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  1. Andi C.
    April 12, 2013 @ 8:24 pm

    Oh my gosh how horrible!! Do you think it has something to do with being in the Caribbean?? Perhaps your site(s) have been hacked into? Not fair!! Is there anything I can do as a follower – wish I knew more about how all of these things work so I could give you some advice that would help you. Sharing on FB in hopes that a blogger will be able to help. Hang in there!

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    • Deby at Moms Make Money
      April 12, 2013 @ 8:35 pm

      Hi Andi – no my websites have not been hacked, everything is safe. But there seems to be a current problem of invalid or malicious clicking of peoples adverts, lots of times by the same person – all automated and undetectable. I am also asking around to see if I can find anyone who knows how to protect against this so I can advise other bloggers. Too late for me – I was targeted and am now banned for life. I hope I can learn more to stop this happening to others.

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      • Khadija
        April 18, 2013 @ 1:04 pm

        My tenacious teenage son had a problem with google and he called them over and over and over and over again. They finally relented.
        If they open a dispute for you, don’t call back to open another one because it will reset the first dispute.
        There is a number to call, my son googled it. One of them is (650) 253-0000 (650)253-0001 –fax
        I hope this helps!

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  2. Simplee Sue
    April 12, 2013 @ 9:18 pm

    Wow, that is a horror story. When you find out a way of protection, let us know.
    Thank you for sharing with everyone.

    Consider yourself hugged…and an extra one too.
    http://simpleesue.com/try-one-new-recipe-a-week-bed-and-breakfast-cherry-crumb-coffee-cake/

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  3. Linda Nortje (@WithABlast)
    April 13, 2013 @ 1:08 am

    This is horrible, Deby! I am so sorry it happened to you. Makes me thing to get my own domain much sooner {than in another year as was the plan}.

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  4. Petro Neagu
    April 13, 2013 @ 5:52 am

    Oh, how well I know this story! I have been through this horrible situation 1 year ago but was lucky enough to get it all back, of course, with no explanations or apologies. And I am absolutely convince it was because my blog was initially based in Romania, a teeny, tiny country, too small for the all mighty Google.
    I am now saving all my work on WordPress, as a back up.

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  5. Jayne
    April 13, 2013 @ 6:04 am

    What a nightmare!

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  6. Suz @ MaytagNMom
    April 13, 2013 @ 8:38 am

    Deb, I noticed your site isn’t at blogspot.com, so is it just Adsense that is giving you grief now? They can’t lock the content of THIS site can they since it’s not hosted by a Google product like blogger?

    I’ve read your articles for some time now and enjoy them, but sickened to hear that this happened to you and others.
    [email protected]
    (spotted you at It’s Overflowing linky party today)

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    • Deby at Moms Make Money
      April 13, 2013 @ 8:54 am

      Yes my website is safe because I have a self-hosted site. So yes, it’s just Adsense that has been disabled. Thank goodness I learned my lesson from the first time this happened – otherwise my websites would be no doubt disabled too. Anyone using Blogger – especially if you have Adsense too – beware.

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  7. Diane | An Extraordinary Day
    April 13, 2013 @ 9:20 am

    That is a horror story. I’m so sorry Deby. Truly.
    Thank you for all your efforts to help others.

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  8. [email protected] of a Serial DIYer
    April 13, 2013 @ 10:45 am

    Wow, it takes so much work to get a blog up and running! I would be devastated!!!!! I started with WordPress, thanks to awesome people like you putting a heads up out there!

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  9. Laura @ Inspiration for Moms
    April 13, 2013 @ 1:55 pm

    Honestly, reading this just gave me heart palpitations! 🙂 I have been blogging for over 3 years and if I woke up and it was all gone I would freak out! I just backed up my blog (I mean like just now) and I am looking for a self host! So sorry to hear about your troubles but I am truly thankful for your advice!

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  10. Bethany Wright Dearden
    April 13, 2013 @ 3:14 pm

    Yikes! Do you have tips on switching to self hosting? I have no idea how to even do that….

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    • Deby at Moms Make Money
      April 13, 2013 @ 3:24 pm

      I am working on an article for this right now. I’m co-ordinating with a Blogger user who is thinking of switching to WordPress, and she can give us her real life example of what she did, and how it worked, where the difficulties were, what were the costs, how to import existing content into the new blog etc. It’s really important to not leave yourself at risk of losing all your hard work and followers if the worst was to happen.

