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I already have moved on ever since 48 hours had been passed from my appeal request. The motivation behind this thread again was to represent a real life case to a sample of the webmasters community and then to sense their reaction to it.
Both has been achieved, so thanks for your input, everyone.
Let's go back to this then, shall we? I think you've gotten your reactions.
aka_eu and moftary one of the main reasons I opt out of any network advertising is just what (by accident)and (took a chance) you guys did with other peoples money. You have to remeber it is my money your dealing with on your site. My ads being clicked and my money ending in a worthless spend. I got so sick of seeing the referrals going to the crappy site, seeing the bounce, seeing my money being pissed away, wasting my time complaining to google, so I got out.
I wonder how you would feel if every time I came over to your house I helped myself to your piggy bank. Just stuck my hand in there took me a wad of cash and said see ya latter. Sooner or latter you won't let me in the door. This is what happened to your account.
Publishers got tired of seeing blank pages with their ads or going to some god for saken demo site seeing you guys reaching in my piggy bank and saying see ya latter.
How can you come in here moftary and complain your crappy demo sites were full of crap and flat out stealing. Quit your complaining an just man up to the stupid idea you did. Hell man that was bad idea nd your toast.
Secondly, you can exclude the sites you don't want to have your ads on from your adwords control panel (and yes I am an aggressive adwords advertiser myself), so if you don't know how to run an adwords campaign it might be better if you find yourself another job.
I will ask you this being a advertiser. Would you have banned your site from displaying your ads? If you answer this question yes then tell me why you did it.
You may think this is thread is about mass banning but really it is about the reason a site was banned. What could have prevented this ban, and what others can learn to prevent this action.