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Google Started allowing Adsense on Bulk Emails!

Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by Blogspotter, Sep 17, 2006.

  1. #1
    GOOGLE Adsense TOS state that one cannot use adsense in Email campaigns.
    But There is this very respected multi-million job site who sends me job posting everyday, with a google adsense banner or Link ad unit at the bottom of the email?

    Does Google allow adsense in email for certain users or reputed sites?
     

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  2. dageek

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  3. Endurer

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    #3
    Only approved publishers are allowed to use adsense in newsletters. Sites like iVillage & most probably the one you mentioned above are approved by adsense & the code they are using is different from that of we use on web pages.
     
    Endurer, Sep 17, 2006 IP
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    Beat me to it
     
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  5. Blogspotter

    Blogspotter Well-Known Member

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    I supposed so, about the premiumublisher, that is. But it was't mentioned in the TOS.. and Newsletters are quite understandable, but this mail was sent by a consultant using this jobsite using the site's email sender.
     
    Blogspotter, Sep 17, 2006 IP
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    Interesting... another avenue for getting ads in front of people.

    Hear that they have been tightening up regs, perhaps this is a way to make up for some of the shortfall from releasing some adsense accounts.
     
    starke, Sep 17, 2006 IP
  7. Pat Gael

    Pat Gael Banned

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    In addition, you will never know when we are talking about premium publishers.

    Some sites are obvious, such as the mentioned iVillage, but others may resemble "big companies" when they are not.

    In the doubt, the best could be ask Google.
     
    Pat Gael, Sep 17, 2006 IP
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    Blogspotter Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, what are the criteria for becoming a premium publisher?
     
    Blogspotter, Sep 17, 2006 IP
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    Be big. Be very big. 1,000,000s of uniques.
     
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    1,000,000s of uniques./month I think

    so you can be premium publisher
     
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    I am close then... Just about 990000 uniques away :D
     
    Blogspotter, Sep 18, 2006 IP
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    You can buy 1 million uniques though! :D
     
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    Source here

    More info: Premium service overview
     
    wmtips, Sep 18, 2006 IP
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    I am still very very far away to be a premium publisher.
     
    cupid9, Sep 19, 2006 IP
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    Can you imagine the implications if EVERYBODY were allowed to place Adsense ads on their emails? The amount of spam would explode to unbelievable proportions!
     
    andrewshim, Sep 19, 2006 IP
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    Okay that means only "premium publishers" with 20 million page views can send spam with GAS ads. :D Awesome!!!!
     
    The_FoX, Sep 20, 2006 IP
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    #17
    Google AdSense, according to a DigitalPoint thread covered by Barry Schwartz, seems to be letting select publishers serve Google AdSense ads in newsletters and ...

    More HERE

    Did you saw Adsense ads in newsletters? If Yes in which one?

    It could be an interesting opportunity.....
     
    gsga02, Sep 20, 2006 IP
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    I think google has only allowed selected publishers at the moment.
     
    bhav27, Sep 20, 2006 IP
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    Is the code still JavaScript when in e-mail? I assumed JavaScript didn't work in e-mail.

    If not JavaScript, how are the ads made contextual?
     
    Shawn Collins, Sep 20, 2006 IP
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    hmm..
    I wish to be a premium publisher soon :D
     
    Abhik, Sep 20, 2006 IP