What Do I Do If I Am Banned From Google?

What Do I Do If I Am Banned From Google?

What Do I Do If I Am Banned From Google?
By Matt Bacak

If you’ve been an active user of Google AdWords pay-per-click advertising and have recently been banned, don’t get too stressed out yet and don’t think it’s over for your internet business. There is hope for you.

One of my students recently told me that they had become a victim of the Google slap and have been banned from using Google AdWords. They thought that a certain technique that they were using that was also being used by other internet gurus caused the ban. They weren’t 100% certain that this was the cause or if it was because they were directing traffic directly to their squeeze page, but they suspected it was the technique they were using. They were not sure what to do next since Google is one of the top search engines around and everyone knows Google has a huge following. You could lose a lot of traffic if Google does not like your site. So, if Google has turned their back on you, can you open another account? What alternatives are there for you in this situation?

The best thing to do if you’ve been banned by Google AdWords is this…

First off, I’d like to say that it’s highly unlikely that Google has banned them simply for driving traffic to their squeeze page. That’s highly unlikely. But let me be very clear, I’ve taught that strategy for a long time and there’s probably been one person who has been slapped and they basically called Google and they talked to them personally. Then all the sudden Google took a look at their site or something like that (whatever the situation was), and then they decided nothing was wrong. I don’t know what they were doing, but they blamed it on that certain technique, which I don’t think was the cause. Most likely they did something else. Actually, I’m certain the internet technique being referred to is fine. I’ve been doing it for years and I haven’t had any issues, and I’m still doing it with no problems whatsoever.

The best advice I can give anyone who feels they have received the Google slap is to contact Google directly. What you need to say to them is first apologize and say something like;”Hey, you know, I’m sorry. I don’t know where I made a mistake, but please let me know what it is so that I can fix it really quickly, so I can continue using your service.” If you say something like this it should work in reactivating your account and having your website searched by Google. When you let them know that you want to continue using their service, this flatters them. But not only that, they also want to keep their customers, so it works well on both sides. By saying this, I’m not going to say 100% that they’ll let you off the hook, but I do think that that’s the best way to approach this situation.

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