One thing I always worry about with my adsense account is how am I driving traffic to my sites that have it. My question here is are these forums of advertising allowed to bring traffic to your adsense account or does it violate their TOS?
1. Backlinking bookmarking and commenting blogs
2. Sending out a tweet that links back to your page
Backlinking and tweets are fine. It's the external traffic that is more favored for clicks.
by hassam6 years ago
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by Levictus Marcus Saarith3 months ago
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by Paul Deeds5 years ago
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by Geraldine H5 years ago
My application got disapproved. What should I do?
by johndwilliams2 years ago
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