Google Adsense and P!nay $candal

Last October, 2007, I started a SEO campaign about P!nay $candal. It was a success, with lots of bloggers joining the campaign blogging about it. Some people are even messaging me up to these days if they can join it.

Today, however, after more than 3 years, I was informed by a friend who joined the campaign that his Google Adsense account was disabled (not banned). Google contacted him and told him that the reason is his p!nay $candal post. This happened 2 weeks ago, he already deleted the post and made an appeal, but up to now, Google has not replied to him yet, and his Adsense is still disabled on his particular site, but it still works on his other sites.

It seems like Google Adsense is becoming stricter with their policy. Although we don’t promote adult-content, getting flagged, having your Adsense disabled and appealing is not a good experience. According to some forums, an appeal can take days, weeks or even months before Google respond.

So, although I started it, I’m recommending everyone who joined the campaign who has an Adsense ad on it to delete the post so as to avoid getting your ads disabled and go thru all the hassles of appealing.

I guess, this is the end of this campaign. Thanks for all the support and I’m sorry to anyone who joined the campaign for any trouble that it might have caused you.

Please spread the word and inform those people who joined the campaign. Thanks.

Marhgil Macuha

Marhgil Macuha is a Computer Engineer by profession. He is a professional network marketer in the Philippines, with business partners all over the world.

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