Today’s Topic is a Guide to Beginners Who have just started blogging and using AdSense for monetization. If that’s you, you may have issues regarding AdSense ads. And “why my AdSense ads are not showing on my blog” is of those issues you might be encountering along the process.
In this post, I will give you plenty of reasons and possible reasons to help you fix the issue.
So let’s begin…
Why Google Ads Not Showing On my Blog & Website
1. Adsense PIN is not Verified:
Adsense PIN is a very Common Term for all bloggers. If you don’t know about the Google Adsense PIN, Please read my Guide: What is Google Adsense PIN?
If your Google Adsense ads are not showing on your blog, it may be possible that you have not verified your Adsense address. So, it is essential to check your Adsense address.
2. Google ads Not Showing because your Adsense Account has been Disapproved due to Invalid Click Activities
In Some Cases, you will find that your Google ads are not showing on your blog because of invalid Click activities on your Website. Google has an ingenious technique to interpret any fraudulent Clicks on ads. So make sure not to make any Click on your blog. Otherwise, your Adsense account can be Suspended.
How Can I Get back My Adsense account again?
A few years back, I encountered the same issue. In the morning, when I checked my Gmail account, I found an email from Google Adsense letting me know that “your Google AdSense account has been disapproved”. I felt Despair.
But I was curious about “why google ads are not showing on my blog”. They told me the reason behind it. They said that your account is disapproved due to the Invalid Click Activities on your ads.
To get back my AdSense account first, I learned about invalid activities.
What are Invalid Click Activities
These are nothing but fraud Clicks or Impressions on ads. It is also known as artificial traffic on a website.
Invalid Clicks may be generated by following activities
- If you click on your own (Publisher’s ) ads.
- A Periodic or repeating Click activity on ads from a group of people
- Use of deceptive Software to create automatic clicks on ads
These activities are strictly prohibited by Adsense. If it detects involvement of any of these activities. They may suspend your account at any time.
Most People Complain that “why there is a difference between finalized and estimated earnings. Well, it’s the very first reason behind it. So if you find any of these activities, follow the tips given below:
- Keep an eye on your Adsense Account Regularly.
- Do not click on your ads.
- Never involve in any untrusted Third-Parties ads networks.
- Consult on Google Adsense Help Forum.
- Do not place More than 5-7 ads on a single page of your web.
- If you identify any invalid activity on your site, please fill up this form (Invalid Click activities contact form)
Bonus Tip: If your AdSense account has been disapproved. then to get back your account, you can fill up this Adsense Invalid click activity appeal Form
You have to fill out this appeal form. After a while, you will receive an email informing you about your AdSense account. They will schedule a date for your AdSense account re-activation. This duration may vary from 15 days to 30 days or more. At the end of the period, you will get a confirmation email. Now you can see ads on your blog & Website.
3. Ads Blocking & Cookies Issue
Sometimes, there is a cookies issue that may also be responsible for blocking ads. So due to this reason, google ads are not showing on a blog. So make sure that before browsing, keep deleting your cache files & Cookies from the browser.
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4. Wrong Ads Code Implementation
Here you have to Compare your exact ad Code (Copied from AdSense >my ads>Create New ad unit) with the Code showing on your Browser View Source page. If you find any difference between both of these, then you can place a new ad code copied from the AdSense ad unit.
5. You Signed Up through an Adsense hosted Partner
Suppose you signed up through Adsense hosted partners like youtube or blogger and show ads on your Customized, own domain name. In that case, you need to apply a one-time approval request from within your AdSense account.
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