Google AdSense is the program that lets webmasters and bloggers (whom Google calls publishers) display the Google Ads in their websites or blogs. The good thing of AdSense is that it has a very strict program policy and the bad thing is that it has a VERY strict program policy.
No publisher is tolerated clicking the ads displayed on her page. Can’t imagine how the program could survive all these years, without strictly implementing these policy.
I bought a new notebook – MSI U135DX. Yes, I know, but I don’t have much money. And it is doing what I bought it for. And there is a lovely touch pad where you can move the mouse pointer from one edge of screen to the other in one drag without lifting your finger up. That’s great, isn’t it?
Touch pad are really DANGEROUS if you are surfing your own page and that page displays ‘Ads by Google’. I am an honest person. I hate people clicking their own ads. But it happened to me an accident. One click happened when I wished to move the mouse pointer. I was even more scared to think what if my wife or children opened my site?
Damn the touch sensitivity!
Ileane from BasicBlogTips once published a post on Redability Redux and we had a good conversation on Ad Blockers and the impact. Web readers love NO Ads, publishers want MONEY and advertisers wish Ads EVERYWHERE. A perfect balance should be the effort towards, but this is not my topic right now.
Well, Google Ad clicked unintentionally. It was a sheer accident. What will happen? Will Google ban me? All these effort of over 5 years vanish for nothing? This is an unforgivable sin for Google! What should I do?
I won’t repeat the mistake again, not even in an accident. But how?
NoScript plugin. Yes.
You can find an add-on for your Firefox and chrome called NoScript. That disables all of the scripts on a page. You can enable scripts if you require by clicking on the NoScript icon and choosing Allow. Otherwise all of the scripts are blocked whether Ads or any other.
Now, I have installed this plugin and Daniel, I hope I can go to bed calmly now
Now I believe NoScript is a must for publishers and no READER should know this. Keep it secret .