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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Adsense Was Disabled

Meryl was asking me where are my Google advertisements....hmmmm, I was disabled. Before I join adsense, I have other friends who warned me about the adsense trend. They said that they were DISABLED when they reached the quota. Google won't pay if the account is disabled.

I did not listen. For more than a year, I let adsense appear in my blogs. Of course, my readers clicked the adsense ads and by doing so, it generate money for me. Two weeks ago, I had $103.00 and that was ready for pay out. My sister also scheduled to be paid on Oct.11. Guess what, both of us was disabled. I sent an email but they did not reply.

I joke about it with David. Guess what, it happened to him too. Was I mad? Of course I was! But, what can we do? That is why Google become richer by doing this thing to others. Was I still mad? It doesn't matter! In my mind, it is better to give than to receive.


  1. oh, oh... i'll check my google adsense too...

  2. oh gosh.. u too Amy? Mine was disabled on the 30th May.. around that time.. sigh.. i wrote to them, an appeal... they rejected.. try and appeal AMY.. mine was going to achieve the payout too... sigh..

  3. asa naa makita nga disabled ang adsense?

  4. ganun? welgahan nato ang adsense... ayaw nalang.. ngita nalang ta lain....

  5. i experienced the same. never knew there was a trend goin on with adsense till i read this post. i got an email from them when i reached past the threshold some time in 2008 telling that i manipulated my ads so i was like...


    now i know!


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