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I just put another message in the general forum for other kind of advice [webmasterworld.com...] you can drop some tips there also if you have any ;-) and I'll thank you a lot for that.
To make this short in case you don't want to read my other post here is what could happen to my site:
There is a big chance that my hobbie web site will get mentioned in an internet article for a radio station and the chance of a live interview broadcasting is very good also.
If this comes true, I'll be getting a very good (out of the pattern) amount of traffic on that day and a big chance of many nice/clean and unique clicks :-).
But of course, my concern is about how GG will look at this unexpected jump of impressions/clicks (I'm very possitive), and instead of a reward I could end up in the warning list or even worst .. be cancelled!
I'm planning to write AS support team in advance just to give them the heads up, but I'd like your opinion and advice too about what to do and what not to do.
Thanks a lot,
Huge traffic spikes are actually quite common on the Internet. I'd be surprised if they had time to investigate every spike that AdSense publishers experience.
joined:Oct 27, 2001
Take note and learn from their use of your site as to what is most popular and usefully. Hopefully you'll be able to adapt and build upon those areas.
No harm in emailing them, but don't panic..
joined:May 25, 2005
Google has access to your referrers?
Says who? How do they see my referrers?
hahahahaha..... you are probably joking, aren't you?
Of course they see all your referers, their IP #s, computer configurations, even history of your browsing, etc. Even if you change your proxy, they will see your real IP... and here we go again, *lol*
joined:Oct 27, 2001
I wouldn't worry about anything being invalidated, but with the possibility of a manual review, I would just double-check and make sure that nothing, on any of your sites displaying AdSense, contravenes the AdSense TOS.