Google Adsense Beginner’s Rules
Recently, Google AdSense has become the most largest blog monetization tool because it’s easy to join but difficult to maintain i.e abiding by their rules. the Google AdSense program, easy to integrate a variety of ads into your blog, and ads don’t have to take up a lot of space. However, there are a few rules you must follow unless you want to get banned from the AdSense program and make no money at all.
Followings are the five core Google Adsense rules to adhere to;
1: Don’t Boost Clicks Artificially
There are ways by which Google AdSense publishers (such as bloggers) can artificially boost the number of clicks on the Google AdSense ads that appear on their sites.
Following are a few methods that might be tempting but are considered spam and are a surefire way to get banned from the Google AdSense program:
- Click on AdSense links on your blog yourself/self click.
- Asking other people to click on the AdSense links on your blog.
- Using any kind of automated process to increase clicks (whether you create the process or a third party does it for you).
- Joining with a group of other people to click on AdSense ads on each other’s blogs or websites.
2: Don’t Display More than the Allowed Number of Ads on a Page
Keep yourself update with the current Google AdSense Program Policies and only display the number of ads allowed on a single web page at all times.
3: Don’t Fill a Page with Ads but No Original Content/copy and paste
It is quite obvious that you can’t make money with other people’s original content/articles. Any page on your blog that includes Google AdSense ads must include more original content than ads. In fact, Google considers displaying a page full of ads with little or no original content a form of spam.
4: Don’t Create More than One AdSense Account
It might be tempted to create double Google AdSense accounts and publish ads from both accounts on the same blog in order to get around rule NO3 above, but doing so, is a violation of Google policies. While you can add more than one blog or website to your Google AdSense account, you may not have more than one actual account.
5: Don’t Try to Trick People into Thinking AdSense Ads are NOT Ads
Hiding text link ads within the content of your blog posts in an attempt to make people think thet they are not ads is a violation of Google AdSense policies. Bottom-line, don’t try to disguise ads in an effort to increase clicks.