Wednesday, January 3, 2007

Report AdSense Violation more Easily

When you click on 'Ads by Google' link in any AdSense ads, you will be brought to a page where Google explains why you see the ads and allows you to submit feedback concerning the ads you see. Google has recently updated that page to allow more efficient and easy-to-use submission of feedback. When you click on the 'Send Google your thoughts on the site or the ads you just saw' link, you will be prompt to rate the the relevance of the ads, usefulness of the site you are visiting, report a violation with the site or ads (before you can only report violation for site, not ads). See the screenshots:

The new design of the feedback form clearly shows that Google is working hard to improve its feedback channels and would like to have more and effective feedback from users. As you can see, the new format focused on fixed options rather than open ended questions which makes the analysis process more efficient. I hope this update implies that Google takes feedback on violation more seriously(as forums have been complaining about Google's indifferent towards violation reports) and helps combat spam or MFA (Made for AdSense) sites.

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