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  • Resolved vinay007


    In order to deal with crawl reports I by mistake redirected my page containing google adsense code to the index page/main page of the site via redirection plugin. After that all my adsense ads have disappeared from my site excluding some 468 x 60 and google search.

    I tried to published the google adsense code on my pages but now no ad is showing.

    Has google ban my site for displaying ads due to redirection I by mistake did?

    Is there any solution to the problem?

    I will highly appreciate your views.


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    1. Can you login to your AdSense account and verify if any notices are posted there? If so, see if any clicks are registered since your site went wrong..
    2. Remove the plugin that injects ads, and ads manually placed by you immediately.
    3. Which is the theme you are using? Portal or Default

    And most importantly, if the ads are not appearing there is no need to worry, but if the ads are running and if you click them accidentally, it can cause problems. Also, AdSense policies do not allow you to run ads on sites under construction/ under repair that requires so many unproductive ad impressions.

    No there are no notices posted.

    However, under hosted domains it is written “Hosted domains has gone away.
    AdSense stopped supporting Hosted domains on April 18, 2012.

    Yes there were 2 clicks registered with 0 page views yesterday for health site. On my other site the ads are showing up properly.

    No I haven’t clicked on my ads.

    All this happened after I installed “Redirection” plugin. Which I have removed now. I was redirecting the pages it was showing crawl errors.

    Is there any solution to this?

    Hosted domains has gone away

    Was this written? Where? Can you post a screen shot somewhere?

    AdSense stopped supporting Hosted domains on April 18, 2012

    How do you know this? Did you get any notice by email?

    What happens in similar cases, where Google thinks that AdSense policies have been violated is that they send a notice saying that “Ad serving for ‘—‘ domain has been disabled”. Did you receive any such notice by email? If not there is nothing to worry, though the two clicks can pose a question mark.

    Actually, there is no solution for it, because Google’s decisions on such questions are rarely reversed by them. The best thing is to keep quite and put back the ads after the site is fully functional. If nothing is wrong, the ads will show up. Ads are showing up, there is nothing to worry. If you put up such questions to them, it will have the opposite effect. However, it will not affect your other domains.

    Thank you Krishna, for all the help. I really appreciate your efforts.

    Regarding question (Hosted domains has gone away), it was written on Hosted Domains under category “My ads”. Please see the screen shot. healthandcare[dot]in/screenshot[dot]jpg

    I haven’t received anything from Google for any violation by email.

    My site is fully functional, I haven’t tried to put the ads again, but on some old pages I was able to see a few ads.

    I also just saw that under URL Channels the status is showing “Active” in green color.

    Nothing wrong! Enjoy!

    If the problem is solved please mark the topic as resolved.

    Yes Krishna, now I am able to see the ads. I just installed the new code and now I can see the ads. Thanks for your precious time and efforts.

    You are welcome!

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