Are we allowed to click on a google ad on an unrelated site?
if we have a google adsense account and we happen to be on a site that does NOT have our ads on it, can we click on an interesting google ad?
(when it's from someone else's google adsense account that we do not know)
You can click on an ad on a site where you have no articles or photos or any other entities. You cannot click on any ad on HubPages. If you see an ad, you can usually figure out how to find the website and then look at the information there. On this site, there is an ad about bottled water that I may try to find through googling it. That is fine.
In fact, the person below who said that it's okay to click on his ad - violated Google Adsense TOS by practically asking you to click on his ad.
This is serious business - this isn't a game. If you have an adsense account - losing it for something stupid like clicking on the moron's ads below gets you out of adsense FOREVER.
If it's not your website then i don't see the problem. It's fine if it's not your adsense ads that are being clicked on.
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