About AdSense prank clicks


Thank you for your help.
I’ve started a blog called “Yuru House” to introduce home floor plans, and I’m currently undergoing an AdSense review.
I’m worried about this because I’ve heard that if someone clicks on my blog illegally, my AdSense will be suspended.
How often and how many clicks does it take to stop Adsense?
Also, is there a function on the Adsense side that says, “This is an unauthorized click from this IP address, so let’s disable it,” rather than “Stop Adsense”?
In addition, if there is anything that can be done in advance, I would like to implement it, please let me know.
Please let me know.

2 Replies to “About AdSense prank clicks”

  1. I’m not sure if you’re referring to the so-called “suspension of Adsense,” which includes invalidation, fixed-term suspension, and restriction of distribution, or if you’re referring to invalidation. If you don’t browse too much on your own, don’t click on ads, don’t advertise on social networking sites, and make sure your friends, acquaintances, and family do the same, you won’t be invalidated.

    There is no official function that says “disable from this IP”, but you can implement it with .htaccess or something. To put it another way, IPs on the Internet are borrowed by the general public and change in a matter of days, so they don’t mean much. I refuse all access from overseas except for Google-related access.

    Especially dynamic sites such as WordPress are targeted from all over the world, and there are many bots that set up mass access. If you deny all access from overseas, it will reduce the number of sudden restrictions on ad delivery that you don’t remember, so I recommend that you do this from the beginning.

  2. How often and how many clicks does it take to stop Adsense?
    It is unknown because it is not disclosed.
    It could be suspended after one click, or it could be several times and not be suspended.
    Probably it depends on whether it is judged as a prank or a fraudulent profit motive.
    Since clicks for the purpose of mischief or unfair profit are excluded from the number of clicks in the report, the site operator cannot tell whether there were such clicks or not.

    Also, is there a function on the Adsense side that says, “Disable unauthorized clicks from this IP address,” rather than “Stop Adsense”?
    No, there is no such function. (It seems that the activation of JavaSplit for ads from known bots is automatically excluded.)
    There is also no function to prevent ads from being displayed for access from specific IPs.

    If there is anything that can be done in advance, I would like to implement it.
    I don’t want to use any expressions that might arouse antipathy.
    When placing advertisements on your website, do not place them in a position where they can be mistaken for content.
    Do not advertise your site excessively on social networking sites.

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