For a detailed Google Adsense Case Study, Please read this preceding post on
Website Serving Google Ads Code Disabled – Overview and Case study on How to Troubleshoot it, but if you need straight solution on you can restore back blocked and banned ads serving your website, read on!
Ways for Resolving Google Ads Serving Your Website Has Been Disabled Problem
There are literally two (2) ways for resolving Disabled ads serving website problems
- Filling a reconsideration appeal request form
- Changing your domain name and doing 301 htaccess redirect
For a complete guide on how to effectively use Google adsense reconsideration appeal form to get back disabled ads serving your site please read this post.
Changing Your Domain Name and Doing 301 Htaccess Redirect
If you are just like me that did not get success using Google reconsideration appeal request form after ads serving my site was disabled, then the second option is your best bet.
Whenever google adsense stop serving ads to you, it’s not your website that is affected, it’s your domain name.
So if after ensuring your web pages are in compliance with Google adsense program by deleting every conflicting web pages and contents whatsoever and Google still refuses to restore ads serving your website, the best option is for you to change your domain name I repeat.
Using www.MediaTechBlog.org as an example, Google adsense suddenly stopped serving their ads there as said earlier in my preceding post here http://new.mediatechblog.net/internet-tips-and-tricks/website-serving-google-ads-code-disabled-overview-and-case-study-on-how-to-troubleshoot-it/
Carefully Select a Similar or Exact Domain with Your Old Domain Name
After my domain name at www.MediaTechBlog.org had been shut down by google adsense, I have to ensure the domain name I got look similar to the former one. I tried buying MediaTechBlog.com which had already been registered by someone else, but the guy was not willing to sell.
Luckily for me MediaTechBlog.net was available and I quickly went over to NameCheap.com and I have it registered.
After buying Mediatechblog.net, It was now time for me to do htaccess 301 redirect from Mediatechblog.org
How to Do Htaccess Redirect
I am not a coder or programmer just a smart blogger, you may contact your hosting company for help on how to do effective and SEO friendly htaccess 301 redirect from a domain name to a new domain name
If you website or blog is hosted on hostgator, you can read this 301 redirect tutorial or directly contact hostgator customer care representative live chat here who would be more than happy to move your website from one domain to another for you.
You may also contact people on Freelance.com, Guru.com, Fiverr.com etc, but the former is more secure and better than the later
What to Do after Doing 301 Htaccess Redirect
- Submit your new domain to Google Webmaster tool
- Add Google analytic s or any other third-party website tracking code to your site via your its dashboard
- Promote your sites across the social network
- Begin to do link building at least with the simplest blog commenting, you can use this automated tool Drop My Link to search for blog posts and niche relating to yours
Disadvantages of Changing your Domain after Ads Serving It Had Been Shutdown
- I lost a solid PR of 3 domain www.mediatechblog.net
- I lost my website search engine result page (SERP)
- I lost all my website social sites stats and counts that is my blog posts facebook likes, twitter and stumble upon stats and counts etc many of which were over 100k
How to Know if Ads Serving Your Website Has Been Re-enabled By Google Adsense
You will get a notification email from Google after they would review your site, and if it all changes have been made, Ads serving to your website would be enabled
Below is snippet of the email Google will send you once they have re-enabled ads serving to your website
Thank you for making the requested changes to your site in order to comply with our policies. After thoroughly reviewing xxxxxxxx, we have now re-enabled ad serving to this site.
Because ad serving to your site was temporarily disabled, you many notice a delay of up to 48 hours or more before ads begin appearing on your site again. We appreciate your patience and cooperation.
The Google AdSense Team
It took my site 24 hours for re-enabled ads to starts showing up
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Lets me know you think, have you think, where you able to resolve your own google ads issues? lets us know on the comment thread