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AdSense Policy Quiz

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1) Publishers may click their own ads to check whether an ad complies with AdWords policies.

Clicking your own ads for any reason is prohibited.

There are several options that will allow you to learn more about the ad, you can
  1. type the URL of the ad directly into your browser’s address bar,
  2. use the Ad Review Center in your account,
  3. install the Google Publisher Toolbar that allows you to view your ads in more detail without clicking on the ad.
Visit our help center for more information about the toolbar.
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2) According to our policies, publishers may not ask others to click their ads, use deceptive implementation methods to obtain clicks, nor do the following:

Asking others to click on ads on your site and placing ads in deceptive places or placing misleading labels, violates our policies, as it encourages users to click on ads without real interest.

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3) AdSense publishers may display Google ads on web pages with content protected by copyright law if they do not have the necessary legal rights to display that content.
Correct!AdSense publishers may not display Google ads on web pages with content protected by copyright law unless they have the necessary legal rights to display that content. Please see our DMCA policy for more information.
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4) AdSense publishers are required to adhere to the following:

It is required that AdSense publishers adhere to the AdSense program policies and webmaster quality guidelines to ensure we maintain a healthy advertiser-publisher ecosystem. Violating any of these policies will lead to account disabling.

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5) Publishers are encouraged to experiment with a variety of placements and ad formats. However, AdSense code may not be placed in inappropriate places such as pop-ups, emails or software. Publishers must also adhere to the policies for each product used.

Google ads, search boxes or search results may not be:
  • Integrated into a software application of any kind, including toolbars.
  • Displayed in pop-ups or pop-unders.
  • Placed in emails, email programs, or chat programs.
  • Obscured by elements on a page.
  • Placed on any non-content-based page. (Does not apply to AdSense for search or mobile AdSense for search.)
  • Placed on pages published specifically for the purpose of showing ads.
  • Placed on pages whose content or URL could confuse users into thinking it is associated with Google due to the misuse of logos, trademarks or other brand features.
  • Placed on, within or alongside other Google products or services in a manner that violates the policies of that product or service.

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6) To prevent user confusion, publishers may not display Google ads on websites that also contain other ads that look similar to Google ads (have the same layout and colors etc.). It is your responsibility to ensure that these ads cannot be confused with Google ads.

It’s important that users are able to clearly differentiate Google ads from other content or ads on the page. If they are unable to clearly see the difference it is considered a deceptive implementation that violates our policy.

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7) Up to _______ ad units and three link units may be placed on each page for AdSense for content.

Placing more than three ad units and three link units on a given page is strictly prohibited.

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8) For AdSense for search ads, a maximum of ______ Google AdSense for search boxes may be placed per page.
Correct! Placing more than two search boxes on a given page is strictly prohibited.
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