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Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to my site -- I'm Complying

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Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to my site -- I'm Complying rikodean 3/12/12 5:17 PM
On today, I received an email from adsense in regards to ads on my website. it turns out that some pages on my website, contain mature/adult content. I was "completely" un aware that I was in violation. Therefore I would like work on a resolution so I am complying with the terms set forth by Google. I still have my adsense account intact, meaning I can display ads on other sites owned by me. I do not want to loose my adsense account, so I would like to know what steps should I take to prevent such action from occurring? As we speak, I am diligently working to take down all ads from all pages that contain such content.

*please note: not all pages on the violating website contain mature/adult content. maybe 51-75 our of 1500 pages.

And I do not have a problem with removing google ads from those pages within this hour. If I do so, could I still keep ads on the compliant pages or should I go ahead and remove all ads, altogether? I understand I was found at fault although it is not something that I would intentionally do, so I would like to be given the opportunity to make it right with google. Please accept my apology ("I am so sorry") and please give me another chance, -thank you  

Re: Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to my site -- I'm Complying PeggyK 3/12/12 5:33 PM
As I understand it, removing the ads is not usually sufficient. For ad serving to be restored, you would have to remove the non-compliant content. 

Once you have done that, follow the link in the notification you received for information on how to submit an appeal.
Re: Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to my site -- I'm Complying rikodean 3/12/12 6:19 PM
Hello Peggy,

Thank you for giving me some insight on the matter regarding offending content on my website and adsense. So that I am understanding you correctly, as long as that type of content is on my website; adsense ads will be blocked, even if I removed all ads from those pages? As I stated, there are roughly 100 offending pages out of 1500 total pages on my website. So to restore ads to my site, I would need to remove all offending content?

51 of those 100 pages are personal accounts, mainly pictures and a few raunchy videos are on the remaining pages. as on the page mentioned in the email from adsense. As I consider the page in the email, it is a picture and there are adsense ads on those pages. I recently removed the ads from ALL offending profiles, so to restore service to my website, I would have to suspend 51 profiles?? Just so that I am perfectly clear? Thank you

Re: Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to my site -- I'm Complying rikodean 3/12/12 6:32 PM
I'm taking down all offending blogs
Re: Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to my site -- I'm Complying PeggyK 3/12/12 9:20 PM
My understanding is that when you submit an appeal, the AdSense Policy folks review your site for policy compliance - not just the page cited in the notification. 

But I can't tell you for sure if taking the pages down is your best course of action or not. 
Re: Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to my site -- I'm Complying rikodean 3/12/12 9:48 PM
well actually, it turns out that a member of my website has created a blog site on blogger using my site sub title.blogspot. the site contains offensive content. there are links to my website as links to the site from his profile. The site has no affiliation with my website, the the blogger site isn't even on my google account. As a result, google is confusing my website with his & they blocked ads on my website. What should I do to get his blogger site taken down?

because his website isn't affiliated with my website, he don't have permission to use my site name as a sub domain on blogger & all of this could affect my adsense account. is there a special link to report infringing blogger sites? Also, I have taken my site offline while I sort this out

Re: Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to my site -- I'm Complying PeggyK 3/13/12 1:10 AM
Regarding Blogger issues, I'd suggest posting in the Blogger forum:


But if your ads aren't displaying on his blog (or you are using the Authorized sites list in your AdSense account), his blog on Blogger shouldn't affect your AdSense account.
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