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6:20 pm on Nov 7, 2008 (gmt 0)

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We all know the famous google mail that sent to any account telling him that they noticed "Invalid click" and we will close ur account

but can u read this message that one of my friend got and tell me what can u understtand from it

what risk? no one knows
what mistake did my friend do in his website? we don't know and we will not know
my friend - and i know his website very well- didn't change any thing in his website over the last month, so why "significant risk" appears suddenly

till when will google keep its weired policy not to tell people what mistake they did?
and how people don't do it if they simply don't know it?

[edited by: martinibuster at 8:06 pm (utc) on Nov. 7, 2008]
[edit reason] Removed email quote. See TOS> [/edit]

6:41 pm on Nov 7, 2008 (gmt 0)



my friend - and i know his website very well- didn't change any thing in his website over the last month, so why "significant risk" appears suddenly

Google said "While going through our records recently," so it may be a matter of when the audit was conducted, not when the Web site was last changed. (In other words, software may have flagged the site for manual review, with the decision to disable the account occurring after that manual review.)

Also, the "risk to advertisers" may be as simple as too many non-converting clicks (which could easily occur if, for example, many of the ads were from advertisers who don't sell to Widgetonia and a large portion of the site's audience was in Widgetonia).

6:48 pm on Nov 7, 2008 (gmt 0)

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They've been using that particular email for a year or more now.
7:09 pm on Nov 7, 2008 (gmt 0)

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"Also, the "risk to advertisers" may be as simple as too many non-converting clicks (which could easily occur if, for example, many of the ads were from advertisers who don't sell to Widgetonia and a large portion of the site's audience was in Widgetonia). "

what is the publisher problem if clicks are converting into sales or not, Neither publisher nor google are responsible for sale, on the controry if ads are not converting so it is the advertiser mistake

the advertiser the one who chose keywords, locations,ad text,..etc so if it is not converting it is his problem

in your example if the sadviriser are selling into specific are, he has to make his ads taget this area only, if he chose to show his ad everywhere, it become his mistake and publisher can do nothing

7:17 pm on Nov 7, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Sounds like AdSense is probably not a good match for you.
7:22 pm on Nov 7, 2008 (gmt 0)

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I don't think that a termination mail can be "funny", and I certainly don't think this mail from Google is. That's why I think the thread title is misleading and should be edited into something more neutral.
7:25 pm on Nov 7, 2008 (gmt 0)

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what is the publisher problem if clicks are converting into sales or not, Neither publisher nor google are responsible for sale, on the controry if ads are not converting so it is the advertiser mistake

Everyone (publisher, Google, and advertiser) is responsible for a sale. You have to provide a good CTR and visitors that will buy. If you can't do this, Google will remove you as they will not lose advertisers because of low performing publishers.

Sorry though. Best option is to try out a different ad company or a different website niche. Best of luck.

 

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