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You dont need to worry about this because it might just be a delayed message or caused by a bug in the system And you'r saying your account is alreday acctivated so no need to worry but make sure that ads you have created or public(if you have any)
It's certainly against the policies to display a 4th ad or more with infinite scroll. It souldn't be, as it just replicates legitimate pagination functionality, but they probably don't want to open the door to abuse so we'll have to just take it as it is. It may also be against the policies if you don't fully display all 3 from the beginning but only add ...
Easiest with AdSense URL channels https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/126138
Upon upgrading to Universal Analytics, seems the problem has passed. Upgrade guide: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/upgrade/guide Cross domain tracking: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cross-domain
I know this is an old topic, but its relevancy is becoming greater nowadays (2015-06-17). As Google mentions in this document, you are allowed to hide any ad (not just link ads units) "on smaller mobile devices". For example, if you specifically want the adslot not to show up in screens under 400px in width, then you can do this (Google's own example): ...
It shouldn't be a problem from Google's point of view. They allow ads behind a login, even when that content isn't publicly available at all. From the AdSense ad placement policies: Ads on pages behind a login Publishers are welcome to place Google ads on password-protected pages as long as those pages comply with our program policies. When ...
AdSense reviewers rarely look beyond the home page. Your home page does does not appear to meet the guidelines: Your menu only has five pages in it. Once you click into the "Android" section, there is an additional left hand menu with tons of other pages in it. It would be helpful to link these pages from your home page during the AdSense review. ...
According to Google itself Language targeting: Our technology can also determine the primary language of a page. If your content is in a language supported by our program, AdSense will target ads in the appropriate language to your content. We may look at the language of the pages a user is currently viewing, or has recently viewed, to determine which ...
I think we should start from these facts: This algorithmic change noticeably affects less than 1% of searches globally. ... On a typical website, it can take several weeks for Googlebot to crawl and process enough pages to reflect layout changes on the site. http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.it/2012/01/page-layout-algorithm-improvement.html ...
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