Some More Questions About Getting Away Of BAN From Adsense:::
>>How do I keep away from getting terminated of Adsense? >> Do use the Adsense approved formats only. >> Do keep your click-through data and income private. >> Don't display Adsense on registration or thank you pages. >> Don't use Adsense code and a competitor's content-targeted advertisement on the same page. >> Don't encourage anyone else to click on ads. >> Don't click on the site's own ads ever. Read the Adsense policies and terms.
The easiest method an account can be banned is by a Webmaster clicking on the site's own ads. Spikes in click-through percentages are hefty red flags. Those are the changes worth becoming proactive over by emailing Google Adsense. A site that rises from a consistent 1% click-through rate to a 10% click-through rate on one day could become suspect. The actual percentage that creates the flag isn't made public for obvious reasons.
>>What if I get denied when I sign-up and Google says I got banned before, yet I've never used AdSense? >> If you get this E-Mail.... Your AdSense account was found to be related to an account previously disabled for invalid click activity. A publisher who has an account that has been disabled for invalid clicks is not allowed further participation in the AdSense program. And you've never used AdSense before try to figure out WHY they might be thinking you were once banned. IP Address? Owning a domain that was once owned by a user that cheated AdSense?? Once you figure out the cause, send them a nicely worded explanation, and cross your fingers.
>> How Much Can I Earn From Google Adsense? >>Google does not disclose exactly how much you'll earn per ad that is clicked. The commission you receive per click depends on how much advertisers are paying Google for the particular Ad You will earn a share of that amount. I've heard of earnings anywhere from 2 cents to $15 per click. So it is logical to believe that keyword phrases like debt free, employment, make money, mp3, sex,etc. will earn you more per click since these are highly competitive keywords that are searched for quite a bit on the web. Advertisers generally pay more for popular terms because they are searched for more. Even though Google will not reveal how much you are earning for each ad that is clicked from your site, you can still login to your account at any time and see the total amount of revenue you've generated that day, week, month, year, etc. For example, if you see that you've made $12.60 today from 9 clicks then you can calculate that your average click-thru commission was $1.40 per click. That's as detailed as their stats will get. Also remember, that's only an average. You won't know how much each specific ad brought in.
>>How to get unbanned from Adsense? >> Read these Articles.
>>How to get my Adsense Account back? >> There is No way to get it back but You Can Try Once by Filling an Online Appeal Form. Next time you join a program, read the Terms & Conditions CAREFULLY.
>>Does high CTR mean elimination from Adsense? >> probably not. It shows your site is much optimized. It's when you have a massive spike that you want to worry about it. One thing to worry about is getting click-bombed. If you average 100 clicks a day, and suddenly get a 500 click day, contact Google immediately.
>>Can affiliate text links be on the same page as AdSense? >> Yes. Though if you join programs that look like AdSense, such as Yahoo ad program, where the ads show content related to the page, you can't have them on the same page as Google.
>>Can I place Yahoo and Google ads on the same site? >> Yes, BUT, they can not be on the same page. And you can have it random, one time Yahoo, and another time Google. Just don't have them both show up on the same page.