8 Tips To Secure Your Adsense From Getting Banned
Hey guys how are you? Here I am back with another great post as you can read the title. I already posted about Getting Google Adsense Approval For A New Blog Easily, and many people loved that article. As all we know Adsense is owned by Google, which is world’s No.1 search engine. Every blogger knows the importance of Google Adsense because AdSense pays very good as compared to other networks. But day by day Google is becoming more strict and many blogger losing their AdSense and earnings. Getting approval not a big task but keeping it safe is tough as a little mistake will ruin your hard work and all your earnings. So by following the guide on getting approval from Google Adsense you can get an AdSense account. But this question will raise in your mind that “How can I protect my AdSense account from getting banned?”. So don’t worry here I will share some useful and working ways to save your Adsense account from getting banned. Just follow these steps and then you will never get banned message from Google AdSense.
8 Tips To Secure Your Adsense From Getting Banned
Let’s start the ways to be safe from getting ban and defend your AdSense account. Just read these steps carefully and apply.
#1 Never Click On Your Ads
Well after getting Adsense approval we place the ads on our website/blog and wait for the result. But some people click on their ads just to check that whether the ads working or not and some users click to increase their earning. But this is wrong as Google don’t allow publishers to click on their own ads. If you start clicking on your own ads, then you will lose your AdSense account for sure. And there will no way left to get it back. So avoid clicking on your own ads.
#2 Don’t Place Ads On Empty Pages or Short Content Pages
Empty pages mean the pages which don’t have any words and you can’t place the Google Adsense ads on these pages. Also don’t place the ads on low-quality content pages like the post which don’t have more than 400 words. Because Google loves lengthy articles, and sometimes empty pages or short content pages become the reason for ban.
So place your ads on the pages which have lots of words and also which are high-quality means people love to read the content.
#3 Don’t Publish Copied or Adult Content
Most of the new bloggers don’t have that much experience, and they start to copy paste work. Means they copy the content from other websites and start sharing on their own blogs. Which is completely wrong and it may also create legal issues and Adsense will surely ban.
So never post copied content and also Google is against adult content. I know traffic on adult content is high, but you can’t run Google AdSense ads on sites which have adult content. So start posting unique and useful content on your blog. It will improve your site’s reputation and also traffic and Google will never ban your Adsense.
According to Google Adsense policies, you can’t post these type of contents read below.
Google ads may not be displayed on websites with content protected by copyright law unless they have the necessary legal rights to display or direct traffic to that content. Some examples of copyrighted content might include MP3 and video files, television shows, software, comics, and literary works.
When a website displays someone else’s website within a frame or window on their own site, this is considered framing content. Placing Google ads on such pages is strictly prohibited.
The AdSense network is considered family-safe, which means that publishers aren’t permitted to place Google ads on sites which contain pornography, adult, or mature content. If your site has content which you wouldn’t be comfortable viewing at work or with family members around, then it probably isn’t an appropriate site for Google ads. Please note that we also don’t allow AdSense for search (AFS) search boxes to be placed on adult content pages.
So guys never used copyrighted or adult content on your website.
#4 Don’t Place Too Many Ads On a Single Page
Adsense is the No.1 network to monetize your content and also it has so many policies which every publisher have to follow. According to these policies, you can’t place so many ads on a single page. But as per their policy, we can use more than 3 ads but not more than 6 ads. We can use 3 image ads, 2 link/text ads and one search box. If you use more, then these ads then ban is sure.
But I would like to suggest you only to place 3 ads to be secure. As you can see on my blog. Also, it will increase CTR and CPC. So always put ads in limit and be safe.
Update: Google removed the limit of the ads from their network and you can place as many ads you want. But still, advertising and other paid promotional material added to your pages should not exceed your content. So you can place unlimited ads but still make sure you don’t place ads more than your content as it will raise the chances of ban. But my suggestion is to use only 3 or 4 ads as it will increase the ctr and cpc.
#5 Never Use Clickjacking and Floating Ads
Do you know about Clickjacking? If yes then don’t use it and if no then I want to tell you that if someone comes to your website and clicks more then 1 ads on a single then it will be count as Clickjacking. And Google is against it and mostly users specially event bloggers do this. But sometimes hatters, bots and our competitors also do this to beat us. By this, you can lose your adsense, but I have solution for this.
If you are using a script, then remove it now and start using adsense in normal manners. But if you aren’t using any script then you can stop too many clicks. WordPress users have a plugin which can help them but in blogger, there is not option. WordPress users can use Click Fraud Monitor which can ban the ip if it detects the too many clicks from a single IP. Means, you can set the limit of clicks from a single IP address, and if a user from a single ip clicks on the ads more then limit, it will disable the ads on that ip. So your adsense will be safe and hatters, spammers, bots and competitors will not be able to attack your site 😛
#6 Avoid Traffic From Spammy Referral Sites
When we start a new blog automatically some spammy sites start giving us traffic. Like social-shares.com etc. But when you open these websites most of them you found fake, and most of them spammed. Traffic from these sites also raise the chances to get banned from Google Adsense. But you can also stop the traffic from these shit sites. Just watch below video.
#7 Don’t Ask Your Visitors To Click On The Ads
Yes, this is completely wrong, and only greedy and foolish bloggers do this. Many times I noticed that some bloggers wrote that shit like “If you loved the post and found it useful then help us via clicking on ads.” 🙁
That is completely disgusting, we all know Google is very clever and Adsense team review each and every single point on the approved adsense website. Google also has so many algorithm to check the website, and if they found any little mistake, they disable the adsense.
So when they found these words like click on ads, they will ban the adsense, and you can’t recover it. As Google adsense policy says Never Force Your Visitors To Click On The Ads. So never force the users to click the ads 🙂
#8 Don’t Place Ads In Emails and Pop-Up Windows
Many of bloggers start sending their ads codes in Email to get more $$ but sometimes the email goes viral and the Google hit them. So never send ads in Email.
Do you know about pop-up ads ?? never used ads in this style. Like Facebook popup box, I watched some blogs which are using it. As they place ads in a popup box which comes when we opened the website, and they set the option to close it only with the click. It happens every time when you open any page from this website. It is also against the adsense policies, so never use this too.
Respect the Google Adsense Policies and you will never see any issue in Adsense journey. So guys I have completed the article on 8 Tips To Secure Your Adsense From Getting Banned. If you found this article useful then share it with your friends and if you found any mistake comment below. I will update it, and any discussion on this topic also accepted 🙂