New Adsense Alternative

Adsense Alternative

Last week I mentioned MegaGlobe, which is an up and coming international search engine… and this week I have a new piece of news on them. The latest press release states that they will indeed be offering a contextual advertising option for webmasters that rivals Google Adsense. New Adsense Alternative They are getting the attention … Continue reading

Tips to get a new adsense account once your account is banned

For some unlucky reasons (mostly due to the invalid click activity), you adsenses acount is being disabled by Google. Although Google strongly emphaize that they have sophisticated tracking programs, as well as human monitoring, to track for the invalid clicks, they often make mistake and charge some innocent Adsense publishers, and take away their rights of participating this program in the rest of his or her life time. I must admit that this is definitely unfair. If you receive that email, I am sure you are very frustrated. The first thing to do is to read carefully on why Google charge you and take away your Adsense account. You should also think twice on whether you have commited those issues. Then, prepare all the evidence that in favour to you and make an appeal to Google. Then, pray that Google will give you back the Adsense account, and most importantly, the earning accumulated inside. However, chances (though really low) are there that you may get back your adsense account. Fill in the form at their website for making such appeal. As I have mentioned before, the chance for reinstate your Adsense accout is pretty low. If you account is really banned unluckily, you may wish to open a new Adsense account. From the Google' policy, if an publisher is banned, he/she cannot apply for another one. But there is a little trick that enable that enabled you to do so. First choose a new computers to start a new blog/ site, and then apply it with Google Adsense. Make sure that the IP address is completely different with those you have used to login your Google and Adsense accounts. I believe that Google will approve you if your site is clean nd have enough content. Then, use that computers only (or other new computers with new and diffeent IPs) to login your Adsense account. Never login your adsense account with the one you previously used, because that will let Google know this new Adsense account has correlation with the previous invalid click activity and disable your account. Hope it helps, and earn more from Adsense program!

For some unlucky reasons (mostly due to the invalid click activity), you adsenses acount is being disabled by Google. Although Google strongly emphaize that they have sophisticated tracking programs, as well as human monitoring, to track for the invalid clicks, they often make mistake and charge some innocent Adsense publishers, and take away their rights … Continue reading

Google Tightens Review Process For New AdSense Publishers

Google Tightens Review Process For New AdSense Publishers

Google has added a new review step to its process for adding new AdSense publishers, presumably to better eliminate abuses and improve the quality of the AdSense network for advertisers. In the new process, publishers’ sites will be reviewed after they’ve placed the AdSense ad code on their sites, and real, paying ads won’t run … Continue reading

DoubleClick for Publishers Small Business

DoubleClick for Publishers Small Business

DFP Small Business is a hosted ad management solution that helps growing publishers to move ahead with the set of sophisticated feature set. DFP Small Business offers a complete toolkit for managing and growing both directly and indirectly sold advertising including streamlined trafficking, ad delivery, advanced forecasting and granular reporting, inventory management, new web service … Continue reading

AdBrite PPC, Pay Per Click Ads

AdBrite, Inc. is an online advertising network, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Originally founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBright in 2004 and now serves advertisements on hundreds of thousands of sites, according to their published statistics. AdBright is the 10th … Continue reading

Is my site eligible to participate in AdSense?

Check that your site complies with our policies

While we can’t say whether your site would be eligible without fully reviewing your application, there are a few things you can check before applying to see if your site would be a good fit with AdSense. Do you have a website? You’ll need one in order to participate. If you don’t have one, you … Continue reading