How To Not Get Banned From Adsense?

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Lately, I see several ppl getting banned from adsense. However, I'm planning to build some adsense sites and scale them up to make profit. I'm just afraid that I might get banned.

So how to avoid this?

1) Write some "amount" of articles to each site (how much is safe?)
2) Maximum of 3 ads per page?
3) No adult/porn context
4) Avoid clickbombing (take ads down, when some does it?)
5)....?
6)....?

Some of you might suggest me to read the Adsense TOS, but I would like to hear your opinions/suggestions about that.

Thanks
#adsense #banned
  • Profile picture of the author yukon
    Banned
    The amount of text on an Adsense page is irrelevant, I have a few thousand Adsense pages with a single sentence/description per page for my download sites, been doing the same thing for 5+ years with no problems.

    The key is not to look spammy.
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      How not to get banned from Adsense:

      Use Common Sense!
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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Yeah. The problem is people thinking how to shmooze more
        money from google.

        99% of adsense users never worry. The other 1% comes
        to the WF.

        #OccupyAdsense! Be one of the 99%

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    • Profile picture of the author Rockrz
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      The amount of text on an Adsense page is irrelevant, I have a few thousand Adsense pages with a single sentence/description per page for my download sites, been doing the same thing for 5+ years with no problems.

      The key is not to look spammy.
      Even though... it actually IS spam?

      The engines are in the business of returning relevant search results meaning they should be bringing up the actual company websites that sell the product / service...not sites that are trying to make money off of each click they get.

      I guess that's OK if you make some money, but where's the legitimate products / services???

      Are folks just trying to make money selling ebooks that explain to others how to make money selling ebooks er something?



      Originally Posted by Ant Marshall View Post

      NEVER click your own ads. Obvious but some people DO it.
      Yeah, that'd be fraud...right???
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by Rockrz View Post

        Even though... it actually IS spam?

        The engines are in the business of returning relevant search results meaning they should be bringing up the actual company websites that sell the product / service...not sites that are trying to make money off of each click they get.

        I guess that's OK if you make some money, but where's the legitimate products / services???

        Are folks just trying to make money selling ebooks that explain to others how to make money selling ebooks er something?





        Yeah, that'd be fraud...right???
        Trust me, my sites are far from being spam.

        I have download sites similar to image galleries, very little on-page text.
        • Image
        • Short text description.
        • Download link

        I have thousands of download pages & most were file request because my traffic knows I deliver.

        BTW, everything on my sites is white hat & legal, I own the rights to 100% of my downloads (content), & no they are not ebooks, lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author PhillyGalJen
    I agree with what is said above. Common sense is going to be your biggest ally in not getting banned from Google Adsense. If something that you are about to do seems wrong or you are questioning it then do not do it.

    Also reading the TOS and following it is a must. If you want to earn through Adsense you need to be play by the rules or you will be kicked out the club.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ant Marshall
    NEVER click your own ads. Obvious but some people DO it.
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    If you haven't made money online yet then just send me a PM and let's see what we can do together.

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    • Profile picture of the author fanig
      That is the main point. Just follow their terms.
      And one main common sense is make website for users not for adsense
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  • Profile picture of the author SeoKnightsInc
    One most important point dont try to game Google. Dont even click ads for testing. Google checks every click and will ban you immediately. Also try more content with uniqueness.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    Originally Posted by mandos123 View Post


    Some of you might suggest me to read the Adsense TOS, but I would like to hear your opinions/suggestions about that.

    Thanks
    "TOS? We don't need no stinkin' TOS!"

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  • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
    If you have to think twice about doing something, you can guess it probably bends the rules, which can result in a ban. Follow the rules and you will do just fine. Simple as that.
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  • Profile picture of the author tim_buchalka
    Lets face it, Google are in the business of making money right. They need adsense pages with great content to enable them to charge Google Adwords customers for their ads.

    What they don't want are low quality spammy sites because they know these are not what ANYONE wants to see.

    There is no maximum limit to how much content you produce provided the content is of a high quality and you're not ripping off someone else in the process (by copying their information).

    If you focus as much as you can on your content, making it highly relevant to your target audience, problem solving (if applicable) but something you would actually want to read, then you are very unlikely to get banned.

    In my experience banned adsense accounts are people doing shady things.

    Good luck!
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