Possible reasons why I got banned from Google Adsense

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Recently,

I received a sad news from AdSense that my account was banned. I was shocked when I got this email from AdSense team. I know that I'm not violating any rules from their TOS. I have read and understand all of the do's and don'ts' once you got a Google AdSense account.

Unfortunately it ended up like this.

Can someone tell me what are the possible reasons why I got banned from AdSense?

Google AdSense account disabled

Google AdSense

Account Disabled Your AdSense account for this login is currently disabled. We recommend checking your email inboxes for any messages we may have sent you regarding your account status. Sometimes our messages can be caught by email filters, so please be sure to check the Bulk/Spam folders of your email accounts as well.

If your account was disabled for invalid click activity, please visit our Disabled Account FAQ for more information.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #129370

Possible reasons why I got banned from Google Adsense

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This is a possible reason of Adsense Banned. Review your website maybe you got banned because one of this reason:

Generate clicks, publish pornographic material, Generate fake traffic, Show your Google Adsense earning info, Create multiple Adsense accounts, Steal content, Must have a web Privacy policy, Modify the design of Google Adsense ads.
 
How about click bombing which attack site with many clicks on one day? Usually it comes from the your competitor. To record your web's visitor IP address better you put the stats counter to record IP.
 
So when you get attacked, you can give that record to Adsense support
 
Here useful links about banned and activate Adsense.
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Possible reasons why I got banned from Google Adsense

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On the AdSense Program Policies, it is stated that publishers should adhere their policies. And failure to comply with it will give Google the rights to disable your Ad from your website. And once it is disabled, you can no longer participate on any AdSense program. Policies can vary any time, so you need to keep on checking Google for new updates. Below are the things that you should not do to continue the Google AdSense service:

1. Invalid clicks and impressions – This means you are not allowed to click your own ads by means of inflating impressions and clicks falsely.

2. Encouraging clicks – You should not ask others to click their ads or utilize any misleading process to get clicks.

3. Content guidelines – You should not put AdSense code on sites that can violate the content guidelines.

4. Copyrighted material – You should not display ads on sites that is copyrighted by the law since they have legal rights to show their contents.

5. Webmaster guidelines – You should follow the webmaster quality guidelines.

6. Traffic sources – Your ads should not be placed on sites that are getting traffic from a specific sources such as participating in paid-to-click programs.

7. Ad behavior – You are not allowed to create any changes to the AdSense ad code.

8. Ad placement – You are allowed to experiment on various placements and ad formats.

9. Site behavior – Your ads should be on a site that is easy to navigate.

10. Google advertising cookies – You should have and accept the privacy policy that unveils that third parties may be put and read cookies under the user's browsers.

11. Children Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) – If your ads are on a website covered by the COPPA, you must let Google know those sites or sections.

12. Gambling content – It is strictly prohibited to place an ad on any gambling sites or any related content.

13. Product-specific policies – For AdSense for content, you can put up to three AdSense for content ad units on every page of no more than 300×600 in size. For Adsense for search, you can put a max two Adsense on the search boxes on each page.

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