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      • Michael
        April 15, 2013 @ 7:22 am

        I’m pretty sure that there is a wordpress plug-in which will import your blogger posts into your wordpress site. There definitely is for tumblr.

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        • Deby at Moms Make Money
          April 15, 2013 @ 7:39 am

          Yes there is – Ive seen it in action and it looks pretty good. So bringing over existing content should be possible, with some limitations regarding existing internal links.

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  11. Lauren @ The Thinking Closet
    April 13, 2013 @ 8:12 pm

    Yikes, Deby! I’m so sorry to read about this story. Clearly, Google is not the genius company they are made out to be. (Or they’re made up of flawed humans like us.) I recently migrated from WordPress.com to self-hosted WordPress and had a few horrors of my own (losing all of my subscribers at one point; having my pins from my old blog labeled as spam by Pinterest)…but not to this extreme! This story is an important one to share simply to educate people that Google owns your content on Blogger (not sure everyone knows that), so thanks for taking the time to articulate it…and I hope things are on the up and up for you now!

    And if you’re curious, I wrote up My Blog Migration Story in a 5 part series…in case you have any WordPress.com folk curious about how it all goes down. Here’s part 1: http://www.thinkingcloset.com/2013/02/25/my-blog-migration-story-part-1/

    Cheers,
    Lauren
    The Thinking Closet

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  12. Michelle at Faith, Trust, & Pixie Dust
    April 13, 2013 @ 9:34 pm

    I read this article with interest. I was also accused of clicking on my own ads. Only I had barely applied for adsense & the ads had not even begun on my blog yet!! I just gave it up & I look for other ways to earn money. {I am getting rich . . . NOT!} *Wink*

    Warmly, Michelle

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  13. Lisa
    April 13, 2013 @ 10:36 pm

    I have heard of this before and it’s just another reminder to host my own site as you suggest. I’m still using blogger since I’m small, but I’ve learned to back up my blog each month. It’s really easy to learn, and a must do if you use blogger. Here are the instructions I learned from Funky Junk Interiors-
    http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/2012/04/how-to-back-up-your-updated-blogger.html

    Hope that helps.

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  14. Kate
    April 14, 2013 @ 7:38 am

    Thank you so much for the motivation. I purchased my domain a while back and redirected my blogspot.com to just my dot.com. I don’t have adsense because like you said, there is no help with google. My old application for the blogspot was disapproved obviously because I didn’t use that. Now I can’t change it to my current site because I signed up once and apparently you can’t change the url.. Mind numbing. I’ll be looking forward to following this series!
    Thanks,
    Kate

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    • krista
      April 20, 2013 @ 9:11 am

      I did the same thing. You can use a different email address, make it an admin on your blog and reapply with it. It worked for me. After reading this article though I may be making a switch anyway!

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  15. Becca @ Crumbs and Chaos
    April 14, 2013 @ 8:01 am

    I had a ‘we’ve disabled you account’ email from AdSense last week, seriously disappointing since I haven’t done anything wrong. I’m wanting to appeal their decision, but I’m not sure that explaining that I haven’t done anything will be enough to get things reversed. Thankfully we moved to WordPress last year, so our blog is safe. I’m sorry to hear that you lost everything you had worked so hard on!

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    • Deby at Moms Make Money
      April 14, 2013 @ 8:17 am

      It’s frustrating isn’t it Becca. Did they give you a ‘reason’ ? It seems that unless you have some real proof that your particular account has been personally targeted by someone then an appeal is impossible. I’m still trying to get to the bottom of all of these disabled accounts and hope to be able to put some advice on the site if I ever get a clear answer.

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  16. Debra
    April 14, 2013 @ 8:33 am

    that’s crazy awful! 🙁

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  17. Lamb
    April 14, 2013 @ 12:35 pm

    That’s nuts! I feel so frustrated for you guys. I’m going to back up my blog right now and look into switching hosts. Thank you for sharing this!

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  18. margsworld
    April 14, 2013 @ 6:59 pm

    When I started blogging, I kept hearing about how your stuff ain’t really your and how bad Google was so I moved my site quickly. For those looking to make the switch, switching is really easy. Do a search on moving from blogger to WordPress.org and they will walk you thru it.

