Google works hard to maintain an ads ecosystem that protects advertisers, publishers and users from fraud and bad ad experiences. As a result, Google may sometimes place a limit on the number of ads your AdSense account can show. This might be a temporary ad serving limit while we get to know you and evaluate your traffic quality, or it might be because we've identified invalid traffic concerns in your AdSense account.
If your ad serving has been limited, you can learn more about what it means and what you can do below. To better understand what may have caused the ad serving limit, visit our Guide for ad serving limits.
Account being assessed
Ad serving on your account is being temporarily limited while we assess your traffic quality. We'll automatically review and update this limit as we continue to monitor your traffic. Unfortunately, we can’t say how long this will take.
What you can do
Continue to build your content and audience while we assess your site traffic. Also make sure you’re complying with the AdSense Program policies.
In the meantime, your account is still fully accessible and you can view details about this account-level enforcement in your Policy center. We encourage you to be proactive in making sure your account complies with our Program policies.
Invalid traffic concerns
Ad serving on your account is currently being limited due to invalid traffic concerns. We’ll automatically review and update this limit as we continue to monitor your traffic.
What you can do
Your account is still fully accessible and you can view details about this account level enforcement in your Policy center. We encourage you to be proactive in making sure your ad traffic complies with the AdSense Program policies.
In the meantime, we recommend you review these resources on invalid traffic:
- How Google prevents invalid traffic
- How you can help to prevent invalid traffic
- Learn how to segment your traffic
- Learn more about purchasing traffic