How Google Detects AdSense Invalid ****

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Post by web_master » Wed Nov 14, 2007 4:24 pm

Thats great thanks for the information.

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Post by Tails5 » Thu Nov 15, 2007 5:20 am

Useful for when I get Adsense, thanks :)
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Not Much For AdSense.

Post by Flickorian » Tue Dec 04, 2007 4:18 pm

I'm not much for trying to make other people money from **** ads on thier site. Not much of an AdSense type person. So, I surely didn't know all of those different things. I never realized that Google could tell where the **** were coming from, reguardless of I.P. change. It's definitely interesting to know.

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Post by moralx » Thu Apr 17, 2008 12:28 pm

interesting info indeed, i already knew it was a pretty secured system and they ban users quite easily. i do plan to use adsense or similar in the near future tho.


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Post by Gebbo » Mon Apr 28, 2008 10:54 pm

hmmmm didnt know what kool...
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Post by iBye » Sun May 11, 2008 3:03 pm

You all use Adsense here?
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Post by Ky » Tue May 13, 2008 3:50 am

If you run a forum and deal with people who aren't tech savy, you might also have to tell them not to **** ads. Sometimes eager members **** ads thinking they are helping, next thing you know your blacklisted.

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Post by Gebbo » Tue Nov 10, 2009 10:42 pm

yadhie wrote:How Google Detects AdSense Invalid ****

Still thinking to cheat AdSense? Stop that. It will never bring you anywhere. You might pull it off with smaller ads network, but definitely not with Google. Here are some detection methods they might use. At the very least, they have the resources to do so.

IP Address
If the AdSense **** is originated from the same IP Address as the one used for accessing your AdSense account, your account is flagged.

Most home users do not use static IP Address for Internet connection. In most cases just disconnect and reconnect will give you a new IP Address. But don’t forget, Google has set cookies on your computer.

Other Google Services
Thinking that you are safe just because you do not access your AdSense account? Think again. This time, consider these: GMail, Google Earth, Google Calendar, Google Search, Google Toolbar, Google Talk, Google Sitemap, Google Desktop, Blogger, and so on, and so on. With the wide range of services they provide, Google can trace the originator of most (or probably almost all) ****.
**** Pattern 1
Oh, why this computer / IP address / person is so trigger-****-happy on this particular website but never **** on the ads on other sites?
**** Pattern 2
And why is it that people accessing these sites direct (type-in URL or from bookmark) tend to be very active ad-**** compared with those referred from search engine or other sites?
**** Pattern 3
And why the ad-**** like to hit and run, compared with non ad-**** that surf a few pages before leaving?

****-Through-Rate (CTR)
Your CTR may range from 0.5% to 10%, but if it exceeds a certain point (probably around 10%), you are flagged.

Used Urchin (Google ****) before? Then you should know that Google can trace traffics origin down to the small town. Different IP doesn’t mean much. Unless you site is really targetted to one small geo-point, a high number of **** from nearby location will get you banned quickly.

Hardware address?
MAC address of the LAN card, modem, and router works almost like a fingerprint. I’m not sure if Google can track this, but probably they do. They have rocket scientist, remember?

Advertisers conversion rate
Ad **** is one thing. But does it bring value to the advertisers? If none of the **** on your site translate to conversion to the advertiser, you are in trouble. First the Smart-Pricing hits, then your AdSense account disabled.

Search Engine Ranking
Your website is not indexed on any search engine, not linked by any prominent website, but get consistently high traffic? That sounds like something is in play. Regardless of whether it is an adware-embedded software, spam, trojan ****, or intentionally installed ****-exchange network, it doesn’t sound right.

Webpage design
How about the “**** here” or “support us”? Google has the best search engine in the world. Is it really that hard to find those words?

Each of these detection methods might seem rather weak. But combine them together, and not many ****-fraud can pass-through these filters. Even the smartest **** will have a hard time.

In short, it is almost impossible to cheat AdSense in the long term. Instead of spending time, money, and effort trying to outsmart Google, try these tips to improve your AdSense earning.
Disclaimer : I’m not working for Google nor in anyway know anyone inside Google. Google might or might not use these methods to detect ****-fraud. I’d believe that they have much better detection mechanism.

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Nice, i didnt even know that but hanks for the info..
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How Google Detects AdSense Invalid ****

Post by undunk » Mon Mar 29, 2010 10:18 am

Hi OmnivoreInk,

I know that there are alternatives to Google. I have been trying to find one that is advertised in one of the newsletters I receive... but I cant trace it If I find it Ill send you the details.

Id also be interested to read your Obama blog.

Best wishes,

David H.

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Post by Nicke » Wed Apr 13, 2011 2:11 pm

....interesting, thanks :)
Sorry for my bad Englsh...:D

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