Why does my Google Adsense account keep on getting Deactivated??

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  1. Jonathon Campbell profile image63
    Jonathon Campbellposted 7 years ago

    Why does my Google Adsense account keep on getting Deactivated??

    this has happened 4 times to me now.

  2. joseph merlin profile image38
    joseph merlinposted 7 years ago

    May be you don't know what mistakes you are doing....and that will be the reason of each time blocking deactivating adsense account.

    Or check hundred times before making any content either in the TOS or outside.

  3. LindaSmith1 profile image59
    LindaSmith1posted 7 years ago

    Tips for deactivation

    More than one account. You can only have one Google Adsense Account, therefore one publisher ID as given by google, no matter how many blogs, sites, or hub accounts you have.

    if you are clicking google ads, or having others do it, Google is watching you. They determine if clicks are genuine or not.  They will shut you down fast and any friend who may be making clicks on ads of your hubs, site, blog etc.

    There is lots of info online about this topic. From what I read, it is a TOS violation usually, but Google does not give you specifics. I have had Google adsense for over a year and never  had any problems.

  4. profile image0
    Serena Gabrielposted 7 years ago


    I just had mine disabled after three years for no reason.. You can read about this disgusting event at my hub, if you're interested.

    It is against their terms of service to create another account after the first one has been disabled.

    But, the company, DoubleClick, which is a Google subsidiary behind this AdSense/AdWords nightmare are not, apparently, the most honest people.  They will disable any account on a whim without having or giving any reason apart from simply wanting to steal your earnings, time and labor, especially right before quarterly fiscal reports are due.  This is what happened to me, as far as I can tell.

    It's probably better not to have anything to do with Google, inasmuch as that is even possible.  ...if for no other reason than privacy.  If you saw the news yesterday, you'll know why I say that.  They have a new privacy issue in the news a couple of times a week, it seems.


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