If you have been hesitant about putting Adsense contextual ads on your site, then you really should take advantage of it as soon as possible. Of course you need site visitors to make any money with Adsense, and the particular market you are in will determine your income along with your traffic numbers. People only get their accounts shut down when they either willingly or mistakenly break the rules governing Adsense.
What do you have to watch out for when you are running Adsense on your sites? How do you make sure you don't lose your hard earned earnings because of this?
The Internet is filled with sites that have one sole purpose - get clicks on the AdSense ads. If you know what you are looking for, it is not hard to spot made for AdSense sites (MFAs) which are actually against the Adsense TOS. Naturally, most made for AdSense sites are very poorly made with worthless content and are deleted by Google when discovered. People continue to realize excellent profits from Adsense, but it took them a while to build it to that point and with focused energies. If you ever want to see the level of success you dream about, then you simply need to create the right mental attitude for it. Avoid Any Silly Joint Ventures: There are webmasters out there that try to outsmart Google by partnering with other webmasters with the thinking that they would increase their profits by clicking on each other's ads. Since Google will be able to observe the IP addresses of the computers that keep clicking on each other's ads, you will soon be caught if you do this.
You can safeguard your account by logging on to it regularly and being on the lookout for any activity that seems suspicious. If you notice anything fishy going on, that's not supposed to be that way, immediately email Google and let them know your concern. Don't worry that Google will ban you for letting them know about this, as in such a case you're coming forward and telling them everything that's going on. However, if you fail to notify them and they find out about the problem on their own, your account can get banned, and that too for life.
If you just keep to the letter of the Adsense law, then you will be fine plus it is very simple to do that. There are many reasons why Google may disable your AdSense account, so the best way to avoid it is to follow their terms of service strictly and not do your own thing. Once you have it all in place, then you just keep doing what you have been doing and you'll see some money start to happen.