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13 Approaches To Guide Against Adsense Ban

Uncommon Tips to Protect Your Adsense Account from Being Banned
There are, probably 1,000,001 reasons your Google Adsense account can be banned. Yet, all of these reasons are traced back to invalid traffic and clicks. 'Invalid traffic' is when you're not getting your visitors from legitimate sources while 'invalid clicks' are ad clicks coming from such traffic.

The focus of this post is to help you protect your Adsense account. I want to give you clues to preventing it from being disabled or banned. 

There are obvious threats to your account. There are activities that you can easily avoid which include clicking on your ads. Do you already know that Google sends you home if you ever intentionally click any ads on your website or blog?

You also should know, by now, that any forms of campaigns or website promotion that may lead to click bombing should be avoided completely. Even if the promotion channel was legitimate but with unreasonable clicks on ads, Google might still disable your account.

Click bombing is a term used to represent a situation where visitors continuously or repeatedly click on your ads on your pages, especially from the same spot, thereby inflating your earnings beyond a reasonable figure.

You should also know that click exchange between publishers from different ends if detected by Google, will stop ads from running on your blog.

And if you ever digress your topic or niche from an acceptable or legitimate one for Adsense into something disallowed, Google will stop its ads running on your blog - ban your account. In other words, it's better for you to stick with your original niche with which you'd got approval for Adsense or any niche that Google allows to run its ads. 

If you, later, put Adsense codes on a blog or post promoting unapproved content or topics that conflict with Google Adsense Guidelines, you'd just sign up to give up your account.

You must, as well, have known that you should make your ads different from the main content of your blog. By color and blending, ads should stand out such that readers won't mistake them for your content text, images, charts, videos, etc.

Of course, the above are obvious reasons your account can be banned. And you can easily protect your account based on your knowledge of these. See more below.

Tips to Protect Your Adsense Account from Being Banned

Below is the list of immediate actions you can take if you suspect your account can be comprised if things are not checked.

  1. Follow AdSense policies and guidelines: AdSense has strict policies and guidelines that must be followed by publishers. These policies cover a wide range of topics, including ad placement, content, and user experience. Make sure you read and understand these policies, and comply with them to avoid accidental violations. If you are unsure about any of the policies, contact AdSense support for clarification.
  2. Do not click on your own ads: Clicking on your own ads is strictly prohibited and can lead to a ban. Even accidental clicks on your ads can be detected by Google and can result in a penalty. To avoid this, never click on your own ads, even to test them.
  3. Do not encourage others to click on your ads: Encouraging others to click on your ads, such as your friends, family, or visitors, is also a violation of AdSense policies and can result in a ban. This includes using incentives, such as offering rewards or prizes for clicking on ads.
  4. Place ads only on relevant and high-quality content: AdSense prohibits ads on certain types of content, such as adult, violent, or copyrighted content. Make sure you place ads only on relevant and high-quality content that complies with AdSense policies. Avoid using techniques to artificially increase traffic to pages that contain ads.
  5. Avoid deceptive ad placements: AdSense prohibits deceptive ad placements that mislead users into clicking on ads, such as placing ads too close to other clickable elements or using false imagery. Make sure your ad placements are compliant with AdSense policies, and avoid using any techniques that might mislead users into clicking on ads.
  6. Use authorized ad placements: AdSense allows ads only on authorized ad placements, such as approved ad formats and locations. Do not place ads on unauthorized locations or modify AdSense code. AdSense provides a wide range of ad formats and sizes to choose from, so make sure you use authorized ad formats that suit your website's design and layout.
  7. Monitor your site's traffic: Monitor your website's traffic sources and ensure that they are legitimate. Avoid using traffic sources that generate invalid clicks or violate AdSense policies. Use tools such as Google Analytics to monitor your site's traffic sources and identify any suspicious activity.
  8. Keep your website secure: Keep your website secure from hacking attempts or malware that can lead to invalid clicks or violations of AdSense policies. Use strong passwords, keep your software up-to-date, and use security plugins to protect your website from attacks.
  9. Avoid buying traffic: Buying traffic is a violation of AdSense policies and can result in a ban. Use legitimate and organic methods to attract traffic to your website, such as search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing, or email marketing.
  10. Do not publish fake or duplicate content: AdSense prohibits the publication of fake or duplicate content. Make sure your content is original and of high quality. Avoid copying content from other websites or using automated content creation tools.
  11. Provide a good user experience: Provide a good user experience to your visitors by making your website easy to navigate, fast, and responsive. A poor user experience can lead to a high bounce rate, which can affect your AdSense earnings. Use responsive design, optimize your website's loading speed, and make sure your website is easy to use on different devices.
  12. Stay up-to-date with AdSense policies and guidelines: Keep up-to-date with AdSense policies and guidelines, and adjust your practices accordingly to comply with any changes. Google regularly updates its policies and guidelines, so make sure you stay informed about any changes that might affect your AdSense account.
  13. Avoid violating Google's other policies: AdSense is a part of Google, so violating any of Google's other policies, such as spam, webmaster guidelines, or other advertising policies, can also lead to a ban.


This post has not only reminded you of what can lead to your Adsense account ban, but it also gives you a new look at other less-discussed factors that may lead to that. It doesn't stop there, hence, shows you what can be done immediately if you sense something is not normal with your earnings.

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