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Adsense on Adult Site ???

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by mackdesi, Oct 2, 2008.

  1. trvoy

    trvoy Peon

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    #21
    I think you will be banned.
    SEMrush
     
    trvoy, Oct 3, 2008 IP
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  2. thsadmin

    thsadmin Notable Member

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    #22
    No .... they don't pull strings for anyone .... look on Youtube at the "adult flagged" videos - again it's a filtered system .... and that's what they request for adult related sites ....

    Metacafe isn't porn or full nudity, the adult content is like bra's, bikinis, sex scenes from movies and soft sex ....

    OMG it's not even worth arguing about .... I show a clear example of how one can do it and how one site has done it since I remember when .... and even then it's dismissed like Google pulls strings.
     
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  3. blendology

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    #23
    better don't rick it, i believe other adults ads or affiliates will be way more profitable than adsense alone.
     
    blendology, Oct 3, 2008 IP
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    bobbym Active Member

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    #24
    Don't take the risk because you will get baned from Google forever.
     
    bobbym, Oct 4, 2008 IP
  5. evolveforever

    evolveforever Peon

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    #25
    no you shouldnt.google will definitely prevent from serving ads to your site once it finds the adult content .
     
    evolveforever, Oct 4, 2008 IP
  6. mackdesi

    mackdesi Guest

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    #26
    I see your point ...

    But now this brings another question ...

    Hosters like HostGator create subdomains on the default preliminary site when one creates a addon domain ...

    example if I start an account with HostGator under

    myFirstsite.com

    and then I want to host another site on the same account (adult site) and call it myAdultsite.com. HG will create a subdomain on my defailt site as

    myadultsite.myfirstsite.com

    So I suppose the question is

    1.) Would Google automatically spider the subdomain
    2.) WOuld Google know and or realize that this is an addon domain ??
     
    mackdesi, Oct 7, 2008 IP
  7. hamonpari

    hamonpari Peon

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  8. buzzmaker

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    #28
    Exactly, Why risk it?

    If you want to put some ads with adult content, you can try adult friend finder or similar partner who specialize in adult advertising. They pay good too! I suggest not to risk your 'one time' adsense account.
     
    buzzmaker, Oct 8, 2008 IP
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    Bohra Prominent Member

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    #29
    The page which has adult content shouldnt have the ads rest pages it will be ok
     
    Bohra, Oct 8, 2008 IP
  10. thsadmin

    thsadmin Notable Member

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    #30
    Bingo!! Thankyou lord !! generally a sub domain with a adult content warning to separate the adult from the family safe material will work best - obviously full blown porn is a little risky.
     
    thsadmin, Oct 8, 2008 IP
  11. mackdesi

    mackdesi Guest

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    #31
    OK I completely understand that ...

    but the question is not whether I am doing this on purpose or not ...

    Its how Hostgator works.

    If you have an original site eg. site1.com

    and you want to add another site to the same account example site2.com

    then hostgator will automatically create a subdomain call site2.site1.com

    and a corresponding folder called site2 on the root folder of your public_html

    and forward your site2 to that particular folder

    So would google consider both main domain and subdomain to be the same site?
     
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    thsadmin Notable Member

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    #32
    I am not sure where you are going with this, but sex.domain.com is the same site as domain.com - just a sub domain and yes Google will see this as the same site.
     
    thsadmin, Oct 8, 2008 IP
  13. TheVccMatey

    TheVccMatey Peon

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    #33
    Why mix them at all?
     
    TheVccMatey, Oct 8, 2008 IP
  14. extraspecial

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    #34
    well use other advertising company on your adult site, there are also companys who do only adult ads publishing, work with them, it could be also much profitable for you... p.s. never try your adsense to test it..
     
    extraspecial, Oct 9, 2008 IP