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does this break adsense TOS

Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by letsmakeamillion, May 10, 2005.

  1. #1
    lets say my site is about pizza. and there is adsense ads on it..

    some of the ads on the adsense blocks are dominoes pizza.

    but then lets say I contact dominoes and offer to display an self made ad for them across my entire site.

    does this break adsense TOS?
    SEMrush
     
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    #2
    If its a static ad, then there is no problem.

    If you are talking about asking them to pay for the existing one (The AdSense ad) then obviously thats wrong.

    Can you explain what you are looking to do a little more?
     
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    T0PS3O Feel Good PLC

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    #3
    Why don't you read the TOS for the answer?
     
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    Design Agent Peon

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    I think what he is saying is can he contact adwords advertisers directly cut out the middleman (Google). I dont see that as problem, it would be like seeing an ad on TV and deciding to contact the company to offer advertising space to them. I have'nt checked the TOS but it doesnt sound like an issue.
    However, Actually doing it is probably not worth the effort, unless your site is very busy. For them to monitor lots of seperate websites would probably be seen as an inconvience.
     
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    Arnie Well-Known Member

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    #6
    By static I meant ads that do not change based on Content

    Sorry for the confusion ;)
     
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    Arnie Well-Known Member

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    ...and I'm pretty sure that this is not against the TOS, but maybe someone else finds out differnt on this matter.
     
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    Arnie Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, I haven't considered that, I mean your point of interpretation. But alltogether it is worthwhile to discuss this subject and perhaps something will come out.
     
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    king_cobra Peon

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    Better u mail google abt this. They will help u there.
     
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    Arnie Well-Known Member

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    #10
    If you have logos or banners from a company without hyperlink then its a content issue. Google will serve you ads accordingly. But if you serve ads with hyperlinks than it might be against the toss, unless you can filter them out. As far as I remember Adsense has a tool for that.
     
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    What good are ads without links?
     
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    Arnie Well-Known Member

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    Example, When you watch a football match on TV or in the stadion you see lots of advertisements next to the football field, these are called impulse ads from well known companies. Everyone knows their products. Next time when you go shopping you'll buy (most likely) the products from brand name companies you have seen most or at least have a closer look at them. This functions out of our subconsciousness.
    This kind of ads are not really served online yet.
     
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    Except the impulse when online is to click. I think it would be a fairly small market and it would depend so much on amount of traffic that the small percentage of companies this would help, would be better off buying individual ads.
     
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    Arnie Well-Known Member

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    Most of the people still don't order online, especially grocery products. Brand Name companies are aware of this fact as well. Many people enjoy the atmosphare of going shopping for clothing, jewelry and so on...

    By the way, "Brand Name" for me means, products being burned or beamed into our subconsciousness.

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    The source should be all the same for success, CD or DVD Player is suitable just as well as directly in the microphone fed signals. The HSS which is in weapon-quiet-large equipment modulates the low-frequency originalton on the two decametric waves, which like a jet can be aligned purposefully. The originalton embedded therein takes part in the changes of direction of the carrier waves. At the receiver so three acoustic waves arrive, whereby the high frequency remain inaudible.

    Voices are to drive enemy into the insanity
    full text here
    http://www.google.com/translate?u=h...8,354671,00.html&langpair=de|en&hl=en&ie=UTF8
     
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    Now you are just plain getting weird
     
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    Arnie Well-Known Member

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    #16
    This is a machine translation and an extreme - which I admit is weird (translation and content) but a fact.

    I'm pointing out that advertisement is handled scientifically and that it is not about clicking - its about being widely seen and present. Wheresoever advertisement is present the basic rules stay the same. It's not the market that is small, but the number of advertisers for this kind of needs.
     
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    I'll come back later, have to do something else now.
     
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    #18
    Your premise is most people don't buy things online - which I agree with - but in this particular case your sample is people who are already online. I would venture a bet the percentage of those that buy online is much bigger.

    Most people don't buy boat covers but if you were in a boat shop, it would be a entirely different demographic


    The part about projecting ads into peoples minds is a whole another thread
     
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    Cyclops sensei

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    I haven't had time to read this thread so this may not be relevant but have you noticed how many ads are in computer games.
    Companies like Coke Cola, Pepsi, Sony etc etc are paying big money to have their ads placed in those games.
     
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    Arnie Well-Known Member

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    ...and haven't yet targeted the billions of sites available yet. This why I believe that they are coming soon, and of course that needs to be done through agents which have to take care of checking impressions and so on, its all about cutting the cake into smaller pieces in order that it will work for them.
     
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