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Google AdSense Page Level Penalty Confirmed + New Policy Publisher Center

  • Google Adsense/ Policy Center Update

Google rolled out two new Updates this morning. 1) Enabling new feature of Removing Page–Level advertisements in the case of violation. 2) Making a new Policy Center for the Publishers using AdSense, so that they can understand policy actions that affect their website in a better way.

Removing of Page-level Ads:

So basically this new Google policy will remove ads on a page which is involved in some sort of violation instead of removing ads from the whole site. In past, the whole site was penalized but now Google has enabled this new policy.

Google said:

Historically, for most policy violations, we remove all ads from a publisher’s site. As we roll out page-level policy action as the new default for content violations, we’ll be able to stop showing ads on select pages, while leaving ads up on the rest of a site’s good content.

Google also mentioned that they can also take site level action when needed and when it’s necessary.

New Policy center for publishers using AdSense:

A new Policy Center for the publishers all around the world. So that they can understand why their site or page was under violation and can resolve the problems to get back on the track. New Policy centers are going to make it easier for the publishers to recover from the penalty as there will be much more transparency between them and Google.

Google also said that there will be more policy centers for different publisher’s platforms in addition to AdSense so that the publishers can understand the policy and can grow their businesses in a better way.

 

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