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Adsense site banned, plan on redirecting site to a different url

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by AnneBoleyn, Jun 4, 2013.

  1. AnneBoleyn

    AnneBoleyn Newbie

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    Hey. So my main site got banned on adsense. I plan on redirecting that traffic from that site, to a different url so that I will still be able to make money. I was issued 2 warnings about having mature content on my site. It was some celebs who were caught naked, but I made sure to blur out their private parts, but apparently this was still considered mature content. I removed the content completely, then got a second warning for another page with mature content. I really value my adsense account, so I deleted ALL my content and decided to start from fresh. This wasn't too hard for me to do, considering the majority of my traffic comes from referrals and not search engines. No prob. Then the adsense bot or whoever is out to get my site, started moving to my VIDEO section of my site. And I had a video about midgets that apparently was copy righted? FML. At this point I was like, okay they are seriously just trying to find anything. And this time, the video got my site banned. Not my account. I get about 20,000 unique visitors a day from Brazil, so we are trying to just seek out our own advertisers, but in the mean time we would still like to use adsense. I know it's not the safest idea, but has anyone redirected a banned adsense site to a new url and gotten away with it for a while?
     
  2. jonthewiz

    jonthewiz Registered Member

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    Don't try and cheat the big G- they always find out in the end. Trust me, I've been there before.
     
  3. scorpion king

    scorpion king Senior Member

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    You gonna monetize your new site with adsense? If its so there is a huge chance you loose that adsense account as well. If you have adult content try some other monetizing ways. Like CPA, affiliate marketing etc.,
    If you redirect G know where your visitors comes from.
     
  4. mike33

    mike33 Junior Member

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    You'll get banned again, it's not worth it, better find something else.
     
  5. AnneBoleyn

    AnneBoleyn Newbie

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    so should I just not redirect?
     
  6. imperial444

    imperial444 Elite Member

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    They normally like only organic traffic, so no needs on redirection, they won't count it as a good traffic anyways. Try to use it on your own with CPA offers. Forget about the AdSense.