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How To Resolve Site Level Violations – Google Adsense Issues

By: Harshit Tandon

Site Level Violation In Adsense and It’s Solutions – Publishers of Google Adsense always want to make more money through their blog or website, however sometimes just to increase a chance of more ad visibility or to increase CTR, they start violating Google’s policies and so result in getting notice about Google Site Level Violation. Adsense’s site level violation basically are those violations that effect the whole website and not a certain post or page which means that either you are practicing bad behavior with ads in permanent elements of your website like sidebars, headers or you are using some black hat method for adsense ads implementation.

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How to resolve site level violation issues in Adsense?

  1. Check for what is wrong – This is the first thing you need to follow if you don’t want to get your adsense account banned.
  2. Check if your ads look like ads or not – This is often the most visible violation you can do and these violations are straight site level ones as you don’t arrange ads for each new post or page but you set them so that all your pages can show ads. So when you implement ads on your website, there are some basic misunderstanding that you must keep your visitors away from. What are they? Ok, check for the following.
    1. Does your ad look like it is some element of your page?
    2. Does your header ad seems to be the header itself?
    3. Are you using ads so that they look like menu?
    4. Are your ads indifferent to your content at all?
    5. Are you trying or accidentally have got the ads symbol of adsense hidden?
    6. Are ads on your website floating?
  3. Remove ads from 404 pages – Even though this must not be taken as a bad practice and it must not be taken in the section of site-level violation, it still counts. If you are showing ads on your 404 pages, it isn’t something good because adsense doesn’t like its ads being at places with no content at all.
  4. Stop Using too many ads and lesser content – Sometimes, you might get to see that some websites which have very little content show more than 3 ads on their website which results in ads over riding the content resulting in misunderstandings and unwanted user attractions to ads. Google does’t like that so you must limit the number of ads that you show in a way that it doesn’t over rides the content.
  5. For dense themes, use a separator or notification of ads – If your theme is too dense and your ads aren’t possibly away from the content, you can do one more thing. Use some notification like sponsored links or advertisement near the ad so that visitors are informed about the ad not being the content. This is considered to be a safer practice for adsense users.

So practicing these things, you can easily resolve your adsense site-level violations and keep your adsense account secure. Need more information, please comment below and let me know.

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