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Advise - Solution Adsense disabled blogs

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by wickedguy, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. wickedguy

    wickedguy Supreme Member

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    Hi guys. At last I found a solution for adsense disabled blogs/sites/domains, whatever you call them. I am able to display adsense on mine after a ban!

    I just wonder if it will be profitable making this solution available, or will I shoot myself in the foot. I'm so afraid the plan will leak out and then google will know about it.

    What do you guys think?:crazy:
     
  2. wickedguy

    wickedguy Supreme Member

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    40 views, no replies. I guess I'm the only person having adsense disabled on my site. hehe
     
  3. ericfishermans

    ericfishermans Newbie

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    I assume it's either a fake account or one of your friends or family..
     
  4. RankGeek

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    Wickedguy, I had AdSense disabled on by Blogspot blog, and my Google Account conked off with it too. I signed up with a separate account, and have been displaying ads on the same site for years! Haven't had a problem - or probably i've just been lucky ;)
     
  5. wickedguy

    wickedguy Supreme Member

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    Nope! Wrong answer! Sorry mate!
     
  6. wickedguy

    wickedguy Supreme Member

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    Not talking about blogspot blogs. I'm referring to ANY domain name where adsense has been disabled. NOT adsense disabled accounts.
     
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    I think you should keep it to yourself.
     
  8. limitbreakers

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    If you feel generous enough, please pm the details. I even tried making a new account but even that was disabled. As of now I have clue what so ever. A help at this stage would be highly appreciated.
     
  9. wickedguy

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    I've send you a PM :)
     
  10. mikeoff

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    Please PM me your method also. I'd like to test it on my adsense sites. Thanks in advance.
     
  11. wickedguy

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    Sorry guys, I think I will stick with this advise
     
  12. alye1

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    If adserving for specific sites was disabled and not the entire account, you can just <iframe> from another site of your own that's not been banned, easy. If are carefully enough you can continue doing this for a while...
     
  13. AnotherOne

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    My advice for you is to sell that method (not cheap) and get some decent money instead of using that on your own blog.
     
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    Even if you have a disable account (a completely death one!) you can <iframe> adsense ads from another site. Just try it, G thinks that the ads are from the enabled account, because that is what the <iframe> tag does!! Yeah, it's again G policies. But it works! You can send me a payment (like AnotherOne said)...
     
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    Just in case, you have to <iframe> the hole page or a big portion of it, where is not only the ads but a lot of other info, text, videos, etc. If you <iframe> the ad only, they will catch you... jijiji Don't forget to hit the thank button (I don't know why but every one says that... lol)
     
  16. wickedguy

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    You really think there's a market for it? I think it would be nice if I could develop a universal wordpress plugin doing the whole thing
     
  17. wickedguy

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    What will be on the page itself? By this I mean the page containing the iframe, not the framed page
     
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    You can easily target Asian countries for this technique. You can give that plugin for free in return of anything (subscription, ads etc)

     
  19. wickedguy

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    Good idea, thanks. Will look into it
     
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    You can divide your page in two, half of the content in each. But always having good content in the framed one.