Google has made it abundantly clear not to click on your own ads or ask others to do so. But what about practices a publisher may not purposely carry out?
Make sure that ads associated with Google never appear in an unrequested pop-up. Don't be talked into purchasing traffic for your site that may contain adware.
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Respect the Google trademarks. Don't use any Google trademarks or logos without their consent.
Don't change the Adsense code. If you're a pro at html, don't assume you can add your own code. If you're new to html, simply copy and paste the offered code. Don't mess with it.
Provide a good environment for advertisers and a positive user experience. Don't try to be deceptive in any way. Google's rules may sound strict, but believe me, protecting the integrity of the Google Adsense Program is in your best interest as well as Google's. After all, a positive, honest Google Adsense program means more money for all of us.
Useful Books About the Google Adsense Program For Users of All StagesDo you need to buy a book to use Google Adsense? Not necessarily. Google's support page has a wealth of information. But you might consider it if you want to read a personal account of an Adsense wizard such as Eric Giguere or say, if you want to learn more about HTML. 'Who Let the Blogs Out: A Hyperconnected Peek at the World of Weblogs by Biz Stone has a lot of information on blogging as well as information about Google Adsense. The following is just a few books you can find at amazon.com on the subject:
Make Easy Money with Google: Using the Adsense Advertising Program By Eric Giguere
The Google Adsense Handbook By Angus McLeod
Google Advertising Tools: Cashing in with Adsense, Adwords, and the Google APIs by Harold Davis
Top-Paying Google Adsense and Adwords Keywords for Pharmaceuticals (In Digital Format) [Download: Adobe Reader] By W. Frederick Zimmerman
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Growing Your Business with Google By Dave Taylor