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Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by SERPalert, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. yfs1

    yfs1 User Title Not Found

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    #61
    Its possible you were reinstated...Usually you can sign into your account when that happens then you get the email saying you are reinstated the next day.

    Were you always able to sign into your account?SEMrush
     
    yfs1, Aug 1, 2006 IP
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  2. JamesColin

    JamesColin Prominent Member

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    #62
    I see you're still displaying adsense on jamroll's subdomains, you should simply replace with adbrite or any other.

    Then continue to use your account on your other websites and don't mention anything to google, see if they continue to pay.

    If they somehow decide to go ahead and ban you, then yes open a new account under a company name (it's legitimate) and apply it to your other website but not jamroll because the principle is flawed, people will use autosurf or other adsense's tos violations.
     
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  3. SERPalert

    SERPalert Guest

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    #63
    Yes, I did send a email (which I've not had a response to) asking some questions before i followed the appeal process.

    I think i've found where the problem lies, on of my domains is giving a 15-25% CTR :eek:
     
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  4. hostrs.com

    hostrs.com Peon

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    #64
    Yeah, i know a lot of people who's account's got suspended at the same time, including mine at hostrs.com.:confused:
     
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  5. projectw3

    projectw3 Banned

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    #65
    I'm just thinking, maybe adsense just isn't the right solution for that business model of yours. Just imagine this, someone applied for free hosting (you have no idea who that someone is), and sees those ads appearing on his content. One fine day, he decides that the ads are irritating him and starts to do funny stuff with it (e.g. auto clicks or non-stop clicking daily, etc). That's highly possible and could get you banned in a flash. Perhaps you can try going for CPM advertising networks or even CPA or affiliates. I'm hearing lots of good things about azoogleads lately. Check them out.
     
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    Icheb Peon

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    #66
    Ahh! Thank you. :)
     
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  7. thewindmaster

    thewindmaster The Man with the Plan

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    #67
    I am with media and Jack. You are solely responsible for every page your adsense appears on.

    Adsense is a terrible option for free hosting. Your much better off with some type of CPM for generating revenue.
     
    thewindmaster, Aug 1, 2006 IP
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    BlackHatAuto Banned

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    #68
    You must monitor your clicks it says that in the TOS
     
    BlackHatAuto, Jul 14, 2009 IP
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    #69
    i read recently about another adsenser who received a similar warning and who had tons of sites with content he had little knowledge about. he decided to take the ads off of all his sites at once just to be safe and not lose his account, and then he started over from scratch with new sites. he lost a lot of money when he did this at first, but he was able to keep his account, and is now earning close to $100/day again with adsense. you might want to consider taking a similar action to save your account. you can always build new sites (yourself, to avoid future problems), but if you are banned, you could have a lot more to lose... :(
     
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    #70
    weird..Maybe someone trying to bring your adsense down by clicking on them multiple times?
     
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    Crafty Blogger Active Member

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    #71
    oh, i just notice this was a three year old thread brought back to life (for no good reason as far as i can tell). i wish people would just let dead threads be!
     
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    #72
    Definitely.. That's the worst scenario anybody could encounter.

     
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    #73
    yes i was just notice too.. but this is good too..
     
    irwandiaz, Jul 19, 2009 IP