Being showed the exit door from AdSense is one of the hardest pills to swallow in this world as a blogger. Making thousands of dollars from Adsense is inevitable but when one is banned, it’s simply elusive. So what are the options for someone who has being banned from Adsense? And that’s what I’m here to let you know. Come on, give me some fans! Ha..ha.. Okay, lets go.
For some unlucky reasons (mostly due to the invalid click activity), your Adsense acount account has being disabled by Google-(Google love their advertisers more than you). Although Google strongly emphasizes that they have sophisticated tracking programs, as well as human monitoring, to track for the invalid clicks, they often make mistake and charge some innocent Adsense publishers, and take away their rights of participating in the program for the rest of their life. I must admit that this is definitely unfair.
If you received that email-( which was condemning you from the use of Adsense) I am sure you are very frustrated by now. The first thing to do is to read carefully on why Google charge you and took away your Adsense account. You should also think twice on whether you have committed that charge. Then, prepare all the evidence in favour to your defence and make an appeal to Google. Then, pray that Google will give you back the Adsense account, and most importantly, the earning accumulated inside. However, chances (though really low) are there that you may get back your adsense account. Fill in the appeal form and as usual hit the submit button.
As I have mentioned before, the chances that your Adsense account would be reinstated is as small as to how a sinner who died in his sins is going to make it to heaven.
If your account is really banned unluckily, you may wish to open a new Adsense account. But from the Google’s policy, if a publisher is banned, he/she cannot apply for another one.
But there is a little trick that can enable you get a new Adsense account.
So how do you get a new Adsense account?
First, choose a new computer to start a new blog/ site with blogger, and then apply it with Google Adsense. Make sure that the IP address is completely different with those you had used to login your Google and Adsense accounts. With that, you’re simply on course with your new Adsense account. Google will approve your account if your new site is clean and have enough contents. Then, use those computers only (or other new computers with new and different IPs) to login your Adsense account. Never login your adsense account with the one you previously used, because that will let Google know this new Adsense account has correlation with the previous invalid click activity and disable your account.
Remember, it’s your Adsense Account which was banned and not your blog. Good! So you can still add Adsense to your former blog but as Jesus said to that woman, ‘’Go and sin no more’’ so must you not engage in any dubious activities again. Otherwise your new account would be banned again and again.
Hope it helps.