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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

TIPS ON HOW NOT TO GET YOUR ADSENSE ACCOUNT BANNED

TIPS ON HOW NOT TO GET YOUR ADSENSE ACCOUNT BANNED



It was in March 2009 that I started using AdSense, and ever since it's been an enormous part of my blog monetization technique.

In the first 5 years I earned about 2.2 million INR just from AdSense and realized regardless of what percentage AdSense alternatives we mention, AdSense is far and away one of the simplest and therefore the highest paying ad network for any blogger.

I have already shared a number of the working tips to extend your Adsense revenue but as I discussed, Adsense is extremely strict about AdSense TOS, which suggests you've got to take care of certain things to form sure you don’t violate AdSense policies. We all know that getting Adsense approval isn't easy and that we got to do many things to stay our AdSense account active.

Recently, I got an email from the Adsense team saying that Adsense serving had been disabled on one among my sites. I realized it had been the proper time to update this post and make new AdSense publishers conscious of Adsense policies and therefore the things to avoid, which can cause an account ban.

Little out of context but since 2011, when Google launched Google Panda, they also made some major changes in Adsense quality guidelines. Especially, in 2011-2012 we noticed that a lot of Indian and Pakistani Adsense publishers had been banned thanks to copyright violation and low-quality pages. Another major reason for Adsense ban is an invalid click, which is altogether an enormous topic, and that I will cover it in another post.

Google Adsense is extremely strict about the policies which are why I removed the worldwide Translator plugin to save lots of myself from getting banned from Google Adsense.

These are the straightforward mistakes you and Adsense publisher should avoid getting themselves banned:

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  • Understand Adsense TOS and Stop Violating Adsense Policies
  • Quick things to know:
  • Understand Adsense TOS and Stop Violating Adsense Policies
  • Invalid Clicks


This is how maximum Adsense accounts get into the zone. Most publishers who start with Adsense usually ask their friends to click on ads or click on their ads from different IP addresses. If the Adsense team detects any such activity, they put your account within the ‘disabled mode’ to safeguard their advertisers.

Also, many new publishers ask their readers to click on ads, which is additionally discouraged by Adsense as stated in their program policies.

Using Adsense on an unsupported language blog

At the time of writing, Google doesn’t support all languages to qualify for the Adsense program. If you've got an approved AdSense account, and you're using it to point out it on a blog, the language of which doesn’t qualify as per Adsense TOS, you need to make changes ASAP. If you employ any method to form your blog multi-lingual and serve ads thereon, it is often considered a violation.

Here is the list of AdSense supported language.

Sending ads on email


Many publishers started the trend of sending AdSense adverts within the e-mail, and sometimes it goes viral. Google finds it against the program policies.

Advertisement label

Many publishers started using tricks like “Click here”, “Click to ascertain hot babe, etc., which encouraged clicks. Encourage clicks? Oh, time to look at point 4.

You use pop-up scripts to point out Adsense in the pop-up and readers need to click thereon to read the content? Another BIG NO.

Competitive contextual advertisement

Make sure you don’t use the other contextual advertising program. Let Google Adsense be your one and only favorite advertisement program. Though for monetization, you'll use many other ad networks. Here are some which I even have used, and that they suit Adsense TOS.

Altering the Adsense code

So you are a programmer? It doesn’t matter. Changing your Adsense code in any way isn't permitted by Google.


Shading with Image: Placing Google Adsense Image ad unit with the adjacent image is often an excellent and smart move, but guess what? Do it and Google AdSense might ban you. Google TOS doesn’t allow the utilization of shading your AdSense image ads with the adjacent image.

Read a few more from the official Google page
Meanwhile, does one know a man named Aaron sued Google AdSense for banning his account? Read the interesting Aaron story here.

Hosting Copyright content

If you're running Adsense on a site that distributes copyright content like Movies, songs or the other files, you're presumably to urge a moment ban. Adsense doesn’t allow putting Adsense on the location that distributes copyright stuff.

Linking to the location that distributes illegal and copyright content

This is something that I need to realize in 2012. This is also the most important reason why most sites are becoming the Adsense ban. If you're linking to sites like (streaming movie), illegal or pirated software, Keygen sites, your AdSense serving could be disabled for that specific site. Here is that the other sort of content, which isn't allowed for Adsense sites:

  • Porn, adult material
  • Violent content
  • Racial content
  • Hacking/Cracking
  • Gambling/Casino
  • Pages selling Drugs, Alcohol (Beer or hard alcohol)
  • Pages selling Weapons and ammunition
Distribution of course work. Eg: Student Essays

These are just examples. There could be many more. So, you ought to avoid putting any such content on your blog or a minimum of avoiding serving Adsense on those pages.

Paid Traffic

If you're buying traffic for your AdSense enabled sites, it’s not permitted consistent with AdSense TOS. Also, consider reading Adsense landing page Quality guidelines, which can offer you an ample amount of ideas on what Google expects from your pages.

Promoting your post on social media or buying traffic from quality sites isn't the violation.

Making ads look like part of the content

You are liberal to make your ads blend with the content by changing the color or size, but don’t make it look exactly like content. In below image you'll see what quite mimicking isn't acceptable:

AdSense implementation of wrong practice
Quick things to know:

Don’t make your AdSense ads sticky. Making it sticky is against the AdSense implementation policy.
Using AdSense ads on a site that curates videos from YouTube or other video hosting sites, can put your account within the ban radar. To avoid this, make sure you even have original content on your blog. A good idea is to feature 200-300 words content in your words describing the video.
Don’t place AdSense ads on 404 error pages, exit pages, log-in pages, and many thanks pages.
But if you're a victim of the AdSense ban game, ShoutMeLoud’s earlier post on AdSense alternative program is going to be very useful for you.

Tip: Use Affiliate marketing to extend your blog income.

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