Reasons For AdSense Ban - The truth about your banned AdSense account

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This slide explanation reveals the 17 reasons for an AdSense ban (and how to work around Google to monetize the empty spaces on your blog or website)...

This slide explanation reveals the 17 reasons for an AdSense ban (and how to work around Google to monetize the empty spaces on your blog or website)...

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  • 1. Reasons For AdSense Ban The truth about your Banned AdSense accountwww.marketing-ideas.org
  • 2. This presentation is brought to you by: Markus Allen Founder www.marketing-ideas.orgSpecializing in online marketing advice for small business marketers www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 3. 17 ways to get your AdSense account banned and how to work around Google to monetize the empty spaces on your blog or websitewww.marketing-ideas.org
  • 4. AdSense click fraud Obviously, Google bans your account for clicking on your own adswww.marketing-ideas.org
  • 5. AdSense "click rings Joining a group of "clickers" is easy for Google to detect and getting banned is a certainty.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 6. Click incentives Paying your visitors with incentives to click on your AdSense ads is a surefire way to get your AdSense account banned.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 7. Above-the-fold adsIf your visitors screen only shows ads(while your content is hidden "below thefold" of their monitor), you run a high riskof getting your AdSense account banned.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 8. Displaying AdSense ads in mobile apps Google acquired mobile-ad matchmaker AdMob, but shut it down just months after the purchase. Google directs app makers to switch to AdSense, but its against Googles Terms of Service to place their ads in mobile apps.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 9. Showing too many ads Its against Googles rules to show more than 3 content units plus 3 link units plus 2 search forms on a single webpage.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 10. Poor-quality content The dirty little webmasters secret is low-quality content significantly boosts their AdSense earnings. (And Google knows this.) Google bans your AdSense account when your content doesnt make the quality cut.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 11. Illegal webpage whitespace There are two VERY responsive areas on any website: - Thank you page (after a purchase or optin) - Popup (or floating ad) For some odd reason, displaying ads in these forbidden places gets your AdSense account banned.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 12. Sharing good news Google likes to keep secrets... ... And that includes your AdSense earnings. Its a BIG-time no no to publicly share your AdSense stats.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 13. Google competition If your alternative ads look anything like Google AdSense ads, Google is going to ban your AdSense account.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 14. Multiple AdSense accounts Its prudent to separate websites into its own corporate entities. And that requires different accounts for each corporation. But creating multiple accounts is a surefire way to lose all of your AdSense accounts.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 15. Made for AdSense Paying for traffic and "arbitraging" it via AdSense is a quick way to get your AdSense account banned.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 16. Code tampering Some webmasters find it easier to tweak the AdSense HTML rather than using Googles online wizard to create their ad code. Unfortunately, Google considers this a bannable offense.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 17. Unapproved language If your websites primary language isnt on their approved language list, your AdSense account is immediately banned.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 18. Improper language If your sites content continually references Googles list of "adult" or "improper" words, you run a high risk of getting your AdSense account banned.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 19. Publishing copyrighted material If your content references legally disputed material, your AdSense account could get bannedwww.marketing-ideas.org
  • 20. Duplicate contents If your sites content is published and duplicated on other websites, you run the risk of getting your AdSense account banned.www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 21. I might have some good news for you Whether youve already been banned from Google AdSense (or youre looking for AdSense alternatives), you do have options... ... Many website marketers are replacing Google AdSense with their own private advertising. John Chow did this and reportedly generates over $40,000 a month (and cuts out the middleman, too).www.marketing-ideas.org
  • 22. Solutions: How to replace Google AdSense with a better alternative I wrote an extensive tutorial on how I skipped over Google AdSense and host my own private ads. (I wish I did this when I first started online back in November of 1997). Read about my solutions right now (theres no optin or hoops to jump through): Click here to read about my life after Google AdSense...www.marketing-ideas.org