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About having more than one adsense account

Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by super_kid, May 5, 2005.

  1. #1
    I just started a new website, do I need another adsense account to put banners there?
    SEMrush
     
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  2. Smyrl

    Smyrl Tomato Republic Staff

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    #2
    You are only allowed one adsense account. You can place adsence on more than one website with your existing account so long as you do not violate their TOS.

    Shannon
     
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  3. super_kid

    super_kid Peon

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    #3
    Hmm

    How do I put banners on my new website, using the same adsense account?

    Just applying the same code?
     
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    #4
    You may have up to 3 adsense ad units per page.
     
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    super_kid Peon

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    #5
    Hmm I'm afraid I didn't quite understand you.
     
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    NeoGen Writer

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  7. super_kid

    super_kid Peon

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    Thanks a million ;)
     
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  8. super_kid

    super_kid Peon

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    #8
    One last question, though:

    My first website is a humor website, with articles and everything.

    My second one has exclusively non-nude material (girls in lingerie, bikinis, that sort of thing, no hardcore pornography).

    Wouldn't I have to subject my second website to Google's approval first, due to its nature, maybe?
     
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    tlainevool Guest

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    Liminal Peon

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    #10
    this does not answer his question. and, yes, i would contact google to verify that it's ok to run adsense on that kind of a site. chances are it's ok but i'd ask them for peace of mind
     
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    super_kid Peon

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    I guess it kinda does answer, devbistro. If it would be necessary, they would specify.
     
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    Liminal Peon

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    #12
    i was under the impression that when your site is dealing with topics related to sex/nudity, you can't run adsense on it (i could be wrong). this may only apply to hardcore stuff, not sure... that's why i'd ask them
     
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  13. super_kid

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    Yeah, I think I should ask just in case.

    It's better than taking the chance and finding out they cancelled my account.
     
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    super_kid Peon

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    On a side note: I looked for "nudity" on Google's TOS, and found no entry.

    And I've seen websites such as mine with AdSense.

    I'm starting to think they simply don't care.
     
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    anusha Active Member

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    super_kid Peon

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    #16
    I'm not. I emailed them :)
     
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  17. super_kid

    super_kid Peon

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    #17
    No response from Google yet.

    I read the TOS again, and it says "no pornography". The question is, what exactly are they considering pornography? Is nudity consider pornography?

    Just wondering. I wouldn't jeopardize my account by putting the banners up without their consent.
     
    super_kid, May 6, 2005 IP
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    #18
    i had AS set up on one of my some what sex related site, they just wouldn't show any ads in there, but AS i set up on other sites are ok. so i am thinking sexual related sites are not a good idea for AS. correct me if i am wrong.
     
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    I would think so too, but i've seen sites just like mine with adsense.

    There's no sex no my site, mind you. Just thumbnails of girls in lingerie, bikinis, that sort of thing. I made it clear to the other posters that they don't post sex-related pictures.

    But yea, I won't put the banners up until I get a response from Google.
     
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    paymentapprovaltooslow Banned

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    #20
    Adsense may not approve such sits..be careful...
     
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