Google Changes AdSense Feedback & Violation Form

Dec 21, 2006 • 8:23 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

A DigitalPoint Forums thread notes that Google has changed their AdSense feedback form. In the past, clicking on an ad's "Ads by Goooogle" link would take you to a special page. Now it takes you to product promotional page that looks like this.

You can then scroll down and click on the blue link that reads "Send Google your thoughts on the ads you just saw." That will open up a DHTML form, where you can give feedback on the ad or report violations.

Here is a screen capture if you don't see it.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.

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Comments:

AZhitman

12/22/2006 05:41 am

That's all well and good, but any reported violations will result in an email back from Google asking you to complete a form and mail / fax it in. Then, if it's not incredibly simple (no research required), the response comes back: We could not find the violation you refer to. NOTE: This was for glaringly obvious violations of the TOS, and I provided more than ample info.

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