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Google Won’t Ban Your Adsense Account Now – A Rumor ?

“From now Google won’t ban your Adsense Accounts , They Have changed their TOS And Policies ”
I read a few articles about that topic on various blogs and my reaction was – ” Really ? ”
When I read the article their was a fair smile on my face but very soon I realized that its just a kind of Rumor . First I would like to tell you the rumor people are talking about.

No More Adsense Account Ban

Adsense is the best and traditional way to monetize any website. Many Bloggers are using it and most of them also have faced the ban of their account. According to a new change in Adsense Policy , From now Google won’t ban Adsense accounts. They will Email you the issue and your account will be on the hold until the issue is fixed. Now Google is not much strict to Adsense Frauds.adsense account ban
Following are the major changes in the new policy :-

1. They won’t ban your Adsense account permanently.
2. However your Adsense account will be on hold and they would re-enable Ads once the issue is fixed.
3. You will get email about the issues and once you fixed it , You can use New Appeal Form.

Why it Seems to be a Rumor ?

Every one know that How much strict Google Adsense is. Google Adsense is ruling in this field since the years. They are having trusted and genuine program. So for them its vital to keep their quality and service better.  So if you did a mistake , your account will get disabled.  Suppose if their is no banning , then a lot of fraud will be their. People will start clicking on their own ads to be rich within hours. Simply Google will loose the trust from its Advertisers if they provided such a policy.

I am not saying that its completely a fake news. Google has made a new policy for their Adsense publishers. Now they have changed the way to deal with suspected fraud. But certainly they will ban you if you misused the service. And when it comes to appeal form , they doesn’t reply in 90% Cases.

Final Words

Google is still banning the adsense accounts and its essential way to make their program better. The only change is the transparency in the reasons given by Google. A big thing I noticed in the articles related to these changes is that none of them provide the reference. So don’t believe on such a fake news and start caring about your priceless Adsense Account.
I would like to know your views about it. Have I said something wrong ?

Recommended :- Indian Blogger Really Need to Wait 6 Months For Adsense Approval ?

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Narender Chopra • January 31, 2013


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  1. Aman Deep January 31, 2013 - 12:12 pm Reply

    GREAT LET ME TRY FOR MY OLD BLOGGER

  2. Ajinkya Patil January 31, 2013 - 2:32 pm Reply

    Very important news you gave

    It sounds good that they will mail us the issue…..

  3. Ravi budhwar January 31, 2013 - 4:25 pm Reply

    When i had read the heading i was surprised that they will not ban the account but no one can say about their ban as they can ban your account anytime.But if they have really changes their policy that now they will send first mail to the publishers about the issue than it will be a good news for the publishers.

    • Narender Chopra January 31, 2013 - 4:36 pm Reply

      Yes Ravi that’s Why I felt its a Fake New. There is no Official Update about it. Once they confirmed it , Every publisher will get notified and also they will publish the update on their Official Google Adsense Blog.

  4. Robert January 31, 2013 - 5:48 pm Reply

    Google says nothing about not banning your account. They just more flexible with banning accounts (e.g.: Give you a chance to review and make necessary changes). However, don’t play with them, we are just small bloggers and will be killed easily if we take the wrong step.

  5. Rajesh Kureshi February 2, 2013 - 2:41 am Reply

    This is maybe OR maybe not… I was using Adsense on our another website, a member of our website uploaded a copyright content on our website. Adsense send me a warning email. I removed it, some days after, another member did the same with our website, but this time adsense did not sent me any email, they banned our account…

  6. fabio Batista March 10, 2013 - 8:24 am Reply

    Hi Narender, Thankyou for your article.

    Have some similar issue over here, payments are on hold. And i get an automated answer when trying contacting. Have received no email pointing to any complain, what is strange. The thing about payments on hold is that you cannot change to another company, since it is a very vague statement.

    • Narender Chopra@TCS Interview Questions March 10, 2013 - 11:17 am Reply

      Yes , that’s very bad thing about Adsense. Hope they will update payee name changing form in some more countries.

  7. Rohit Agarwal March 14, 2013 - 2:16 pm Reply

    Thanks for update, I have a approved adsense account. Its a nightmare for every publishers to found disapproved account.

  8. ambarish kumar March 17, 2013 - 1:39 am Reply

    Thats what i thought at first. Removing strict policies will increase frauds cases which google wont want.

  9. Harkunwar Singh Kochar March 29, 2013 - 2:18 pm Reply

    I have 2 websites both running on different AdSense accounts and even different names and addresses. I’ve already faced ban on 1 site but now I am scared to face it on other. This would be great if AdSense doesn’t ban sites now.

  10. Nanda Rahmanius April 13, 2013 - 8:15 am Reply

    My adsense account has been banned by google. It’s really disappointing for me.
    Now, I still not yet start another one.
    If adsense doesn’t banned anymore, it would be great.
    Thanks for this info

  11. Adrian Lucernas May 8, 2013 - 10:34 am Reply

    This is really nice information, is it possible to recover my banned adsense account?

  12. justin jacob May 15, 2013 - 4:04 pm Reply

    yes google never ban your account instead they will disable ad serving to affeted site, i also faced this problem and i got warning message and give me 3 working days to solve the issue

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