EDIT: This issue has been resolved, it lasted 2 weeks and the reason was external to me or the site. But it was related to one of the members who did something violating AdSense rules (on my site or not, I don't know) and has been banned from AdSense. In the process they also banned his sites, including mine. Now they have fixed the issue and ads are back on my site.
I have noticed in my adsense account that since 8th march there is no earnings from Best-Reviewer.com and also I have noticed that the ads don't display anymore on the site..
So I know ads have been disabled.. Problem is I have received no notification about it. I think one member might have received the notification but didn't tell me anything..
So I wrote to adsense, I'll let you know if they reply, in the meantime there's no adsense anymore on this site, that's life!
Hello, my site best-reviewer.com is an adsense revenue sharing site, for this purpose I use the old adsense code format and switch the adsense publisher ID in the html code.
From 8th march I see that ads have been disabled on my site. I have not received a notification for any problem, and no message is in my adsense account. What is possible is that since there are several adsense publisher id on different pages of this site, you have sent the notification to a member of my site instead of me.
There is always my adsense publisher id on the side bar as link units, on all pages. Also for most of the pages the first ad unit has my adsense publisher id, but in some cases (premium members) all 3 ad units are from that member who wrote the page.
I moderate all content submitted, I delete content and user accounts from time to time when they violate adsense's TOS, but it is always possible that I've missed something.
Would it be possible for you to find back the issue that lead to the disabling of the ads and forward it to me so I can fix any issue and I will make sure it doesn't happen again in the future?
I don't believe the issue to be one of the most obvious adsense violation because I try to be even more strict than you are, here is the page that I prompt all my member to read and respect:
Thank you in advance for helping me resolve this issue so me and my members can continue working with adsense on this site. If you can't could you please let me know the specific page that lead to disabling the ads, so I can know what page is at fault and ultimately which member?
It's not the end of the world, but it is a big problem, I hope it will be resolved, if they take some time to reply, then I'll act very quickly on whatever the problem is. If they don't reply, there's nothing I can do about it. Sorry about that.. At least we can say it is not because I haven't been strict enough about the rules, I have delete whole user accounts in the past for minor violations and I check the content submitted everyday.. But what can you do? By the way, don't worry about your own adsense account, disabling of the ads on one site is very common and doesn't affect the overall standing of your account, especially since they send the notification only to one person.. So in this case I guess it was to one of the premium members, because if they had all 3 ad units with their adsense publisher id, adsense thought it was his site, it's normal.
Here's the result of posting the contact form:
The form has been submitted to AdSense Support.
We'll try to get back to you within 24 hours if your query is about your own account and requires an action from our side. However, depending on the volume of messages that we receive, it may take up to 48 hours or longer for us to reply. Thank you for your patience.
In the meantime, please visit the AdSense Help Group to see if one of your fellow publishers has the answer to your question.
I'll keep you updated about this, in the meantime, work on your own web properties, that's what you should always do anyway :-)