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Started by cypdevil, January 06, 2011, 05:05:15 AM
QuoteHello Brian,Thanks for following up and for updating your site. I have reviewedcypenv.org/smf/index.php and can confirm that your implementation ofGoogle ads on the registration page of your forum is indeed acceptable.Sincerely, BenThe Google AdSense TeamOriginal Message Follows:------------------------From: <deleted>Subject: Re: Google AdSense Policy EnforcementDate: Sat, 31 Dec 2005 18:14:18 +0200I've removed the contentious text and apologise for the inconvenience caused. I misunderstood your policy which I thought to mean something to the effect of "Please help us fund this site by clicking on the ad". I find that it is a very fine line you draw between the non-permitted "support our sponsors" and the permitted "sponsored links".I do have one problem and seek your dispensation for it. I've applied ads to http://www.cypenv.org/smf/index.php. As I understand it, you do not like ads on the registration/profile pages of forums, but permit it on the forum pages. I have not found a way of not having the ad on the registration page yet have it on all the other ones as the header is common to all pages. The ads that come up on the registration page are contextual, usually for password management software, so I cannot see the reason for your objection. Please confirm this is OK.Regards,BrianGoogle AdSense wrote:> > Hello,> > > > While reviewing your account, we noticed that you are currentlydisplaying> > Google ads in a manner that is not compliant with our policies. For> > instance, we found violations of AdSense policies on pages such as> > http://www.cypenv.org/Files/cars.htm> > > > Publishers are not permitted to encourage users to click on Google adsor> > bring excessive attention to ad units. For example, your site cannotcontain> > phrases such as "click the ads," "support our sponsors," "visit these> > recommended links," or other similar language that could apply to theGoogle> > ads on your site. Publishers may not use arrows or other symbols todirect> > attention to the ads on their sites, and publishers may not label theGoogle> > ads with text other than "sponsored links" or "advertisements."> > > > Please make any necessary changes to your web pages in the next 72hours. We> > also suggest that you take the time to review our program policies> > (https://www.google.com/adsense/policies) to ensure that all of yourother> > pages are in compliance.> > > > Once you update your site, we will automatically detect the changes andad> > serving will not be affected. If you choose not to make the changes toyour> > account within the next three days, your account will remain active butyou> > 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.> > > > Sincerely,> > > > The Google AdSense Team
Quote from: Illori on January 06, 2011, 06:10:10 AMwe already have several mods plus tips on installing google ads in the forum. this might be better off in the tips board though. also you might find that people that use other themes may or may not be able to follow your tip here as their index.template.php may be too different then the code you posted here. I am also assuming you want the index.template.php file edited with your code as you dont say which file to edit.
Quote from: travelsense on October 30, 2012, 10:01:51 PMI do have one problem and seek your dispensation for it. I've applied ads to another forum software site