- Always write your e-mails in a perfect grammar.
- Write the letters addressing yourself to a 3rd person, without taking the manner personally.
- Be corporate, be understanding and nice.
- Try to offer every little bit of help possible, so that the AdSense team can check all the possible variables.
- If you are a fairly known figure, for it’s whitehat techniques or just for it’s truly honest behavior.
- Try not to spam the AdSense team with repeated e-mails sent to multiple e-mail addresses, telling them the exact same thing. If you sent it once (maximum twice) that’s all you can do. ALL the e-mails are read.
- Do not reply to the first horrifying e-mail telling you your AdSense account has been disabled.
Why not reply ? Because the first Google AdSense Account Disabled e-mail comes from the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org (which is NOT ticket based) , and because the e-mails that come to you after you use the appeal form, come from email@example.com (which IS ticket based).
Use the AdSense invalid clicks appeal form. After you will get your first reply from the message sent to the appeal form, from a Google representative (they have a ticket system), you can then reply to that.
- Try to offer them server logs, tracking and analytics logs, and any other useful information, that they can use to determine if your account got click-bombed or not.
- Whenever you write e-mails, please try to sign your full name, telephone, mobile telephone, e-mail address, website, and so on, in the e-mail (please see the template below).
- In the AdSense appeal form, at the e-mail part (Email Address:), always write your AdSense publisher e-mail, and not another e-mail.
- One again, write in a polite manner, always. Polite + corporate + helpful + not spamming = success.
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