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    • Michael
      April 15, 2013 @ 7:24 am

      The key to remember here is that self-hosting with a wordpress engine is different from hosting at wordpress.org. If you set up at wordpress.org, you are still putting your site in someone else’s hands.

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  19. katiegolds
    April 15, 2013 @ 12:09 am

    Ugh! That is a Google Horror Story! So sorry to hear it too! It is so frustrating not being able to at least plead your case!

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  20. Michael
    April 15, 2013 @ 7:21 am

    Deby, hopefully this goes out as a huge lesson to anyone running a blog using a “service”. It is inexpensive and easy to self-host and you own your material and your platform. Blogger, wordpress.com (different from using wordpress on your own host), tumblr, etc etc always leave you vulnerable to changing rules and arbitrary decisions. There are lots of people out there to reach out to for help getting set up, myself included.

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  21. Wanda
    April 15, 2013 @ 8:03 am

    Wow! I am going to look into self hosting. Your hands are just tied when they do something like this and all that work…..it makes me ill just thinking about it. Thank you so much for giving us a heads up. God bless!

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  22. Patricia Krank
    April 15, 2013 @ 11:05 am

    How horrible!!! I would be so devastated if that happened to me after all the hours I’ve put into my blog. I know I need to make the move . . . SOON! Thank you for sharing and blessings, Patti

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  23. Becca
    April 15, 2013 @ 11:30 am

    Thanks for sharing! Lots to think about now….

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  24. Rita
    April 15, 2013 @ 4:25 pm

    I know exactly how you feel with adsense. They did the exact same thing to me!

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  25. Melissa from the Blue House
    April 15, 2013 @ 8:36 pm

    Wow. Scary. I have been writing my blog since 2006 and it’s my only scrapbook. I had no idea they could just TAKE my stuff away. Oh, and I have adsense too, but have never gotten paid anything… wonder how that works.

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  26. Micki Weinrich Sellers
    April 15, 2013 @ 10:27 pm

    I wish we could gather enough evidence to file a class action suit against Adsense. You would not believe the number of bloggers I have heard from who have been in your exact situation, myself included. I find it interesting that these sites are usually shut down just before Adsense is about to pay out. My 80 yo grandmother was clicking the ads on my site. That was enough to flag my site and all my earnings disappeared. Apparently speaking out will get you shut down, too.

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  27. Susan @ sunflowerhugs.blogspot.com
    April 16, 2013 @ 7:04 am

    I signed up for Adsense when I first started blogging and got denied based on my content! I paint furniture for goodness sake! Now I am so glad they denied me because I don’t have to worry about them shutting me down for no reason.

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  28. Christine
    April 16, 2013 @ 10:05 am

    Oh, wow. I haven’t had problems with them yet and have been using them for several years now. I did just do a back up though because I am switching everything to indiemade.com (hopefully there are no problems there!!). Maybe I haven’t had problems because I live close enough to go pound on some office doors at google hq, lol!

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  29. Jodi Blackmon
    April 16, 2013 @ 1:21 pm

    I hate being on Google! I wish I had never started with them. Their picture posting process is ridiculous, I can’t find anything on their ‘help’ page…guess what? I have to Google all my questions! Their website set up is so basic, yet confusing…especially when you’re new to everything, and I can’t even get them to accept me to Adsense! They keep saying I’m not what they are looking for or I’m in violation of terms of use…but don give a sister a reason why or anything. Geez!! I’m so sorry what happened to you! I am going to be changing my site, but I thought I couldn’t take my blog name with me?
    Jodi
    Second Wind of Texas

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    • Jodi Blackmon
      April 16, 2013 @ 1:29 pm

      Ok wait. I paid to have a .com instead of blogspot.com. Am I safe? Can they still take me down if I say something they don’t like?

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      • Deby at Moms Make Money
        April 16, 2013 @ 5:54 pm

        Sorry to tell you bad news Jodi, but you only bought an address for your blog which redirects people to your blogger account. So Google still host it and ‘own’ it. Therefore they can decide not to at any time.

