Google Adsense Policy Violation Checker

How to check Policy Violations on Web Pages

1. Go to your website's post.

2. Copy the post content.

3. Paste the content on the textarea.

4. Hit the Policy violation check button and you will get message accordingly

5. In case the content is in different language. Change the content to english and follow the same process

Google Follow certain content policies and do not allow things as given below

1. Illegal content

2. Intellectual property abuse

3. Dangerous or derogatory content

4. Animal cruelty

5. Misrepresentative content

6. Unreliable and harmful claims

7. Deceptive practices

8. Manipulated media

9. Enabling dishonest behavior

10. Malicious or unwanted software

11. Dishonest declarations

12. Inventory value

13. More ads or paid promotional material than publisher-content

Google has specific policies in place to ensure that the content that appears in its search results is of high quality and safe for users. If a web page violates these policies, it may be removed from Google's search results or demoted in the ranking.Some examples of policy violations that can result in a webpage being removed or demoted in Google's search results include:

1. Spam or manipulative content: This includes content that is intended to trick users or manipulate search rankings, such as keyword stuffing or link schemes

2. Harmful or dangerous content: This includes content that promotes violence or illegal activities, or that could be harmful to users (such as scams or phishing attacks)

3. Adult content: Google does not allow adult content to appear in its search results, unless it is labelled as such and meets certain criteria (such as being behind an age gate).

4. Copyright infringement: Google takes copyright infringement seriously and will remove or demote content that violates copyright laws

5. Sensitive personal information: Google does not allow the public display of sensitive personal information, such as financial or medical information, unless the person has provided consent.