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Whether you’re a blogger or a webmaster, losing your AdSense account can be a traumatic experience. You won’t get any explanation and you will never be allowed to rejoin. This site is dedicated to the discussion about the prevention, appeal, re-application, and alternatives to AdSense. Please register below and participate our Forums.

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Should I appeal? (part 2)

So you’ve read “Should I appeal? (Part 1)” and decide that you want to make an effort to get your AdSense account back. For the sake of the remaining revenue in the account, it might be worth it.  But you care about your name and are worried that your websites are blacklisted for AdSense. Ok, do it. There are three steps you have to follow:

For step 1, the Vaughn’s Google AdSense Penalties Chart is the most comprehensive analysis found on the Internet.  You should read the discussion there.

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5 responses to “Should I appeal? (part 2)”

interglazeNo Gravatar Says: April 15th, 2009 at 4:01 pm

Does Google also blacklist the websites if an account is disabled for AdSense?

What if we use other google account on same website?

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BobNo Gravatar Reply:

I don’t think the website is blocked, because the website can be sold/transfered to others. Gogle wouldn’t want to be bothered with those argument. Besides, they still need a big adsense network.

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hair loss products reviewNo Gravatar Says: April 7th, 2011 at 6:35 pm

I think the google has the record of all the websites and how you access. Your IP will be traced. So if you are blacklisted, all you have to know why it contact the admin. There’s a form to be used and it answers why.

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Bianca SoleiNo Gravatar Says: April 11th, 2011 at 1:06 pm

Good luck with that Google doesn’t care one whit about the thousands os disabled AdSense accounts of small time businesses people That’s because it gets most of its revenues from large advertisers that it caters to, some spending tens of thousands of dollars a day. It would rather spend its time cultivating those relationships than the many small business people who could really use its help. It is the most frustrating company I know when it comes to custemoer service.

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WilliamNo Gravatar Says: January 21st, 2012 at 9:10 pm

Definitely you should consider appeal because there has been cases that the account was reinstantiated after a review. I have never been there, but this should be a very traumatic experience is a large amount of your total income. That is very intelligent to diversify as much as you can.

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