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Yes, it is summarized in the title (except I forgot the word NO before notification and can't edit the title), ads have been disabled on ...

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    Unglücklich Ads disabled, no notification received on my adsense sharing site

    Yes, it is summarized in the title (except I forgot the word NO before notification and can't edit the title), ads have been disabled on my adsense revenue sharing site and I didn't get the notification email.
    My guess is that since on some pages all ad units are those of members of my site, and particularly the first ad unit, the notification email(s) must have been sent to one fine member who didn't bother to forward it to me.

    So now, since 8th march ads are disabled on the site, I tried to contact adsense on 10th march via their contact form, no reply for one week, so I tried again today via their disabled ads appeal form, but I had no notification ID to provide, I explained again in the message field.

    I haven't much hope they will reply, but I give them one more week before moving on.

    This message should serve as a warning to you, if your in the same situation, having an adsense revenue sharing site, please make sure you don't get over generous and never allow the first ad unit to not be yours, otherwise face the same consequences as me.

    For sure this lesson is well learned and from now on, you can't catch me not having the first ad unit being mine, on any of my adsense sharing sites.
    Last edited by JamesColin; 03-17-12 at 11:56. Reason: because I can't edit the title..
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    That is bad news.
    I hope you get your answer however most likely it will take a few weeks until you get a response.

    ps: I edited the title for you

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    Didn't get a reason for the desactivation, but I got a reply (copy and paste email type) saying that after reviewing my site they confirm that it is now compliant with their policies and now ads have been re-enabled. The thing is I hadn't changed anything from the moment they disabled the ads up to the point I received their reply.
    I emailed them again asking to give me the original reason for desactivating, so I can make sure it doesn't happen in the future, still waiting for a reply. The problem I guess is replying to my actual question would involve not copying and pasting.. So it's unlikely I ever get to the bottom of what happened and why ads have been disabled for 2 weeks..

    In the meantime I have already duplicated the site and installed it on another domain name, so now I have two, I'm going to continue modifying the new site, keep the articles and users as a base and then from now on the content posted won't be the same, as well as the template, etc.
    So it's a positive event after all, after some time there will be traffic to this new site, which is a direct competitor of my old site, but since it's also mine, FINE! :-)
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    Congrats on getting reinstated

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    They replied again (I'm impressed) and this time gave me a specific explanation of what happened.
    One publisher got his whole account banned and in the process they disabled ads on my site because he was a member and so had his adsense id on it. I don't know what he did and if he did it on my site, I don't know how many of "his" sites they disabled ads on.
    But what is good is that I know now that the issue wasn't because of something I had done or not done (like not moderating some content quickly enough)
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    Hadn´t read this before but here are my late congratulations on the outcome.

    It's good you know what went wrong.

    Good luck!

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    Thanks.. this event was positive, of course because of the outcome but not only, first I now have a second site that my lazyness wouldn't have allowed me to create otherwise and secondly it got me thinking about adsense regularly again like in good old times and actually using their new interface and track stats and try some A/B testing and optimize the RPM of my sites..
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    This happened to me late last month. One of my members had posted some adult content and Google I guess saw this before I could take it down, my ad sharing to my site got disabled(thank god my account didn't get banned) So I removed the content immediately and sent in an appeal. About a week or so later they finally got back with me and to my relief they enabled ad sharing to my site again. When I read the email that they disabled it, I pretty much died but then when I read the email they re-enabled it I felt like I had won the lottery lol.

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