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Multi Pub-ID allowed on the same page now?

Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by qll, Sep 7, 2004.

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    Before, only 1 ad per page, so only 1 pub-ID allowed on 1 page. Now, we got 3 spots. That means theoritically, we can put 3 IDs on 1 page. Anyone asked adsense about it yet?
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    P.S. I don't want to ask adsense directly, as I asked too many questions too often, this will only put myself in their redflaged group.
     
    qll, Sep 7, 2004 IP
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    digitalpoint Overlord of no one Staff

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    I think you probably are already in their red-flag group because of all the questions you ask here about AdSense (when you put them altogether, it works out to someone building a system for AdSense click-fraud). :)
     
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    Not really, I am pretty sure everything I do is under and within their TOS. All of my testings are done with ca-test account. I never click my own or ask others to click mine. But I do agree I am pushing it to the extreme on the edge, not over it I hope.
     
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    Well, if you alter the JavaScript they give you (or use anything other than it), then it's against the TOS.
     
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    Google encourage publishers to use only one account to all of their sites. I just dont know if its agains TOS to use more than one in a single page
     
    melfan, Sep 7, 2004 IP