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1:39 pm on Dec 16, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Hi all,

I have not used Adsense for some time, following the account being banned twice.
The worst part is that there is zero feedback to google, absolutely no contact to find out why or how. Sometimes it felt that being too
popular became a reason to ban, and not pay at the same time.

With another ad co, I never kept track, setting up and done. What a mistake. Google, yet again, flagged up as dangerous one of my sites, which I only found out on a regular seo audit. Only then did I discover that ads had their own risks, which I never considered since I was after the click value. But t seemed that some ads with their links to the awful 'make a fortune while the kettle boils' sites, must not be taken as positive.

Why is there no contact point to google? They seem set to continue to rule the ranking wars as though they are the internet!

Then again...what is a good, reliable, professional add service for both new and mature sites..?
12:51 am on Dec 17, 2016 (gmt 0)

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If your site was "mature", it's not surprising you get banned twice ... it's even surprising you were able to re-create an account.
4:11 am on Dec 17, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Hello Ithinkitsme and welcome to WebmasterWorld [webmasterworld.com]

I'm not sure you have a specific question. You may benefit by reading Google's Adsense Blog [adsense.googleblog.com]

Basically, each of your pages needs to have clean (no black hat techniques) content, enough content for the Adsense bot to derive matches to place relevant ads on that page and be sure to avoid linking to any bad neighborhoods.

Why is there no contact point to google?
Get a Google Search Console account [google.com] and connect it to Google Analytics [google.com]. Through these utilities you should see how your Google Adsense account [google.com] is managed.
8:30 am on Dec 17, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Thank you. .
Not quite sure why Dimitri is not surprised that having a mature site resulted twice losing Adsense account! Surely aged sites should have a bonus in standings on reputation alone. .
Knowing the Adsense T&C does not help either. I know that on one occasion I was banned due to fake click claims. Which I did not do but it becomes impossible to fight since no information is given beyond a one line accusation.

It seems that perhaps it's important to try and keep an eye on visitors, which is impossible. I have also been told that it's easy to set up auto clickers to click ads etc of competitors and create problems. .
So in effect any competitor or someone not liking your site can cause problems. . A shame when such people have too much time on their hands too.
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Get your mind out of the gutter, Dimitri ;-)
10:33 am on Dec 17, 2016 (gmt 0)

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having a mature site resulted twice losing Adsense account
Ithinkitsme where are you getting the idea that your site lost its Adsense account due to being "mature" and BTW what is a "mature" site?
10:57 am on Dec 17, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Aged..an aged site never dropped etc..
11:08 am on Dec 17, 2016 (gmt 0)

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I have a site publishing Adsence that is over 19 years old. I haven't experienced any issues with my account

Are you saying older sites experience problems with their Adsense account specifically because of their age?
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>> Get your mind out of the gutter, Dimitri ;-) <<

My Bad !
5:49 pm on Dec 18, 2016 (gmt 0)

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With another ad co, I never kept track, setting up and done. What a mistake. Google, yet again, flagged up as dangerous one of my sites, which I only found out on a regular seo audit. Only then did I discover that ads had their own risks, which I never considered since I was after the click value. But t seemed that some ads with their links to the awful 'make a fortune while the kettle boils' sites, must not be taken as positive.


You should not setup sites just for high paying ads in "high paying" niches. That is your first mistake with Adsense. Google used to go after all those mesothelioma sites back in the day, and I'm surprised this sort of thinking is still going on out there.

Secondly, I think your promotion methods were wrong even though you never described them. When you add a website setup just for high paying ads (think MFA), and add in some dubious traffic generation methods, these trigger the big red flag in Google's algo.

Finally, when Google has banned your account, you simply cannot create a new one, unless you have gotten a pardon from Google. Without any official pardon, you can create 100 accounts afterwards, but they will all be deemed illegal, and if Google finds out, they will ban them all.
6:05 pm on Dec 18, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Not at all. I was saying that having a mature. .Ok Well aged site, I would have believed would have stood a better chance at not being barred as opposed to fresh sites.. the lack of possible coms with Adsense remains a huge issue for anyone finding their site barred..ír Adsense removed.
9:11 am on Dec 19, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Nonese.
 

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