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Is it possible to somehow add adsence on proxy sites ?

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by AmanDH, Oct 7, 2012.

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    Well as adsense is the best advertising network with a good payout, is it possible to add it on a proxy site ?
    i tried chitika before but they didn't provide a lot of earning and i am disappointed in them. I have seen many proxy site showing ads by google but google adsense doesn't allow proxy sites. Is it really possible without getting banned?
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    AmanDH, Oct 7, 2012 IP
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  2. BacklinkExpert

    BacklinkExpert Active Member

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    Infolink Try that
     
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    No, as soon as you start earning, you will be banned.
     
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    As far as I know adsense is not tolerating proxy sites. After you will begin to earn you will be banned. Is not worthed to risk your adsense account, by violating their guidelines.
     
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    BacklinkExpert Active Member

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    Don't try proxy it might get your website to get banned.
     
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    Thanks for the advices :)
    I saw some site doing it, so i thought there might be a way.
     
    AmanDH, Oct 7, 2012 IP
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    mcfmarketer Greenhorn

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    Yeah, those who are doing it will be caught and banned eventually. Don't take the chance.
     
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    dess71 Well-Known Member

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    Ya I used to see some proxy sites with Adsense on them. But I believe Google will ban anyways after some time. Stay away and play safe with Google.
     
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    There are many other options available to advertisement.. Adsense has stopped serving ads to Proxy sites !!
     
    vijaychauhan007, Oct 7, 2012 IP
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    i think its a myth that google would ban you if you put adsense on proxy site. i have put adsense on proxy websites from 7 months have got paid 6 times. i have earned over $4500, just from proxies. you cant put the code on proxified page thats true but youcan put adsense on homepage.
     
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    Correct. I have adsense on all my proxy sites, been paid many times. Just don't put them on the Proxified pages. Simple as that.
     
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    daintyg21 Peon

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    Sounds like a bad idea to me
    where Google is involved,they sure like to band accounts
     
    daintyg21, Oct 9, 2012 IP