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A few days ago I was disabled for the following reason from Adsense. I have gone over and over the Adsense TOS and I still cannot find any reasons as to why I was "dis-banded." Any thoughts as to what the following means? I am still at a loss for understanding. I have since sent an email to support sharing my sincere desire to comply to any of their needs. I would love to hear any of the thoughts you have. Thanks!
[edited by: martinibuster at 2:48 am (utc) on Feb. 24, 2008]
[edit reason] TOS VIOLATION [webmasterworld.com] [/edit]
If Google feels "your Adsense account has posed a significant risk to our AdWords advertisers", it could mean several things since several possibilities could cause a bad Adwords advertiser experience. My immediate thought is a TOS violation that hinders conversions.
But since don't know your sites' history, it's difficult to make an observation.
All you can really do is correspond with Google and hope your Adsense account is reinstated.
Even we here know that certain kinds of sites just don't seem to generate much money, much ctr, etc, or the opposite, with some sites generating large ctr which is unnatural.
No doubt google has profiles of sites that offer no value, and then cuts sites that fit the profiles, rightly or wrongly.
Proxy sites are a good example.
joined:Oct 27, 2001
It's always possible that your account was flagged because of something that an algorithm caught, and that you got cancelled because your site or traffic fit a certain profile (see Coachm's remarks). If your site is legitimate, Google may reverse its decision on review, so don't give up hope until you've received a reply to your e-mail. (Other publishers have reported having their accounts re-enabled following an appeal.)