Is it possible to have more than one Adsense account to the same name and address?
ok. But I have heard people say they use different Adsense accounts for different sites. Should it be they use different name and address?
Then they must be checking their online earnings on different PCs with different internet connections. Google normally finds out if someone has more than one accounts.
Google finds out about two accounts, you lose them both.
Thanks guys for your comments. I also will like to know if it is possible for two people in the same house to have Adsense account.
My friend wants to monetize his art-craft site with adsense; will that be possible? We live under the same roof and I already have an account.
Good question i've been finding an answer for myself.
If the two of you have different social security numbers and bank accounts, then yes, you will be able to live under the same roof and each have an AdSense account.
If you share a bank account, then no.
FYI , I would be very careful with this, reason is Google uses computers to catch most of the fraud and a computer is going to recognize you IP address and things like that so even though you may be following the rules the Google computer may flag you anyway then you have to fight to get reinstated. Ebay used to be notorious for closing accounts for fraud when 2 people in same house had accounts, not sure if they ever fixed it or not I don't use them anymore since they cost me almost 300 dollars a few years back.
Don't Try for another adsense account if you already having one.. If Adsense team got your two account then they will ban you for lifetime.
More than one AdSense Account per person is absolutely unacceptable for Google.Even if you put on already Google ads on your website and the clicks on them are "unusual often" your account could be banned forever.
A friend used my blog as the homepage at his internet cafe late last month and to my greatest surprise, My Adsense account got blocked for only God knows why.
Could it be the unusual often clicks that caused it? It wasn't my fault that people click on the adds... I already made an appeal but yet to have it released.
Nop.. Google will yank your ass if they discovered you have more than one account..
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