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Too Sexy For Google?

It’s true, I’ve just discovered that this blog is just way too sexy for Google. How did I discover that I was just way, way too sexy for Google? I am so glad you asked.  :cheesey:  Here is the email that I have received from the the Google Police.

Hello,

This message is to alert you that one of your websites is not Too sexy for Google Nicole Scherzingercurrently in compliance with our AdSense program policies and as a result, ad serving has been disabled to your website.

Issue ID#: 24529858

Ad serving has been disabled to:wassupblog.com

Example page where violation occurred:http://wassupblog.com/why-does-sex-in-advertising-sell/

Action required: Check all other remaining sites in your account for compliance.

Current account status: Active

Violation explanation

Google ads may not be displayed on adult or mature content. This Screen Shot 2013-10-01 at 9.19.24 AMincludes displaying ads on pages that provide links for or drive traffic to adult or mature sites.

For more information about keeping your content family-safe, please review our program guidelines and these tips from the policy team.

Google ads may not be placed on adult or mature content. This includes fetish content as well as sites that promote, sell or discuss sexual aids. Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • sexual fixations or practices that may be considered unconventional
  • sexual aids or enhancement tools such as vibrators, dildos, lubes, sex games, inflatable toys
  • penis and breast enlargement tools

For more information about keeping your content family-safe, please review our program guidelines and these tips from the policy team.

Google ads may not be placed on adult or mature content. This Lewd or provocative poses miley cyrusincludes any site which contains:

  • full nudity
  • pornographic images, videos, or games
  • pornographic cartoons or anime (hentai/ecchi)

For more information about keeping your content family-safe, please review our program guidelines and these tips from the policy team.

Google ads may not be placed on pages with adult or mature content. This includes, but is not limited to, pages with images or videos containing:

  • Strategically covered nudity
  • Sheer or see-through clothing
  • Lewd or provocative poses
  • Close-ups of breasts, buttocks, or crotches

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For more information about keeping your content family-safe, please review our program guidelines and these tips from the policy team.

Action required: Check account for compliance

While ad serving has been disabled to the above site, your Screen Shot 2013-10-01 at 9.36.17 AMAdSense account remains active. Please be aware that the URL above is just an example and that the same violations may exist on other pages of this website or other sites you own. Therefore, we suggest that you take the time to review the rest of your sites to ensure that they’re in compliance with our policies, and to monitor your sites accordingly to reduce the likelihood of future policy emails from us. Additionally, please note that our team reserves the right to disable accounts at any time if we continue to see violations occurring.

Appeals

If you wish to appeal this disabling then you can do so by using the Issue ID listed above to contact us via our Help Center: https://support.google.com/adsense/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=113061.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

The Google AdSense Team

Too Sexy For Google Moral Police

You may notice that there is a link at the end of the email that will allow me to appeal this decision. I thought about it for all of two seconds and have decided it’s not worth the effort. I am finally free of the Google moral police telling me what I can and can not post on my blog. If it was up to Google each and every one of the photos on this post could get me banned! Really? I personally do not find any one of them objectionable.

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So, as far as Google Adsense goes on this blog I say good riddance. I am now free to write what I like, to post whatever image I feel appropriate without having to worry about the Google Adsense police.

If you have any thoughts feel free to leave a comment below.

 

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  1. Twitter:
    Dude, I think we both knew it was coming and it was surprising it didn’t happen much earlier, especially after what they did to me. And I never looked back at getting it on that blog, though I’m glad they still left my account active, as yours is, since I have websites it works well on.
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    1. Sure did Mitch. I’m surprised it took them so long and that they picked on that particular post. Something that didn’t surprise me was that they picked on a post which never displayed Adsense ads. Looks like they’re now targeting ads that appear anywhere on the blog, regardless if it’s on the post or not.

      Not to worry, I can now include more lovely images of women. :devil_tb: Besides, as far as Adsense is concerned I’m earning more on YouTube than all my blogs combined so that’s where I’m focusing on at the moment.

      Then there’s also my Lottery sites, no Adsense and revenue is continuing to grow.
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  2. It is sad, and confusing as to where Google ‘draws the line’ on images such as this. I see your ‘under the radar’ posting of pics that you have harvested from Google in the first place, so who gets to post what, and when?

    1. Yeah, I can’t write a post with these images but it’s fine for Google to supply them. What’s with that?

      It’s not just the images though, Google also has a thing about content and the links your point to. You have to be so careful and even then you’re likely to do something to piss them off.
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  3. Twitter:
    I think You need to delete that Post and get your Adsense Reinstated.Because getting an Adsense Account is very hard these days so just get your adsense account back and then remove all the ads from your blog and do what you want.

    1. Delete the post! Are you crazy. I’m finally free from Google’s shackles and can write whatever I want and include images of my choice. That calls for celebration. :drunk_tb:
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      1. Twitter:
        See that’s not exactly what i want.I just want you too get adsense back because once adsense is gone you can’t recover it back.SO get adsense and remove it from you blog and do what i Want.I visit your blog daily just because i Love the way you post and i also don’t want you to stop i was just saying to take precautions and be safe.

        1. Don’t worry, they didn’t cancel my Adsense account, they just stopped serving it to this site.

      2. But how will you make money of your blog now?!

  4. I see you’re using the PulseHover plugin for your images. Sweet! I use that too for some of my sites. I’m definitely going to share one of these images to my G+ using it.

    Luckily for you they didn’t ban your entire account! Congratulations on your new found freedom to post all the sexy images you want!

    1. Yep, it’s a great plugin isn’t it? I love it.

      As for not banning me completely, I reckon I have to be lucky sometime :wink:

  5. If those images are pornographic then the goverment should close around 20 magazines and 100 TV shows and Google too.. I like to watch boobs somethimes and even with “Safe search on” at Google i get more nudity thant this xD

    1. Not to mention that Google supplied every one of those images! Still, I suppose they’re looking after their advertisers best interest. Can’t blame them for that.

  6. Hello,
    “They just stop serving ads on this site”, this is a good sign, I mean they did not ban your account.
    And I would like to Thank you for being an inspiration “you proved in above comments that you write, because you are passionate about what you write, not because Google wants you to write something else.”
    Keep it going.
    Regards!

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