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Problem with Google Adsense

Forums Support Problem with Google Adsense
evrokatalog a couple of years ago - 2016-02-12 12:49:28
Hello again! Thank you for helping us with the previous issue. Now we have a problem with Adsense - it just won't show on our website. Currently we have an Adsense code in our header widget and another ad script in our sidebar widget. We've tried both new and existing (approved) Adsense ad codes - none of them worked. Thank you!!!
Constantinos a couple of years ago - 2016-02-12 13:47:45

If you have pasted the code provided by google, it may take some hours for google to approve the ads and those to be displayed.

evrokatalog a couple of years ago - 2016-02-12 14:21:54
yes, but we're using an existing adsense code (active, not new) that should be displayed immediately! and another ad network code is not showing either.
Constantinos a couple of years ago - 2016-02-12 17:42:32

I can see that you have removed the widget on header and the adsense on sidebar works. You can create the widget on header again, paste the code carefully and wait for google to approve it.

evrokatalog a couple of years ago - 2016-02-12 17:59:05
Yes we have temporarily removed the widget in the header, but there's no adsense in sidebar widget, it's a different ad network.
Constantinos a couple of years ago - 2016-02-12 18:01:47

Sorry for the misunderstanding. You can use google adsense if you want, but you need to wait as I told you before. It should work as it works for many other users ;)

y Vybz a couple of years ago - 2016-02-18 20:08:37
Doesn't work @evrokatalog they will always give you the same run around answer. If you're here for adsence integration yclas is not for you're if your looking for an awesome classified website builder then yclas is perfect. Ads is one of the main if not only form of income for classified website operators so keep that in mind. As of now We are looking for alternatives but it looks like learning how to make a website yourself would be the way to go. I cant pay for something that cant provide something as simple as adsence integration. Hope I have saved some of you some time with this information.
Chema a couple of years ago - 2016-02-18 20:25:46

Yes you can use Adsense with yclas. The problem is that Google has banned our subdomains * to integrate adsense codes since people where doing fake clicks...and we can not restore it.

So the only way is to use custom domain, which we offer here

Thanks and sorry for the bother, I wish I could do something else but is not in my hands :(
evrokatalog a couple of years ago - 2016-02-18 22:07:10
Chema, I really liked your product, but I think it's a little bit unfair to say you can use Adsense while you can use it only on your own domain. Our idea was to use the name of our basic website, so that both the website and the classifieds site would share the same name. We were NOT going to buy a new domain - not because we can't "afford" it, but because we just dodn't need it. I was about to purchase the annual subscription - if I bought it, we would be left with a website that can't earn from Adsense. Great, isn't it?
evrokatalog a couple of years ago - 2016-02-18 22:07:21
What stopped us from purchasing the subscription was the pricing policy. The pricing table showed prices per day and per month, but you always have to pay for the whole year. There was no option to pay monthly and no guarantees that your business would not shut down before our subscription expires. Also, the level of support we received did not persuade us into paying 190 dollars. I think you need to provide an extra-class support to potential customers if you're trying to sell them an annual subscription. It's not about "so you don't have those 200 bucks to start your business", it's about showing your customer that your service is stable, reliable and flexible. Just a friendly tip, because yclas is basically a great tool.

y Vybz, thank you for your information, it confirmed our guesses. We opted for an open source classifieds script that is similar to wordpress and is quite flexible.
Chema a couple of years ago - 2016-02-19 07:35:44

If you have your domain you can use a subdomain like and will be no issue.

I am sorry but theres nothing I can do, that depends on google and they have banned us since people where miss using adsense on the domains.

Also truth to be told, unless you get many page views as Vybz says theres no way to earn good money from adsense... you can do a bit of research and see it yourself, specially now that almost everyone is using addblockers ;(

We have the policy of 1 year subscription or 6 month since we want long term relationship with our customers, in 1 month we can not help them to build a website, it's impossible.
Chema a couple of years ago - 2016-02-19 07:35:54

Once you are a paid customer we provide private 24/7 support via ticket system. On the forum we do too but we check a little bit less often, I feel sorry that you did not like our level of free support :( we try our best.

You can use it is developed by us too and has almost same features as, of course hosted by you ;)

Thanks for your tip, we have tried before and did not work for us or our customers, but I love the feedback you provided.

Regards and good luck!
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