|What policy is my site breaking? and what to do fix it?||Loraima||6/26/12 10:10 PM|
Hello guys, I know there are many other posts like mine regarding the same issue. However, I am posting here as my last resort.
I got this spanish site: http://www.dmodaenvzla.com which has been disabled for adsense.
When I got my message saying that my site has been disabled, they told me that there was something wrong with this page:
however, i visited it back then and I could not catch anything wrong with it.
Could please some one who knows a lot about adsense policies advice me on what to change in order to be accepted by adsense?
Thank you very much. If you would like money in return, i have paypal, so I can transfer you money in exchange for the favor ;-)
|Re: What policy is my site breaking? and what to do fix it?||Loraima||6/27/12 11:22 AM|
I am giving away $100 to the person who can fix my site.
You need a paypal account.
|Re: What policy is my site breaking? and what to do fix it?||i4c||6/27/12 11:28 AM|
|Re: What policy is my site breaking? and what to do fix it?||Loraima||6/27/12 3:58 PM|
there is no nudity. Besides, I have seen many very popular sites that have naked and explicit pictures or illegal downloads and right there they have a google ad. I dont understand why they are allowed and I am not.
|Re: What policy is my site breaking? and what to do fix it?||luzie||6/27/12 4:19 PM|
>>> I have seen many very popular sites that have naked and explicit pictures
It's completely irrelevant what you have seen and what you have not seen. Relevant are the Terms of Service.
The idea of "fixing" a site and getting accepted then is widespread but a bit ridiculous nevertheless. Adsense want applications for sites that fit their needs and abide to their rules right away. Any fiddling around to make an unwanted site somehow suitable after an initial rejection is understandably frowned upon. We've seen many sites getting rejected once - and forever on.