How Long Does Google Take to Reinstate Adsense Disable Accounts

So, did you wake up this morning and find out that your account has been disabled? Or did you write an appeal just to find out that it’s been denied?

How Long Google Takes To Reinstate AdsenseHow Long Google Takes To Reinstate Adsense

Is your head spinning with questions like, “How in the world did my account get disabled in the first place?” or “Would it be possible for my account to be activated again?” ?

If there’s a yes, then let us help you out a little. This blog post will answer all your questions from how did your account get disabled to how/when it would get activated again.

Disabled Accounts: How Long Google Takes To Reinstate Adsense

If you get a notification that you can’t use this account anymore, then you should first see what has caused Google to take such strict steps. There are a number of policies that Google follows. You can get the entire document here. If you’re found out violating any of these, even ONE of these, Google has the right to disable your accounts. So, one piece of advice is to go through this list before you start using your Adsense Account.

However, there is one thing that Google does before it bans you. Google sends out a warning to you, telling you that you have been found out violating a particular clause. You should immediately stop yourself from indulging into that activity.

Here are some common reasons due to which accounts get disabled:

è Your account was found demonstrating some kind of deceptive and exceptionally misleading behavior

è One of the sites found in your account was an unacceptable one. The unacceptable or especially “egregious” sites are the ones that have copyright infringement, extremely violent or adult content.

è You have repeatedly ignored Google’s warning and your account has a history of policy violations.

There is one thing that is very important. It’s not always about YOUR account or what YOUR account has done, sometimes, it’s about the sites that are in your account. For example, if your ad is shown on a site that causes virus or malfunction in people’s systems or directs people to some other unwanted sites, then it would be you who would bear the consequences. Therefore,  make sure you know where you are posting your ads.

Reinstate Disabled Accounts: How Long Google Takes To Reinstate Adsense

So, now the question is, “When would I get my account back?”. The answer to this one is pretty sad. There is only one in a million requests, that gets accepted. All other appeals are denied. If your account has been banned because of violating Google’s policies, then it is next to impossible that you would ever get it back. Furthermore, Google is very strict about its policies. Once you have been found out violating Google’s rules, it’s very difficult to make a new account because all requests for a new account would simply get rejected.

However, if your account has been banned because of inactivity, then there is a hope. You can file an appeal in which you can tell the exact reasons and circumstances that caused the inactive phase. There is a chance that Google would accept the appeal and your account would get activated again. File your appeal through this appeal form.

How Long Google Takes To Reinstate Adsense

Once you have filed your appeal, Google would take a day or in some cases, even less than that, to review your appeal. Once it finds out that the appeal is genuine, it accepts the appeal and your account gets activated in less than 24 hours.

24 hours is How Long Google Takes To Reinstate Adsense ?

If you still ask How Long Google Takes To Reinstate Adsense? And its already been 24 hrs! Don’t worry, Google is facing recent adsense click bombing all over the country. In that case you might have more chance to reinstate your blog.

Happy Blogging!

Quick Note:

If Google is allowing you to run ad campaigns, then you should not do a single thing that can ruin your chance once and forever. Therefore, go through the Policy Document before starting your account and abide by the rules.

 

Author: I.G.Pradeep

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9 Comments

  1. hello
    I have a question , please guide me .
    my adsense account disabled because of traffic quality (invalid activity) . but i don’t know why .
    I had a good real traffic . and about 2 week i wasn’t active about it . one day i realized that i’m disabled .

    I filled appeal form and they replied me : After looking through our records, we have found that your AdSense account is currently active.

    I can see my adsense in my blogs but i can’t login . again i sent appeal form and answer was like first one . can you tell me i’m banned or no ?

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    • Its reinstated now, Remove the old codes and insert the new codes. And you are good to go :)

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  2. but i never receive warning before i get disabled

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    • Hello Christian Violango,
      There won’t be any warning message. Its one of the disadvantage using google adsense.

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  3. I believe he was referring to your statement :
    “However, there is one thing that Google does before it bans you. Google sends out a warning to you, telling you that you have been found out violating a particular clause. You should immediately stop yourself from indulging into that activity.”

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    • Hello John,
      Happy to hear that, But can you please brief me more and with screenshot or any proof. so i can include in this post. I’m looking forward to hear from you.
      Thanks

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  4. Hello

    i open new adsense account im getting this errs in my inbox What i do?? Please help Me

    Thank you for your interest in Google AdSense. Unfortunately, after reviewing your application, we’re unable to accept you into AdSense at this time.

    We did not approve your application for the reasons listed below.

    Insufficient content: To be approved for AdSense and show relevant ads on your site, your pages need to have enough text on them for our specialists to review and for our crawler to be able to determine what your pages are about.

    To resolve this issue, please work through the following suggestions:

    Make sure that your pages have sufficient text – websites that contain mostly images, videos or Flash animations will not be approved.
    Your content should contain complete sentences and paragraphs, not only headlines.
    Ensure that your website is fully built and launched before you apply for AdSense – do not apply while your site’s still in a beta or “under construction” phase or only consists of a website template.
    Place the ad code on a live page of your website. It does not have to be the main page, but test pages that are empty except for the AdSense ad code will not be approved.
    Provide a clear navigation system for your visitors so that they can easily find all of the sections and pages of your website.
    If you’d like to monetize YouTube videos, please apply for the YouTube monetization program. Note that blogs and websites that contain only videos will not be approved.

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    • Hello Mani,

      First its, Blogspot – its rare to get approval. I suggest you to buy a domain and blog. :) And insufficient content, each and individual page needs more then 500 words. and atleast you should write 20 articles at the mininum rate of 500 words count. Not letters, Need words.
      Thanks you.

      keep blogging :)

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      • Dear Pradeep

        Thank you for yor reply.

        How to buy a domain and blog please explain me if don min are you free please call me to my mobile number +918892179550 Please Help me sir…

        Mani

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