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my adsense account has banned and have lost 160$

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  • Profile picture of the author sisatel
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    • Profile picture of the author rtailor
      Originally Posted by sisatel View Post

      Please remember the following points when you will create a new AdSence Account -
      What should one do to create a new account? Will Google not ban it again tracing the name, IP etc? Please explain the method in detail.
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    • Profile picture of the author JuicerFan
      Originally Posted by sisatel View Post

      Please remember the following points when you will create a new AdSence Account -
      1. Never Click on Your Own Ads
      2. Do Not Encourage Clicks
      3. Do Not Place Adsense on Pages With Questionable Content
      4. Do Not Publicly Disclose Information About Your Account
      5. Do Not Place More Than 3 Ad Units on Any Page
      6. Do NOT click on OP signatures or you will be ban by Google

      4. Do Not Publicly Disclose Information About Your Account

      Explain this. I dont understand. Is this only to prevent the clickbombers?
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      • Profile picture of the author GMD
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        Originally Posted by JuicerFan View Post

        4. Do Not Publicly Disclose Information About Your Account

        Explain this. I dont understand. Is this only to prevent the clickbombers?
        JuicerFan, no, this has nothing to do with clickbombing.

        Adsense account owners are forbidden from sharing information about their accounts such as how many clicks they are getting, how much per click they get, how much they are making monthly, etc. You know, "information" about what's going on in your private account.

        Clickbombing is when a person or persons goes to a website that has Adsense code on it and clicks the ads repeatedly without any actual interest in the product/advertisement or without any actual interest in realistically using the product they click through to. In other words, clickbombers do this to USUALLY make the advertiser pay more money out to Google (and maybe put them out of business so the competition can then step in and continue advertising) or, to a lesser degree, clickbombing can be used get somebody's Adsense account banned.
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      • Profile picture of the author GMD
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        Originally Posted by JuicerFan View Post

        4. Do Not Publicly Disclose Information About Your Account

        Explain this. I dont understand. Is this only to prevent the clickbombers?
        JuicerFan, no, this has nothing to do with clickbombing. It doesn't say don't share the website where your adsense code is - it says don't share information about your adsense ACCOUNT:

        Adsense account owners are forbidden from sharing information about their accounts such as how many clicks they are getting, how much per click they get, how much they are making monthly, etc. You know, "information" about what's going on in your private account.

        Clickbombing is when a person or persons goes to a website that has Adsense code on it and clicks the ads repeatedly without any actual interest in the product/advertisement or without any actual interest in realistically using the product they click through to. In other words, clickbombers do this to USUALLY make the advertiser pay more money out to Google (and maybe put them out of business so the competition can then step in and continue advertising) or, to a lesser degree, clickbombing can be used get somebody's Adsense account banned.
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    • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
      Originally Posted by sisatel View Post

      Please remember the following points when you will create a new AdSence Account -
      1. Never Click on Your Own Ads
      2. Do Not Encourage Clicks
      3. Do Not Place Adsense on Pages With Questionable Content
      4. Do Not Publicly Disclose Information About Your Account
      5. Do Not Place More Than 3 Ad Units on Any Page
      6. Do NOT click on OP signatures or you will be ban by Google
      How about the unknow? Majority of the accounts that were shut down were due to invalid clicks.

      Becareful the kind of traffic you buy.

      Not all automated link building tool should be pointed directly to your adsense site.
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      • Profile picture of the author uthrive
        It does'nt make it any easier loseing the $160
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    • Profile picture of the author discustipated
      Originally Posted by sisatel View Post

      Please remember the following points when you will create a new AdSence Account -
      1. Never Click on Your Own Ads
      2. Do Not Encourage Clicks
      3. Do Not Place Adsense on Pages With Questionable Content
      4. Do Not Publicly Disclose Information About Your Account
      5. Do Not Place More Than 3 Ad Units on Any Page
      6. Do NOT click on OP signatures or you will be ban by Google

      you can place up to 3 add content ad units and three link units on a page. Where do you get your info?
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  • Profile picture of the author ProServices
    It's really sad that Google bans accounts without any warning. Just one warning would be enough or one chance. After all, ''To err is human, to forgive is divine''

    Sometimes great companies forget about the little person.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vexo
    Give us one of the sites that had it on else we have no context.
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  • Profile picture of the author outwest
    Open a business account in a bank. Apply to adsense in the business name. Thats how tons of people open second adsense accounts
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      LOL! Someone gets dumped and more stuff flies!

