Thursday, 25 March 2010

Google's Email To Us: You have 3 working days to make changes to

Many of you are wanting to know what Google said to us regarding the removal of Adsense, as they have recently been accused of 'disappearing sex blogs', yet violent images continue to be widely available. Most people fear sex more than violence, right? Of course, they allowed us to earn a few dollars from your clicks before they expressed concern, which as part of their terms and condition gets confiscated. Sort of like allowing a drug dealer or illegal pornographer to earn a small fortune before bringing him down and confiscating the money. All this despite tellign us in their email that they can automatically detect these things. Why not detect them before allowing people to earn. I guess, there is no money for them doing it that way. Well, here is the email:


While reviewing your account, we noticed that you are currently displaying Google ads in a manner that is not compliant with our policies. For instance, we found violations of AdSense policies on pages such as Please note that this URL is an example and that the same violations may exist on other pages of your website.

As stated in our program policies, AdSense publishers are not permitted to place Google ads on pages with adult or mature content. In addition to photos and videos which contain nudity or sexual activities, below are some other examples of unacceptable content:

* Lewd or provocative images
* Crude or indecent language, including adult stories
* Sexual tips or advice
* Sexual fetish sites (e.g. foot fetish content)
* Adult toys or products
* Ads or links to external sites containing adult content
* Adult links and/or adult keywords within the meta data in the source code of your site

Please make any necessary changes to your webpages in the next 72 hours. We also suggest that you take the time to review our program policies ( to ensure that all of your other pages are in compliance.

Once you update your site, we will automatically detect the changes and ad serving will not be affected. If you choose not to make the changes to your account within the next three days, your account will remain active but you will no longer be able to display ads on the site. Please note,
however, that we may disable your account if further violations are found in the future.

Thank you for your cooperation.


The Google AdSense Team


  1. Fuck google and there non sex loving ways!!

  2. Very interesting... I've seen Google AdSense on so many sites with questionable content to begin with.. Your site is pretty tame by comparison. How do they find out about this? Does someone have to complain? "While reviewing" sounds like they are out scouring the web to find sites...

    How do you get the job where you browse all day looking for something dirty? Is that a volunteer position or do they actually pay?

    John @

  3. But you're just stating facts, providing references in your links. Oh Google, I am disappointed in you.

  4. If you are looking for a good contextual advertising network, I suggest that you take a look at Propeller Ads.