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Joebert Gayo is attempting for a Google Adsense Suicide
|Published on: 31-August-2012|
I visited adszensptc.com a while ago. It is an alleged deceptive paid-to-click (PTC) program of Ads Zens Broker Corporation, the first network marketing (MLM) company in the Philippines which uses a PTC program.
I was surprise what I saw.
all adszens.com PTC advertisements in adszens ptc (adszensptc.com)
ADSZENS PTC admin Joebert Gayo listed 10 adszens.com as their PTC advertisements and nothing else.
He even announced this change of PTC advertisements in their Facebook page few minutes ago:
Is he out of his mind? or is he just unknowledgeable of Google Adsense policy regarding PTC?
To those who are not familiar of Google Adsense, it is an advertising revenue sharing program of Google Inc. wherein a Google Adsense publisher is getting paid when someone clicks a Google Adsense ad.
An example of Google Adsense ad is what you can see in http://adszens.com/BETA/?id=BETA.
I have a screenshot below and you can see two Google Adsense ads (2 big rectangular size) located at the left and right sidebars.
Putting this adszens.com/BETA/?id=BETA website with Google Adsense ads on that website is attempting for a Google Adsense suicide.
These Google Adsense ads have a publisher id - pub-5458132039248161.
I think Joebert Gayo owns this Google Adsense pub id.
He uses the same Google Adsense pub id on many websites he administered and abandoned.
With what he have done, Joebert is unknowledgeable of Google Adsense policy.
Google Adsense prohibits PTC programs for their ads.
Joebert Gayo is attempting for a Google Adsense suicide.
If he continues to put the adszens.com website (with Google Adsense ads) in their PTC website (adszensptc.com), Google Adsense will soon ban his Google Adsense account.
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