ii - Unknown, but it may help to keep the information under seal in the court records instead of being accessible to anyone who requests the records of the case.
c. I wouldn't at this time. This has very little to do with you personally. The plaintiff is attempting to show that Google acted in an arbitrary or capricious fashion when they closed his ...
You can't hide ads; it's in the AdSense terms and conditions under "5. Prohibited Uses":
You shall not, and shall not authorize or encourage any third party
to: ... (ii) edit, modify, filter, truncate or change the order of the
information contained in any Ad, Link, Ad Unit, Search Result, or
Referral Button, or remove, obscure or minimize any Ad, ...
Ads are one way to benefit from providing these types of services, but there's often also a self-promotional aspect.
Offer a small but useful tool that many people link to, include a link back to your portfolio site(check; they almost all do), and some of that traffic will filter down to you, almost as a matter of fact("What else has this person built that ...
I used Google to find this (emphasis mine):
If you've found a site violating the AdSense program policies, please
let us know. The information you provide will be forwarded to a
specialist for further review.
Some issues require specific information for an investigation to be
completed. Those issues include:
Copyrighted content: ...
From an advertiser's archived correspondence with Google:
Repeated clicks on the same ad is known as 'click spamming'. We take
click spamming very seriously and work to ensure that our advertisers
are billed only for legitimate clicks. The AdWords engineering team
proactively identifies and filters fraudulent and excessive ad
impressions. Once we ...
this does it:
// dynamically Load Ads out-of-band
// placeholder for ads
var eleAds = document.createElement("ads");
// dynamic script element
var eleScript = document.createElement("script");
// remember the implementation of document.write ...
Its a waste to show my already existing customers my company ads.
It isn't, but we won't address using remarketing to drive referrals, reviews and upsells in in this question.
To combat segmenting with remarketing, lets focus on this part of the question:
My customers would regularly visit my website to access the updates about their account.
...what is the reason for doing such a nonsense thing?
be associated with a competitor and want to take traffic away from your site. An exact clone of your site on another domain can only be detrimental to your sites SEO.
be trying to increase the value of their domain (an established site that receives lots of traffic), which they can then ...
There is a limit to the number of Adsense units allowed per page per the Adsense ad placement policies:
Currently, AdSense publishers may place up to three AdSense for content units on one web page. This includes a maximum of one 300x600 ad unit per page. You may also place a maximum of three link units and two search boxes on each web page.
If you ...
Yes it would be useful but Google will not tell you what ads were displayed when they were clicked on because then you could find out their payouts and advertisers CPC.
Your best option is to setup AdSense to track each type of ad and it's location on your website. So you'll at least know which are the more profitable spaces on your website.
Although I totally agree with danlefree and his previous answer, there are some ways to make it more difficult for bots, at least for "not-so-clever" bots.
You don't need to know the software they're using.
By the way..
How can you say that "someone kept clicking on ads with bad intentions"?
Is that the reason your Adsense account was banned?
Are you aware that your account is gone and it probably will never come back?
There's a good way to discover if you're website is victim of click ...
According to Google, they open ads in a new window based on the user's location. In some countries/cultures, it is the prevailing norm for links to open in a new window.
Generally, it is our policy to not allow Google ads to open in a new window. However, in a few markets, including China, we've found that opening ads in a new window better aligns with ...
I think you're going to find opinions supporting both sides on this situation. One group will say that it is unprofessional because all you're trying to do is lure people in with second-hand information in the off chance they might click one of your ads and earn you revenue. The other side will say it's your blog, do with it what you will. Personally, I'm in ...
From the YouTube help page titled 'Adding sites to a filter list':
As a YouTube content partner, you can filter specific AdSense
advertiser domains appearing next to your YouTube videos.
Here's how to filter a specific AdSense advertiser domain:
Sign in to your Adsense account.
On the AdSense Setup tab , click the Competitive Ad Filter ...
Adsense bot crawls irrespective of the "noindex" tag. Adsense bot has no relation with the web crawler that logs website information. Adsense bot can work without any conflict with the noindex tag on the page.
There are a couple of great articles on the web for doing this:
15 Effective Tips
Youtube video of how to increase CTR
The most common strategies I know of
Move your ads to above the fold on the web so that the ads are always visible when the page loads.
Experiment with changing the location of your ads on the page to help them stand out.
Add extra space ...
No, Adsense does not send the content of every page to Google - that would be pretty inefficient and hog a lot of bandwidth - and in fact is not technically possible with cross-domain restrictions.
Instead, the Adsense crawler (different from the normal Googlebot crawler) visits the page separately and decides what the context of the page is. Then when a ...
While you can put your friends AdSense code on your site you should not as Google will most certainly close your friends account when they detect this and detect this they will. They may give him a chance to take down the adsense code before suspending him but that is not very likely. When Google catches this they will also likely deem all of the recent ...
Google has a form that you can fill out to check on your application status
Here is a FAQ about how long it will take to get approved
We can tell you how long our part of the approval process will take. However, some parts require actions on your end, and we can only continue the review after you complete them. You can see how the approval process works ...
I ended up emailing Google.
If my website is written in English, but I allow my visitors to
temporarily translate the page using the Google Translate tool, do I need to remove
unsupported adsense languages from the Google Translate tool? Since the
translation is a temporary one I assume that the language is primarily
in English and thus not in ...
User Gracey says in this Google Product Forum:
You can use ads for more than one pub-ID on a website, however, you are still restricted to a total of 3 adsense ad units and 3 adsense links units on any page (not 3 for each pub-ID, 3 in total).
Here is another Google Product Forum where user i4c claims:
Google states "Publishers are permitted to place ...
These so called tools that valuate your site, are junk sites to get traffic and ad impressions. Nothing more.
It is impossible for an outsider to know how much traffic your site has, how many ad impressions you have made, and your click-through rate. Often they use free metrics such as Alexa which is pure garbage. These are junk calculations, but amazingly, ...
Responsive link units are now available in adsense.
Responsive link units allow you to support a wide range of devices (i.e., computers, phones, tablets, etc.) by automatically adapting their size to fit your page layout. They're intended to work with sites built with responsive design, but will work on non-responsive sites too. Regardless of which device ...
Take a look at this page. Search for 'Ad placement'. It says:
Google ads, search boxes or search results may not be:
Displayed in pop-ups or pop-unders.
I'm not sure if
sidebar that is being pulled out on a click.
is a 'popup' too. To read all the policies of AdSense, take a look at this page. This may not be the answer you were looking for, but you ...
You are not allowed to request an ad to AdSense and to not display it. In order words, if you load the ad when the user clicks on the side bar, this might be ok.
But, preloading is not ok, since there is a reasonable probability that the ad won't be displayed to the user (when he/she does not click on the sidebar). In this case, Google would count it as an ...
I think @media-queries are simpler.
You load the two ad units and under 768px you hide one and show the other. This is valid.
The solution you are using is good but as you insert the new ad unit under 768, you also need to remove the other.
This guide from Google explains what you can't do:
Hiding ad units at anytime (e.g., display:none), unless ...