Seegatesite.com , as an AdSense publisher, surely we are very annoyed if someone trying to misuse on our AdSense Account. The abuse are variety, including fraud click , bomb click , and there are also using our AdSense code on their blog sites. We don’t understand what person want to do this kind of abuse of from our AdSense code. As an AdSense publisher, surely we understand the regulatory rules or policies established by google adsense as a advice to monetize the site and we have to follow the term and conditions.
If you receive a notice like the following :
In the past 7 days, your ad code has appeared a signifiant number of times on sites you don’t own. To avoid lost revenue, make sure to add these sites your owned sites list in Site Management
I wonder what the purpose of the abuse of the ad code, which surely if they perform activities of cheating and breaking the rules that have been established by Google AdSense, it will be bad for our AdSense revenue, even probably your AdSense Account will be banned.
Before this happens, I will give some tips to prevent misuse of your Google AdSense code, which is by enabling the authorized features.
The function of the authorization feature of this site is to give permission for specific sites are allowed to display advertising, while for the unit ads posted on other sites without permission will not be recorded in our AdSense revenue. By enabling the authorized features, will make your Google AdSense Account more secure from abusing our unit ad.
How to prevent misuse of your Google AdSense code taken by others
Go to the AdSense’s home page then click the settings menu located in the upper right
Select the site management
Then tick the checkbox on the right menu site management
If you haven’t added your owned blog site in the list, you should add first so your Google AdSense revenue recorded.
Thus article about Prevent Misuse Of Your Google AdSense Code From Other Site, hope useful 🙂
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