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Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by Josh, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. secretgraphix

    secretgraphix Peon

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    #41
    fryman thats actually not true... you CAN control that... simply by using hotlink protection on your accounts
    SEMrush
     
    secretgraphix, Feb 17, 2005 IP
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  2. dfsweb

    dfsweb Active Member

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    #42
    True! But, each time an image is called from his server, it will record as a hit. But, if you have a look at the number of hits recorded between the two days they are pretty similar.
     
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  3. Josh

    Josh Peon

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    NewComputer Well-Known Member

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    #44
    Did you do the USAToday article? Did you find your site was hacked before or after? Two reasons there could have been a bandwidth spike right there...
     
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  5. Josh

    Josh Peon

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    #45
    No, I didn't do the article, and it hasn't been out yet.

    My site was hacked actually, he changed "read and browse through the faq" to "read and browse through the laws we broke" and "your free online proxy" to "blocked and ilegal proxy".. it was odd.

    For the USA today article, I got the following email a few days ago:

    Josh
     
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  6. Homer

    Homer Spirit Walker

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    #46
    Got a PayPal acct? Don't have to worry about G AdS now. Time to make a button :)
     
    Homer, Feb 17, 2005 IP
  7. Josh

    Josh Peon

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    #47
    Hehe.. yes, I have paypal.


    I actually got my first donation today: $2.50 ;) and of course paypal took their 50 cents of it :p

    Lets just hope all the users of USAtoday are rich and dont mind sharing ;)

    Josh
     
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  8. fryman

    fryman Kiss my rep

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    #48
    Woldn't that kill the whole meaning of his website?
     
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  9. Josh

    Josh Peon

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    #49
    Yes, it quite would ;)

    I am not worried about the bandwidth on smileyville so far.. the smiliey image file size is reletivly low, and I dont have very many visits. (less than 100 a day)


    Josh
     
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  10. dfsweb

    dfsweb Active Member

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    #50
    I was just thinking about this. Is it better (and possible) to have multiple adsense accounts, i.e: one for each of the websites you run ads on? So that you don't suddenly lose ads on all your sites at once, if they close one of the accounts (for whatever reason).
     
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  11. david_sakh

    david_sakh Peon

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    #51
    you can't own more than one account.
     
    david_sakh, Feb 17, 2005 IP
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    #52
    If this is your virtual browser site, each page that a user views has to be grabbed from its server by your server. This is bandwidth usage. Your users viewed bigger pages yesterday.

    As far a being banned by AdSense, my guess is that Google questions the 'legitimacy' of the virtual browser site. In their eyes, you are 'stealing' content from other sites, striping other publisher's adsense from it, and re-displaying it with your adsense. I actually like your idea for the virtual browser, but in my opinion, it is what got you banned from the AdSense program. Like someone else suggested, maybe you can write (or call??) them and promise to not publish AdSense on that site, and they might re-instate you.

    As far as all the clicks on that site coming from the same IP that is not correct. Google's Javascript can see the user's real IP address. The other website that the user is viewing, cannot- they see your server's IP.

    Good luck Josh.
     
    exam, Feb 17, 2005 IP
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    dfsweb Active Member

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    #53
    Thanks. That answers my question.
     
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  14. Homer

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    #54
    Yes you can. Not sure if it's legit? I opened one aprox 1 year ago under www.domainname.com then 6 months ago I opened another one under www.anotherdomainame.com. They are both still active.
     
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    david_sakh Peon

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    #55
    you used the same name?

    technically you can't do that.
     
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  16. fryman

    fryman Kiss my rep

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    #56
    https://www.google.com/adsense/localized-terms

     
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    #57
    I guess I better terminate the one I am not using, NOW.
     
    Homer, Feb 17, 2005 IP
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    clasione Well-Known Member

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    #58
    That really sucks bad....

    I imagine they should allow a few cllicks by error.....

    How they expect that you won't click on one or two ads by accident.

    It's near impossible.

    I to clicked on an ad twice by accident. I don't remember how, but I did send them an email to let them know.... Never did get a responce.

    I'd be out of business temporarily if they shut me down....

    Cheack out www.Fastclick.com - there not to bad, but they check each individual site before they let you run ads on it.. Usually takes a day or so.
     
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  20. Mia

    Mia R.I.P. STEVE JOBS

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    #60
    Did I miss something?

    Aside from the spelling error "revenu", what's with the date?
     
    Mia, Feb 17, 2005 IP