      You can (and many people do) disclose a lot about
      their adsense accounts.

      I seriously think people need to actually read the adsense
      TOS to actually find out what is in them.

      So many people have heard so much junk, that over
      the time the junk becomes reality.

      I've said it many times. If people actually read the TOS,
      they would actually know what is in them.

      So anyone who think you cannot disclose anything about
      your adsense account needs to actually READ the TOS.

      It really is that simple.

      Originally Posted by GMD View Post

      Adsense account owners are forbidden from sharing information about their accounts such as how many clicks they are getting, how much per click they get, how much they are making monthly, etc. You know, "information" about what's going on in your private account.
      Half-truths are dangerous as well. Again, read the TOS.

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      • Profile picture of the author GMD
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        Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

        LOL! Someone gets dumped and more stuff flies!

        You can (and many people do) disclose a lot about
        their adsense accounts.

        I seriously think people need to actually read the adsense
        TOS to actually find out what is in them.

        So many people have heard so much junk, that over
        the time the junk becomes reality.

        I've said it many times. If people actually read the TOS,
        they would actually know what is in them.

        So anyone who think you cannot disclose anything about
        your adsense account needs to actually READ the TOS.

        It really is that simple.



        Half-truths are dangerous as well. Again, read the TOS.

        Paul
        Paul, your statement -- when quoting a portion of my previous post -- is way out of line.

        First, I never wrote that one couldn't disclose ANYTHING about their accounts. You didn't read my post carefully. Where did I write one couldn't disclose "anything" about their account?

        Per Google's TOS, I listed a few items that would be considered by Google out-of-bounds. And since you didn't include specifics to back up your claims, let me quote Google's TOS on this subject:

        "Confidentiality. You agree not to disclose Google Confidential Information without Google's prior written consent. "Google Confidential Information" includes without limitation: (a) all Google software, technology, programming, specifications, materials, guidelines and documentation relating to the Program; (b) click-through rates or other statistics relating to Property performance in the Program provided to You by Google;"

        When reading this portion of Google's TOS -- and comparing it to what I've written -- they both agree with each other.

        I accurately stated that persons SHOULD NOT DISCLOSE information in their accounts relating to performance and financials. Again, you seem to have it stuck in your head that people are saying you can't disclose ANYTHING. Nobody wrote that.

        Google's phrasing in it's TOS is broad and pretty much subject to Google's interpretations; therefore, with so many accounts getting banned, why risk releasing any financials about your account publicly (except perhaps what you're accurately making in total, on average, from one's monthly Adsense activities). Better safe than sorry rather than get caught or reported to Google publicly disclosing information that Google may not want you to (or disclosing information that one Google employee on a certain day of the week feels you shouldn't).

        The only "half-truths" that come are from people who read and interpret information poorly...

        If you're going to reference Google's TOS (and encourage others to read it, too), you might want to actually quote it in your post to actually show that you know what you're talking about - and prove that you've actually read it yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by khallukhalander View Post

    my adsense account has banned and have lost 160$

    google adsense are cheaters
    Or, they are tired of whatever you did wrong & they pulled the plug.

    Couldn't possibly be your fault, right? :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author t0mmy
    lmao google adsense are cheaters, yea sure mate great story! rofl
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  • Profile picture of the author Petchonka
    He's just mad that he lost 160 bucks for being stupid.
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  • Profile picture of the author outwest
    Lets say I have an adsense account
    I post my CPC etc on this forum

    how in the world does adsense know my nickname on this forum and that this is me?
    They dont

    I dont say on a forum
    Hi My name is John Findlemyer
    My adsense account is number (*^_(*&(
    My CPC is $4 per click on average

    I mean its an anonymous board, isnt it?
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    • Profile picture of the author Buyseech
      So you have done it. The one thing that might just scar you for the rest of your life. You lost your Google Adsense account. If you have been banned, you probably know that there is a 99.99% that you will never get it back. Sorry, but that's the cold hard truth. Don't expect an explanation from the Google Adsense team as well. If you have a brother, sister or any other family member living with you that has had their account banned, you are toast as well.

      This is just a part of my blog post...feel free to read the rest here :

      Google Adsense Alternatives

      Hopefully this will monetize your traffic well, but to be completely honest, there is no equivalent PPC system to Google Adsense.

      Sincerely, Buyseech
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