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While going for paid click.... do we disable monetization for entire channel or only for promoted videos.
Adsense does not like paid clicks, therefore, if you want to promote your videos through paid clicks, you will have to disable the ads on the videos you are promoting. Since you are not promoting your entire channel, there is no need to disable adsense on your other videos. You can disable ads on the videos that you are marketing through paid clicks. By the way when you disable ads, you will not earn anything. What's the point of promoting the video through paid clicks if you are not earning anything?
Don't try to use paid clicks on your AdSense site or you'll be risking your account from being banned or suspended.Adsense bots are very sensitive.I will prefer you don't even use that tool.Try to drive traffic organically, You will gain better than the paid way.
I agree with augusta. I have seen a lot of bloggers lose their Adsense because of this so it's best not to mess with it. From what I have heard, paid traffic might not be as risky, if at all, but paying for clicks or manipulating the system by having friends click on it or using similar methods will probably get you banned. The best way really is to just let it sit and let the clicks come organically if you don't want to risk it.
Yes, you may as well adhere to this, as several people seem to be saying it. It is hard to make sure that you are not doing it, but you don't want to mess up your adsense so it is best to adhere to it.
Google absolutely hates anything that has to do with paid traffic, pay per click and so on. However, you don't need to worry about your whole channel if not all videos have it. Just disable it on those that do and your AdSense account should be safe.
If you are still worried you could always try and email Google support and ask them directly. That is the most secure way.
You said very right.
Google and paid traffic are literally like water and oil... Some people even try to mix them in some ways, but it really doesn't work. I think anyone who works with Adsense has to avoid paid traffic all at all costs.
Anyone who decides to work with Adsense needs to follow all the rules (even things that seem to be minimally unimportant in the eyes of the user). The issue is not that in other places you need to stay inattentive to the rules but in the Adsense world everything is very restricted - beyond normal - and any mistake can simply end the castle you are building.
P.S.: I'm saying this because of my own experience.
This is good advice and well-taken. i have never tried to fool the system, but when I first installed AdSense on one of my sites, I kept checking some of the ads to see what was popping up, and that generated money inadvertently, but AdSense hen absorbed those funds because, obviously, I was generating them while I was trying to figure out what AdSense did or how it worked. This was a long time ago, so thank goodness that I am not such a newbie anymore, lol.
Yeah, no newbies anymore.
I don't have any problem following the rules, but I think the excess rules that exist in Adense is something that gets to the point of becoming annoying. Before any user starts using this tool with full force it's really necessary to study it carefully (something that unfortunately I didn't do at the time).
I use to block ads via my hosts file just so i wouldn't generate fraudlent views or clicks. I would also use PHP to disable the advertisement every time I was on the website. This lasted awhile, and there was no fraudulent views or click activity. Then they decided to disable the adsense account due to fraudulent click activities even though I took precautions against this.. lol adsense is very odd.
Adsense overseers are like highly advanced droids - they know everything. You may think buying clicks or paying or directing people to click on adsense ads is fooling the system but one day when you're banned, you'll think differently. Adsense wants organic clicks and visits. They act strongly against anyone they even suspect is luring or nudging people to click their ads without that person being genuinely interested in the product being advertised.
Yeah, definitely. If all of a sudden you are generating thousands of visits to your website, and a lot of those visitors stay on the page for a couple of seconds and then leave, then it is a strong indicator of bought traffic. A lot of the times traffic from paid sources wouldn't even browse around the website, they would stay on the page for about 3-10 seconds then leave. This would then increase your bounce rate..
True. I think more than paid traffic, paid clicks are even more frowned upon by Google. A site may get away with a bit of paid traffic but once the artificial clicks start coming in, wherein their clients' money is now being messed with, it is then that they really feel the need to step in and stop the activity, which is understandable seeing as they do have a responsibility to those who pay them money for honest clicks from actual curious customers.
Asking for clicks is wrong. Because advertisers are not paying for fake traffic. So google has the rule for the asking for clicks. As it is going to affect their business. So never clicks on ads if you don't want to or have no interest in it. That's how things need to be viewed.
Bro, you spelled adsense incorrectly. Well, anyways you must have to follow the policies of adsense and your account will be safe. Adsense is against paid to click programs as they say that the clicks that would be generated from those programs are invalid clicks.
If your website is purely about paid to click programs, then you should probably remove adsense from your entire site. But if that paid to click program is just in one page or post, then you can just remove adsense for that particular post.
Make sure your website is not getting traffic from the traffic surf bots. Also avoid clicking on your own ads. Avoid having people around who click on your ads. And also avoid promoting the traffic through PTC type of the sites. Those type of the mistakes are going to cost you a lot. And this is not a good thing. So one should be really careful on how they are dealing with the traffic. And make sure to read the TOS and their rules. Not to break any of the rules around. Because that is what is going to lead to more account ban in near future.
Keeping an AdSense account safe is quite simple. Prior to signing up for Google AdSense, you must try and study the terms of service having to do with Google AdSense. This keeps you on track for life without having an issue with Google. After getting approved, you must remember to keep to all that is written in the terms of service (TOS).
Getting involved in click fraud can result in getting your adsense account suspended. Don't get overwhelmed by clicking on ads spread on your website yourself. This is a taboo and it's strictly prohibited by google.
Google hates this. Personally, I would advise you against getting paid views because they do not help you in any way. People are not watching your videos and enjoying it, you are only getting some fake views which doesn't always help you. If you want more people to watch your videos then you need to make interesting content. If you do decide to go through with paid views, make sure to disable monetization on any video that you have requested views for.
I'm slightly confused.
It seems like you're talking about adsense but talking about paid clicks through Adwords?
If you're paying people to click on your adsense ads, regardless of where they are, you will see your account getting banned sooner rather than later. You don't want to pay people to click your links because Google isn't as dumb as you may think they are lol.
You could pay someone 50% of your profits from a click, and they will click your ads 1,000 times, resulting in your adsense account getting banned right away. People are dumb, and they will try to make as much money as quick as possible without worrying about your accounts getting banned. They will click and click and click again, without rotating their IP addresses and this is easily noticed by Google, who will then ban you without listening to your sob story about how you didn't know what was going on. If you didn't raise a claim stating you thought something was going on with your clicks, they will get rid of you because you're just taking money from their advertisers who are paying for each of those clicks.
I would never pay money with the chance of my other money method of suspended. Adsense is very strict on the clicks. A lot of the times if your account is suspended it is due to fraudulent click activity. I have had a Google Adsense account that I never clicked my own ads, bought any traffic, or did anything that would violate their platform terms of service but my account was disabled for fraudulent click activity. So you may want to disable the ads during the entirety of the promotional campaigns to be on the safe side. Do not spend money just to get your adsense account suspended. You'll be paying money to get your monetization taken away. Look at it that way.
thanks friends... this was a query for one of my associate... I was convinced just wanted to know what the general perception is.... no need of replying any further on this
Create a strong password and only access on your PC with an anti virus program installed.
Don't share it for someone if you don't want to be lost your Adsense account.
I have a friend who asked if I earn from my blog when the reader clicks on the ads. I said yes but on second thought, that friend might be reading my blogs and would be clicking all the ads that she sees. I messaged her that it wouldn’t be right to click on the ads just for the sake of giving me earnings. I was quite scared because I know that it is not right for a reader to be automatic in clicking on the ads.