Here’s how to Avoid Getting Your Adsense Account Terminated

The king of all search engines is Google and they place a lot of importance on quality and relevancy.

Google is public property and this is one of the reasons why they place a lot of emphasis on quality.

They want to keep both shareholders and users happy, which means the results they return should be of high quality.

This is also one of the reasons why Adsense and other forms of advertising can suffer, regardless if the wrong things you did was intentional or by accident.

In fact,…

…your account be be terminated or suspended.

Google is determined to ensure that wrongdoers don’t keep doing the wrong things time after time.

If you want to start an Adsense account, then you shouldn’t just focus on strategies to make money. You want to consider a few things.

If you want to find out what some of those things are, then continue to read on.

1. Hidden Texts Do not fill your advertisement page with text that is virtually hidden or blends in with the background. Also, don’t use CSS with the sole intention of filling them with content-rich keywords. If you do this, you are bound to get penalized by Google.

2. Cloaking- Page cloaking is a common practice. It involves using bot sniffers or browser snuffers to serve the bots to various pages, other than the pages your visitors will see. If you do this, then you are tricking your visitors into doing something they probably did not want to do. Google looks down on page cloaking, so never do it.

3. Multiple Submissions- You’re not doing yourself any favors if you submit multiple copies of your pages to Google. For example, if you submit a URL as two separate URL’s, then you can expect to have your account terminated. If you have ever thought about using an automated service to submit your URL, then stop thinking about it and check to see if search engines have already received your submitted URL before you attempt to do it again. If your URL was submitted, then move on to the next search engine.

4. Link Farms- Be careful of what you link your Adsense. Google and other search engines know website owners can’t control who links to your site. However, they do know you can control who you link to.

Link farming has caught the eye of search engines and they are not huge fans of the practice. If you attempt to use a link farm, then you are taking a huge risk. generally speaking, having a link higher than 100 on just one page will send a signal that you are a link farm, so don’t go any higher than that.

5. Selling Page Rank- Some sites say they sell or trade their PR links, and this practice has been around for a longtime. If you take part in this practice, eventually your account will be terminated. Sure, you can sell ads or gain a link. However, advertising of your page rank is a good way to get your account banned or suspended.

6. Doorways- This is kind of how cloaking pages work. This involves a page being loaded with keyword ads and the goal is to redirect visitors to another page. Search engines take a major issue with this practice.

Unfortunately, there are many search engine optimization firms that do this. Your best bet is to avoid doorways because you can expect a penalty at some point, if you do take part in the practice. Also, stay away from any SEO firm that does it.

7. Multiple Domains With The Same Content- Search engines take a look at various things, including domain IP’s and registry dates to name a few. If you have numerous domains with the same content, then you should know you can’t hide this from the search engines. Using the same content on multiple domains is a sure way to get banned.

The above techniques apply not just to Google, but for most search engines, so make sure you keep the above info in mind when you are building your Adsense and pages.

Remember, you want to build your site for humans and not for bots.

Doing that and by avoiding the things mentioned above, you can avoid getting your Adsense account terminated and your site banned.

To your continued success,


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