Banking Adense With NO Adsense Account - Works!

by TZ
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I get to the point of the title at the bottom here, but first I'll tell you our story with Adsense and Google.

So my wife and I ran Adsense since inception and we hit our peak last year this time. All in the finance niche and our peak was between $400-$500 a day. We were #1,2,3 for a lot of high traffic long tails.

Just when our over a decade of hard work and testing was coming to fruition, we lost all of our Adsense accounts. Of course Google never told us what it was and why - same old story.

At this point our private sites are still doing $2,500+ a month in slow season and $4500+ in the busy season. Thank god we started an SEO company last year which is the only reason I'm not out shoveling snow and digging ditches for a living. SEO company brings in $2200 a month now above the private sites. So bill still being paid.

So with the traffic we still get after the Google attack, we monetized our sites with some direct deals we still have going, and for the rest we use Media.net. Media.net makes us about 20% of what Adsense used to pay, so we thought of a better idea.

We asked some trustworthy family members and friends if they wanted to make a deal - I mean it's a deal no-one will refuse either; We build the sites, get their Adsense accounts approved, and run their Adsense. They pay us 50% of their Adsense income.

I know it sounds like they're getting a smokin' deal because they're not doing anything except cutting us a check each month, and dealing with the tax man etc., but without them we can't tap into Adsense income. Fair enough then.

The reason this works is because all paid-per-click alternatives to Adsense are quite lame. The best we've seen yet is Media.net, but it's still only 20% of what Adsense paid (on a good day). So 50% of Adsense is a lot more than Media.net.

Another good thing is you can pick choose good and decent people who deserve to be making an income from your labor. Just an idea there for people who have also lost their Adsense account(s).
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    So people are paying to get their AdSense account approved and then handled by someone who lost their own AdSense account?

    What could go wrong? :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author lifbali
    Hi man you can get an Adsense account for 20$ with ur name and approved. Just spend some time searching.
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    • Profile picture of the author Nicole Thomas
      Originally Posted by lifbali View Post

      Hi man you can get an Adsense account for 20$ with ur name and approved. Just spend some time searching.
      I won't go for such things; getting an Adsense Account is not a huge task. All you need to do is to follow their guidelines. Best advice I will give is to stay away from Bad Network and that is the reason many account gets banned.

      If you need any helped related to Adsense you can always get in touch with me; I will be really happy to assist you.

      Good Luck
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    Hey I've always like you TZ, but a person who get banned, then running more
    adsense sites, I dunno. Sounds like more crash and burn.

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

      Hey I've always like you TZ, but a person who get banned, then running more
      adsense sites, I dunno. Sounds like more crash and burn.

      Paul
      Hey Mike and Paul - yeah, you're right. We don't risk their accounts with the old sites. Tempting, but not worth the risk.

      I took an educated guess on what Google didn't like about the other sites, and steered clear. There is always a risk a of losing Adsense accounts.

      Our old sites were squeaky clean. Perfect as per the Adsense TOS. The fact that they shut us down after we had a huge traffic bump is interesting. Are they fine with it when we were picking up scraps for them, but when we were at the top of the organics we were competing with THEM. Google wants that first page to themselves. In the finance niche they make WAY more money from the their first page ads than they do from an Adsense publisher. Just a theory and my best guess.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sweersz
    Can Google really ban you from Adsense without a reason or is there more to the story?
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    • Profile picture of the author fancyworks
      It is a good idea really. But still you will need to do a entire setup like change computer, and lot of stuff.
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      • Profile picture of the author TZ
        Originally Posted by fancyworks View Post

        It is a good idea really. But still you will need to do a entire setup like change computer, and lot of stuff.
        Very little to do. Sign them up using their computers on their home IP. Set up their code on the site from their home IP. Done.

