Why did I get denied from Adsense?

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I have created a fitness and health related website around a month ago. I have put a lot work on it, including fixing css/html issues and designing it my own way. I have written 5 articles already. Even that isn't enough for them as they state that I have insufficient content and that isn't the case. Could you please help me change my website or add something to get it in Adsense? My website is fitness-lore.com. It is a Wordpress site btw.

PS Contacted Adsense help forum and they are saying some great BS. One guy told me that I need at least 50 articles and 50 visitors per day and another guy told me that I need to be a professional nutritionist or personal trainer to be able to get advertised. I really hope they don't know what they are talking about.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    There is too often an entitlement attitude toward Adsense. You have a one month old site with 5 articles - in a niche that is dominated by experts in the field of exercise, nutrition, physical fitness, etc.

    I really hope they don't know what they are talking about.
    You might 'hope' but they are giving you a reality check.

    Without sufficient content you don't have visitors - without visitors you won't make money with Adsense. I have no doubt you've worked hard on the blog - but it does not meet Google's content standards right now.

    If I were you and wanted Adsense on the site - I would spend the next 3-6 months adding a significant amount of content and doing everything possible to get visitors flowing to the site. At the 6 month mark - re-apply to google.
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    • Profile picture of the author StavrosWTF
      Okay thanks for your insight. I didn't see it from that percpective. I will be working towards building traffic and get more content. Is there another easy way you know that I can monetize my website (fitness/health/nutrition/training related) without affliating stupid affliating stupid supplements and gym equipment. I mean, I can do 1 article addressing the best supplements and what I recommend, but I can't do that in every article.
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  • Profile picture of the author 111ideas
    You should have more than 2000 visitors per day for your blog/site.
    Try to add some more pages and do some promotions.
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    • Profile picture of the author StavrosWTF
      Well right now 2000 visitors per day is too much, I don't think I have the knowledge and influence to pull 2000/day. Do you have anything that can help me?
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  • Profile picture of the author UnkwnUsr
    Why are you putting adsense on a nutrition site? You should be promoting affiliate offers and building a list/community. If the site has little traffic then worry about that first then think about how to monetize it best.
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    • Profile picture of the author StavrosWTF
      Do you have any resources I can read so that I can do those things you say?
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  • Profile picture of the author UnkwnUsr
    Resources for building an email list? I would say check the sub-forum here at warrior forum. If you're talking about getting traffic to a nutrition site then first make sure you have narrowed it down a bit. For example, the other day I saw an entire website dedicated to one supplement and how to find the most bioactive brand. Then I would say start branded pages on FB, Twitter, and G+. Became active in the popular nutrition groups, once you're active there you can start to drop your links every now and again (not all the time). If your content is good that should give you some subscribers naturally.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex July
    Originally Posted by StavrosWTF View Post

    I have created a fitness and health related website around a month ago. I have put a lot work on it, including fixing css/html issues and designing it my own way. I have written 5 articles already. Even that isn't enough for them as they state that I have insufficient content and that isn't the case. Could you please help me change my website or add something to get it in Adsense? My website is fitness-lore.com. It is a Wordpress site btw.

    PS Contacted Adsense help forum and they are saying some great BS. One guy told me that I need at least 50 articles and 50 visitors per day and another guy told me that I need to be a professional nutritionist or personal trainer to be able to get advertised. I really hope they don't know what they are talking about.
    Maybe, they do know what they are talking about, don't you think so?

    You published this giant number of articles - FIVE!

    Here is another thread about a blogger who has published over 100 articles, and because of something (I think, because of law traffic) got denied by Google.

    So, keep updating your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rhadoo7
    I agree that you need More Content and More Traffic in order to get accepted.
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