5 Content Prohibited by Google AdSense Part 2

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We have already discussed the 5 Content that is Prohibited in Google AdSense Part 1. It turns out that there are still 5 other contents that are equally prohibited from having Google AdSense ad code installed.

However, there are still those who violate it because publishers often have limited information regarding Google's rules and policies, which makes publishers do things that are contrary to Google AdSense policy rules.

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As a result, Publisher websites are detected as violating the rules or “Policy Violations”. If Policy Violations occur frequently, of course it can affect website performance and ad revenue received by Publishers.

Of course you don't want to keep breaking, do you? Therefore, let's see

5 content that is prohibited by Google AdSense. What are they?

1. Misleading Content

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Misleading content is one of the contents that may not be embedded with Google AdSense ad code. What is meant by misleading? Google's version of misleading is that the content contains information that is unclear, provides untrue statements, and is deceptive in nature. Google does not want its users to use misleading information as a place to earn advertising revenue. Examples of misleading content are hoax news, disinformation, false claims, and misuse of company logos.

2. Content Loaded with Malicious Software

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Second, content in which there is malware or malicious software is also prohibited from being attached to the Google AdSense ad code because it is considered to be able to damage computer networks and user devices. Google wants the safety of its users to be guaranteed and to avoid these dangerous practices. Examples are computer viruses, worms, trojans, spyware, and so on.

3. Sexual and Vulgar Content

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Google will not allow you to monetize content that contains sex and porn as it is considered vulgar. This includes text, pictures, audio, video, pornographic cartoons and prostitution. Google prohibits this because it is considered inappropriate if someone is still using sexual content as a field for money to be displayed on a website that can be accessed by anyone.

4. Adult themed Family Content

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Sometimes, publishers contain adult information, even though the content is intended for families and children. Unfortunately, sometimes there are those who monetize this content. It is also banned by Google. Google doesn't allow monetization of adult material wrapped in family content. It's as if the content is intended for families, even though if you examine it further, it turns out that it has adult smells such as sex and violence that are not in accordance with the intended audience.

5. Content of Sexual Harassment and Pedophilia

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Sexual harassment and pedophilia content is also prohibited from being attached to the Google AdSense ad code because it violates Google AdSense policies. Google wants its users to be safely protected while on the internet. Moreover, Google is also widely accessed by children under age. Therefore content that contains sexually attractive behavior towards minors will be prohibited from being monetized by Google.


Those are a number of important points regarding the types of content that are prohibited from being installed with the Google AdSense ad code because they can be subject to policy violations. So that publishers are not exposed to issues of violating Google AdSense rules and policies, it would be nice if in installing the Google AdSense ad code on the content on the website, always follow the rules from Google, including not monetizing content that is prohibited by Google.

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Dodi Maulana
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