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mtorregiani
Hi, I'd like to make a question for Bondings or someone who has a forum with google ads...

Google don't allow you to visit your page and generate impressions, so how do you do to post and chack the forum???

Thanks in advance
mOrpheuS
mtorregiani wrote:
Google don't allow you to visit your page and generate impressions

That would be preposterous !
I'm sure Google's ad-program has no such ridiculous conditions.

Maybe they don't pay you for your own clicks, but stopping you from viewing your own page ?!

Although I haven't used adsense, perhaps someone else can confirm ?
elekis
I 'm shure google don't give a f*** a bout that.
if you take all admin of a forum, that don't represent a big number so...
oneightwo
i think they only stop you clicking the adds on your site. they definately wouldn't stop you viewing your own website. that would just be dumb. i think they just don't count clicks from the IP of the person who set up the account or something... Confused
ocalhoun
They just want to make sure you don't do something like this:
1: Create a webpage full of google adsense.
2: Visit the page repeatedly to gain revenue.
3: Get bored with that and make a program to do it for you.
mtorregiani
Oh, thanks for all you, I just have a misunderstand with the google rules Laughing
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