Thursday, June 12, 2014

Don’t Ignore Google AdSense Policy

If you were running your own blog site or website and you have monetized it with Google AdSense Affiliate Program - your site should comply its regulations and policies otherwise ad serving to your site will be disabled. Google AdSense Team is on alert spotting sites that are violating their Google AdSense program.

Google ads may not be placed on adult or mature content. This includes fetish content as well as sites that promote, sell or discuss sexual aids. Examples include, but are not limited to:
  • sexual fixations or practices that may be considered unconventional
  • sexual aids or enhancement tools such as vibrators, dildos, lubes, sex games, inflatable toys
  • penis and breast enlargement tools

If you were about to write articles to publish on your site or other websites you were connected with and are using Google AdSense Affiliate Program for online income and your subjects or topics are regarding fetish content or subjects that promote, sell or discuss sexual aids and other possible methods - better not to pursue writing them. If Google AdSense Team has spotted them the said website will be punished and as a result, ad serving will be disabled for that site who published them.

Recently, I received an alert from Google AdSense said, "Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to your site."
Below are details:

  • This message is to alert you that one of your websites is not currently in compliance with our AdSense program policies and as a result, ad serving has been disabled to your website.
  • Issue ID#: 21382471
  • Ad serving has been disabled to:
  • Example page where violation occurred:
  • Action required: Check all other remaining sites in your account for compliance.
  • Current account status: Active
Yes. I admit that the above site is intended for adults only or people who are 18 years old and above. And most of the contents found on this site are matured contents. When I created this site, and I applied the Google AdSense Affiliate Program - I never thought that the site has violated Google AdSense policies. Only I knew it when I received their communication.

Now to resolve the issue, this is what I did: Instead of changing and deleting anything what I published on toystore site, I just disabled the Google AdSense Affiliate Program. The reason is that - I already declared the site as a matured contents site on the day I created it and on the first day I submitted it to search engines and that it is intended for adults only (male and females). The site is an extension for a site containing toys intended for intimate pleasures called The Xandria Collection. And I am one of its affiliates. The site's official address is located at: Lawrence Research Group, 731 Pilot Road, Suite A, Las Vegas, NV 89119.

Aside from toystore, I have another three friendly registered websites where I applied the Google AdSense Affiliate Program with other affiliate programs like Infolinks, ShareAsale, Amazon and MyLikes, namely:
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