Why did Google disable my site's AdSense?

I want to know the reason
Thanks in advance

Hi Hamza_Ali, welcome to the forum.

Nobody here can answer that, this is the SitePoint forum not Google support.

Give these a read


I’m surprised Google would not have contacted you about this, but if after reading the above you believe Google made a mistake, contact Google Support

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Majority of banned Adsense account has something to do with clicks and impressions. It is in these area where most webmasters commit a mistake. They are not aware that repeated clicks of their own ads even for the purpose of curiosity say 3 to 5 clicks can get your account banned. Appeal process of banned account takes time, a lot of time. Better spend your time looking for alternative ways of monetizing your site. You should have been notified via the email you used in registering your Adsense account and therein indicated the reason why your account is banned.

your question is already answered by cus u did received an email immediately after the block or disabled your account and u should also send the message on google forum no here https://support.google.com/adsense , https://forums.digitalpoint.com/forums/adsense.27/ , https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/adsense , https://www.webmasterworld.com/google_adsense/
but https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/adsense and https://support.google.com/adsense are the ones you would post your questions and get quick and right answers from i have used it too

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I’m afraid that @trust_stanly is right. The only ones that will really know the reason are Google themselves. It is fair to assume that they think that you have receive your amount of fake clicks because this is the most usual reason.

But at the end of the day, you’ll still have to conact Google and, as much as we would love to help, there’s not much that we can say about the matter. Only Google knows

… and unfortunately, Google won’t always bother to explain themselves, or to communicate. Unfortunately know this from experience.

I’ve never used Adsense so I don’t know, but that seems to be a bad practice.
I mean, the reason should be somewhere. Even if cryptic it should be either in an email sent to the one the account has registered or in the control panel. And if not, Support should get back to you.

Yeah. The appeals system for AdSense is automated. They don’t respond to messages. They even tell you they may not respond to any further messages or appeals.

People can and do receive essentially lifelong AdSense bans without receiving any actual data on why, without any real appeals process, and without any actual bilateral communication with Google. It’s very frustrating - but that’s what happens when you’re perceived as the only game in town. Pleasing customers matters less. Especially a segment such as people wanting ad revenue.

I doubt you’ll get any response from Google. You may want to read the TOS and maybe you’ll figure it out or at least come up with good guess. I’d say most are banned due to ‘invalid ad clicks’ from your users.

Looks like there are several things that constitute “invalid”
A bit scary that it involves automated analysis and the appeal process is so poor.

One thing I found interesting is that some links intended to drive traffic to the site - commonly seen as an SEO “plus” - can result in Adsense considering them as invalid

Google’s proprietary technology analyzes clicks and impressions to determine whether they fit a pattern of use that may artificially drive up an advertiser’s costs or a publisher’s earnings. Our system uses sophisticated filters to distinguish between activity generated through normal use by users and activity that may pose a risk to our advertisers. Some examples of this activity include clicks or impressions generated by unethical users, automated robots and traffic sources, and publishers encouraging clicks on their ads. Our system enables us to filter out most invalid clicks and impressions, and our advertisers are not charged for this activity.

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Yep, and that’s the scary part - one stupid user (or a misguided one who thinks they’re helping) can technically get you, personally, banned from Adsense (it’s not just for that one implementation, in most cases that I’m aware of). That’s… really frustrating.

Or possibly a malicious one who knows exactly what they are doing.


They do respond i have used it and Google will reply: when my adsense stop updating quickly i posted a comment on there forum and it was a google agent that replied before i got messages from other users who has been in such situation too.

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