How to Keep Your Google AdSense Ads Safe, Clean & Halal

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How to Keep Your Google AdSense Ads Safe, Clean & Halal

Unread postby UCERD.COM » Wed Jul 10, 2013 4:59 pm

Did you know you could filter out certain Google AdSense ads from appearing on your blog or website? AdSense has a feature called “Competitive Ad Filter”. It has been around for a while, but is one that is not often used. Originally, this was designed so that you can filter out businesses and services that compete with whatever it is your site (blog) is offering. However, as Muslim bloggers we can use this feature to filter out ads that we should not be advertising for.
The majority of Muslim blogs that are using Google AdSense tend to have advertisements for dating or matrimonial services. This is not something that is done intentionally but it is definitely not something that happened by chance either. Businesses pay money to advertise their services on sites with certain keywords such as “Muslim” or “halal” or “haram”.
…if filtering ads is something you just don’t want to deal with then I highly recommend you stay away from advertising
Muslim blogs often include these keywords and so these AdSense ads will then pop-up on your blog. Some of the ads that show up may in fact be legit, but my research into this has shown that most of these Google AdSense ads are either haram or, at the very least, questionable.

When it comes to dating sites,for example here’s what I did to find potential problems:

Google “Muslim dating”
Copy all the links of businesses that advertise
Paste them into the Ad Filter in AdSense


Remember that it is against Google’s Terms of Service that you click your own ads for any reason at all. So if the site’s address isn’t listed in the ad, then you’ll need to use Google for more information. Of course, new sites will always be popping up — so you really have to stay on top of things.
If you are willing to go through this process once in a while, then I recommend you go ahead and use AdSense. For example, I know that this post includes words such as “dating”. So for quite some time I will be monitoring the ads that are displayed so that I can add them to the list. On the other hand, if filtering ads is something you just don’t want to deal with then I highly recommend you stay away from advertising – especially content related ads from Google AdSense.
Why? Because the last thing you want is to earn money from haram sources. Do you really want to earn even one penny from someone who clicks on some dating site that advocates haram methods for establishing a relationship? I’m sure none of us do as it would be something displeasing to Allah.
I’ve compiled a list of sites that you can just copy and paste into the “Competitive Ad Filter”. Click the icon below to download the file with the list of sites I’ve found questionable so far. There is also a short tutorial video showing you how to find, search for, and filter site that may be questionable or haram.
Let me know where you stand on the issue of AdSense and targeted ads. Do you use AdSense on your blog? If so, have you had a chance to look at the type of ads being displayed? Did you already know about (and use) the “Competitive Ad Filter” feature before reading this blog post?

Steps to Block prohibit sites

Copy ads URL Links
Links to paste in Google Adsence Ad block
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123ink.com
7abibi-ana.com
a1im.com
aboutislamicmarriage.info
aionline.edu
aiuschools.com
apnatoronto.com
arabdatingwomen.com
arabelove.com
arablounge.com
arabmatchmaking.com
artinstitutes.edu
avidian.com
aweber.com
bankofamerica.com
bharatmatrimony.com
bigcommerce.com
blacksingles.com
bluehost.com
bu.edu
capella.edu
chatroomsspace.com
communitycarecollegeonline.com
constantcontact.com
cooljodi.com
corel.com
ctucomm.com
dada.net
dailymatrimony.com
devry.edu
divinecaroline.com
ecpi.edu
eharmony.com
emuslimsingles.com
everystudent.com
eztrader.com
fatburningfurnace.com
foxyfans.ugo.com
fullsail.edu
fynoo.com
getresponse.com
guidanceresidential.com
gw.edu
gwu.edu
hostgator.com
hottiematchup.com
humlog.com
indiamatch.com
iru.edu
islamicfaces.com
islamicintros.com
jeevansathi.com
k-state.edu
kamranabegevents.com
kisura.com
lavaplace.com
lifepartnerindia.com
mailchimp.com
maktoob.com
marrymuslimgirl.com
match.com
match21.com
matchmaker.com
mate1.com
matrimonialmix.com
matrimonials.com
matrimony.org
matrisearch.com
meetspouse.com
moslemspace.com
muslim4muslim.com
muslima.com
muslima2marry.com
muslimdarlings.com
muslimmarriagemaker.com
muslimmatch.com
muslimmatrimonial.com
muslimmatrimonials.com
muslimmatrimonialsnetwork.com
muslimmuslima.com
muslims4marriage.com
muslimunions.com
mydesiishq.com
neowide.com
nikah.com
norwich.edu
olx.com
oss4idiots.com
perfect-partner.com
persiansocialclub.com
personals.yahoo.com
premiermuslimintroductions.com
premkahani.com
qiran.com
realmoneymakingsystems.com
saakow.com
salaamlove.com
sanityquestpublishing.com
schools.com
search-schools.com
sendtonesfast.com
shaadi.com
shouldidivorcehim.com
simplymarry.com
singlemuslim.com
singlesnet.com
stamps.com
starwoodpromos.com
strayer.edu
tastelife.com
thechicagoschoolonline.net
themuslimmatrimonial.com
therichjerk.com
true.com
trymylot.com
ua.edu
ugo.com
umd.edu
umuc.edu
uncommonwisdomdaily.com
walsha.com
westwood.edu
wgu.edu
wu-yisource.com
www.isnamatrimonials.net
www.wix.com
www.yola.com
xlibris.com
yourlegacymentors.com
zawaj.com
zulily.com


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