WHAT ISN’T SAFE TRAFFIC ADSENSE?
If you conduct a quick Google search for the phrase “AdSense safe traffic,” you will find a plethora of distinct, frequently dubious, search results. Websites that claim, for example, “We’ll get you, 15000 visitors of AdSense safe traffic,” and charge a price of $x, xxx. Frequently, prices are low, and the traffic sources are unclear. People Per Hour, Fiverr, and even UpWork are among the online marketplaces where you can find deals like this.
Because real people are selling services on those marketplaces, there is nothing wrong with any of them. However, when purchasing website traffic through AdSense, you should always exercise caution.
In the first place, why would publishers want to acquire “safe traffic” for their AdSense site? It’s easy. The majority of publishers believe that more ad revenue comes from more traffic. The statement is typically accurate. However, the quality of the traffic is an essential component of that equation that is rarely mentioned. The more targeted and high-quality your traffic is, the more likely it is that your visitors will see and click on Google’s relevant ads.
Your Google Analytics dashboard will look amazing if you send 15000 bot visitors or visitors from questionable sources to your site. Even if you get a few clicks on your ads, they will pale in comparison to real, high-quality, targeted traffic. AdSense will almost certainly flag as invalid traffic any traffic that comes from dubious sources and typically contains bots. The next thing that happens is every publisher’s worst nightmare. If you’re lucky, you might only get a revenue clawback and not be compensated for the allegedly earned advertising revenue. If you don’t, your entire AdSense account could be deleted. After that, it’s nearly impossible to get it back.
In conclusion, we advise against utilizing low-cost traffic sources or services that claim to be “AdSense safe” for your thousands of website visitors.
Real Traffic Purchases: Will it result in my ban?
Publishers are able to display ads on their websites and earn money when visitors click on them thanks to Google’s AdSense program. However, you alone are accountable for the traffic to your ads on your website, and you must ensure that any traffic you receive is legitimate.
To avoid revenue clawbacks and possible AdSense bans, any traffic from third parties must be vetted to ensure compliance with AdSense policies.
As long as the traffic is genuine and not generated fraudulently, buying genuine traffic is a legal method for expanding your website’s audience and increasing ad revenue. Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising is used by many publishers to increase site traffic. Importantly, AdSense policies prohibit buying clicks or impressions for your ads or using AI to generate clicks.
Since this is typical Click Farm behavior, buying traffic with the sole intention of clicking ads is also prohibited. The traffic that comes in should mostly be human visitors who are truly interested in viewing your content in order to avoid breaking the policy.
Isn’t it inevitable that AdSense-safe traffic sources exist?
Consider it in this way: Google is aware that publishers purchase AdSense site traffic. It is not new, and you can find out more about their perspective here. The problem has always been the risk of invalid traffic and the quality of the traffic. Utilizing the Google traffic provider checklist is a useful method for evaluating a potential traffic source. They ask questions like these in the checklist:
1-Where will your advertisements appear?
The location of the advertisements and the source of the traffic are the primary concerns raised by this inquiry. You can optimize your ad placements to increase revenue and ensure that relevant ads are displayed on your website if you know where your ads will be displayed.
2-Can you confirm the placement of advertisements?
Being able to see where your ads are being displayed is necessary for verifying ad placements. This is important because it lets you know that the traffic is coming from legitimate sources and that the ads that are relevant to your target audience will be displayed.
3. Are costs comparable to those of other traffic sources?
If you are purchasing traffic, is the price of this traffic comparable to what you would pay for comparable traffic from other sources? If the price is significantly lower than that of other sources, it may indicate that this is click farms or bot traffic.
4-Can other publishers purchase traffic from the source in safety?
If you are collaborating with other publishers, inquire as to whether they are successfully utilizing this traffic source. It is more likely that the traffic source is fine if other publishers are using it without any issues.
When considering experimenting with a new traffic source, these are excellent questions to ask. You can test a few different sources, including paid traffic from YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and others. You should not encounter issues with invalid traffic when using these established websites. Be careful not to violate any of the AdSense terms and conditions. Ads should not be placed too close to content or trick visitors into clicking on them to prevent accidental clicks.
Lastly, you must remain vigilant despite the fact that the aforementioned sources have been available on the internet for some time and have been utilized successfully by other publishers.
Invalid traffic and ad fraud are not going anywhere anytime soon. There is always a way for dishonest people to get around the system. Your website will always be in some way vulnerable unless you take preventative measures to safeguard it.