For the speed of AdSense Account activations and application approval of the Blog site to join the Google AdSense advertising program approved by the AdSense expert Team. The Blogsite must adhere to the AdSense Program Policies and the AdSense terms and conditions. The following admins describe the AdSense Program Policies and the AdSense terms and conditions that should be considered before submitting a registration.
All publishers are required to abide by the following policies, please read these policies carefully. If you violate this policy without permission from Google, Team AdSense will disable ad serving to your site and/or deactivate your AdSense account at any time. If your account is deactivated, you are not entitled to participate again in the AdSense program.
√ Publishers or blog site owners may not click on their own ads or use any improper means to improve impressions and/or clicks, including manual methods. Note that you may not click on your own ads for any reason.
√ clicks on Google ads should be purely derived from the wishes of Blog visitors. Any method that generates artificial clicks or impressions on Google ads is expressly prohibited. These forbidden methods include, but are not limited to, recurring manual clicks or impressions, automatic click and impression generating features, and the use of robots or deceptive software.
√ Publishers or Blog owners may not ask others to click or view their ads or use deceptive implementation methods to obtain clicks or views. This includes, but is not limited to, offering compensation to users for viewing ads or performing searches, promising to raise money for third parties for such activity, or placing images next to individual ads.
√ provide compensation to blog visitors to view advertisements or perform searches, or to promise compensation to third parties for such activity.
√ encourage or influence a visitor to click on a Google ad using phrases like "Click this ad", "Support Us", "visit this link", or another similar phrase.
√ Direct the attention of a blog visitor to an ad using arrows or other attention-grabber material.
√ Place misleading images next to individual ads.
√ placing ads in a floating box script.
√ format ads so that they can't be distinguished from other content on the page.
√ formats site content so it is difficult to distinguish with ads.
√ place misleading labels on top of Google ad units. For example, ads may be labeled "Sponsored messages" or "ads ", but not "favorite sites" or "Today's best offers".
√ Publishers may not place AdSense code on pages containing content that violates our content policy guidelines. For example, content that is mature, terrible, or supports racial discrimination.
√ pages containing Google ads may not contain:
- Adult Themes in family content pornographic, mature, or vulgar content
- terrifying content that threatens or provokes to harm oneself or others
- content that harasses, intimidates, or oppressed an individual or group of individuals
- content that incites hatred against, endorses discrimination against, or disparages an individual or group on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or Other characteristics associated with systematic discrimination or marginalization
- excessive language disrespectful
- content hacking/cracking Software or any other content that violates the unwanted Software policy
- Malware or adware drug content and related equipment
- content that promotes, sells, or advertises products acquired from rare or endangered species.
- Online sales of alcoholic beverages
- sales of tobacco or tobacco-related products
- sales of prescription drugs sales of weapons or ammunition (e.g., firearms, firearms components, fighting knives, electric shock guns)
- instructions on refining or assembling your own weapons (e.g., weapons with 3D printer technology, conversion kits, spare parts that have been 80% so)
- sales or distribution of coursework or college papers
√ content about programs that compensate users for clicking ads or offers, performing searches, browsing sites or reading emails
√ Other content that is illegal, promotes illegal activity, or violates the legal rights of others
√ Publishers or blog owners are also prohibited from placing AdSense code on pages that are majority of their content in an unsupported language.
√ Publishers or blog owners may not place Google ads on sites that contain abusive experiences.
√ the publisher or AdSense blog owner may not display Google ads on pages with content protected by copyright law unless the Publisher has the necessary legal rights to display such content. This includes pages that display copyrighted material, pages that host copyrighted files, or pages that provide links that direct traffic to pages that contain copyrighted material.
√ the publisher or AdSense blog owner may not display Google ads on pages that offer or promote the sale of counterfeit goods. Counterfeit goods contain trademarks or logos that are similar to or very difficult to distinguish from the original brand. The item imitates the brand features of a product in an attempt to masquerade as a genuine product of the brand owner.
√ Google ads may not be placed on pages that receive traffic from certain sources. For example, blog owners should not participate in paid-to-click programs, send unwanted emails, or display advertisements as a result of any software application actions. In addition, publishers using online advertising must ensure that their pages adhere to Google's Landing page quality guidelines.
Here are some details of the AdSense Program Policies and the AdSense terms and conditions that should be known and adhered to by anyone who wants to join a Google AdSense ad publisher. Hopefully, it can be a reverend for those of you who are currently planning to be part of AdSense AD publishers before performing the registration speed.