Running Bidvertiser & Google Adsense together Does Not Work – Webmaster

Adsense and Bidvertiser on Same Page Does Not Work!

On a quest to maximize earnings from my site, I decided to seek for other third party ads publishing networks that are compatible with Google Adsense.

Bidvertiser and Adsense does not go together

 

 

Firstly, I read through Google ads publishing policy since I know Google is very strict with their term of service and any violation may result in ban of my adsense account.

Secondly, I have to go through Gooogle Adsense Help webpage to see what they have to say about running other party ads with Adsense.

Luckily, I came across this question;

Can I place Google ads on the same page with other ads? Someone asked.
The answer Google gave was;

“You’re welcome to display Google ads on the same site or page as other third party advertisements provided that the formatting or colours of the third party ads is different enough from that of the Google ads. In other words, if you choose to place non-Google ads on the same site or page as Google ads, it should always be clear to the user that the ads are served by different advertising networks and that the non-Google ads have no association with Google. If the formats are naturally
similar, we ask that you choose different colour schemes for the competing ads. Our intent with this policy is to be as fair to our advertisers as possible and to maintain the integrity of the AdWords and AdSense programs. You can learn more about this, and all our policies, on our program policies page. Please also be aware that competitor ads are considered to be part of your site’s content and must follow our policy guidelines.

After seeing the above answer, I was so excited and I decided to give a trial using Bidvertiser ads.

 

BidVertiser (a division of Bpath ltd.) is one of the oldest PPC (Pay per Click) networks that were started in 2003 along with the launch of Adsense. Bidvertiser is a good google adsense ads alternative for Nigerians and Indians.

 

On day 2 of my trial, Google sent me a surprise warning concerning the Bidvertiser ads. Here is the warning;

Google’s Safe Browsing systems have detected that some pages on your site might be hacked or might include third party resources such as ads that are designed to trick users into installing malicious software or giving up sensitive information. To protect your site’s visitors, your site has been demoted in Google’s search results and browsers such as Google Chrome now display a warning when users visit your site.

Act now to fix this problem and remove the warning.

 

With this, I don’t think I need to convince you any more that both Ads cannot go together.  There are some blog and sites that claim that both Ads can be run together on the same page.  But that’s not true.  I have tried it and it didn’t work.  You can try it out.  If it works, let me know.

 

CBN reintroduces charges on cash deposits & withdrawals

The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN has reintroduced charges on cash deposits and withdrawal in banks.

The new charges would take effect from April 1 2017, in the existing cashless states: Lagos, Ogun, Kano, Abia, Anambra, Rivers and the FCT.

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The policy shall be implemented with the charges taking effect on May 1, 2017 in the following states: Bauchi, Bayelsa, Delta, Enugu, Gombe, Imo, Kaduna, Ondo, Osun and Plateau.

The policy shall be implemented with the charges taking effect on August 1, 2017 in the following states: Edo, Katsina, Jigawa, Niger, Oyo, Adamawa, Akwa Ibom, Ebonyi, Taraba and Nasarawa.

The policy shall be implemented with the charges taking effect on October 1, 2017 in the following states: Borno, Benue, Ekiti, Cross River, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Yobe, Sokoto and Zamfara.Here below are the summary of the charges on cash deposit and withdrawal as reintroduced by CBN

Charges for Cash Deposit

 Charges for cash deposit by individuals are as follows:

  • Less than N500, 000 = zero charge.
  • From N500, 000 to N1 million = 1.5 per cent charge.
  • From N1 million to N5 million = two per cent charge.
  • Above N5 million = 3 per cent charge.

Charges for corporate cash deposit are as follow:

  • Less than N3 million = zero charge.
  • From N3 million to N10 million = two per cent charge.
  • From N10 million to N40 million = three per cent charge.
  • Above N40 million = five per cent charge.

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Charges for Cash Withdrawal

 Charges for cash withdrawal by individuals are as follows:

  • Less than N500, 000 = zero charge.
  • From N500, 000 to N1 million = two per cent.
  • From N1 million to N5 million = 3 per cent charge.
  • Above N5 million = 7.5 per cent charge.

Charges for corporate cash withdrawal are as follows:

  • Less than N3 million = zero charge.
  • From N3 million to N10 million = five per cent.
  • From N10 million to N40 million = 7.5 per cent.
  • Above N40 million = 10 per cent.

Mr. Dipo Fatokun, announced this in a circular entitled: “Circular on nationwide implementation of the cashless policy.” CBN reintroduces cashless charges on bank deposits.

According to CBN, “The income generated from the processing fees charged above the allowable cash transaction limits shall be shared between the CBN and the banks in the ratio of 40:60.

Existing exemptions remain sustained for: Revenue generating accounts of the federal, state and local governments (lodgements only); embassies, diplomatic missions, multilateral and aid donor agencies in Nigeria are also exempted from all processing fees relating to the cashless policy implementation.

“In view of the above, branches of deposit money banks in the affected states are expected to commence: the enlightenment of their customers on the cashless policy, including the limits; on cash withdrawals and deposits for individuals and corporate bodies, as well as the available e-payment options; “Training of staff on the cashless policy, in order to provide answers to enquiries and handle issues/customers’ complaints, as well as provide advice on the policy; media communication, to complement existing CBN’s and Bankers’ Committee’s media campaign.

All banks are to ensure that their cashless teams in the affected states liaise properly with the cashless office in the CBN for necessary clarifications and further assistance, if required.”