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    Adsense ads doesn't show


    Hi,
    From yesterday my adsense ads doesn't show on one of my web site (just on one), this is the site: dojaja.biz as far as I know I didn't brake any TOS from google, never clicked on ads on my site, don't have any illegal stuff on site...
    Please help!
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    Looks like you're missing the google_ad_format variable from the javascript.

    Your best option is to go back into the Google Adsense site, recreate the ads and copy and paste the code again. I can only assume that you were editing the page/template at some point and the Adsense javascript was accidentally corrupted.
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    Originally Posted by JagNet
    Looks like you're missing the google_ad_format variable from the javascript.

    Your best option is to go back into the Google Adsense site, recreate the ads and copy and paste the code again. I can only assume that you were editing the page/template at some point and the Adsense javascript was accidentally corrupted.
    No, it's the new google adsense code that doesn't have "google_ad_format", still on the forum (dojaja.biz/dforum/) I have "old" code with "google_ad_format" and it's not showing
    Is it possible that google banned just one of my web sites or do they, when they ban, ban my adsense account?
    If you think they baned just one of my site do you have any ides why did they ban this one? I'm student and don't have much money so any (quick) help is welcomed, the only income I have is from google ad's and I don't even have that anymore
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    Ah, ok I hadn't realised the adsense code had changed.

    In that case I would imagine it's got something to do with the content of your tag cloud. There's a LOT of references to adult content in there, and Google's Adsense guidelines forbid "Pornography, adult or mature content".
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    JagNet thanks!
    I'll try to remove the tag cloud, but the cloud is just a link to search tearm and it's generated by what people are searching on my site, anyway if I remove the cloud, and let's say that is the problem, how long will it take for ads to show? and way google didn't send me any notice about the problem?
    Thanks!
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    I'm not sure whether it would automatically return once the content is removed -- having never been in this situation I have no personal experience.

    Your safest bet would be to remove the Adsense javascript, clean up the site, wait until the affected pages have been re-indexed by Google and the cache shows a clean copy, then add the Adsense code back in. If they still don't show then I suggest trying to contact Google, explaining that you made a mistake and that the site is now compliant with their guidelines, and request that they allow Adsense for it again.

    I doubt they contacted you since it was on obvious breach of guidelines.

    This does demonstrate clearly that allowing user generated content to show on your site without filters and checks in place is a very very bad idea.
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    Thanks alot, I'll try that. But stil I don't see an issue if I (or if it's generated by my visitors) and kayword say "sex" and lead to search on "sex" on my site if it doesn't have any sex (nude) content but anyway I'll do as you told me,
    Thanks!
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    It's most likely done automatically. You'd have to admit that a celebrity site with a large number of adult content related terms on the page that doesn't actually have adult content is a rarity.

    If you allow your site to look as though it's an adult site to a search engine bot (which can't see the content of pictures), you shouldn't be surprised to see it labelled as such.
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    Sure, but I thought (I read it somewhere) that google before baning site visit site (one of a google stuf - human) and check if a site is realy "spam site".
    Well I just hope that they will accept my site soon.
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    Originally Posted by InoxFire
    Sure, but I thought (I read it somewhere) that google before baning site visit site (one of a google stuf - human) and check if a site is realy "spam site".
    But there's a big difference between being a "spam" site and being an adult site - or there was last time I looked
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    my new google blogger blog don't show adsense ?
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    Posting in a 6 year old thread doesn't make any sense.

    Check the help sections on Google. Also look for any messages you might have gotten in your account
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    In that case I would imagine it's got something to do with the content of your tag cloud.
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    Posting in a 6 year old thread doesn't make any sense.

    Check the help sections on Google.

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