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5/8/10
Original Poster
hostcow

Clicks/impressions but no funds $0 Why Adsense? if google's not paying....

We have adsense displayed on multiple websites and we get so many hits/impressions but our account stay on $0, google need to explain this to us for we have directed mass traffic to other adword clients and received nothing for it?

This is in my opinion not what i signed up for need to be addressed as soon as possible, Google owns the search engine market yes and have the slogan to always be nice, not what Google do here!

Whats the problem, explain

The ads get clicks from various places, I've even gone as far as asking other network/clients to support the program and see if they like to buy advertised content via the adsense links. They click and still nothing, we would like to offer google adsense on our Domain Parking and Auction website here

http://www.domainnameauction.
co.za and use our adsense account to earn revenue for all the clients that park their domain names on the system, the adsense does NOT WORK!!!!! and Google's clients are scroring free traffic from us without GOOGLE PAYING US!!!!! yes google receive money from their advertisers on Adwords but not paying their adsense clients!!!!

Google need to step up with answers.

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5/8/10
Original Poster
hostcow
We wanted to signup and use Adwords but with these actions from Google we rather support Yahoo and Bing to advertise unless Google can proof us wrong, we have just created the account with http://advertising.yahoo.com/smallbusiness/ysm and we get what we signed up for.

We know that Google do pay clients and we have other businesses that we a partner for, we do received adsense money. But this does not apply to every adsense client.

We will have a full report on this in the next 3 weeks published to 56 Websites we own to explain the outcome of what this is all about.
Kukana
5/8/10
Kukana
You've answered your own question.  You *asked* people to click the ads.  Google are smart enough to know when that happens, and the clicks are considered invalid.  You risk losing your account altogether if there are too many invalid clicks. 

5/8/10
Original Poster
hostcow
Hi Kukana,

It's the clients choice if they want to click on the ADS don't tell me that i answered my own question if the clients click on the ads it's their choice right!

Did I see we clicked the ads? No i did not so please get you facts right before you start to make accusations!

If I ask you to support networks and you click on those links to look for a specific thing it's you choice why is it there in the first place then?

"network/clients to support the program and see if they like to buy advertised content via the adsense links" READ THIS it say i've asked clients to support the adsense network to find CONTENT or things they interested in NOT TELL THEM CLICK THE ADS ALL THE TIME!!!!

Get your facts straight
Kukana
5/8/10
Kukana
This is what you said:

"I've even gone as far as asking other network/clients to support the program and see if they like to buy advertised content via the adsense links. "

That is breaking the terms and conditions of Adsense, and will lead to invalid clicks. 
5/8/10
Original Poster
hostcow
We are smart enough to know this seeing that we running multiple adsense blocks on various sites, do you think we new in this........... We just find that on some accounts we get no $0 for clicks received by end users. We open various adsense accounts on the google network for clients everyday!

So please don't tell me what to do
5/8/10
Original Poster
hostcow
Ok you tell me if you don't know what those blocks are for RIGHT, are you going to help another client or person to explain to them what its all about or are you just going to stand there with UM I DONT KNOW!
5/8/10
Original Poster
hostcow
We are here to help our clients to earn and support the google adsense network but if they not going to receive revenue then we rather point them in a different direction. I'm talking about +/- 2000 Domains here.
5/8/10
Original Poster
hostcow
Hay Kukana,

Don't come here and say all these negative things and then run away, explain my question and also tel the rest of the adsense users why this is? Don't just run ahead of yourself and blame people for clicking! Come back and give me a proper answer.
Kukana
5/8/10
Kukana
Excuse me?

Like everyone else, I'm a volunteer on this forum.  I'm nothing to do with Google; I'm just someone who uses Adsense on my site.  

You asked a question, I suggested a possible reason.  The whole idea of supporting the Adsense network is not how it works. Adsense doesn't need any 'support'.  You and your clients are not allowed to draw attention to the ads in any way.  Asking people to look at and consider supporting or using the ads is drawing undue attention to them.  And if it's your clients who are doing so, then it's even worse as they are likely to click more than once, in the hope of providing 'support' rather than due to genuine interest in the advertisers.  

If you don't like my answer, that's fine.  But there's no need to get so annoyed about it.  What are you here for if not to ask for suggestions as to why the clicks were counted as invalid? 


5/8/10
Original Poster
hostcow
We are very clear about the fact that clients can't just click on their own links, well there's no point in this. We pick this up on our own experience using this so i guess there's proper support for this.
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Hasan Habib
7/20/11
Hasan Habib
Sir You Answered Your Question That You Clicked But May Be Your Account Is Blocked For Some Reasons
you Can Check 
http://www.atoplists.com i am continouly earning small or more
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