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11:11 pm on Oct 23, 2013 (gmt 0)

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I got two false warnings today on my two different websites. The first website had youtube downloads content published in 2010 which I removed 1 year ago when adsense issued me a warning. Today, adsense sent me same warning message on same article which was removed 1 year ago. I am wondering what happened to their BOT? Can't their bots recognize that URL does not exist any more?

On my second site, there was a hitman image and they sent me following message "Google ads may not be placed on pages with adult or mature content." and disabled ads on that site.

I checked page immediately and found an adult ad which can be seen from this link [img43.imageshack.us...] (removed advertiser info).

It looks like they are randomly issuing warnings and disabling ads on sites. I have already made the appeal and now waiting for the clarification.

Is there any one who is sailing on the same boat?
2:11 am on Oct 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

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About 2 weeks ago I got a message sent to me from AdSense.

This message is to alert you that one of your websites is not currently in compliance with our AdSense program policies and as a result, ad serving has been disabled to your website.

I'm not sure why they are doing that now, after 9 years I've been with them and never had any issues.

I wasn't too concerned about that website since the domain is going to expire in 2 months, and I don't plan on renewing it.

I just hope they don't disable my other sites, otherwise I might as well just call it quits.
2:20 am on Oct 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Yup, the lazy google employees rely on a bot to do their jobs. You may want to read this thread:

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11:25 am on Oct 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

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My site does not have any bikini, nudity, etc. contents. I received a very quick automated response from adsense. They refused to re-enabled ads on my site. Here is the message I got:

When making changes, please note that the URL mentioned in your policy notification may be just one example and that the same violations may exist on other pages of your website. Appropriate changes must be made across your entire website before ad serving can be enabled on your site again.


The example url itself is a false indication, I don't know what else to do!
3:06 pm on Oct 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

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The example url itself is a false indication, I don't know what else to do!


I would suggest making yourself very familiar with the program policies and then making a very extensive sweep of every page on your site. Don't forget to also check any user-generated stuff like comments.

Take note of everything you find that even comes close to being questionable (by a human or a bot) and remove that content from your site. Once you've finished that, reply to the notification with every single action you've taken and what you will do to avoid possible infractions in the future.

I can't stress the word 'extensive' enough. Merely having content on your site containing any number of keywords can have a detrimental effect on whether or not this infraction is cleared up.
2:28 pm on Oct 25, 2013 (gmt 0)

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@Andem, my site is very clean. I sent second appeal and explained everything in detail. They haven't answered my questions though but now ads are re-enabled again on my site.
6:30 pm on Oct 25, 2013 (gmt 0)

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my site is very clean.


You would be surprised! The word 'bones' can trigger a warning.

They haven't answered my questions though but now ads are re-enabled again on my site.


Then they may or may not send an acknowledgment in writing. Congratulations.
 

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