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Adsense clicks and views are not in real time (they seem to be updated at set periods through the day). Also, there is a possibility that somebody (or more than one person) loaded the page before midnight and then clicked on one of the adverts after midnight. Possible example: User loads the page at 11.30pm. The user's attention drifts to another tab or ...


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This often happens when the clicks are just after midnight. The page views actually come from the day before and are attributed to the previous day.


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I am an Adsense Publisher since 2006. Sometimes Adsense is giving a not so updated figure, just wait for 24hours and you will see you have a page views


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The 20 mill page views and 5 mill searches aren't requirements. It all levels down to what Google see has a good market for them.If there are hundreds of a particular niche sites that has Premium access and it's competitive Google will be more restrictive of their choice. While a less competitive Niche that's performing well, regardless of the page views ...


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A loading screen could be classed as interfering with normal site navigation since most websites you are able to navigate even when page elements are not completely loaded. SOURCE Additionally, sites with Google AdSense may not be loaded by any software that triggers pop-ups, modifies browser settings, redirects users to unwanted websites, or ...


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Google requires that sites be up and running with a representative sample of content before they are approved for Google AdSense. At least 30 pages of content (for example 30 blog posts) with complete sentences and paragraphs Enough text content for content matching to work (not just images, videos, or Flash) No "under construction", "beta", or "coming ...


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From https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/4410771 Google ads may not be placed on content that provides tips regarding sexual performance or discusses some treatments of sexual health issues. Examples include, but are not limited to: advice about improving sexual performance discussions and/or images of sexually transmitted diseases ...


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Adsense policies are clear about sexual content, ads cannot be displayed next to such content. I guess they don't make a difference between porn and scientific sex conversations. If I were you, I would stop doing it right now, or you might be banned from AdSense.


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This is what I did for hiding long adlinks on mobile. This method (that's what I believe) also falls under one of the acceptable modifications of changing adsense code - https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/1354736?hl=en <style type="text/css"> .adslot_1 { display:inline-block; width: 728px; height: 15px; } @media (max-width:800px) { .adslot_1 { ...


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Ad code you pasted is incomplete - only slot 9807209562 (first one) will be parsed, because there is only one adsbygoogle.push(). Copy/paste code from https://www.google.com/adsense again (preferably without any modification / "optimization") and you should see all three ads are working fine. If you want to learn more about how asynchronous AdSense code ...


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When websites receive over a certain volume of traffic/clicks/impressions, AdSense enables them to use more integrated looking, customised ad styles beyond those still pretty generic looking styles. Unless your traffic is above this threshold, you'll have to make do with the customisations you're allowed as shown in the other answer.



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