Hot answers tagged

1

Without talking about the sites you specifically mention the tools Google uses to identify breaches of AdSense Ad placement policies are automated tools with some manual human searches. When you take into account the sheer number of sites running AdSense you start to see how enormous of a task this is. Because of this Google does provide a web form for ...


1

Firstly don't worry about the Google Affiliate Network as that service is being retired by Google and the current recommendation is for current users of the Google Affiliate Network to move across to AdSense or AdWords based on whether they are a publisher or advertiser. (See the notice here: https://www.google.com.au/ads/affiliatenetwork/) Secondly you ...


1

That approach could be against Adsense policies because as it seems you won't control what each author publishes. If the content they publish doesn't complies Adsense policy then your Adsense account can be blocked. As you may know, AdSense publishers are ultimately responsible for the traffic on their ads. For this reason, it’s critical that you ...


1

Unfortunately there is no way to do this at the moment. Google won't let you force a recheck of your site out of their standard check for adsense.


1

There is no fixed spacing requirement other than the above mentioned "can't lead to confusion". The only notable exception to this is that AdSense placement must be a minimum of 150 pixels away from any flash games and this is to avoid accidental ad clicks from users frantically clicking around a flash game. A good rule of thumb I have used in the past when ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible