Google Adsense Account Suspended - Can I register a new one?

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I started a blog 2 years ago and I put google ads and left it because I was too busy with my other projects.

Now that I'm ready to use adsense again in a new website and logged it, I found out that my adsense was suspended (violation to the policies). My old blog did it. LOL ...

Can I get my adsense account reactivated? How can I do it?

If reactivating it is not possible, can I register a new account?

All answers would be highly appreciated.

Thank you very much!
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  • Profile picture of the author dvduval
    Not easily, and probably not on the same domains. You could potentially use a friend or relative's credentials.
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    • Originally Posted by dvduval View Post

      Not easily, and probably not on the same domains. You could potentially use a friend or relative's credentials.
      This is doable. I can use my wife's credential.

      I can use 2 or more blogs in one account right? How can I avoid from getting banned again?
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      • Profile picture of the author sunray
        Originally Posted by globalwritersdirect View Post

        This is doable. I can use my wife's credential.

        I can use 2 or more blogs in one account right? How can I avoid from getting banned again?
        Note that Google has also suspended your postal address, so that cannot be used as well. That applies even to persons that do not share the same surname with the owner of the suspended account.
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      • Profile picture of the author MarketingGuru123
        Originally Posted by globalwritersdirect View Post

        This is doable. I can use my wife's credential.

        I can use 2 or more blogs in one account right? How can I avoid from getting banned again?
        Nope - you will have the same address and IP etc. You can not do it very easily
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  • Profile picture of the author dennismw
    I found this online....it might work

    "Write to Google to explain that you have not violated their Terms of Service. Keep your tone pleasant and offer to provide evidence to show that any clicks on your site are legitimate. Grovel a bit if necessary and ask for a human review. Google will ask you for information before they consider your appeal.

    Provide the information requested by Google about your publisher ID, website URL, the source of your traffic, your site's audience and any other relevant information. This will show Google that you are serious about your appeal.

    Collect evidence of the reasons for the suspicious clicks that have led to the Adsense ban. Sometimes a surge in traffic can look suspicious, but if one of your pages has featured on Digg that is a possible explanation. Server logs can also show whether traffic is valid, so keep a backup of these.

    Continue to write to Google every couple of days. Ask for updates on the review process and include more evidence which will support you case for having Google lift the ban on your Adsense account.

    Wait for a decision. It may take up to 30 days to get a decision on the Adsense ban. If you have provided enough evidence of your innocence, once the decision is made you will get a letter from Google that your appeal has been successful."
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    • This is a good idea but I think I'm going for opening a new account using other person's credentials.

      Thank you for your input.

      Originally Posted by dennismw View Post

      I found this online....it might work

      "Write to Google to explain that you have not violated their Terms of Service. Keep your tone pleasant and offer to provide evidence to show that any clicks on your site are legitimate. Grovel a bit if necessary and ask for a human review. Google will ask you for information before they consider your appeal.

      Provide the information requested by Google about your publisher ID, website URL, the source of your traffic, your site's audience and any other relevant information. This will show Google that you are serious about your appeal.

      Collect evidence of the reasons for the suspicious clicks that have led to the Adsense ban. Sometimes a surge in traffic can look suspicious, but if one of your pages has featured on Digg that is a possible explanation. Server logs can also show whether traffic is valid, so keep a backup of these.

      Continue to write to Google every couple of days. Ask for updates on the review process and include more evidence which will support you case for having Google lift the ban on your Adsense account.

      Wait for a decision. It may take up to 30 days to get a decision on the Adsense ban. If you have provided enough evidence of your innocence, once the decision is made you will get a letter from Google that your appeal has been successful."
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    I would recommend against it.

    Sure, you can trick or use other unethical methods to get an adsense account; but they don't want you.

    It's kind of like being kicked out of a restaurant.

    If someone threw you out while you were eating dinner; would you ever want to go back?


    Just my $.02
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonl70
    I doubt it will be as simple as using your wife's info.. this wouldn't work for long with paypal, ebay or craigslist - I'm pretty certain google is just as sharp when it comes to detecting this.

    Do some research on browser fingerprinting to get an idea of what you'll need to do.. it's way more then simply cookies..
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  • If that's the case, then I think adsense would be my last choice. Any other adsense like companies where I can sign up?
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  • Profile picture of the author backlinkmasters
    Hello! This same thing happened to me where I violated the terms (I didn't know traffic exchanges did this! Woops!). Well i appealed and I didn't get to recover my account, and I do believe you cannot make another one. You could still try to make another one, I'm not sure what they have on record that would let them recognize that your old account was banned. Best of luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Niko A Berezkin
    A good friend of mine got his Adsense account suspended. Tried using his wife, his sister in-law, his mum, his dad..... all are rejected. Google are really good at tracking the links.
    You cannot use the same i.p. you cannot use the same computer MAC address. You cannot use the same postal address. But yes, of course you can sign up as your wife, parents, or even LLC. Use a VPS, new or existing (not yours or that has been accessed from your computer EVER) gmail account. Never put your code on the sites that had the old code. You can apply or just google "buy Adsense account" funny that.
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesColin
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    As others said it is possible but by changing all infos. Personally after they closed my 9 years old account last july and I tried to communicate with the monkeys working there, I finally decided that adsense can go to hell and since then I'm focused on increasing my affiliate income. Not an easy road I've found, being quite new to IM, but doable with time and dedication. At least with affiliate marketing I'll have more choice not like in PPC networks where adsense rules them all.
    And by the way I hope adsense goes way down in their marketshare, and more and more advertizers go to other ad networks, we'll see how that goes, quite unlikely, but who knows..
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  • Just change your domain and your address use a free domain from 000webhost it worked for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Miguelito203
    Originally Posted by globalwritersdirect View Post

    I started a blog 2 years ago and I put google ads and left it because I was too busy with my other projects.

    Now that I'm ready to use adsense again in a new website and logged it, I found out that my adsense was suspended (violation to the policies). My old blog did it. LOL ...

    Can I get my adsense account reactivated? How can I do it?

    If reactivating it is not possible, can I register a new account?

    All answers would be highly appreciated.

    Thank you very much!
    Google adsense isn't the only adsense network out there. You could try Bidvertiser or something like that.

    Joey
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  • Profile picture of the author khooster1
    Simply no chance of reviving the account. Google is strict on this.
    Start a new adsense account with different identify(name, etc) and also the mailing address(this is very important, lots people miss out this point).
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  • Profile picture of the author clever7
    There is no hope to have your account back ever, even if you'll give them numerous explanations and you were a victim of hackers. They don’t care.

    They will never give you another chance.

    I wasted my time giving explanations without any result in the end.






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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    Move on and find better ways to monetise your sites. AdSense is for newbies.
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