Though many websites, SEO forums have mentioned that Google AdSense will not ban your accounts, people still complain about getting banned from AdSense. This is little bit surprising to me, as many bloggers told me that their AdSense was banned recently. It’s now time to play safe from our end, as we never knew the improved TOC of Google AdSense. If you have an AdSense account already, your first online task might be to check whether everything is working fine or not. AdSense has been the main source of income for many bloggers through out the world, and none of them would like a face a lifetime ban.
Why Google Suspends an Account?
If you are applying a new AdSense account, you should read my previous article on get AdSense approval within 3 days, which will surely help you to get your AdSense account approved instantly. The following article will help you to keep your account in good stead, and will guide you to keep your account away from suspension.
You might be knowing the fact that Google bans your AdSense account without prior notices or warnings no matter whoever you are, and whatever you do. Google doesn’t ban AdSense accounts without any reason, as they are very sensitive about AdSense Terms Of Conditions.
Google earns the majority of its billions from AdWords, and they don’t want to entertain any monkey business in their networks. Google doesn’t want their advertisers to feel insecure about the integrity of their program, or to feel bad about the each penny invested in AdWords. Understand the Terms of Service for AdSense, and follow them strictly. Now lets jump into the article which helps you to understand how a Google Adsense account will be banned.
You are not supposed to fool visitors into clicking on your ads by mistake, or by chance. Yes, I’m talking about overly ads, movable ads, jumping ads, or any form of ads which makes your visitors to clicks ads by mistake. Just like the below screenshot.
Click Fraud is just like it sounds. You shouldn’t click on your own ads, or getting others to click on them. Understand that Google algorithms are very intelligent and smarter than you think, and may not require much time to catch you. You cannot fool Google for much longer, as they know how it actually works for you and for them.
Made For AdSense (MFA) Sites:
Made For AdSense websites doesn’t add any value to their readers, or which have very little content in their websites These websites are created with the sole purpose of hosting ads in various pages, and make the visitors to click on ads. Always make sure to create high value informational sites for people, which can get your some money and online authority. There are many scraped or copied content websites in Internet, but not all are fortunate enough to experience the real money from AdSense. Remember that if your site has no value, it might be considered as MFA and end up with suspension.
You are not supposed to send incentivized traffic to AdSense enabled pages. This means you cannot use paid traffic such as PPC as well as traffic exchanges, to send visitors to read your content. Many people sign up for paid traffic websites, where you need to check out each others pages for traffic. Avoid these kinds of cheap techniques to get money from AdSense, as you will not be entertained for much longer.
Low Quality Websites:
Google has become smart in penalizing AdSense accounts on the basis of individual sites. If any of your websites have low quality content, autoblogging, single keyword focused sites, then confirm your Google AdSense suspension instantly. This happens to most Affiliate marketers, as they generate websites using single keyword phrases like weight loss, yeast Infections and other micro niche sites. If any of your websites fall under these categories, its better to remove them asap and focusing on quality content and authority.
Note: If you use both AdSense and AdWords account at a time, there is risk of getting banned in both the networks at a time. So if your AdWords account is banned, it wont take much time to ban your AdSense too. Be careful in maintaining two different accounts for your AdWords and AdSense services.
There are many types of categories and content which will get you banned from AdSense instantly. Avoid publishing pornography, hate, drugs, cheating, hacking aids, weapons, alcohol, tobacco content in your website.
According to Google AdSense TOC, you cannot use copyrighted content in your website. So don’t use content which you don’t own, or which you don’t have rights to. Many people either try to steal the data directly, or rewrite the copied content with little modifications. Both these practices should be avoided, as quality is the most important factor to rank high in Google.
Gone are the days where you can earn money from autoblogs and low quality content. Now its time to generate high quality websites and content. You have to understand the sole concept of long term approach in AdSense business, and make sure to follow the above mentioned guidelines to be successful in your online business. My personal advice to all of you is to follow few simple do’s and don’ts of Google AdSense.
- Do build websites of high quality and content.
- Build your sites using positive practises
- Build your business with sustainability strategies
- Build more websites that add value in some manner
- Don’t invest your time on short term goals like auto blogging.
- Don’t invest your time to find loopholes, as they will be resolved very quickly
- Avoid using black hat and grey hat techniques while using AdSense.
- Don’t forget about the fact of getting banned from all the AdSense enabled websites with your single low quality website.
- Don’t purposely game the AdSense system for additional clicks or views.
By following these above guidelines, I’m sure you’ll never complain about Google suspending your AdSense accounts. I hope this article will surely help you to understand the core concepts of Google AdSense Terms of Conditions, and also guide you to focus on making an online authority. Please leave your valuable comments and queries in the below section.
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