Jan 31 2007

Hit Exchanges And Google AdSense

Click to go to Mike's Money Making Mission I have written a little on my own blog today about Blog Soldiers and AdSense.

Blog Soldiers appear to be sending out emails stating that: ‘There is nothing in Blogsoldiers that violates the Terms of Service of AdSense.’

Personally I see this differently having had a ‘warning’ from AdSense, a while back, for using Hit Exchanges such as Blog Soldiers.

I have enlarged on this further on my own blog Mike’s Money Making Mission so I won’t repeat the same here. However, I think members of Blog Soldiers should consider carefully what they are doing if they are using AdSense on their blogs.

I am not saying I am right. I’m just that bloggers should form their own opinion. Google are known to disable accounts that do not comply with their policy.

Good blogging,

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4 Comments on this post


  1. Matt said:

    i received that same email and began to question what they were stating

    i went in search of my own answer and had hopes to find some way to contact google but came up short

    i found the submission form it just wouldnt go through

    January 31st, 2007 at 9:04 pm
  2. cctech said:

    I contacted Google and asked for clarification because we got the same “we are detecting hits from certain sites BLAH, BLAH, BLAH” email. Of course, they we less than thorough in their explanation and referred me to the TOS. Anyway, to make a long story longer, after several back-and-forth emails with them, blogexplosion, blogmad, etc. are no-nos, although Google did not come out and specifically mention them by name – they fit into the violating “category”.

    So, we stopped using those traffic exchanges, removed Adsense from the home page (its not like I was going to retire from those MASSIVE checks anyway) and started concentrating on renting space with text-link-ads and AdVolcano. We’ll see what happens.

    January 31st, 2007 at 9:29 pm
  3. Matt said:

    good luck with the advertising, we sure could use some websites to advertise for!

    February 1st, 2007 at 7:16 pm
  4. Mike said:

    Thanks for the opinions. I expect the word is getting about of the clash between AdSense and the Hit Exchanges. Blog Soldiers were no doubt trying to protect themselves from losing active members. However I feel that their email shows a lack of care to their members by giving out information that is purely in their own interests.

    February 4th, 2007 at 4:18 pm


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