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April livestream will be held tomorrow!
Register to discover key reporting features that help analyze performance data and track revenues. Create smarter reports for your AdSense earnings. Plus, receive top tips from our AdSense experts on how and where to show the right ads for your site.
https://goo.gl/DFQYt2
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When creating AdSense policies, we try to strike a balance between the needs of users, advertisers, and publishers with two main goals; protecting users and respecting their experience online, and preventing inappropriate content from damaging the long-term success of the digital advertising ecosystem.
https://goo.gl/X4eUh5
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For many years we had a policy of 3 Google ads per page. Now, instead of limiting publishers to an absolute number of ads, the updated policy requires publishers to have at least as much original content as advertising content. We discuss why we changed the policy and who benefits from the change in our latest video. https://youtu.be/gNu0Chtxa68
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Are you interested in learning more about the adult content policy?
We created this short video for you to talk about what we consider adult content, and to look at examples of content that may or may not be considered as violating this policy.
https://goo.gl/dAz7Vb
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As a follow up to yesterday's article, today we'd like to share with you how we protect publishers. Please read on to learn how our policies and policy enforcement work:
https://goo.gl/X4eUh5
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How do we create and sustain an advertising ecosystem that works for everyone?
Read this great article to learn the way we invest in technology, policies and talent to help us fight issues like ad fraud, malware and content scammers.
https://goo.gl/jnosGX
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Since February 15, Chrome has started removing all ads from sites that have a "failing" status in the Ad Experience Report for more than 30 days. All of this information can be found in the Ad Experience Report Help Center, and our product forums are available to help address any questions or feedback:
https://goo.gl/jnVtGy
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Have you visited the Ad Experience Report yet?
The Ad Experience Report lists ad experiences on your site that are identified as violating the Better Ads Standards. By fixing these ad experiences, you’ll increase your visitors’ enjoyment of your site and the likelihood they’ll return. You’ll also help improve the overall health of the online ecosystem.
https://goo.gl/ZtzQN4

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At some point, we’ve all been caught off guard by an annoying ad online—like a video automatically playing at full volume, or a pop-up standing in the way to the one thing we’re trying to find.
Thanks to the Coalition for Better Ads, we know which ad experiences rank lowest among consumers and are most likely to drive people to install ad blockers.
https://www.betterads.org/standards/
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