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My Story - Adsense Ad Serving Disabled to My Site

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by timothy565, Jan 8, 2017.

  1. timothy565

    timothy565 Newbie

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    Last month i received a message from adsense stating that ads serving have been disabled on one of my sites.They found 4 violations(Sexual Content, Scrapped Content, Violent/disturbing images, Sexual tips & so on).

    I have decided not to appeal because i personally think the probability of them removing the ban is low considering the amount of posts i have to scrutinized plus i have no idea where those violations actually occurs. Or else i'm willing to delete hundreds of articles which have ranked top of google.

    Also i learnt they will checked all of my sites for possible violations(I trust them to find). And that may put the entire adsense account in jeopardy

    So i cloned the site to another domain, and have been earning some money though small compared to the domain they banned. The new domain have zero search engine visibility.

    I thought i could opt for other alternatives to adsense, so i tried adsoptimal but i ended up earning 4cents in 7days.

    Will it be wise to do a redirect to my new domain cos it's sad to see such traffic go to waste. Will they ever found out??? What are the disadvantages for doing so??
     
  2. Neuros

    Neuros Registered Member

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    Everyone is saying adsense its not in a good mood lately and start banning without a single warning.
    I have long time trying to get an adsense approved in my country and its impossible for me to even get an answer from them no matter how many times I have applied for it.

    Basically you should be very carefull when you play with adsense.
    If you get traffic based on nudity you definetely should use redirection.

    I used to redirect the traffic from a free blog I got from wordpress.
    The disadvantages for doing so is that you will lose some traffic.

    For my opinion its a good idea though.

    You shouldn't risk playing with adsense.
     
  3. SERPTurbo

    SERPTurbo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You could've kept the site and simply used a different ad network to monetize the content? Just search for "adsense alternatives" in Google and see how many results come up...
     
  4. se900se

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    there's bunch of ad networks that you can use with less stricter rules than adsense
    but your site has to be of good quality and with a good volumes of traffic, better if IAS filtered
     
  5. vkblogger

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    if u have wordpress u can easily autofilter all content