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The numbers show we’re having success. In 2011, advertisers submitted billions of ads to Google, and of those, we disabled more than 130 million ads. And our systems continue to improve—in fact, in 2011 we reduced the percentage of bad ads by more than 50% compared with 2010. That means that our methods are working. We’re also catching the vast majority of these scam ads before they ever appear on Google or on any of our partner networks. For example, in 2011, we shut down approximately 150,000 accounts for attempting to advertise counterfeit goods, and more than 95% of these accounts were discovered through our own detection efforts and risk models.
Google Banned 800,000 Advertisers
Probably not 800,000 unique advertisers - what percentage of these are the same people coming back with different accounts and payment cards?
advertisers submitted billions of ads to Google, and of those, we disabled more than 130 million ads
cheaters work so hard, and a portion of their tentacles get nuked at regular intervals.So did I until Google decided they didn't like my affiliate business model and gave me no recourse to appeal. Just the email that said don't ever contact us again.
i'm lazy, so i prefer the ethical road, and it lasts longer.