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Discussion in 'AdSense' started by Critters, May 26, 2005.

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  1. m0rtal

    m0rtal Well-Known Member

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    #1301
    We established it was against TOS a while ago.
    SEMrush
    Your site is fine.

    Welcome to DP. :)
     
    m0rtal, Mar 24, 2007 IP
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    #1302
    It's not wise to publically state your CTR - doing so can get your Adsense account yanked.
     
    ecart, Mar 27, 2007 IP
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    #1303
    How do you space those images out next to each other? Everytime I try at www.fantasy-pc.com it get clobbered on the next line and stuff.

    Thanks.
     
    Ratman2050, Apr 3, 2007 IP
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    m0rtal Well-Known Member

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    #1304
    Are you trying to get banned from Adsense?

    Read atleaset the last 2 or 3 pages of this thread and you will learn that the images are no longer allowed.
     
    m0rtal, Apr 3, 2007 IP
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    Ratman2050 Well-Known Member

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    #1305
    Whoa thanks a lot.

    But I read another thread, that it isn't entirely illegal to put images, just not so they don't divert attention right?
     
    Ratman2050, Apr 3, 2007 IP
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    m0rtal Well-Known Member

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    #1306
    Not sure which thread you're referring to but go ahead if you feel it's worth it to risk your account for a few bucks :)
     
    m0rtal, Apr 3, 2007 IP
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    #1307
    I still see alot of sites doing this. I wonder if they never read the terms or just do not care. It was great when it was allowed but i would not rick being banned over it.
     
    rcj662, Apr 4, 2007 IP
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    #1308
    No... you can't do it. It's against Adsense TOS.
     
    sysop, Apr 5, 2007 IP
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    #1309
    Oh my god.. are we BACK to this AGAIN???

    IT IS OK TO PUT IMAGES NEXT TO ADSENSE! As long as you have some kind of break, something that differentiates them from the AdSense block itself.

    I even wrote to Google, asking them if this was ok. I received an email back saying that this was ok. AND.. this is nothing new, I received that email from Google over a year ago! And my site has over 6,500 members (it's a forum), and no problems from Google on this, EVER!

    So guys and gals, do do what you want, but I have been told by Google it is ok. All I did was put a simple line between the images and the ad block. It was fine with them.

    Serg
     
    Serg, Apr 6, 2007 IP
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    m0rtal Well-Known Member

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    #1310
    Don't make me pull up an e-mail from Adsense saying it is OK and then the warning I received.
     
    m0rtal, Apr 6, 2007 IP
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    #1311
    It's good that you have some positive results from your site. Just remember the TOS.
     
    Star5, Apr 6, 2007 IP
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    #1312
    Yeah... a year ago. Terms change.

    But in the end it is up to the individual to choose to read the Adsense terms or listen to some random forum member. Results may vary.
     
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    #1313
    omg this thread is so old lol

    thx for the info Serg, didn't realise just putting a line in between the ads would be acceptable, I might try this out :p
     
    James12513, Apr 6, 2007 IP
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    #1314
    The line should indicated that there are ads and the graphics is not associates with the ads.
     
    sysop, Apr 14, 2007 IP
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    #1315
    This thread really should be closed. It mixes up old and new info on how ads and pictures can be combined according to the adsense tos.

    The new info is that even a line separating ads & pictures is not good enough: can still get you banned.

    Here's what google said on this in december 2006: http://adsense.blogspot.com/2006/12/ad-and-image-placement-policy.html
     
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