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Alright, I have an adsense account where I put ads on a website (http://jtprxy.t35.com/) for anyone who cares. Yes it is a site to bypass filters and the like at my school, but when I go to the site, there should be 3 horizontal ads on the homepage. At school, I do not get to see them. In fact, none of the ads show up including the sign up for adsense and checkout and pack and firefox. None of that. Due to me asking around and stuff, I have come up with a theory that the filter, which all internet traffic has to pass thru, has put a global block on these kind of ads. My friend's website's adsense ads don't show up as well. 2 things: does anyone have an explanation for this and is there any way to get the ads to show up so people can actually click on them? and yes, I actually do generate revenue from AdSense. I have only had the site up for about a week, and school ends tomorrow, so that's why I havent had that many hits to it. Thanks for any help. :D

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Alright, I have an adsense account where I put ads on a website (http://jtprxy.t35.com/) for anyone who cares. Yes it is a site to bypass filters and the like at my school, but when I go to the site, there should be 3 horizontal ads on the homepage. At school, I do not get to see them. In fact, none of the ads show up including the sign up for adsense and checkout and pack and firefox. None of that. Due to me asking around and stuff, I have come up with a theory that the filter, which all internet traffic has to pass thru, has put a global block on these kind of ads. My friend's website's adsense ads don't show up as well. 2 things: does anyone have an explanation for this and is there any way to get the ads to show up so people can actually click on them? and yes, I actually do generate revenue from AdSense. I have only had the site up for about a week, and school ends tomorrow, so that's why I havent had that many hits to it. Thanks for any help. :D
If you school blocks googles ad-sence  servers you're screwed... sorry
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Blocking ad servers on the proxy is just a very sane and simple way of being more efficient with your bandwidth. I'm actually surprised my company isn't doing it. Of course, those assholes *DO* block USEFUL stuff like the full hak5.org domain...

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