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  30. Jusa
    April 16, 2013 @ 8:17 pm

    The blog Anglotopia.net has a horror story, too, about how their domains were stolen. I guess there are lots of risks out there. So sorry you had this problem. I think I need to find a new search engine.

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  31. Gina Lincicum (@MoneywiseMoms)
    April 16, 2013 @ 9:33 pm

    I’m so sorry to hear this! I moved off of Blogger to WP just last year, and it does give you more control. It’s a good reminder not to count too much on anything you don’t “own,” like Facebook. It could disappear tomorrow, or suddenly start charging. So just use AdSense, Facebook, Twitter, etc. as tools and make sure your blog is your main focus.

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  32. Leisa
    April 16, 2013 @ 10:14 pm

    I’m so sorry to read this story… I reiterate everyone else’s exclamations of horror and empathy, and I hope that there will be some sort of a solution to the whole mess. Kind thoughts from Miami xo

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  33. Anne
    April 17, 2013 @ 1:00 am

    Hey, you should tell Consumerist.com about what happened to you. And then someone reading it might have a solution to the problem. Good luck!

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  34. Jennifer Juniper
    April 17, 2013 @ 7:27 am

    Wow, what a story! I love that photo from American Horror Story btw 🙂 (you might want to add photo credit though so you don’t get in even more trouble).

    I am always afraid my kids are going to click my ads and disable them – I even told my mom NOT to click my ads because I’m so paranoid! Ha!

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    • Deby at Moms Make Money
      April 17, 2013 @ 7:32 am

      Ha ha – yes you are right about the photo credit – but they can’t make it any worse than it already is! I’ll add something now…

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  35. Marilyn
    April 17, 2013 @ 10:57 am

    OMG I’m so sorry to hear about your story! Thanks for sharing!

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  36. OneMommy
    April 17, 2013 @ 2:29 pm

    This is the ONE reason I have not put Adsense on my site… I’ve heard things like this all too often.

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  37. Fine Craft Guild
    April 17, 2013 @ 3:02 pm

    Hi Deby. Consider looking at others beyond Google to find your bad guys. I looked into it a bit, and I think your site was hacked, and someone else acted as if they were you, and did all those nasty things that Google accused you off. // To protect yourself against hacking, you need to do more than merely hosting with a low cost self-hosting company, like goDaddy. In fact, they are not the cheapest option for hacked sites. They charge $150/hr to restore your site, which is quite a lot. There are other hosting companies who don’t charge for this however… If you want more info, email me, okay. There are issues with too simple passwords, you must install backup software and do so regularly. you need to get virus/malware protection on your computer. Etc.

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    • Deby at Moms Make Money
      April 17, 2013 @ 4:34 pm

      Thank you for your comments, however I am 100% sure that my site has not been hacked. There is no problem with the security of my site or my hosting provider GoDaddy. I also have a complex password and plenty of virus protection and security on my PC too as well as my server. The only recorded logins are my own. But these things cannot protect you against this kind of attack. The problem with Adsense comes from outside of the website. I am sure you know that with right click and inspect element, anyone can see and copy the coding for your website, your layout, images, and advert coding. Then they can simply use that code to make it look as though the excessive clicking is coming from your website because the advert coding is personal to you. A website owner is usually unaware of it because the visit happens only once so does not draw suspicion for excessive traffic. And the clicking does not happen on your website so it does not show up in any of your own tracking, logs files and statistics and no IP addresses are logged. The first you know about it is when Adsense disables your account for invalid activity – which they can detect but don’t tell you about. As a website owner you are totally unable to track this and powerless to prevent it happening. May I refer you to this thread on the Adsense forum – you can see how expert users describe the problem and show how once it happens there is nothing you can do except lose your account because Google doesn’t help out with blocking the ip addresses of these offenders. https://groups.google.com/a/googleproductforums.com/d/msg/adsense/-/OM0CZOpCne4J This makes it clear that even if you remove the adverts from your website, it can still look as though they are being clicked over and over by someone.
      Sorry for the long reply, I just wanted readers to know that this issue is nothing to do with a website being hacked or having a lack of security. And the main idea of the warning was for those with blogs hosted by Blogger to realise that the content and blog is not your own, and can be removed by Google at any time. They may even delete your blog for spamming when you have never sent a single email.

