Lunacy Unleashed

Notes from the field in the War on Spam

I spotted some Bad Behavior

People ask me about making money from AdSense all the time. While I usually will offer little tips and tricks that I’ve learned along the way, one thing I want to make sure that new AdSense publishers know is what NOT to do.

The number one thing that you should NOT do is STEAL OTHER PEOPLE’S CONTENT. Yes, I know the guy who sold you the video or the eBook said it was okay. Guess what, he has your $97 bucks, and you’re about five minutes away from being up shit creek without a paddle, as you lose your web hosting, your domain names, and most importantly, your AdSense account, all because you ripped someone off.

If I catch you stealing my content, your ass is grass. (This obviously doesn’t apply if I gave you permission to use it.)

This content was stolen from Michael Hampton.

Copyright © 2006 Michael Hampton. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


September 19, 2006 - Posted by | AdSense, Advertising, Bad Behavior, Blog Spam, Google, Link Farm, Personal, Spam, Splog


  1. Now, for the ultimate play, you should have those two “stolen from” links in the two entries link each to the other entry…

    (Hey! I subscribed to the feed, like you said in your instructions. This is the thanks you get. *grin*)

    Comment by GreyDuck | September 20, 2006

  2. It appears there’s a bug in the code.

    Comment by Michael Hampton | September 20, 2006

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