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New "Allowed Sites" option

I like it so much

     
7:13 am on Jun 13, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Just saw this new option under AdSense Setup tab. I can now choose "Allow any site to show ads for my account" or "Only allow certain sites to show ads for my account".

This is a usefull option to against those proxy sites.

Btw I'm still looking for another option which can "Disable Revenue Sharing". In this way those f$%^&* hackers can leave me alone.

10:44 am on June 23, 2007 (gmt 0)

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From the complete lack of response

ASA's role as a forum participant, as I understand it to be, is not to offer advice to individual members about their personal issues but, instead, to address issues that are of general interest or concern. Therefore I wouldn't infer anything from the fact that your personal concern was not directly addressed.

As you can imagine, if ASA got into the business of addressing personal issues there would be no end to it.

5:06 am on July 4, 2007 (gmt 0)

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ASA's role as a forum participant, as I understand it to be, is not to offer advice to individual members about their personal issues

I wasn't asking for myself, or for anyone specific... I'm not banned. I was asking because I have seen what appears to be many instances of those who felt that they were unjustly banned, and this has been proposed as a possible reason for that happening.

Additionally, ASA already chose to reply to my question... it was just with an irrelevant answer. He pointed to the solution for invalid clicks, which would not be helpful in this scenario. There actually isn't an official answer or help page yet for this that can be pointed to afaik... Google is only now admitting that there might even be a problem.

-Michael

5:35 am on July 4, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Above, ASA clearly stated:
Any publisher who thinks he/she's been the victim of sabotage at any point should certainly contact us following the directions here:
[google.com...]

So, those publishers who take the initiative to file an appeal may get good results. Those who do nothing are guaranteed to get no results.

Jim

11:03 pm on July 5, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Does anyone know if there's a limit on the number of entries in the Allowed Sites option?
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