Safe daily amount for Google Adsense?

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Hello, I'm hitting $100 daily in revenue in one of my websites. I'm using paid traffic.

If I make 5 new sites I could have $500+ days, I just wonder that if I make that much Google will super check everything, my site, my traffic source, etc, etc. and they could just decide to close my account.

Does anybody has experience doing this? What are the best practices to avoid that? Maybe having each site in a different adsense account? Or is it safe to have them all in the same and make $500-$1000 a day?

P.S. if you never used adsense like this please do not post "fear advises". Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author fghaegele
    So long as you dont violate Google's terms of service, you shouldn't have any problems with having multiple sites on one account.

    As far as I know, there is no algorithm for checking the traffic source, with the exception of google search results. So if you are getting your traffic through email links, for example, you have no worries. There is one exception, however, and that's getting your traffic through malicious sites/bad neighborhoods. If so, your campaign will not last long - even for the one site you have up.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by fghaegele View Post

      So long as you dont violate Google's terms of service, you shouldn't have any problems with having multiple sites on one account.

      As far as I know, there is no algorithm for checking the traffic source, with the exception of google search results. So if you are getting your traffic through email links, for example, you have no worries. There is one exception, however, and that's getting your traffic through malicious sites/bad neighborhoods. If so, your campaign will not last long - even for the one site you have up.
      Once again, you people are in serious denial. Have you read the rules? Do you
      think google cannot trace an email link? Did you know email links are part
      of the TOS of adsense? Perhaps you should read the TOS, and tell people
      to do the same.

      How can you say google can't trace traffic, then tell people to not use
      bad neighborhoods? Why not use so-called bad neighborhoods if they
      can't trace it?

      Google wishes everyone would make a million a day...

      Paid traffic is perfectly acceptable if done right, by once again, reading
      the TOS.

      It's not the traffic, per se, it's the blind clicks with no intention of buying.

      Unless specific traffic sources are banned. They do spell this out.

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  • Profile picture of the author dalegolden
    How can you say google can't trace traffic, then tell people to not use
    bad neighborhoods? Why not use so-called bad neighborhoods if they
    can't trace it?
    I agree with you and I was thinking exactly the same while reading his response. That was a contradictory statement made by him. Google can trace the traffic sources of websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author sarangan
    Simple! Use some scripts or any short URL services that 100% completely hide the referrer and give that link to paid services where you buy traffic from. Then Google can't find your source. :-)

    I have experience in that and it works fine.
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  • Profile picture of the author KingRoyal
    Just remember, Google can close your account at anytime simply because they own the world so be sure that whatever you are using as far as websites are concerned to make money that the websites follow VERY CLOSELY to the Google guidelines. If not, then you could get screwed fast, like I did a long time ago haha.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Normally, if you earn more than $100 Google adsense tends to put in more
    priority to sites like that because it's their clients money.

    Google does not give a damn where your traffic comes from so long as it's
    from real human and not one bot intended to defraud their system.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Lol at Google only being able to track SERP traffic.

    If you connect your Adsense account to your Google Analytics account, Google will show you every single referring domain/URL (non-SERP traffic) that generated income & also the dollar amount those domains/URLs generated.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by Prodak View Post

    Hello, I'm hitting $100 daily in revenue in one of my websites. I'm using paid traffic.

    If I make 5 new sites I could have $500+ days, I just wonder that if I make that much Google will super check everything, my site, my traffic source, etc, etc. and they could just decide to close my account.

    Does anybody has experience doing this? What are the best practices to avoid that? Maybe having each site in a different adsense account? Or is it safe to have them all in the same and make $500-$1000 a day?

    P.S. if you never used adsense like this please do not post "fear advises". Thanks.

    You earned $100 per day, but how much are you spending per day on paid traffic to generate that $100?
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    Just be sure NOT to work against Google Adsense rules. They had banned almost 75% of the webmasters that were using it, so you should be REALLY careful!
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