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Major TOS Violation

Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by adstracker, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. SEO Guru

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    #61
    Nice idea, but can i put my adsense on that site? :confused:
    Won't Google ban my site?
    If its possible, I am looking for volunteers :), the site will be up within a week or so, revenue sharing too. PM me if anybody is interested, to join me in this Click fraud busting bandwagon.SEMrush
     
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    iowadawg Prominent Member

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    #62
    Yeah, get a site up like that...
    Hmmmm....have a domain (surfadsense.com) be good for this.
    But no can put adsense on that domain (trademark issues).

    Why not put up adsense ads on a site telling the world about violators?
    Well, because the violators may clickbomb the site?

    Idea, don't make the violator sites linkable.
     
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  3. SEO Guru

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    #63
    I'll inform Adsense Support Team about this, and tell them that my site might be click bombed due to its motive, so they'll take care of it, and indeed am doing them a favour so they would be happy about it. :)

    P.S. - Any person stealing this idea from me will be cursed by me for life, will never get married, will die a virgin, will loose all his hair (head), will loose his job, will loose his gfr, etc etc, and edit it manually for females.
     
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    DiscJockey Well-Known Member

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    #64
    *I only read the first few posts*

    Adsense staffs will usually end up finding these requests for clicks and e-mail him to remove it. It has happend to three users i know.
     
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  5. Blogmaster

    Blogmaster Blood Type Dating Affiliate Manager

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    #65
    Maybe we should just create one thread in here and call it "outing adsense violators". Only posts are allowed where examples of new sites breaking the TOS are allowed. Then simply get Google's attention. We are doing way too much of their work and it's not efficient. The only way to use this forum to its fullest potential would be one sticky thread where violators get outed.
     
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    #66
    W00t, i was right and everyone else was wrong, even Google's behaviour is a bit humane. So Just ask them to remove the texts like "Please support us" etc :)
    If they don't, you know what to do ;)
     
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    iowadawg Prominent Member

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    #67
    My idea to begin with...geesh and he takes all the credit! LOL
    But the threats....I am married....not a virgin...lost most of my hair...retired so no job to lose...don't have a gfr.
     
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    #68
    Done
    Please tell me what more text to add in the main post! :)
    Thanks Mike



    Btw Iowadawg, we were already partnering on that, so that wasnt for you anyway :p
    and the threats all apply to me, I'm 19, have all my hair remaining, have to get married, I'm a virgin too, and surely have a gfr too. ;)
     
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    #69
    Don't think too much text for now, let's see if everyone gets with it and adds some of the violators that come to mind :)
     
    Blogmaster, Mar 25, 2006 IP
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    iowadawg Prominent Member

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    #70
    If I knew at 19 all the things I know now, Bill Gates would be working for me!
     
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    #71
    I'm 19, and you have the knowledge -
    Haha, share all your knowledge with me, and we'll employee him together in a partnership company :D
     
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    iowadawg Prominent Member

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    #72
    I was thinking on the lines of what I have learned and practiced to keep women happy.
     
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    #73
    Some haven't mastered that at the age of 50 :rolleyes:
     
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    #74
    :rolleyes: Leave it, I am out :rolleyes:
     
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    #75
    Interesting ideas, so I thought I'd chime in with my two cents. I think that, if there's a possibility that a Webmaster doesn't know he/she is violating the ToS, the right thing to do is to contact the Webmaster first - if no changes are made, then report the site to Google.

    If it's obvious that the Webmaster's actions are intentional (e.g. not showing 'Ads by Google' in a frame), then I think the site should be reported to Google immediately.

    By the way...what's 'gfr'? :confused:
     
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    #76
    Yeah, thats what I was saying, we should ask the webmaster to remove the clicks encouraging text first.
    Btw gfr - girl friend :D
     
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    #77
    Great idea!!

    I'm joining for sure :).
     
    adstracker, Mar 26, 2006 IP
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    #78
    so this thread came first before the 'adsense violators' thread? :eek:

    y'know, i found that some webmasters did read the TOS, they just didn't take it seriously.
     
    devin, Mar 26, 2006 IP
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    #79
    I have seen the same thing. Even so they are responsible for reading and understanding the rules before they use it. If they do not then they should ask questions about it so that they can avoid these types of mistakes. However, many know the rules, but simply choose to break them anyways in search of the all mighty dollar for the short term gain.
     
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    #80
    Thanks, SEO Guru. NOT what I would have expected. :p

    Sam
     
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