I have actually concerned state that Google Adsense has actually scammed numerous people. If you go on web designer online forums nowadays, you will discover countless accounts from good, truthful people who state that Google Adsense scammed them. But how true is this?
First off, let me describe what Adsense is and how it works.
Adsense is among the most secondhand third-party advertisement network for publishers.
Advertisers purchase ads on Google Adwords. Website owners can register in Adsense to make it possible for text, image, and video ads on their sites. Google puts those Adwords ads on sites that utilize Google Adsense.
Every time a user clicks a Google Adsense ad, the marketer pays cash. That cash gets divided among Google and the site owner who’s Adsense ad was clicked. Before approval, the web designer who’s applying for an Adsense account should concur that he/she will not click his own Adsense ads, nor will he supply a reward for users to click ads. Google Adsense does this to avoid site owners from clicking their own ads. This is great, since Google is attempting to avoid site owners from defrauding marketers.
The following is how web designers who utilize Google Adsense make money. Adsense will just pay you when your Adsense account reaches above $100. Then, on the month when you’re account reaches $100, you will make money in 30 days. For example, I have an account, and my account reached $50 on Febuary 28, 2011. Google will not pay me, since I have not reached the $100 payment limit yet. Then, by the end of March (which is March 31, 2011), my Adsense account has $120. Google will pay me that $120 30 days after March 31, 2011, which is April 30, 2011.
Now this is where the story gets intriguing. Google in some cases deletes Adsense accounts whose web designers are clicking their own ads. This is the ideal thing to do, since they are attempting to avoid people from scamming Adsense and the marketers. But thing is, Google has actually erased countless accounts, and the site owners who own those accounts DIDN’T click their own ads. Is this not a rip-off or what?
Let me describe how this works. I’ve just recently been scammed by them, and no, I definitely did not click my own ads.
As you may understand if you’ve been following my short articles, I have my own site. I began putting Google Adsense ads on my site because Febuary 16, 2011. My overall Adsense incomes at completion of Febuary 28, 2011 was $67. By the end of the other day (March 14, 2011), my incomes had actually reached $190. so, that suggested, by the end of March, my Adsense incomes will have been above the $100 payment limit. That likewise indicates, that Google Adsense would need to pay me quickly.
And for some factor, Google prohibited my account today (March 15, 2011). Just like that. I didn’t click any of my own ads. I didn’t offer my site audiences any rewards to click my own ads. Since they prohibited my account (club-3089811986405667), I do not make money a single cent of that $190 I had in my Adsense account. Now I’m presently attempting to appeal to Google, however I understand that it will be ineffective. Thousands of other truthful people have actually had their accounts prohibited, and they’ve likewise attempted to appeal to Google. But perhaps, MAYBE, 1 in 10,000 prohibited accounts get unbanned.
Problem is, I have no evidence that I didn’t click my own Adsense ads. Google does not share any information or analytics about who clicked my advertisements, and where these remote controls’ IP addresses are from. All I understand is just how much cash I made from Adsense, and the number of people saw my Adsense Ads. In other words, there is no chance for me to show to Google that I did not click my own advertisements.
And about that $190 I had in my Adsense account. What occurs to that cash? I do not get that cash. Google “says” that they will return the cash to marketers. But I question it. They probably simply keep the cash themselves. And isn’t it coincidental that Google prohibited my account, simply when I had reached the payment limit? I do not believe it’s coincidental at all.
I am not attempting to regret my own bad luck. I am simply attempting to caution the public, and other site owners who utilize Adsense. Google can select to erase your Adsense account at any time. All they require to do is state that you’ve clicked your own Adsense advertisements (even if you have not), and they can prohibit your account. Just like that. After all, how are you going to gather the evidence revealing that you didn’t click your own advertisements?
A case like mine has actually taken place to countless people who have not clicked their own ads. Think about it. Google may prohibit around 5000 accounts a day (there are roughly 3 million Adsense accounts ). Of that 5000 prohibited accounts on any specific day, 4000 are prohibited since those accounts clicked their own advertisements. The other 1000 were prohibited since Google had “evidence” stating the account owner clicked his own advertisements, when in truth they in fact didn’t do anything incorrect.
There are 2 kinds of people(s) who have Adsense accounts. One type: the site owner makes probably a couple of dollars every day. The 2nd type: the site has countless pageviews, and makes numerous thousands every day from Adsense. Funny thing is, it’s constantly the little accounts that do not make much cash who get their accounts prohibited.
From the above do you still believe AdSense s is a Fraud?
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