AdSense program Policies

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Traffic sources

Google ads cannot be placed on pages that field traffic from certain sources. for example, publishers may not participate in pay-per-click programs, send unsolicited emails, or display ads as a result of the operation of any software application. in addition, publishers using online advertising must ensure that their pages comply with Google's landing page qualification guidelines.

AdSense program Policies

You can also check out our official blog for updates, examples and FAQs about our Program policies.
all publishers must comply with the following policies. Therefore, please read the policies carefully. If you fail to comply with these policies without Google's permission, we reserve the right to stop serving ads to your site for any time and/or to opt out of your AdSense account. If your account is disabled, you will be removed from the AdSense program.

Since we can change our policies in any time, please visit this page very often to see updates. as a warning to our online terms and conditions, you are responsible for monitoring and complying with any changes to the policies posted here. Exceptions to these policies are permitted only with Google's approval.

Google AdSense policies overview invalid clicks and impressions

Publishers may not click on their own ads or use a method that artificially increases the number of impressions and/or clicks, including manually implemented ones.

Promoting clicks
Publishers may not ask others to click on their own ads or use a deceptive method to get clicks. This condition includes, but is not limited to, offering to pay users to view or search ads, promising to collect cash for third parties in exchange for doing so, or placing pictures next to individual ads.
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content guidelines

Publishers may not place AdSense code on pages with content that violates any of our content guidelines. For example, content that is available to adults, that is violent, or that promotes racial intolerance can be given. For more information, read our Help article titled banned content.
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