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MFA in the eyes of us and in our terms, yet great way to present contents in the eyes of my clients which are my target
Honestly the only reason for keeping these sites online is that they are making profit from adsense program, and hey, that email I received from google adsense team proves me their love.
that email I received from google adsense team proves me their love.
Some of you amazes me because they think that this is hurting adwords advertisers when you can simply opt-out of showing your ads on this or that site.
This year I only placed an ad to a new website where from 2650 pages indexed by Google my website script had around 250 pages almost blank.
To those who will say "I don't understand what you are saying",
Please don't write in riddles since it makes it very difficult for us all to comprehend.
All I'm understanding right now is that you are on a "hosted network", whatever that is, and your implication that someone has taken your code and inserted into 250 blank pages.
Correct or not?
Wouldn't a publisher be protected from this tactic by using the "Allowed Sites" feature?
[edited by: martinibuster at 8:30 pm (utc) on Aug 18, 2011]
[edit reason] URL REMOVED. [/edit]
Now I fully understand that it was a mistake by me, but I still not understand why they don't give us a chance to correct the mistakes.