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12/20/17
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Victor Kachi

AdSense Ads Doesn't Display

AdSense ads doesn't display. Sometimes only one ads unit would display and others won't. While sometimes none would display.
 
Been experiencing this since 3 days now. Many publishers are complaining about this also.
 
What's really the problem?
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Cornish
12/20/17
Cornish
Exactly the same, right down to the sometimes seeing one ad. Only been happening to me for two days, though.
kampbell4
12/20/17
kampbell4
Yea, this has also been happening to me for two days as well. I have had a big drop in coverage. Some ads don't display and some display. Mostly seeing empty/blank ads.
12/20/17
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Know Wayout
When ads only show sometimes, the problem is generally that the page affected is violating Google policy. Post an affected URL if you want confirmation.

This is not a bug. It's a feature.
Cornish
12/20/17
Cornish
Thank you Know Wayout.

I will await news from Google, as there's nothing in the policy violations section yet.

There do seem to be a lot of people experiencing this problem right now. Is that usual? I'm new to this forum.

Have checked policy guidelines and can't see any obvious breaches.
12/20/17
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Know Wayout
The first step for AdSense is to cause the ads to be intermittent. Then, they go away completely. If the publisher doesn't get the hint, then they get an official notice. If that doesn't work, then the website is disabled. Usually, this is a permanent thing.

So sit on your hands if you want. Once it becomes official with a notice, things can get dicey quickly. Your choice though.
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illeana Hotphotos
4/10/18
illeana Hotphotos
is the problem fixed or it will continue. Ads are not displaying. Please anybody give the advice what to do overall to get ads display.
 

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