Why does google AdSense disable an account?
I've recieved an email from them telling me they've disabled my accout for an invalid activity! Please have a look on any of my hubs and give me a feed back. Thank you.
Were you advertising people to click on your ads at another site? That's usually what does it. . .
There several reasons Google will disable any account. Please visit the link for FAQ. I hope this will help you understand or find out why your adsense account was disabled.
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=57153
Invalid clicks will force Google to disable your account. Clicking your own ads will force Google to cancle your account. And as DonDWest said, telling people to click on your ads at other sites will force Google to cancle your account!
Innocent users have gotten their accounts disabled (in this case, that means users who did NOT click their own ads)
Some people get away with clicking their own ads if they were to use different computers a lot for that, if they didn't do it all of the time etc.
But that's pretty selfish and you wouldn't get away with a ton of that.
Invalid activity refers to invalid clicks on your ads. This means that either you or a friend has been repeately clicking on your Adsense adverts to boost your income. This is against the TOS in Adsense and will unfortunately have your account banned. Sorry if that is the case, you can try to appeal but it normally does not work. I have experienced this myself, not fun. Also creating another account will just have it shut down again unfortunately.
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