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.
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