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Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by hereiam, Oct 30, 2005.

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    www.president2005.com

    even i complained to google, still showing ads with
    "We request you to click 'Ads by Google' to support this online project."
    SEMrush
    I have stopped my adword campaigns.....
     
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  2. Old Welsh Guy

    Old Welsh Guy Notable Member

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    I reported this also.
     
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    kandeman Peon

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    #3
    maybe i'm mistaking but i don't see google ads.
    Have they been removed or am i really blind? :)
     
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    DPTony Peon

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    Yes they are gone for me also lol
     
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    lorien1973 Notable Member

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    they are ther,e you have to go to a news page to find em.
     
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    Jafar Calley Peon

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    I seriously don't think they'll be a part of the program much longer.
     
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    dzcap Well-Known Member

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    Spend more time on your sites, not reporting people. They'll probably get caught when they reach $100 anyway.
     
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    This is a strange statement coming from someone who has openly posted threating comments to other forum members about reporting them to Google.

    Generally I would concur, but first, it seems a bit hypocritical coming from you; and secondly, a site owner violating the TOS gives all publishers a bad name to some extent, not counting the fact that they're ripping of AdWords customers by posting such comments.
     
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    I just clicked "Ads By Google" like they said, and reported them ;-)

    K
     
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  10. mcfox

    mcfox Wind Maker

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    Subtle ...
     

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    #11

    Your post comes right after mine, I hope you're not referring to me.
     
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    DeluxeEdition Active Member

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    It seems to be more and more common or I'm noticing it more I don't know which. For example - carcomplaints.com/Pontiac/Grand_Am/1994/index.shtml
     
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    aeiouy Peon

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    #14
    Why don't you worry about your sites and stop bothering people who are trying to protect their business?

    It probably took them less time to report that site than it took you to make this post.
     
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    It's so funny how some people try to discourage others from reporting AdSense policy violations. Why do they feel so threatened? Why are they so paranoid? It sure seems like they have something they want to hide or protect from being found out by Google. It isn't like there is an automated system that turns complaint into account suspension. A real human being has to go check out the alleged violation and then determines proper course of action.
     
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    dzcap Well-Known Member

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    It is just an opinion, there is nothing to hide. They audit accounts before processing payment anyway, how would you get away with anything? And it's not an automated system but the more reports there are, the more chances of a mistake happening. Would you want your revenue stopped for a week or more because someone reported you and an employee misunderstood the report?
     
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    Roman Buffalo Tamerâ„¢

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    They are all new sites and I'm sure they will be banned before they get thier first cheque.

    You should remove the live links from your post as not to promote them.
     
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    dzcap Well-Known Member

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    Hmm... I didn't create links but it turned them into links automatically. Oh well.. Now I can't even edit them. It doesn't matter because the pages will probably go away pretty soon as all scammer pages do.

    What's wrong with the second one is that there is actually no content. If you actually read the block of text, it's just a nonsensical gibberish. It isn't some text written by a guy with bad grammar. It's computer generated block of text and that's not content. This is not much better than keyword stacking but doing it in a more deceptive manner.

    The third one is a tricky one. If you look closely AdSense link unit is carefully disguised as a Main Navigation. That's a big no no.
     
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    "hxxp://sslliimm.blogspot.com"

    I've never seen anything so ludicrously blatent as that! It's so rediculous it's almost funny... if it wasn't such a blatent misuse of the adsense.

    Plus, the page is generated my some other site... that has bugger all on but a link back this this one. Hmm.
     
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