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StumbleUpon Adsense Ban

Can Stumbleupon cause Adsense ban?

I read a few posts that say if stumbleupon sends traffic to your site this is against adsense TOS is this true and can result in adsense banning your site?

How can I control people not to stumble my page?!

This sounds crazy!


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There is nothing in Google TOS against stumbleupontraffic.

There is no way to prevent your site from being stumbled.

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3- May be you are running some other ad affiliate programs on your website [ if so then first remove that ads then apply again .
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