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Google AdSense September 2019 Update

Google AdSense saying through an email on Wednesday, 28 Aug 2019 at 20:13 that they are doing some updates in their algorithm and in their policy guidelines.

But most of our blogger friends are getting panic that their AdSense account will be banned as the per the email.

But not at all. Do you know that the upcoming policy changes of Google AdSense are already running from the last 2 years? Yes, that is. that’s why don’t need to worry about it.

Google AdSense always want to create a green ecosystem between Advertisers, Google & Publishers. That’s why when a publisher will not want to show its ads on a specific kind of pages, Google will not show the ads.

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Although Google says that the contents which don’t follow AdSense policies & terms google will not show ads or maybe disable those Adsense accounts.

Google Publisher Policies, which outline the types of content that won’t monetise through any of Their publisher products. These include: Illegal Content, Child Sexual Abuse Material & Paedophilia, Sexually Explicit Content, Adult Themes in Family Content, Intellectual Property Abuse, Endangered or Threatened Species, Dangerous or Derogatory Content, Enabling Dishonest Behaviour, Misrepresentative Content, Malicious or Unwanted Software and Mail Order Brides.

Another side if any advertiser wants to show ads on any restricted content of a website, then only the ads from the publisher will be displayed on those pages of the website.

Google Publisher Restrictions, which outline the types of content which will receive restricted sources of advertising. These include: Sexual Content, Shocking Content, Explosives, Guns, Gun Parts & Related Products, Other Weapons, Tobacco, Recreational Drugs, Alcohol Sales and Misuse, Online Gambling, Prescription Drugs, and Unapproved Pharmaceuticals and Supplements. Google Ads (formerly AdWords) will continue not to serve on any of this restricted content; it will only receive ads from other advertising products or via the use of direct deals between publishers and advertisers.

So, don’t need to worry. carry on your blogging as you doing before. More question, check our forum

Happy Blogging. That’s all for now.

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