Google Adsense cheated on me and can doubtless get you subsequent


I came to say that Google Adsense scammed a lot of people. If you go to webmaster forums these days, you will find thousands of accounts of decent, honest people saying that Google Adsense cheated on them.

First let me explain what Adsense is. Adsense is a third-party advertising network for publishers. Advertisers buy ads on Google Adwords. Website owners can sign up for Adsense to enable text, image, and video ads on their websites. Google places these Adwords ads on websites that use Google Adsense.

Every time a user clicks a Google Adsense ad, the advertiser pays money. This money is split between Google and the website owner whose Adsense advertisement was clicked. Before accepting, the webmaster applying for an Adsense account must agree that they will neither click on their own Adsense ads nor provide any incentive for users to click ads. Google Adsense does this to prevent website owners from clicking on their own ads. That’s a good thing because Google tries to prevent website owners from scamming advertisers.

The following describes how to get paid webmasters using Google Adsense. Adsense only pays you when your Adsense account hits over $ 100. The month that your account hits $ 100, you will be paid out within 30 days. For example, I have an account and my account hit $ 50 on February 28, 2011. Google won’t pay me out because I haven’t reached the $ 100 payment limit yet. Then, by the end of March (that’s March 31, 2011), my Adsense account will be $ 120. Google will pay me this $ 120 30 days after March 31, 2011, which is April 30, 2011.

Now the story gets interesting. Google sometimes deletes Adsense accounts whose webmasters click on their own ads. This is the right thing because they are trying to stop the people from scamming Adsense and the advertisers. But the thing is, Google deleted thousands of accounts and the website owners who own those accounts were NOT clicking on their own ads. Isn’t that a scam or what?

Let me explain how this works. I was scammed by them recently and no, I absolutely did not click on my own ads.

As you may know, if you’ve followed my articles, I have my own website. I started serving Google Adsense ads on my website on February 16, 2011. My total Adsense earnings at the end of February 28, 2011 were $ 67. By the end of yesterday (March 14, 2011) my income had reached $ 190. That meant my AdSense earnings had crossed the $ 100 payment threshold by the end of March. That also means that Google Adsense would have to pay me soon.

And for some reason, Google suspended my account today (March 15th, 2011). Just like that. I haven’t clicked on any of my own ads. I haven’t given my website visitors any incentives to click on my own ads. Since they blocked my account (pub-3089811986405667), I don’t get a single penny from the $ 190 I had in my Adsense account. Now I am currently trying to appeal to Google but I know it will be useless. Thousands of other honest people have their accounts suspended and they have tried to appeal to Google too. But maybe 1 in 10,000 blocked accounts will be unblocked.

The problem is, I have no evidence that I didn’t click on my own Adsense ads. Google does not pass on any data or analyzes about who has clicked on my ads and where the IP addresses of these clickers come from. All I know is how much money I made Adsense and how many people viewed my Adsense ads. In other words, I can’t prove to Google that I didn’t click on my own ads.

And I had about $ 190 in my Adsense account. What will happen to this money? I don’t get the money. Google “says” that they are giving the money back to the advertisers. But I doubt it. They probably just keep the money themselves. And isn’t it a coincidence that Google blocked my account when I reached the payment limit? I don’t think it’s coincidental.

I am not trying to complain of my own misfortunes. I’m just trying to warn the public and other website owners who are using Adsense. Google can delete your Adsense account at any time. All they have to do is say that you clicked on your own Adsense ads (even if you didn’t) and they can suspend your account. Just like that. Finally, how do you intend to prove that you haven’t clicked on your own ads?

A case like mine happened to thousands of people who didn’t click on their own advertisement. Think about it. Google could block around 5000 accounts per day (there are around 3 million Adsense accounts). Of those 5000 blocked accounts on any given day, 4000 are blocked because those accounts clicked on their own ads. The other 1000 were banned because Google had “evidence” stating that the account owner clicked on their own ads when in fact they didn’t do anything wrong.

There are two types of people who have an AdSense account. One guy: the website owner probably makes a few dollars every day. The second type: the website has millions of page views and power Hundreds of thousands every day from Adsense. The funny thing is that it’s always the little accounts that aren’t making a lot of money whose accounts get banned.

Here are some links to other people saying how Google Adsense scammed the website owners. This list is constantly updated. i.html

This post originally appeared in the weVICTORY wiki search engine.


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