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  38. Noreen
    April 17, 2013 @ 5:28 pm

    I’m so sorry about what happened to you. There is software (called Site Sucker or something like that) that might be able to pull out your info so you could re-use it elsewhere if you ever want to. You would need to use it right away before the site is taken down. Hope you have much better luck with whatever you decide to do in the future.

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  39. Allison
    April 17, 2013 @ 10:36 pm

    Hey Deby,
    Despite the horror of this completely terrible event, thank you for posting your saga. I am always amazed (out here in my bubble of protection, apparently) that there are those who would choose to destroy something someone else worked so hard on. I cannot figure out what someone’s motive might be – which is just sad, because it happens a lot. And it’s especiallydisheartening when there is no recourse — I am of the opinion that a company like Google should be doing everything they can to support their bloggers instead of obliterating them without a chance of appeal or recourse. Thank you (again) for allowing newbie bloggers like me to get a clear picture of what is out there and what we must do to protect our content and ourselves.

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  40. Ceci BeanBean
    April 17, 2013 @ 11:10 pm

    Wow awful! I just read a similar thing on the blog neonfresh.com which was nicegirlnotes.com until just a couple weeks ago! She investigated and found out some hackers had embedded HTML onto her site. So scary.

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  41. Kristina
    April 17, 2013 @ 11:54 pm

    This post made me angry and wanting to cry for you at the same time. I self-host with wordpress, so they can’t take my blog away…but I also got my adsense disabled and earnings taken away. The sad part was it wasn’t for invalid click activity, they said they are “unable” to give me the reason. SEEMS SO WRONG! Especially to not ever pay up. I don’t know how they get away with it….with any other company…if you agree to advertise for them…they pay for the period of time that you advertised for them…PERIOD. grr…don’t even get me started on this. I didn’t even go through the peition process with them because I hear this happens to way too many people and I want nothing to do with them now.

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  42. [email protected] Patuty
    April 18, 2013 @ 10:37 am

    Wow! I am new blogger and been trying to apply for adsense but no luck! I want to earn money so I can make make my own site. I am sorry about what happend to you.

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  43. [email protected] to the Basics!
    April 18, 2013 @ 11:18 am

    I keep going back and forth about switching from blogger. I host my heirloom seed site through fatcow and they are amazing! Supposedly they also have a blog option to just transfer over from blogger to wordpress and just add it to my blog. After reading this I’m a bit more motivated!!!

    Would you mind sharing this at Tuesdays with a Twist?
    http://back2basichealth.blogspot.com/2013/04/tuesdays-with-twist-2-lets-party.html

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  44. ladywiththeredrocker
    April 18, 2013 @ 8:50 pm

    I’m so sorry to hear you went through this. It really is terrible! I know you probably did this, but it’s always a good reminder to tell friends and family members not to click on your ads. The internet is just like the “Wild-Wild West”. Be careful out there, everyone! 🙁

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  45. Hani
    April 19, 2013 @ 12:48 pm

    I am sorry to hear about your horror story. 🙁 I have moved to WordPress a few months ago to own my blog. The most important thing being on blogspot is to keep backing up your blog, just in case something bad happens. Internet is so crazy, something comes up all the time. But this is beyond everything, very sad! Hope with time you get over it…

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  46. Jamie
    April 19, 2013 @ 6:36 pm

    What a horrible experience but an amazing post! Thank you so much for sharing this! I’m going to give serious thought to switching to WordPress. Thank you for all the details and thanks so much for linking this up to Give Me The Goods Monday! Hope to see you again this Monday!
    Jamie @ somuchbetterwithage.com

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  47. Jackie Karlic (The Non-Martha Momma)
    April 20, 2013 @ 8:41 am

    Hi! Stopping by from Seven Alive blog hop. Already following via FB, now through G+ as well. Wow!! I have heard of this happening and because of that was thinking of switching to WordPress, but this post has definitely made up my mind. I am a newer blogger who has worked really hard the past few months on growing my blog, dedicated hours a day to it, and to think they can just delete it that easily is disheartening! I have adscense and although I have never clicked on an ad thank goodness I could see that it could accidentally happen easily and that worries me. Goodbye Blogger!! Thanks so much for sharing this story and so sorry what happened to you and your friend.

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  48. Momfever
    April 20, 2013 @ 9:34 am

    This makes me glad I moved all my blogs to wordpress.org!

