I have quite a few referrals on here and on Webanswers - I therefore get some impressions from these referrals on Google Ads - which is great. However, what if one of these referalls abuses the system by inviting all his friends to click on all his ads - and this just happens to coincide when my adsense ID appears? I guess I could lose my account, but would be able to successfully appeal?
Should I mitigate this by not tying to get any more referalls?
I think the chances of it happening are fairly slim - and you should be able to win any appeal as the clicks would not be on your content as such etc..
Personally I would not worry... unless you are encouraging the less nice of our web brethren to sign up here on HP..
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