Some time ago, when I started my first blog, I did the same thing as you did. I applied for a Google AdSense account and incorporated AdSense code into my blog. I set up daily AdSense notification to see if there was any click on the ads. The most joyful moment was when the first click happened, even though it was just 10 cents. I traced my webserver log to see which blog the user read before clicking, and came to the conclusion that people only click the ads when they enjoyed the reading.
Yes, later I experienced your pain. Without warning, a dreadful email entitled “AdSense account disabled” showed up. I was so disappointed and disheartened that I stopped blogging for a while. It could not be the money. I didn’t even qualify for the first pay cheque after 6 month. It’s the way I was kicked out. Ironically it is the way stipulated in the T&C we agreed to at the first place.
I am mourning with you. That’s why I’ve removed every bit of cheerful color from this site.
However, getting your AdSense account disabled is not the end of the world. You can still appeal, re-apply, or find an alternative. Browse the articles on this site.
If your AdSense account is still active, do so too. You’ll get the advice to prevent your account being disabled.
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