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With this knowledge you then clicked your own ads.
Ignorance is not an excuse.
By the way, if you did not know that clicking your own ads is an offense (Adsense-wise) I might suggest you read the TOS very carefully. Clicking your own ads is so much a basic not-to-do thing that there might be loads of other prohibited actions you do not know about. For example, it is strictly forbidden to ask people to click on your ads.
And if you do not know how to interpret the TOS, just think: what if I were an advertiser, wouldn't I feel ripped off if I must pay for fake clicks or accidental clicks? And put all your questions here on the forum. Sometimes you will not like the answers, but 99% of the folks here give you honest and solid advice.
AdSenseAdvisor said (message #6):
I wouldn't advise excessive reloads of your pages, but pubs should be able to view their own sites without worry. Hopefully that will put most of you at ease :)
Good stuff, me telling the poster he should not click his own ads and me telling at the same time I visit my own pages (and thus raising the bill for advertisers;-p).
Point taken. That's the fun of this forum, participating and learning on the fly. I visit about 10 of my own pages every day. Just to see how they look in different browsers and stuff. I guess that's OK with G...
I just wana share you a good new, I just received reply for Google, they give me forgiveness *pheew* I wont click my ads again, I've downloaded adsense preview tool btw.
If any of you clicked your own ads by mistake, tell them at once, they re understanding ppl
Thanks for your advices guys