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Discussion in 'AdSense' started by VisionMaster, Jan 16, 2009.

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    what do you think about this TRICK ??

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    against TOS ?? or not ?
    SEMrush
     
    VisionMaster, Jan 16, 2009 IP
    SEMrush
  2. Acroplex

    Acroplex Well-Known Member

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  3. french-webbie

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    #3
    I like the top one on the side of the site logo which tells you what to do :D

    The "tutorial" ad section with pics on the side seems to be completely against the rules.
     
    french-webbie, Jan 16, 2009 IP
  4. arramuse

    arramuse Active Member

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    #4
    Must Be Included Some Contents,

    that's Look like the MFA Sites, and google Hate MFA..
     
    arramuse, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    #5
    I think its against AdSense TOS. Its an old method of increasing CTR by placing ads next to images. Better not take the risk.
     
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  6. DeanJames

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    #6
    Small images aligned with the ads is against TOS. I see there is a dividing line on the above example. How far an image has to be away from the ads and what constitutes adequate measures to be considered within TOS is something only Google can advise. I would not recommend doing this. I have seen examples where large pictures are put next to the ad blocks on high volume sites..

    - Dean
     
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    dolin88 Banned

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    #7
    it's against tos since it said "popular tutorials" and there is no tutorial but ads.
     
    dolin88, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    diabloroxx Well-Known Member

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    #8
    Definitely against the TOS...
     
    diabloroxx, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    tendulkar2 Banned

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    #9
    It's definitely violating the adsense TOS... adsense don't allow to place ads next to images.
     
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    lifeplayer Notable Member

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    #10
    It is against adsense TOS.
    It will be OK if you remove the pic beside the adsense ads
     
    lifeplayer, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    #11
    It is not only the pictures, this placement with the title is misleading which is against google rules.
     
    yutonggu, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    #12
    You don't want your ads to be blend with with your content. You'll want to have your ads stand a little bit.
     
    SGBoise, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    #13
    It is against adsense TOS. And i think you don't want to get banned from Google adsense ?
     
    henryjamez, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    farhajr Well-Known Member

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    #14
    i earlier saw a letter from a guy where google responded him back saying its ok to place images along with ads but there should be some content or something like border separating it so that it doesn't mislead... I posted a thread earlier on that here in dp some where!
     
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    #15
    it's misleading so it's against the TOS
     
    HardKore, Jan 16, 2009 IP
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    #16
    This is purely misleading and do not this kin do of things.
     
    sanjeewamad, Jan 17, 2009 IP
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    #17
    Are you still in Adsense program?
    I mean, Adsense did not banned you yet?

    This is against Adsense TOS.
     
    ZlatkoAntic, Jan 17, 2009 IP
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    nhc1987 Notable Member

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    LOLz you will be banned soon
     
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    downloadthenet Active Member

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    #19
    I'd say you're just asking to get banned on that one.
     
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  20. lycos

    lycos Well-Known Member

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    #20
    Although having a border to separate between the images and the ads, that doesn't guarantee google will like it. To be on the safe side, space them up a little bit.
     
    lycos, Jan 17, 2009 IP