What can I do if a site is causing pop-ups or installing viruses on my computer?

As mentioned in AdSense program policies, sites showing Google ads may not change user preferences, redirect users to unwanted websites, contain pop-ups or pop-unders, initiate downloads, or include malware. If you come across a site displaying Google ads that are violating AdSense policies, please let AdSense know. In addition, if you believe your computer has been … Read more

How Secure is my AdSense Account Information?

AdSense understand that completing an online transaction requires a great deal of trust. AdSense takes this trust very seriously and make it AdSense the highest priority to ensure the security and confidentiality of the information you provide. Google uses industry-standard SSL (secure socket layer) technology to protect every interaction you have with AdSense. This protects … Read more

What does Google AdSense do with my Personal Information?

First, AdSense makes sure that it is securely processed and stored as stated in the Google Privacy Policy. AdSense uses your personal information solely for the purpose of running your account and communicating account information to you. Please note that Google may disclose to third parties personally identifiable information about you for the purpose of approving … Read more

Does Google AdSense collect information about my site?

AdSense securely collect and store the information you provide AdSense through your Google AdSense online account. AdSense will also crawl your site periodically to serve the most relevant content ads on your site’s pages. Google may also collect certain types of information from a user’s visit to your website, like the following: How the user … Read more

Give Access to AdSense Crawler in your robots.txt file

If you’ve modified your site’s robots.txt file to disallow the AdSense crawler from indexing your pages, then AdSense is not able to serve Google ads on these pages. To update your robots.txt file to grant AdSense crawler access to your pages, remove the following two lines of text from your robots.txt file: User-agent: Mediapartners-GoogleDisallow: / This change will allow AdSense … Read more

Your AdSense Site is Inactive

If your site hasn’t shown any ads for at least four months, then it is considered inactive. When this happens, you’ll see an alert in your account, and you’ll have one month to start showing ads again. If your site remains inactive for over five months then it will need to be reviewed again. You … Read more

Make sure your Site has Unique Content and a Good User Experience

Before you can start monetizing a site with AdSense, it’s important that your site: Complies with the AdSense Program policies Provides enough unique and valuable content for users Has good navigation and user experience AdSense encourage you to create high-quality sites rather than a large quantity of sites. Below we provide our tips to establish a … Read more

How to Manage your Sites in AdSense

On your Sites page you can build a list of your sites to use in AdSense. For example, if you want to show ads on a new site or set up site-level blocking rules, you first need to add your site to your site’s list. You can add any site that you own that complies with the AdSense Program Policies. Adding … Read more

User Access FAQs in AdSense

Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about user management in AdSense. Who can manage users? You must have Admin access to add users, remove users or change users’ access levels. Why can’t I add this user? The user is already linked to another active or disabled AdSense account. The user is the alternate username of … Read more

How to Change a User’s Access level in AdSense

Note: If you have Admin access, you can change a user’s access level at any time, even if their status is “pending.” To change access to an account: Sign in to your AdSense account. Click Account. Click Access and authorization, then click User management. To change the user’s access level, either: Check the Admin access box to raise the access level to … Read more