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  49. Crystal & Co. (@CrystalandComp)
    April 22, 2013 @ 12:13 pm

    So sorry this is happening to you. Your post and advice were popular on my site last week. You were one of the most clicked posts!

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  50. [email protected] the Manor
    April 22, 2013 @ 3:44 pm

    Yuck! So sorry this happened to you!

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  51. The Busy Bee's
    April 23, 2013 @ 6:57 pm

    Wow! I’m so sorry this happened to you.

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  52. Kim,USA
    May 13, 2013 @ 12:18 pm

    I was blog hopping and found your site. And yes I am part of these “google horror story”. Two of my blogs which I have it for more than five years are gone! Yes gone! I found it while I was vacationing in another country. When I get back here in the US I tried hard but I got lost interest and decided to make another two blogs with blogger/google. My two blogs are in there own domain by “godaddy”. I pay one year to the two blogs for $10.00 each but still they let it gone. Now everytime I check the url it is up for sale!! What the heck? I am not a tech savvy and do not know what is going on but it made me feel frustrated. Hate thinking of it.

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    • Deby at Moms Make Money
      May 13, 2013 @ 5:21 pm

      That does sound very strange that you paid for a domain name but then it disappeared and your blogs with it. You normally need to pay for a hosting account too – a domain name is only like a postal address but the hosting is like the home on the address and is where your files are stored. If your blogs disappeared its more likely a problem with the hosting, not the name – if it was blogger then perhaps your sites were removed or disabled by Google. If you feel you paid for something that you didn’t get then you should call GoDaddy about it. I use them myself and have had cause to call them a couple of times about my own sites – they offer 24hr phone support and are super helpful and you don’t have to wait ages on the line.

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  53. Lindsay @FitandAwesome
    June 18, 2013 @ 2:00 am

    I can relate to your horror story. My blog had only been up and running for two months when it got disabled by Adsense. I have appealed 3x and each time been denied. I still to this day cannot figure out why they banned me. I was just getting started too. Such a bummer.

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  54. WreakPeace
    December 29, 2013 @ 1:49 pm

    Hi Deby,
    I just came across this article clicking through one of your newsletter links. As an introvert, it took me a long time to talk myself into blogging and putting myself ‘out there’. Initially, it went well, I mean really well. I had followers who shared their thoughts and opinions respectfully, creating a warm friendly place to be ‘me’ online. Then it was gone; complete with Adsense nonsense & lockups. No warning, no reasons, no recourse… three years of hard work…just gone. After a year and a half – I gave up dealing with Google over the issue.
    At that point, I did attempt to resurrect The Wreak Peace Project on WordPress.org. It was too much to reconstruct after the Blogger fiasco. I’m a drag & drop kinda gal. I have allowed my godaddy domain name to expire… maybe someday I’ll stir up the gumption to give it another go. For now, the effort still outweighs the benefits.
    Thank you so much for sharing your story and helping other Bloggers become aware of the dangers & pitfalls of staying with google. I wish I had found you sooner! All the best on your new ventures!!

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    • Deby at Moms Make Money
      December 30, 2013 @ 1:03 pm

      So sorry to hear about what happened to you. I am sure many Blogger users are still unaware of how they can wake up one morning and find the whole lot just gone – for good. And often for no reason at all that you will ever be able to find out or understand. I wish you blogging luck for the future.

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  55. Ted
    March 5, 2014 @ 1:38 am

    Hi, thank you for this very useful post. I come to your article nearly a year later, and it appears you’re able to use adsense again. If you were able to get un-banned from adsense can you please share how?
    Thanks!

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    • Deby at Moms Make Money
      March 7, 2014 @ 7:05 pm

      I was one of a very lucky few Ted. I was able to demonstrate from my records that I was aware of the click-bombing problem quickly and I showed how I had responded to it to protect the advertisers, and what safeguards I had put in place to try to stop it happening again (as far as possible.) Because I understood my responsibilities and had acted correctly to protect the advertisers, I was reinstated. That doesn’t mean that’s the end of the Adsense problems, but that’s a discussion for another day!

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  56. Himaloy
    January 13, 2016 @ 11:58 am

    I don’t have bad experience with google, but sometimes my earning from adsense goes down.

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