Contrary to admob policy?


if it conflicts with the admob policy if I make the code “when ad left application”, there will be no more ads in the app for 1 day ahead. So they are in benefit by clicking my ad. But I did not explicitly tell the user to click on my ad. It just code in appybuilder. Please help…


I don’t understand. When they close the ad, you don’t want to show it for next 24 hours??


When they click my app, I give them benefit like there is no more ad for 24 hours or other things like that. Using block “When…AdLeftApplication”


You won’t be making much revenue :slight_smile:


so I make it short like 3 hours free ads, and if the ads coming up, the user now that they must keep clicking my ads for every 3 hours or they will be annoyed from every ad that will appear. Instead of having to look at different types of ads, it’s better to click on 1 ad and they’ll be free of ads for the next 3 hours…

Someone that using my app regularly would know this pattern. So they might using this trick for as long as they use my app. And I got more revenue from their habit of clicking my ad


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I give the user benefit by clicking my ads, but I NEVER tell them to click my add. So, it contrary to admob policy?


I think yes, they click your ads only to get rid of it. Not because of the ads itself is interesting for them.

On a side note, i think it would make you looks suspicious in Google statistics if each time your user open this app, and click an ads once.


Once, some years ago I made this kind of app. It was fairytale app.
I made it simple, if ad cliked - add to TinyDB current date value, and on app load it check if current date = value in DB not show AD and if vvalue is differnet clear DB :wink: