Adsense Help 2011
Posted by classiindia on June 3, 2011
:::Help Questions for Participating In Adsense:::
>>Do they tell you when they send a check out?
>> Yes! Check the Payment History.
>>What are the highest paying keywords?
>> Your Answer is Look at this page.
>>How much can I earn with this program? >> Look at this thread.
>>I clicked my own Ads by mistake what to do now?
>> Its normal doesn’t panic. No one is perfect. Many of us have done that. If you are really worried, you can E-mail them.
>>Can my account be reinstated after being disabled for invalid activity?
>> If you feel additional information would be valuable in explaining your situation, you can notify Google at Adsense-adclicks@Google.com , or respond to the disapproval notice that was emailed to you.
Respond to the qu1.1estions asked by the support team, and they will be happy to reconsider your account with the additional information provided. There is no guarantee that you will be reinstated into AdSense. If they feel the advertisers and publishers will be adversely impacted by invalid activity we may from time to time cease a publisher’s participation in the program.
>>I clicked a Number of ads on the first day and I didn’t know. What do I do?
>> If you accidentally click on your own ads, it’s best to let the AdSense team know. Email http://firstname.lastname@example.org and Then Explain the situation.
>>Do I need to contact Google every time I make a new web site?
>>What is a good CTR?
>> It depends on the kind of site you got. Some sites have trouble getting a 1% CTR. Others have no trouble getting over 10% CTR. Check the links at the end of the FAQ for tips on optimizing your site.
>>How can I view my ads with out clicking them?
>> If you are using Windows and the Internet Explorer browser, you can download the Google AdSense preview tool. More information is available at:
If you are not using Windows or do not have access to the Internet Explorer browser, you can view the destination URL of ads appearing on your site by following the instructions on: http://www.google.com/support/adsense/bin/answer.py?answer=9876
If you use these tips, you can set your mind at ease when you want to view the ads appearing on your site.
>>Some times I get a message that says ‘Page could not be found’ with a 404 error, where the link units should be. What do I do?
>> Make sure you alternative ad URL is working, and from AdSense Advisor. I recommend contacting http://email@example.com.
>>How do I report a cheater?
>> Click the ‘Ads by Google’ link. Then select the ‘Report a violation.’ option and tell them about the cheater.
>> What Is Google Adsense? >>www.Google.com earns most of its revenue by allowing other website owners to advertise on their search result pages. All this is managed through a program they call Google AdWords Now you can Earn a share of the revenue that Google earns from AdWords by displaying these same text ads on your site. In other words, you’re helping Google advertise and they pay you a percentage of what they earn. This program is called Google AdSense !! Every website owner should at least consider the program. Even if your site is just for information purposes, you can still participate and make decent money with Google AdSense Or at least enough to fund your website. So if you are one of those people that don’t like the idea of paying for a site, this is an excellent way to earn your money back and then some.
>>Who is a Cheater? >> A Cheater is person who clicks his own ads and Encourages people to do the same he is also called a Fraud.
>>The Main Question Can I sign-up if I am under 18?
>> Yes. But you must have a parent or guardian submit an application using their name as the payee name and all payments will be made to the adult. NOT TO YOU.
>>I tried joining a week ago but I haven’t got any reply. What do I do?
>> If you don’t get a reply then E-mail Google.
:::Some Other Important Questions Related To Adsense:::
>>Will I get terminated for not generating enough clicks or impressions?
>> While this language is indeed included in the T&C, please note that we have never done this sort of termination.
>>Is Adsense status a good source to check your traffic?
>> Not really. Many visitors, including Firefox users can block AdSense ads. One user get’s twice the page views in awstat and webalizer than show up in the AdSense reports.
>>What do I do if I’m about to get bombed with visitors?
>> E-mail Google ASAP. At least a few business days in advance if you can, and save the E-mail and there reply. Suddenly getting bombed with visitors has been known to make Google send out that invalid clicks termination E-Mail. If you then get terminated, you can reply to them with a copy of your E-mail and there reply. Be polite! Explain to them what caused the massive increase in visitors, and include links to anything that can back you up. For example, a major web page that adds a link to your site.
>>Who pays more money $$Google or Yahoo$$?
>> There’s not a lot of info out on this yet. I got three quotes from three users that are now testing Yahoo… ‘Yahoo pays 100% more’. Another one is ‘finding YPN actually better than Adsense’, and ‘the CPC is better then AdSense’ Of course we don’t know how the payout will be after Yahoo get’s out of beta. As far as we know, they could cut payout in half a few months after going public when all the hype dies down. If you got Yahoo Ads on your site, post your results on the boards and compare them to Google Ads You will get the Answer.
>>Can we have images above or next to our ads?
>> Yes, but include a border line between the ads and use generic ads.
From AdSense Advisor…
Placing images above AdSense ads is not necessarily prohibited by program policies. However, depending on the method of implementation this could be considered `encouraging users to click on ads’. Encouraging users to click on the Google ads appearing on your site is prohibited by AdSense program policies. The reason for this is to prevent artificial inflation of advertiser costs. This benefits both advertisers and publishers by preserving the integrity of the network, and maintaining its long-term viability. If you have concerns about whether you have implemented your ads in a way that complies with AdSense program policies, feel free to email us with your URL. A specialist will be happy to conduct a review, and you will not be penalized.
>>How do I change my Email Address / login?
>> 1. Create a new email. If possible, use the email address currently associated with your AdSense account
2. Write ‘Login change request’ as the subject of your message 3. Include the following in the body of your message: * The email address currently associated with your account * The date of the first day your account registered AdSense impressions * The number of page impressions registered on your first day of impressions 4.Send the email to adsense-support@Google.com
>>My ‘Aggregate’ clicks are about 15% more than the sum of all my channel clicks. Why do I have missing clicks?
>> If you are using URL channels, some of these clicks could have been generated from cached versions of your page appearing in search engine results. Also, someone might be framing your content so the clicks are attributable to a different URL. Using ‘www’ in your URL channel can also have an effect on tracking. If you are using custom channels, it is likely that one of your ad units might not be attributable to a channel.
:::Some Questions Related To CPM & CPC Ads:::
>>What is CPC Ads V/S CPM Ads?
>> Cost-per-click (CPC) and cost-per-thousand-impression (CPM). When AdWords advertisers bid on a CPM basis, their ads will compete against CPC ads to display on your pages. Our technology automatically displays whichever ad will generate the maximum revenue for that page, so these ads should only improve your site’s revenue potential. If a CPM ad appears on your site, you will be paid each time it appears on your page, not every 1000 times. The term ‘cost-per-thousand-impressions’ refers to they way AdWords advertisers bid on these Ads. For example, an AdWords advertiser might bid $X for 1000 ad impressions. If this ad appears on your site through the AdSense program, you will receive 1/1000 of $X each time the ad appears. This type of ad will only show on your site if it represents more revenue potential than a CPC Ads.
>>Can we view CPM ads on our own site?
>> You are permitted to view CPM ads appearing on your pages without the risk of creating invalid ad impressions.
>>How could I be make money from no click?
>> With CPM ads these Ads are Cost Per Month Ads.
>>Why does the page eCPM goes down as day progresses?
>> The ads which pay higher can end because they reach their daily limit.
:::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.