It’s easy to approve an AdSense account. But what’s more difficult is protecting your AdSense account from being banned. Usually, with some good posts and little page views, it is very easy to get approval for an AdSense account, but after getting approval it becomes very difficult to retain and earn. In most cases, an AdSense publisher gets banned or disabled within a short period of time due to not knowing the AdSense policy or not knowing the proper rules for using AdSense ads. As you know, once an AdSense account is banned or disabled, that account is not recoverable.
Adsense approval is followed by a few rules when comes to being, but thousands of rules have to be followed to keep adsense from being banned or Disabled. If these rules are not followed properly, the AdSense team will Ban the AdSense account at any time without notice to you. For that, it is easy to approve an AdSense account, but it is more tricky to keep an AdSense account.
Only those of you who have previously banned or disabled your AdSense account has realized this problem. My own AdSense account was banned a long time ago. I had about $ 190 deposit on my AdSense account at that time. I could not withdraw any money from my account because of an AdSense account ban. I have contacted the Google AdSense team several times to retrieve my banned AdSense account but they have not returned my AdSense account. You also know that once a website’s AdSense account is banned, no new AdSense account is approved again with that website. That is, once a blog is banned, it again closes the path to AdSense approval.
In today’s post, we will discuss some of the main reasons why an AdSense account is Banned. Also, discuss how to prevent an AdSense account from becoming Banned or Disabled. In addition, following the Google AdSense guidelines, I will explain the full reason why Q-based AdSense account is banned and how to protect it from being disabled.
Why is AdSense Account Banned?
Before we begin with the main topic, let me clear you that all sorts of cleverness to avoid getting your hard-earned AdSense account banned and that you need to use AdSense by following the full AdSense guidelines. Because Google is so smart and intelligent now.
Google AdSense uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) for its advertising analysis. So Google will easily identify any type of illegal tricks you use to increase your income. An AdSense account is usually banned for the following reasons.
1. Invalid Click
Most AdSense accounts are Banned or Disabled due to Invalid Click. Most new AdSense publishers try to increase revenue by clicking on their own ads on their blogs. In this case, many people change their IP address through VPN and click on their own advertisement. Also, encourage your friends to click on the blog ad. You think AdSense will not understand this and your income will increase. I caution you that AdSense account will be banned soon if you do so. Thousands of AdSense accounts are being disabled every day because of Invalid Click.
Also, note if any visitor to your blog is clicking on the ad regularly. Because someone may have intentionally clicked on your blog ad in bulk, your AdSense account may have been banned. In many cases, some people do this to violently disable AdSense. If you face such problems, please inform the Google Adsense team via email as soon as possible. Then AdSense will read your email and understand it without banning the account.
2. Invalid Activities
Invalid Activities is another big reason why an AdSense account is banned. There are many things about invalid activities. If you repeatedly visit your blog post, it will also be considered invalid activities. Also, if you try to increase the pageview automatically using some kind of software, that will be invalid activities. In addition, any kind of paid traffic in exchange for paid page impressions will be considered invalid activities.
3. AdSense code Change
The code that Google AdSense offers for advertising shows can never be changed. Because changing the AdSense code is completely contrary to the AdSense rules. There are some people who convert AdSense code and change ad design. Be aware that Google will ban your AdSense account at any time if you do so.
4. Copyright Content
Most of the time, before Google Adsense approval, everyone shares on unique article blog. However, after the approval of AdSense, the content of the blog/website is more focused on the income rather than the importance. As a result, he does not write unique articles and Copy content from various blogs and shares his blog. As a result, he does not write unique articles and steals articles from various blogs. By doing this, Googlebot easily identifies copyright content and reports it to AdSense.Moreover, when the actual owner of the copyright content reports your blog content to Google and reports about the use of AdSense on copyright content, the AdSense team will at that moment permanently banned your AdSense account.
5. Insufficient content
you know, the Google AdSense Team has canceled the AdSense ad usage policy for 2018 This allows you to use as many ads as you want on your blog. At the same time, Google Adsense Team has made it clear that the more you use the ads, the more you use the ads, the content is not higher than the content. Because of this, many AdSense accounts are banned as more ads are used in less content.
6. Use of ads in inappropriate places
In order to increase AdSense CTR, most AdSense publishers cleverly place advertising code on inappropriate content of their content. eg: placing an ad near the download link and clicking on the download link above or download the interesting feature. By doing this, a reader is wrongly encouraged and clicks on the ad. This increases the number of clicks on AdSense. Google AdSense has declared such Activity completely invalid.
