Banned in Google Adsense? Appeal vs. New Account

Apr 24, 2008 • 10:13 am | comments (5) by twitter | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

A WebmasterWorld member has been banned from Google AdSense and wants to try again after several years on hiatus. He says that the past banning was due to fraudulent clicks but does not know the origin, and he'd like to start anew from a clean slate.

Is it possible, or is the ban for life?

AdSenseAdvisor says that you are able to appeal your account termination, but if you get banned for invalid clicks, you cannot participate in the program again. Since it's been several years for the publisher, it appears that the appeals process is the only way to go. In other words, you can't reapply, but you can certainly try to talk to Google about your previous banning and see if there's any recourse.

Forum discussion continues at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Ravindranath C

01/27/2009 08:36 am

I have created my Account and web site onw week back the message sent me with in 2or 3 days you will get you account details but still now my account has been not activated.please tel me what is the problem. Ravindranath

raju

05/04/2009 06:03 pm

hai this good account

raju

05/04/2009 06:04 pm

I have created my Account and web site onw week back the message sent me with in 2or

Ad Sense Aspirin

07/03/2009 05:33 pm

aacrepairbible@gmail.com- The new account process has to be done to perfection. Please do not make it seem this simple. Anyone who wants the process, done in order and to make sure Google doesn't BAN you again because of a misstep, email me for the information.

William Pinn

02/07/2010 08:02 pm

Thanks for the article! I recently wrote an article discussing how Google catches even the most clever Adsense cheaters. It is located at the URL I provided above.

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