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Buying Traffic (Not Clicks To Adsense Ads)

vbignacio
Sun 26 August 2007, 01:10 pm GMT +0200
is it okay with Adsense if i buy those 100,000 visits being sold on ebay? did you know anyone who got banned for using it in other forums?

Nikolas
Sun 26 August 2007, 09:50 pm GMT +0200
It is not ok if that traffic is coming from pop ups or pop unders (which is 99% of those programs)

YMC
Sun 26 August 2007, 11:17 pm GMT +0200
Isn't there something in the Google TOS about artificially increasing traffic?

vbignacio
Mon 27 August 2007, 03:39 am GMT +0200
It is not ok if that traffic is coming from pop ups or pop unders (which is 99% of those programs)

is that prohibited? Nik do you know where i can read that part in their TOS?

vbignacio
Mon 27 August 2007, 03:57 am GMT +0200
Isn't there something in the Google TOS about artificially increasing traffic?

no maam. i couldnt find anything about buying bulk traffic.

Nikolas
Mon 27 August 2007, 10:58 am GMT +0200
Read the TOS. There is a part that sais that you should not use the adsense code inside of popups.

Isn't there something in the Google TOS about artificially increasing traffic?

You mean fake traffic? If so the problem for Google is not the fake traffic, but the fake/invalid clicks :)

vbignacio
Mon 27 August 2007, 11:05 pm GMT +0200
Read the TOS. There is a part that sais that you should not use the adsense code inside of popups.

You mean fake traffic? If so the problem for Google is not the fake traffic, but the fake/invalid clicks :)

found this about pop-ups/unders:

"No Google ad or Google search box may be displayed in a pop-up, pop-under, or in an email."

and this about redirects and ad networks:

"Webpages containing AdSense code may not be loaded by any software that can trigger pop-ups, redirect users to unwanted websites, modify browser settings, or otherwise interfere with site navigation. It is your responsibility to ensure that no ad network or affiliate uses such methods to direct traffic to pages that contain your AdSense code."

GiorgosK
Wed 24 October 2007, 11:19 am GMT +0200
I send an email to adsense support yesterday and this was their answer
Quote
You're welcome to rotate ad code. Keep in mind that we ask that you not
artificially inflate your ad impressions.
find the whole discussion here
http://www.webdigity.com/index.php/topic,7275.0.rotating+adsense+with+other+ads+using+ajax+%3F+against+ToS+%3F.html

My take on their answer is that sometimes you get money for impressions (some ads are paying CPM impressions) and they would not like you to inflate your traffic because you actually inflate your ad impressions and you increase your revenue  and they charge their customers for traffic that has not even looked at their ad ...

vbignacio
Thu 25 October 2007, 03:42 am GMT +0200
yeah. thanks for the added info!

Nikolas
Thu 25 October 2007, 12:06 pm GMT +0200
BTW if you still want to buy bulk traffic that is ok with adsense, I know a company, but you should not expect any real conversion from them.

olaf
Thu 25 October 2007, 12:18 pm GMT +0200
BTW if you still want to buy bulk traffic that is ok with adsense, I know a company, but you should not expect any real conversion from them.

yep you pay more than you get :) I think buying traffic is cool if you have a product needed by everyone

vbignacio
Thu 25 October 2007, 01:40 pm GMT +0200
BTW if you still want to buy bulk traffic that is ok with adsense, I know a company, but you should not expect any real conversion from them.

no, not anymore. my earnings with adsense have improved already since august.

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