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[edited by: mrhazelj at 11:46 pm (utc) on Sep. 17, 2006]
Basically, it's a tool type website. It generates a custom file for the user in order to modify/hack a very popular PSP game online based on the data they've inputted.
The first page allows the user to input data. The second prompts them for the file download and has a readme explaining how to install/use it.
When they want to edit the file with new data, they must come back to create a new one.
Any suggestions for more proficient ad placement would be appreciated or any other suggestions.
Like I said, I get about 2-4k hits a day. I'm new to the adsense program, so I'd really appreciate any help I could get.
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[edited by: tedster at 12:09 am (utc) on Sep. 18, 2006]
I think you are incorrect about them frowning upon it, seeing as they offer plenty of ads to fill the SOCOM Hacking/SOCOM Cheating criteria, which are exact matches to what my site is about.
There is a very large audience, and exterior interest from non hacking players.
It's a game, and nothing on my site is illegal or even immoral. It lets you create online user names with more length, same as other players, without profanity filters, and the also with the ability to use special graphics symbols. It's harmless to gameplay.
I just need to know the basics.. Which methods work best, color schemes, over presence of ads, etc.
Your site lists the ability to generate a username that is exactly the same as another existing user. If this allows people to interfere with or steal other users' accounts or stats, then you could get yourself into trouble, not only with Google.
If you want to take the risk, then there's nothing that can stop you. But if Google do spot it and decide against you, they could ban you from AdSense, not just those two pages. Be careful how you tread around the big G.
I'm looking for tips, not morality checks.