TOP 7 REASONS WHY YOUR ADSENSE ACCOUNT MAY BE DISABLED BY GOOGLE
Sure, Google AdSense is an easy and convenient way to make money, but once you’re blocked by Google, it’s really goodbye to all that! Many people probably do not bother to read the conditions set forth in the Terms and Conditions of Google AdSense, and opt rather for an easy-on-me “I Agree” to whatever you say as long as the money is coming. Here we review some of the things you must not do so that you may enjoy AdSense benefits for a long time.
Reason 1: “If I click on my own ads I get more money, right?”
Wrong! If you click on your own ads and hope to fool Google, then you are definitely shooting yourself in the foot. No point asking your friends to click on your ads either or subscribing to overseas companies who do nothing else but click on AdSense ads because Google will find out and disable your account. “How’re they gonna find out?” people keep asking, but believe me, it isn’t worth your while trying to ascertain that. Google countenances that accidents may happen and excuses these occasions but clicking on your ads at the rate of 100 per minute surely cannot be reckoned as an accident!
Reason 2: “What about copying content from internet pages and passing them to Google as my original content?”
Google Page Crawler will spell the end of your account. The Page Crawler finds out those who copy protected content and disables their account. Besides, that is plagiarism and you could be sued for it. Content here refers to text, pictures, videos etc
Reason 3: “Everyone knows porn sites have great traffic, now what about putting my AdSense account to these porn pages?”
By the terms of Agreement, Porn, Hacker, Warez, Drug and Gambling sites are tagged as having ‘questionable’ or ‘banned’ content and putting AdSense on these pages means offering Google your account to be disabled.
Reason 4: “But the Google Ads are just text and are boring, well what about adding some life with pictures?”
True, Google ads are just text blocks but they must be let like that. If you are smart enough to stick up ad relevant pictures such as the picture of a laptop in an ad about laptops, then you are asking that your account be disabled
Reason 5: “And what about having more than one AdSense account?”
For some reason, some people may have more than one account and that legitimately, but for most of us we are entitled to only one AdSense account and , in truth, that is enough!
Reason 6: “But at least I can publicise my click through rates, earnings per click and impressions, can’t I?”
Sorry, for some professional reason, Google says you can’t.
Reason 7: “What about creating many no-content pages and filling them with Google Ads?”
Again this breaches the Terms of Agreement. No hard feelings, but these such accounts with not a blessed alphabet on their pages save the ads do well to be disabled.