7. Other Ads Usage
8. Illegal content
In addition to copyrights, there are many other types of illegal content that Google never approves of sharing online. As you may have noticed a little better, you can see that there are many good movie sharing sites online that are very popular and have a lot of visitors to their blogs. However, there are no adsense ads on that website. Because such websites are illegally shared without the permission of the movie owner. As a result, Google does not allow AdSense for these.AdSense account may be banned if any such illegal content is used after approval of AdSense on the website. Illegal content contains the following.
- Pornography and Adult Content.
- Vengeance issues.
- Racial Obstruction.
- Hacking and cracking.
- Gambling and gambling quarters.
- Promotion of drugs, alcohol.
- Weapons and Weapons.
- Student learning is wrong.
- Child Hazardous Content
9. Unsupported Language
Never use Adsense in blogs/websites of languages that do not support Google AdSense. However, nowadays there is no problem with language support due to adsense support in almost all languages. However, if you are blogging in another language, you should check if your desired language supports AdSense. Moreover, That’s it has become very Unnecessary as it requires every blog to be approved for AdSense usage.
10. Other Reasons to Get Banned AdSense Account
In addition to all the above, you need to be more careful when using AdSense. If you do not adhere to all the AdSense rules and regulations, you will not be able to make your AdSense account secure. Your AdSense account may be banned for the following reasons, excluding the above:
- Use of AdSense for Blog / Website Popup
- Use Sticky ads in the sidebar or elsewhere.
- Ad code placement on unapproved blogs (new update 2019).
- Using ads on a previously banned blog.
- Advertising use on login pages, welcome pages, and 404 error pages.
Protect AdSense from Being Banned – Pro Tips
you already know from the top 10 main reasons to become an AdSense account banner, what do you need to do to protect your AdSense account from being banned? In addition to the above, some additional security needs to be taken to secure an AdSense account. If you follow all the steps to keep your AdSense account safe, your AdSense account will never be banned.
Now we will discuss the question based on Google AdSense self-directed, what are you doing to your AdSense account safe and secure?
- I accidentally clicked on my blog ad! Will there be any problem with it?
- Google AdSense says an AdSense publisher does not have permission to click on its own blog ad. However, if we make a mistake twice or two, we will look at it in another way. But if you repeatedly click on your ad it will not be accepted and the AdSense account will be banned.
- What do I do if someone intentionally clicks repeatedly on my blog ad?
- In this case, first, you need to research how your blog’s ad is being clicked or viewed. Investigate the causes of invalid clicks from Google Search Console, Google Analytics and other media for research. Report the investigated traffic through the AdSense Form to the AdSense team. They will verify your concern and check your safety. Additionally, you can notify the Google AdSense team of blocking the desired invalid IP.
- Can I see ads on my blog? Will there be any problem with it?
- AdSense welcomes you. You can, of course, see the ads on your blog and this will not increase any kind of Invalid Impression. However, one thing is to be careful that you do not visit your blog again and again for no reason and do not refresh a page. Because of the excessive visits to your blog and increase the pageview, it makes it possible for AdSense to be banned.
- Can I block my own IP or block someone else’s IP for not counting my own pageview?
- Google AdSense does not yet allow anyone to block IPs. But they say they are working to tie the matter. We recommend using the “AdSense Publisher Toolbar” to protect your AdSense account from Invalid Click and Invalid Impression.
- Is there any problem with changing the IP address and visiting the blog/website
- Normally there will be no problem. However, repeated visits or clicks will cause problems. The AdSense team says it’s best not to do such things.
- Suddenly there has been a huge increase in visits to my blog, in this case, my AdSense account will be a problem?
- AdSense says that your blog’s traffic may increase at any time. This is not a problem. However, you should see if your AdSense CTR is OK. Increased CTR is likely to cause problems. If CTR is generally within 15% then no problem. Also, you should check whether your traffic is valid or not. If all is well then there will be no problem if there is a sudden increase in visitors.
- Can I use the search box manually to use AdSense in Google Custom Search Box
- AdSense directly prohibits that you do not use the Google Custom Search Box to search for posts on your blog. However, it won’t be a problem if others use it.
- What is meant by Invalid Traffic?
- Clicking on your own blog and repeatedly visiting unnecessarily, or clicking and visiting others or auto-clicking and visiting with any bot and software is called invalid traffic. However, Google says invalid traffic is not limited to just these. Outside of these, there is much more invalid Traffic.
Tips for keeping your AdSense account safe
I think you already know all the strategies to prevent an AdSense account from becoming Banned. If an AdSense publisher follows all the above rules properly, I think an AdSense account will never be disabled. If you are a WordPress user, you can use the AICP Plugin to protect your AdSense account. This will protect your AdSense from repeated clicks. However, if you use BlogSpot, you need to check your AdSense CTR frequently. You can use the AdSense mobile app to easily and repeatedly check CTR. If for some reason your AdSense CTR is too high, remove the ad code from the blog and inform the AdSense team about it.