Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Bloggers Beware: Google AdSense DON'T allow Such Placements

We know that Google AdSense is constantly updating their AdSense Policies and Rules. Now, here comes 2 new policies that we need to obey to prevent our AdSense Account from being banned.

Keep your AdSense alive, rack in all the money from Google AdSense.

I have noticed some placement policies changes in Google AdSense lately. I think that it is very important to let all bloggers who are using Google AdSense know about the new AdSense placement policies. The only way to make money from Google AdSense is to follow their policies strictly and prevent our AdSense account from being banned.

Google AdSense new AdSense Optimization guidelines stated that:

1. AdSense Ads shouldn't be placed under a title or section heading in a way that implies that the ads are not ads.

From the picture above, you can see that the placement of Google AdSense under the post title is not allowed and if you continued this type of placement, your AdSense Account might be in danger and might be banned in no time.

2. Ads should be easily distinguishable from surrounding content.

Look at another picture above, you will find that the AdSense Ads are perfectly blend. As a blog reader, I find it difficult to differentiate the AdSense Ads from the links. This might bring clicks on the AdSense Ads and make more money. Now, Google AdSense no longer allows such placement.

Make sure you follow the two placements guidelines from Google AdSense properly to prevent your AdSense Account from being banned.

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Josette said...

Whoa! I had better be careful about where I place my adsense ads. =)

And yeah, it's quite annoying to see ads right under the post's title. No wonder Google adsense doesn't allow it.

Greenleaf said...

Yeap, you need to be careful for the AdSense placements or else you might got your AdSense account banned by Google.

Best of luck to you. :)

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