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Old 07-05-2006, 03:19 AM   #25
Larwee

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The title of this thread is How to avoid being kicked out of AdSense. Many of the posts in this thread do contain information that could be very helpful in avoiding AdSense problems.

Things can be a little confusing to people who are new to AdSense. Most people want to go by the rules and at the same time they want to make some money. Some of the rules aren't all that clear. This helps to add to the confusion, even for people who have been using AdSense for a long time.

Since the purpose of this thread is to provide as much helpful information as possible, I felt this would be a good time to add another tip.

Many of the people reading this already know about this, but there are going to be some who don't. This is something every publisher who uses AdSense should know about since it can help avoid trouble with Google.

Publishers often want to test the AdSense ads that are on their site. But, when Google says do not click AdSense ads on your own site, that is exactly what that means. However there are many publishers who feel in their own minds that it will be no problem if they are just clicking to test the ads. That is an assumption which shouldn't be made, and there is a way to test the ads without clicking on them.

Google has provided a preview tool to help you learn a great deal about AdSense ads on your pages, or even if there are pages that wouldn't be good for AdSense.

If you aren't familiar with the Google AdSense preview tool, you should make it a point to learn as much about it as possible and use it to your advantage. It can be very helpful to you.

Here is a Google link to the preview tool. It might be a good idea to read and understand all of the information that is provided there by Google. https://www.google.com/support/adsen...c.py?topic=160
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