        Anyway, when you can be making another few thousand dollars a month without employees, store front, etc., it's worth some work.
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  • Profile picture of the author apollocreed
    why give away 50% when you can just register yourselves as a different entity and keep 100% of your takings?
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    • Profile picture of the author Lena Williams
      Originally Posted by apollocreed View Post

      why give away 50% when you can just register yourselves as a different entity and keep 100% of your takings?
      It's a good question and I was also about to ask the same question. Hopefully TZ will come up with a good answer.
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  • Profile picture of the author dewayneboyd
    Originally Posted by TZ View Post

    I get to the point of the title at the bottom here, but first I'll tell you our story with Adsense and Google.

    So my wife and I ran Adsense since inception and we hit our peak last year this time. All in the finance niche and our peak was between $400-$500 a day. We were #1,2,3 for a lot of high traffic long tails.

    Just when our over a decade of hard work and testing was coming to fruition, we lost all of our Adsense accounts. Of course Google never told us what it was and why - same old story.

    At this point our private sites are still doing $2,500+ a month in slow season and $4500+ in the busy season. Thank god we started an SEO company last year which is the only reason I'm not out shoveling snow and digging ditches for a living. SEO company brings in $2200 a month now above the private sites. So bill still being paid.

    So with the traffic we still get after the Google attack, we monetized our sites with some direct deals we still have going, and for the rest we use Media.net. Media.net makes us about 20% of what Adsense used to pay, so we thought of a better idea.

    We asked some trustworthy family members and friends if they wanted to make a deal - I mean it's a deal no-one will refuse either; We build the sites, get their Adsense accounts approved, and run their Adsense. They pay us 50% of their Adsense income.

    I know it sounds like they're getting a smokin' deal because they're not doing anything except cutting us a check each month, and dealing with the tax man etc., but without them we can't tap into Adsense income. Fair enough then.

    The reason this works is because all paid-per-click alternatives to Adsense are quite lame. The best we've seen yet is Media.net, but it's still only 20% of what Adsense paid (on a good day). So 50% of Adsense is a lot more than Media.net.

    Another good thing is you can pick choose good and decent people who deserve to be making an income from your labor. Just an idea there for people who have also lost their Adsense account(s).
    Come on. You at least have some hunch why you were banned. So what is it?
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  • Profile picture of the author jackrice
    get your self a new address then re-register instead of working for some one else and getting paid 50%
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    • Profile picture of the author squadron
      Originally Posted by jackrice View Post

      get your self a new address then re-register instead of working for some one else and getting paid 50%
      I think the issue would be getting paid. You would also have to set up a new bank account in that entity name, and depending on the country, that may not be an easy thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
    Originally Posted by dewayneboyd View Post

    Come on. You at least have some hunch why you were banned. So what is it?
    Its obvious from what they said in the first post that fraud was involved:
    Originally Posted by TZ View Post

    we lost all of our Adsense accounts.
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    • Profile picture of the author timpears
      Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

      Its obvious from what they said in the first post that fraud was involved:
      What did you see that I didn't? Where did you pick up the fraud issue?

      This sounds like a sweet deal to me. Wish I had something like this to support my wife when I am gone. I am not very good to begin with, and she has no idea. but when I go, she will have almost nothing as I can't get life insurance due to my medical problems. I lost everything in the housing melt down some years ago.

      I would br interested to understand how you got the sites ranked in order to generate the traffic. That has always been my most difficult job in internet marketing.
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      • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
        Originally Posted by timpears View Post

        What did you see that I didn't? Where did you pick up the fraud issue?
        This bit:
        Originally Posted by TZ View Post

        we lost all of our Adsense accounts.
        Its fraud to have more than one adsense account. You agree to that when you "sign" the "contract" with Adsense.
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        • Profile picture of the author timpears
          Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

          This bit:Its fraud to have more than one adsense account. You agree to that when you "sign" the "contract" with Adsense.
          Sorry to inform you, but owning multiple AdSense accounts is done by many. All you need is to own multiple entities, such as corporations, LLC's, you name it. In order to open up a new, second AdSense account is to create a new entity.

          No fraud was admitted by anything I saw, and obviously by what you saw either, as you are ignorant of the facts behind it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sinbad101
    you got yourself banned because you are only allowed one adsense account.
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