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    adsense trick (watch out)

    If you enable allowed Sites in adsense and you forget to add approve url, no worry, adsense will still appear on the site, just no payment for you

    Just figure out cause one of my site with click and traffic but no payment

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    Something similar happened to me some time ago. I was displaying ads
    on a page, but not earning from it. not eve a penny from that page.

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    where do we find this option in adsense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldstone View Post
    where do we find this option in adsense?

    under adsense setup, at right corner "Allowed Sites"

  5. even when you put those links in the channels? and that i still have to chose Only allow certain sites to show ads for my account to get paid?


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    Quote Originally Posted by garfish View Post
    even when you put those links in the channels? and that i still have to chose Only allow certain sites to show ads for my account to get paid?

    this is what i suspect ....
    cause my site is running for few month, ad channel show few hundred pageview daily and few click weekly but estimate earning is always zero ...

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    This is really weired. I haven't expected any such thing from Adsense.
    They are the highest paying brand in Contextual advertising. How could they do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoeb000 View Post
    This is really weired. I haven't expected any such thing from Adsense.
    They are the highest paying brand in Contextual advertising. How could they do this?

    I guess is a method of getting paid from advertisers without paying to publishers

    ~Mike

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    I think you guys are misunderstanding the settings here.

    You have two options:

    1. "Allow any site to display ads for my account" (The Default)

    In this case, any website, even if you don't own it, that displays your ads and gets a click, you would get the earnings and get paid. That, however, also means that you could be penalized if someone decides to use your publisher id on a p0rn site or something. So it's always a risk.

    2. "Only allow certain sites to display ads for my account"

    In this case, you must specify in the text field all the sites you want to "allow" to display ads using your publisher id. Now, if you don't list a site here, and the site has ads with your id that get clicked, you don't get paid (and according to google the advertiser doesn't pay for the click either). This makes perfect sense, because you would use this setting to protect yourself from someone misusing your publisher id. Now, if someone uses your publisher id on a p0rn site, google will not penalize you and your adsense account will not be at risk since you didn't add that site to your "allowed" list.


    So, it's not really an "Adsense Trick" or some sort of Google scam or anything like that. Just a simple setting made for the publisher's convenience.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by tmongy View Post
    I think you guys are misunderstanding the settings here.

    You have two options:

    1. "Allow any site to display ads for my account" (The Default)

    In this case, any website, even if you don't own it, that displays your ads and gets a click, you would get the earnings and get paid. That, however, also means that you could be penalized if someone decides to use your publisher id on a p0rn site or something. So it's always a risk.

    2. "Only allow certain sites to display ads for my account"

    In this case, you must specify in the text field all the sites you want to "allow" to display ads using your publisher id. Now, if you don't list a site here, and the site has ads with your id that get clicked, you don't get paid (and according to google the advertiser doesn't pay for the click either). This makes perfect sense, because you would use this setting to protect yourself from someone misusing your publisher id. Now, if someone uses your publisher id on a p0rn site, google will not penalize you and your adsense account will not be at risk since you didn't add that site to your "allowed" list.


    So, it's not really an "Adsense Trick" or some sort of Google scam or anything like that. Just a simple setting made for the publisher's convenience.
    this is also what i understood from the start. where my ads will also be displayed in blogger even when i just auto set it up the blogger settings.


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