Why my google adsense account was only 2 weeks on the lid with the reason invalid clicks?
Help me, today I received an email from google adsense which stated that my new account asense age of 2 weeks in the lid with the reason invalid clicks, I do not understand, because I'm very sure have never committed fraud by deliberately or accidentally clicking on google ads , please, please how do I restore my rights after working hard to write original articles, I was hoping for help from you all the hubbers and I would really appreciate it ...
If you are certain that you were not clicking on your own adverts, you can appeal to Google. If what you are saying is true, then they will reinstate your account, as the support apsect to Google Adsense is very reliable. The email you received should give you instructions as to how to appeal. Just write in perfect English, be polite and state you case and you have a very good chance of getting your account back. Good Luck!
The best you can do is send an email through that google email informing you of invalid clicks and how you used the account.
If not remade the account that is most likely not despair if you create another account to use google adsense.
They have become very hard as the clicks made ??by the owner himself in the ads. The system is well
Hai My thing
I can understand your bad situation.
It is very difficult to predict the reason for your account disable. The invalid clicks can be made by your friends or enemies. If you are genuine regarding this issue, you can go for appeal.
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