This article discusses Google Adsense policies and the types of content that is not allowed to be placed on a website with ads.
Prohibited content includes copyrighted material, hate speech, mature content, and illegal activities. Our content guidelines state that publishers are not allowed to place Google AdSense ads on user-generated content, websites or pages containing adult material, and other publishers’ content without their legal rights.
Publishers must also adhere to our policies and not promote other content or activities that are illegal, unsupported by the language of the ad code, or promote other activities that violate our policies. Additionally, publishers are not permitted to place AdSense code on websites or pages containing adult material. Publishers who violate these policies may be subject to a range of actions, including disabling ad serving on pages in violation and potential account suspension.
Content on Google AdSense is not allowed if it contains illegal content, or if it contains copyrighted videos and music. Music websites that encourage people to download music are also prohibited. Content from other sites, such as YouTube, may not be served ads via Google AdSense.
Additionally, content that teaches how to download YouTube videos is not allowed. For example, a website that serves ads through Adsense and teaches people how to download music containing copyrighted material would be in violation of the policies and potentially subject to a reprimand from Google.
Similarly, websites that contain content that is considered to be obscene, hateful, or otherwise inappropriate by Google’s standards can be banned from displaying ads. Additionally, repeated content violations can result in a website’s entire account being banned from Google Adsense.
Sites utilizing Google Adsense must follow all of the company’s policies in order to keep their accounts active. Google Adsense does not allow any content that violates their policies, such as prohibited illegal content, hate speech, selling counterfeit goods and monetizing illegal activities.
Inspired by its users, Google is committed to providing a family safe internet browsing experience. This also includes not using copyrighted content without permission and not selling content that breaks the law.
Content that is not allowed on Adsense includes pornography, illegal material, weapons, drugs and alcohol. This also includes any material or software that promotes the selling of weapons or drugs without legal permission. It’s important to read your Adsense terms of service before placing ads on your pages and displaying them to your users.
You should not include content in which you are not the owner or have the right to distribute it without obtaining the necessary legal permission. Also, you should not stuff keywords into your content in order to manipulate which ads will be displayed on your pages as this can result in a removal type of action from Adsense if caught.
Using online advertising with Google Adsense to place ads on your site is an efficient and successful way to monetize your website, but there are certain pages you should keep away from Adsense. This includes any page that promotes or links to any kind of illegal activity or violence, as well as pages related to sexual health tips or other inappropriate topics. You must also comply with Googles landing page quality guidelines and not link to certain sources that have been deemed inappropriate by Google.
Using Google Ads is subject to the terms of the Google Publisher Terms of Service, and violating AdSense policies can result in your account being disabled. Additionally, it is prohibited to show ads on any page that contains copyright-infringed content or links to such content.
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