Sunday, November 11, 2007

Get Someone's Adsense Account Banned the Easy Way!

Today I was checking the money I've made from Adsense since I implemented the codes and I'm doing pretty d*mn well, when I realized my account could get banned today, tomorrow or perhaps a few hours from now, without me doing anything at all. It's so easy to get someone's Adsense Account banned!
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How? Not much of a carefully thought plan really. Someone, perhaps a fellow blogger or a complete stranger can simply scrape your Publisher ID and place it a website that violates the TOS of Google. Worst, these good for nothing "adsense account killers" will click on the ads over and over again. Then you get the blame for using your adsense codes on prohibited websites. See how easy it is for others to get your adsense account banned? Definitely, not until you get your hard earned money from Adsense, you can't relax (more especially if you are earning way too good)! In simplest terms: Your Adsense Account is not safe! Of course if you get banned you can always beg google for account reinstatement and go through the process wherein you are the victim, the suspect and at the same time the lawyer, as against the respondent, and at the same the judge- Big G! More or less the outcome is predictable.

Well, I am waiting for the time when google will make it possible for bloggers to specify which sites their adsense codes will appear. This way, we know who's using another's adsense pub ID and make the Publishers stand on a more safer ground!
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Now it's possible to choose which sites your adsense codes will appear. Thanks to a fellow blogger for informing me about this. Now we could be safer. Specify which sites your adsense ads will run. Set it up now:

1. Login in to your Adsense Account
2. Go to Adsense Set-up.
3. Click Allowed Sites
4. Choose "Only allow certain sites to show ads for my account"
5. Enumerate your blogs or websites that will show your adsense ads.

6 comments:

A Blog about Nothing said...

"Well, I am waiting for the time when google will make it possible for bloggers to specify which sites their adsense codes will appear. This way, we know who's using another's adsense pub ID and make the Publishers stand on a more safer ground!" -

Um, they already do. Log in, adsense setup, allowed sites and set it up...

lady influence said...

thanks for the information.i simply ignore the that option as i thought it was for advertisers url that are allowed.thank you so much for informing me..

RollinMao said...

Good day,
your blog is very informative about the google adsense. I guess my sister falls to one of the victims. Would like to have a link exchange with you with my blog, http://www.makemoneyonlineguides.com Kindly email me @ roinmao@singnet.com.sg
Regards!
Charlie Tan

lady influence said...

Thanks for visiting RollinMAo. your sister can still appeal and even re apply for adsense. Anyway, your link is already in my blog. keep visiting..

RollinMao said...

Thanks for adding, lady influence. But can I request for some changes? The title is "Make Money Online Guides" and the URL is "http://www.makemoneyonlineguides" Sorry to be so troublesome! Should you need to change anything, please let me know too.
Thanks for the advice on my sister's incident. But I was thinking that only 1 account are allowed for 1 physical address. So she was terminated so was her address?
Regards
Charlie Tan

lady influence said...

changes are already implemented rollin.. thanks..

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