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Google is “kind” enough to return that to the advertisers.So, what happened to my sites and where do I go from here?
All of my sites still rank exactly where they were before in Google.In fact I have received a few other private emails from people in the past couple of weeks that had their Adsense accounts shut down. So, this isn't something I did, but I believe Google is getting MUCH more aggressive about shutting accounts down.I would suspect that accounts with a high number of domains are at higher risk.So, with some experimentation I hope to find some other contextual advertising networks that get me close to where I was with Google Adsense.It won't be easy, and to be honest I would be very surprised if my sites earn what they were earning with Google Adsense with any other network. I already have approved accounts (and have for a couple of years) to the following networks: e Bay Partner Network Amazon Associates Program Chitika Ad Brite I was also recently set up on Vibrant Media. In addition, I am approved to a ton of other affiliate networks.I received the same message for all of my business accounts as well; I no longer have any access to Google Adsense.
The news fell on me like a ton of bricks, and I'm still a bit dazed and trying to climb out of of the rubble. However, since I have always tried to be as open as possible here on my blog, I felt like I needed to share the news with you.
In fact, you have probably heard of lots of other reports of people getting the Google Adsense accounts closed as well.
Here are just a few others that have also recently had their Adsense accounts shut down: Zac Johnson Ghauer Chaudhry Eric @ My4and many others.
However, I have a lot of testing to do in the coming months…not fun.
I can personally never have an Adsense account under my name according to Google.
So, all I can say is that Google has obviously changed something on their end.