did Google cancel your last account?

If you are innocent they may reinstate you.

If you don't know why, why risk a new one?

diamondgrl

4:07 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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It's not hard to imagine why they banned the sites.

What we have here is someone from a third-world country intensely focused on high-paying keywords creating made-for-Adsense sites that also promote all kinds of free traffic schemes and urge users to click on other ads. Sounds like a recipe for Adsense disaster.

sailorjwd

4:11 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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If someone in your family is giving baby advice on the internet... I notice TOS infractions on that site too.

joeking

4:31 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Ask Google why you were banned. How does anyone on here know why?

Then look at all the other "I've been banned but don't know why posts" for help. It gets a bit boring repeating the same stuff every time when it is very easy to find previous posts to learn from.

Then think about building websites for REAL PEOPLE not to cash in on Adsense with lists of high paying keywords.

The great thing about real people is they visit your site and click on ads without being told to or without being related to you.

andye

4:35 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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What we have here is someone from a third-world country

... not a Google TOS violation in itself, or a guarantee of malpractise ...

ownerrim

4:45 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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... not a Google TOS violation in itself, or a guarantee of malpractise ...

Maybe not. And it would certainly not be fair to paint everyone from a third world country with such a broad brush...but if you'll notice from all the "I got banned" threads, there seem to be a lot of third worlders there. Lots of content theft, spam, and "made for adsense" sites are emanating from certain regions, though, in all fairness, from western countries too.

cornwall

5:36 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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for example I will not run new account ads on the account I just banned.

I will clean my cookies and than login into new account.

I do not wish to be overly pessimistic, or question your technical abilty in understanding how it all works, but its not quite that simple. ;)

joeking

6:06 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Remember the home of spam is that Third World country we call Florida!

But I have to agree that most of these posts "apparently" eminate from Third World posters. Probably the same person in most cases posting under various names, knowing full well it is a classic ruse to get forum members up in arms. It's getting kinda boring.

jomaxx

7:04 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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This is not aimed so much at georaza, who was banned and IMO should stay banned indefinitely, as it is at others wondering how to get started...

Spend a lot of time here reading past threads and figuring out how to build a website that offers genuine value.

Don't obsess over high-paying ads or getting people to click; just show AdSense ads in full compliance with all the terms.

Do not ever use your website as a cash machine. The #1 reason people get banned is that they don't think about where the money comes from, it just magically appears in their account. When you click your own ads, or encourage others to, or use underhanded means to get high-paying ads on your site, you're not ripping off a multibillion-dollar company; you're ripping off small businesspeople all over the world who are customers of that company and whom that company goes to great lengths to keep happy.

worldwid

7:19 pm on Jul 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Jomaxx - I believe you made some excellent points. Everyone comaplins about "scraper" and "websites made just for adsense", meanwhile in my mind, those websites are actually most likely bringing quality traffic to the websites who's ads are on it. I would rather see the scraper sites stay around longer then these websites who are literally stealing money from advertisers. Go to google and search for "Please click on my ads".

Im not supporting scraper sites, as they should be the next thing to go, but I think google should atleast put their primary concern on people stealing from advertisers through Click Fraud, scraper sites are atleast more then likely delivering some quality traffic instead of people clicking on the ads for an easy buck.

 

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