Adsense on adult pages?

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    sinaritx

    Is it possible to use Google Adsense on adult related pages? If so what limit do they have? Has anyone tried?

    #3534 Reply

    DOC

    You can put it there but they’ll run community service ads as soon as anything adult trips their filter. In other words – zero benefit. I’ve always wondered if I can have AdSense on a custom Google Search page for an adult domain. I’d like to change away from WordPress’ lame search functionality to something better and if AdSense could be on it, that would be great.

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    johnnynight

    I totally see what your saying. I have noticed it on quite a few adult sites over time, not sure how they are succeeding in doing this though.As far as I have ever heard though, no adult sites ever with Adsense.I wish google would finally come up with something for the adult community to use like adsense.

    #3536 Reply

    sinaritx

    Exactly, I’m sure I’ve seen it on Adult sites.

    #3537 Reply

    flodd

    And cancel your adsense account and not pay you…

    #3538 Reply

    FrederikP

    Yeah and they have no problem continuing to push their ‘ads’ until you actually remove the code yourself. I guess it’s not against their rules as long as they don;t have to pay you for it. Check out all the google ads on blogspot.com, specially the ones flagged adult, their rules don’t seem to apply there.

    #3539 Reply

    jamessdede

    I cannot imagine anyone with an adult site running Google Adsense successfully. I wouldn’t even go there – it’s disallowed specifically in the terms and conditions.

    Some sites use the Adsense knock-offs – Adbrite is one of them. You will probably find that you’re going to have to have an awful lot of hits in order to make any real money. I believe that Adbrite pays you on CPM, not CPC (per click)… that means you will be earning dimes and quarters for every one thousand impressions that you display their ads.

    Frankly, in my opinion you can be a lot more clever controlling your own ad space and selling stuff through affiliate programs. You should know your own audience better then some detached sweatshop-style ad network.

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