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Adwords and Adsense

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My Adwords account has been suspended, but have not used adwords since 2008, I ran adsense on an autoblog and got a notification that the ads was suspended off that site (No email was sent to me, I found out when trying to use the keyword planner and seen the notification) and I immediately took adsense of all remaiming sites. I am now trying to use the keyword planner because I disabled ALL autoblogs (which the autoblog plugin creator said was ok to use adsense). Is there ANY way to restore my adwords account in order for me to create legitimate adword (adsense) compliance sites?

 

Thanks in advance for any help!

 

DarrylN

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Re: Adwords and Adsense

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Hi Darryl,

 

Thank you for posting on our Community forum. Before I start, I need to clarify an issue before I can address your AdWords account suspension. Since you indicated part of the problem may be related to your use of AdSense on an autoblog that was suspended, you may also need to consult with the AdSense support team. You can use the following link to contact the AdSense Community or their Support team: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/2708355?hl=en

 

Now let's address your AdWords account suspension. If your account was suspended for a policy violation, you may have a chance request reconsideration of your account. However if Google determines the violation is valid, your account may be permanently suspended. Here are the steps to request for a review of reconsideration of your suspended Ads:

1. FIX YOUR WEBSITE

In order to fix this issue, first you'll have to make changes to your website to ensure that the following quality guidelines are met:

Quality guidelines
http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?answer=35769&#3

2. VERIFY YOUR WEBSITE

Once you've addressed the issues on your website so that they follow our quality guidelines, the next thing you should do is get your website verified by Google. You can do this through your Google Webmaster account:

  • 1. Sign into Google Webmaster Tools with your Google account at https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/
  • 2. Click the "Add a site" button, and type the URL of the site you want to add. Make sure you type the entire URL, such as http://www.example.com/
  • 3. Click "Continue." The Site verification page opens.
  • 4. (Optional) In the Name box, type a name for your site (for example, "My Blog").
  • 5. Select the verification method you want, and follow the instructions.


3. REQUEST ANOTHER REVIEW

Once you've fixed your site and verified it, now you can submit your site for reconsideration and get it reviewed again.

Request reconsideration
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/reconsideration

Lastly check this link for a good thread discussion Disapproved Ads on: https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/Ad-Approvals-and-Advertising/Ad-Disapproved-5-Quick-Tricks-T...

 

I hope this information was helpful.

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Re: Adwords and Adsense

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Hi Darryl,

Based on the information you provided, you will still need to address the original reason why your account was suspended (adsense). If you create a new site that is associated with the suspended account, it is likely that it will be suspended too.

For your reference, there have been instances where an Advertiser sold the domain which had a suspension. Once that domain was sold to another party, the Advertiser still had problems with his account suspension due to the previous domain (url) regardless whoever was the new owner. My suggestion is try to get everything resolved on both your AdWords and AdSense account before you try to create a new site.

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September 2015

Re: Adwords and Adsense

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Google Employee

Hi Darryl,

 

Thank you for posting on our Community forum. Before I start, I need to clarify an issue before I can address your AdWords account suspension. Since you indicated part of the problem may be related to your use of AdSense on an autoblog that was suspended, you may also need to consult with the AdSense support team. You can use the following link to contact the AdSense Community or their Support team: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/2708355?hl=en

 

Now let's address your AdWords account suspension. If your account was suspended for a policy violation, you may have a chance request reconsideration of your account. However if Google determines the violation is valid, your account may be permanently suspended. Here are the steps to request for a review of reconsideration of your suspended Ads:

1. FIX YOUR WEBSITE

In order to fix this issue, first you'll have to make changes to your website to ensure that the following quality guidelines are met:

Quality guidelines
http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?answer=35769&#3

2. VERIFY YOUR WEBSITE

Once you've addressed the issues on your website so that they follow our quality guidelines, the next thing you should do is get your website verified by Google. You can do this through your Google Webmaster account:

  • 1. Sign into Google Webmaster Tools with your Google account at https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/
  • 2. Click the "Add a site" button, and type the URL of the site you want to add. Make sure you type the entire URL, such as http://www.example.com/
  • 3. Click "Continue." The Site verification page opens.
  • 4. (Optional) In the Name box, type a name for your site (for example, "My Blog").
  • 5. Select the verification method you want, and follow the instructions.


3. REQUEST ANOTHER REVIEW

Once you've fixed your site and verified it, now you can submit your site for reconsideration and get it reviewed again.

Request reconsideration
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/reconsideration

Lastly check this link for a good thread discussion Disapproved Ads on: https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/Ad-Approvals-and-Advertising/Ad-Disapproved-5-Quick-Tricks-T...

 

I hope this information was helpful.

Re: Adwords and Adsense

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Thanks -JP

I will go through everything you have provided me.

One more question if -JP or anyone else can answer.

The adsense ads I got the notification about in my adsense admin area was for that single site. I automatically removed from all other sites just to try and be safe.

Well... I have since uninstalled the website and the domain (url) is in the process of being sold.

QUESTION: Can I create a new site following -JP's recomendations from above and submit a new site for re-instatement? Or does it have to be the same URL?


Thanks in advanced for any help!

DarrylN
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Re: Adwords and Adsense

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Google Employee
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Google Employee

Hi Darryl,

Based on the information you provided, you will still need to address the original reason why your account was suspended (adsense). If you create a new site that is associated with the suspended account, it is likely that it will be suspended too.

For your reference, there have been instances where an Advertiser sold the domain which had a suspension. Once that domain was sold to another party, the Advertiser still had problems with his account suspension due to the previous domain (url) regardless whoever was the new owner. My suggestion is try to get everything resolved on both your AdWords and AdSense account before you try to create a new site.