Your AdSense account got banned, you created another one, and then you got suspended again. I have been there. Thousands of AdSense accounts get banned unfairly every month. You are certainly not alone.
I used to make a good living with the money I earned from AdSense. Until I got banned, I thought it was a safe and secure way to make money. Only after I got suspended and I did some researched online on how people got their AdSense account disabled did I realize how easy it is to get kicked off the AdSense network.
I tried several times to open a new AdSense account without success. It never took more than a couple of days until Google disabled the account again. Google uses very sophisticated methods to make sure people who had been banned before never get back on AdSense.
I am really glad I came across this ‘AdSense Ghost’ guide written by Peter Bergmann. If you are seriously looking for ways on how to set up a new account in a legal and ethical way, you should check out his guide.
Do not underestimate Google. If you think you can easily create accounts without them tracing you down, you’re probably wrong. Here’s the thing: whether you like it or not, you are leaving a so-called, footprint every time you connect to the internet. These footprints of yours are then traced by companies such as Google to disable your account again. It’s easy for them to do that.
Peter Bergmann, the author of ‘AdSense Ghost’, has a very clear understanding of the sneaky methods Google applies to suspend new accounts. Actually, what AdSense usually does is to use your old account to trace your new account. You will get all the information and help you need on creating new AdSense accounts and avoid being tracked down. Bergmann also gave me personal support via email, as I am not that good with computers. It never took him longer than 12 hours to reply to my emails.
I have been back on AdSense for more than 1 month now. I am very thankful to have my business back. I kept a copy of Bergmann’s AdSense Ghost report on my computer, and I also opened a second AdSense ‘emergency backup’ account, so the next time Google should decide to suspend my account for no reason, I am prepared.
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 based on 421 ratings
I have been blogging for more than 12 years. I started back in 2002. At this time barely anybody made a living from blogging.
I started really small. Just added some posts to my travel blog once or twice a week.
When I began blogging I just wanted to share my passion for traveling with the rest of the world. It was never my intention to make money with Google AdSense. Continue reading Why Did AdSense Ban My Account?
I am running a travel blog. Over the last couple of years, I was able to make 1500 to 2000 usd a month only from AdSense. However, last week without any warning my AdSense account got banned.
I posted almost daily new articles on my blog and was able to gather a large following. I was living my dream; I could travel to all that exotic countries, explore new places and share those stories and photos on my blog and even get paid for that. Continue reading Reader’s Stories – How AdSense Ban Almost Distroyed Me
My biggest dream was to make money online and leave my 9-5 job behind me. I wanted to be free, there is nothing more amazing to be able to work from any place any time you want to. I spend days researching on how to make money on the internet.
I came across a bunch of ideas, articles, tips and advices but the one who caught my eye is about the blogging.
I started to make my own blog. I paid someone to write articles for my blog to make sure my visitors will comeback. After few months I discovered about the Pay-per-Click (PPC) and I start to wonder how it works. Continue reading AdSense Trap
Sam Edmonds runs several high traffic blogs, he used AdSense to monetize his sites. It has been over 3 months since his AdSense account was blocked. He is from California, he used to travel a lot around South East Asia over the last years. Last month he had to return to the US as he ran out of money.
Hi Sam, nice to meet you. How are you doing today?
I am not doing well. I lost all of my income; I am running out of money. It’s just such a nightmare. I tried some alternatives to AdSense without any success.
AdSense seems to be the only advertisement network that delivers laser targeted ads on my blog. Continue reading AdSense Suspension Victim
I did some tests with my existing websites to see how AdSense might have an impact on Google search result rankings.
The site I was using for this test ranked pretty well, for a medium competitive keyword. Roughly 5% of the blog was dedicated to display AdSense ads. The first 4 weeks nothing happened, after 8 weeks the ranking slightly dropped. After the drop in rankings the site went straight to the number one spot in Google.
Continue reading Does AdSense Affect Your Rankings?
It has been a month now that I opened a new AdSense account and until today (‘touch wood!’) I am not AdSense banned. The method applied by Peter Bergmann in “Beat AdSense Ban” seems to work quite well. I am still surprised by the sneaky methods applied by Google AdSense to ban users.
I think the worst part of being AdSense banned is that you lose control of the situation. Suddenly all your business depends on some retarded customer service agent. In 99.5% of cases they will just decline your AdSense banned appeal without even looking at your individual case.
The information inside this book put me back into the driving seat and back into control. Even if for some reason AdSense should decide to ban my account unfairly again in the future, I know what to do to get AdSense unbanned.
Continue reading Beat AdSense Ban – eBook review
I use AdSense for many years and I was shocked when they banned my account without giving me some kind of warning. Google AdSense accuses me of click fraud. What is click fraud?You commit click fraud when you buy any of those “traffic packages’ e.g. 1 million clicks for $200usd. Even the most retarded online newbie knows that this will get you banned from AdSense.
I had a look at my traffic stats in Google Analytics and Google is right my traffic does look unnatural over the last days. In this sense they were right to ban my AdSense account.
I believe one of my competitors decided to harm my business, and purchased a “Traffic booster” package and targeted my website. His goal was to get me AdSense banned. What he successfully achieved. I tried to explain the situation to AdSense support, however, they refuse to unban my account. As I am not able prove that somebody really did a click fraud attack on websites. Continue reading I was victim of ‘Click fraud’ attack
I have some niche website where I display AdSense content. Last week AdSense disabled my account. I sent several emails to AdSense, I feel very upset, as Google AdSense would not even tell me in their responses why they suspended me.
Once your AdSense account has been disabled, you will be treated like scum. The way AdSense is behaving is highly unethical. We have 4 staff working in our small office. We don’t know if we can continue running this business, if we are not able to reverse the AdSense disabled verdict, we will have to close this company. I was looking for alternatives to Google AdSense after we got suspended, it did not take me long to realize there is no substitute for AdSense. Continue reading AdSense Disabled Nightmare
Google AdSense is NOT the only way to monetize your website. There are other ways and so don’t get frustrated if you were prohibited by Google to promote products on website. Guess what? You can earn as much as you want, if you are only eager, even without the help of Google AdSense.
How’s that? Well I would guess you have heard of Affiliate Marketing since you know AdSense, but if not Affiliate Marketing is a way of making money online through selling products of a company and you get commission on each sale you generate and sometimes the commission is as high as 75% of the sale price. I just want to make it clear that Affiliate Marketing is not a pyramid scheme or whatsoever. It’s a legal and a good way to earn money online. People who promote the products are called ‘affiliates’ or sometimes ‘partners’. Continue reading Alternatives to AdSense