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Aeiouy Banned from Adsense

Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by aeiouy, Sep 6, 2006.

  1. yfs1

    yfs1 User Title Not Found

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    #81
    That is absolutely ridiculous...Its ok to steal from advertisers because at least he isn't dealing drugs? :confused:
    SEMrush
     
    yfs1, Sep 8, 2006 IP
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  2. Sem-Advance

    Sem-Advance Notable Member

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    #82

    Playing Google for stupid?????

    lol...ok thats always a jaw dropping statement .....

    Seriously they are anything but stupid....

    they may drop one or two in the crosshairs.... but that is why pencils have erasers.....

    and lastly....not a one of us is without fault or never made an error....

    Peace
     
    Sem-Advance, Sep 8, 2006 IP
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    Sem-Advance Notable Member

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    #83
    No

    Never said that.....read the words...

    but plant none in my mouth.
     
    Sem-Advance, Sep 8, 2006 IP
  4. yfs1

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    #84
    You justified him clicking on his own ads (which he bragged about here) because at least he isn't robbing you to your face or dealing drugs.

    You then said to keep it in perspective.

    We are talking about Google banning you from using their program, not jail time

    I'm not putting words in your mouth...Here is your response to the fact that Fox posted that he clicks on his own ads and if you did it in internet cafes you would be on a different ip

     
    yfs1, Sep 8, 2006 IP
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    #85
    No. I'm just implying that they are human. No-one knows how much has slipped by them, because if they knew, then they would act on it.

    I'm not saying that they are negligent and don't know their own business, and neither am I saying that they would boot honest publishers on purpose.
     
    Obelia, Sep 8, 2006 IP
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    #86
    All the "positives sides" are gone once you're banned on Google because you felt the need to share to your site on a forum, a forum that can easily lead to jealousy, anger or frustration which could all lead to actions of certain people that can jeopardize your site. But hey... in your opinion everybody on every forum can handle him/herself very well, right?
     
    john2006, Sep 9, 2006 IP
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    #87
    welcome to the club aeiouy
     
    sebastya, Sep 10, 2006 IP
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    #88
    That doesn't make much sense. Of course they pay more attention to the publishers who are bringing in big money, but by having a flawed click fraud algorithm, they are cutting off new publishers who may evolve into big moneymakers for them.

    Just because you're making $5 for Google this month doesn't mean your site will never be valuable to them. But they have to leave you alone to grow and learn. With AdSense, when Google earns money, publishers earn money. They've got a good thing going: publishers are tripping over themselves to make money for Google (because the publisher gets some of it too - it's win/win). Alienating publishers who are still small is no long-term strategy, it's lose/lose.

    There are some publishers who will always earn $5 a month because they're unmotivated or whatever. Google has to suck it up and provide good customer service care to them, too. Just to keep a good name with the public. Just like the bank has to be nice and secure for the person who hovers around $100 in his checking account. That teeny money doesn't do the bank much good, but pissing that customer off with bluster and the middle finger isn't good for business no matter how you slice it.
     
    LongHaul, Sep 11, 2006 IP