How to report to Google Adsense if someone steals your content

If you find sites picking up your blog posts and publish it on their sites and that blog has ads program, you can bring the matter to the attention of the ad companies.

For example, if the site publishes adsense ads :

1) Go to View > Page Source and copy the Publisher ID.

2) Next go to Adsense Report a Policy Violation and fill in the form.

3) After that, go to Contact Form

4) Fill in the form.

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Tick the necessary boxes. If you see the site also stealing another blogger’s site, do them the favour of ticking both boxes.

5) Hit submit.

666 ) Sit back and have a cup of tea or do some yoga. Ohmmmmm

Post Author: lilian

6 thoughts on “How to report to Google Adsense if someone steals your content


    (July 27, 2008 - 9:49 pm)

    I like the no 666. Thanks for the info.


    (July 27, 2008 - 9:55 pm)

    but all they did is just banned the blog adsense account.
    but still, the content is there :(

    Paul Tan

    (July 27, 2008 - 10:48 pm)

    They always just ask to send a DMCA report wor :(


    (July 29, 2008 - 12:37 am)

    I liked your post, thanks for the info. But still, you left me with a few questions.

    1) I was actually expecting you to comment on somehow using AdSense to discover if other people are using my content for their own. I didn’t think that’d be possible. What’s the best way to do this?

    2) From prior comments, it looks as though going through AdSense just boots the other site’s advertising budget. Is that the sole intended effect, or are there other consequences?


    Ezrich Project

    (July 31, 2008 - 9:18 pm)

    Triple six….ooohmmmmm

    bilginin adresi bilginin tek kaynağı

    (August 13, 2008 - 9:38 pm)

    I think they are wrong, and that is why I no longer participate in their program. (It’s not like it cost me anything to quit.)

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