Google AdSense no longer permitting ads on pop up or pop under pages

All ads are annoying. That is the fact and reality. The best you can do is tried to make it less annoying. This is what Google AdSense trying to do when it comes to implementing their ads policies. The latest updates of Google AdSense policies say that they no longer permitting the placement of Google ads on pages that are loaded as a pop-up or pop-under. This is good because the pop-up or pop-under ads is the most annoying ads of all. Imagine if you are checking out 10 websites at the same time with each of the website having pop-up ads. This will definitely slow down your work because you have to deal with additional 10 pop-up ads. Getting pop-up ads whenever you are checking out a website is definitely annoying. Check out the blog post title “Clarification around Pop-Unders” from Google Inside AdSense.

This might just be a trap for publishers who are currently serving pop-up ads. Not every publisher is receiving this clarification notice. Some of them might not even realize it until they are slap with an account termination email. The main focus of publishers is creating content. If Google AdSense really is taking care of their publishers, they should make sure that publishers are receiving the news. Sending emails to their Google AdSense account and up loading a blog post is not enough.

Usually publishers who fail to realize the change of policies are those who have been away from internet or Google AdSense for some time. One of the examples is those who are taking a few months break from the internet and went for a vacation. These publishers might not realize the changes which are happening when they are away. Their websites and blogs continue to run ads even when they are not around. Anything required to be done will have to wait until these publishers return from the break or vacation.

It will be best for Google AdSense to place a temporally hold on serving ads to those who fails to realize the changes in policies rather than just terminating their account directly. Try to listen and understand the situation and problem which publishers are facing. If Google really is serious about taking care of publishers, don’t slap an email of terminating account without listening to what they have to say.



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