I keep losing My Google Adesne Accounts?

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This has been my third ad-sense account that has been disabled and I have no idea why. Google has the worst support team ever, so I can not contact them. I only put ads on my blogs that only get free organic traffic. Is there a good alternative to Google Adsense for CPA. Has anybody else been through my experience. Square if google adense has face, I would attempt to shoot it !!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Ladlee
    http://www.warriorforum.com/ad-netwo...ernatives.html

    I haven't looked into any of the sites on the list, It's just the first thread that popped up when I searched.

    Do a quick search for "adsense alternatives" (or hop over to the ad networks section) and you should find plenty of information.

    Hope this helps,
    Later.
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  • Profile picture of the author Will Edwards
    Two things:

    1. If you show the url it may be possible to discern why
    2. You would do better to post this in the Adsense forum

    Will
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  • Profile picture of the author svk_hereiam
    Google only allows 1 adsense account per person. I am sure they are able to track that your accounts are related
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  • Profile picture of the author elexmedia
    Recently, there's a new WSO that talked about Adsense banned. Maybe you could learn from it...

    For an alternative for Adsense, Clicksor & Adbrite will be the best option. I've seen a lot of internet marketers use both of these in addition of Adsense.

    Another alternative is BuySellAds. With BSA, you could sell your adspace easily. It's a direct media buying, so you would be paid monthly not per clicks.
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  • Profile picture of the author SteveFox
    Humm strange. I had AdSense for an year now and never had any problem.
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  • Profile picture of the author samkap
    Been there and done that buddy! Welcome to the evil world of Google! You can get google love, but you have to know the deep deep secrets.
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  • Profile picture of the author pranta
    you may not have a Privacy Policy page.
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  • Profile picture of the author MaggieDavid
    Are you saying that you have opened separate Adsense accounts for each blog??

    I find your message a bit confusing. If you clarify what you have said maybe we all will be able to help you further.

    Let us know
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    • Profile picture of the author MoneyMaker96
      I use to have just one, for my YouTube videos but it was closed for someone over clicking on an ad. I contacted Google about it and never got a reply back. So I made another account for blogs this time, then it got closed. At the time I didn't know using TE sites to get traffic to your site was against Google's term and conditions. I didn't attempt to appeal that time, I just made another account. Now that account is closed, so I sent in the appeal form because I really do not want to make another account.
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