I'm confused as to why Google Adsense wouldn't approve my website

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Please my website www.techquery.ng has been unapproved by Google Adsense the second time now. Please I need a professional advice so as to know where I'm getting it wrong.
Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    Originally Posted by Debbie Inyama View Post

    Please my website www.techquery.ng has been unapproved by Google Adsense the second time now. Please I need a professional advice so as to know where I'm getting it wrong.
    Thanks
    Have you checked that the country you live in is allowed to use Adsense ? you may find it is banned best check the TOS in Google
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  • Profile picture of the author Debbie Inyama
    It's not banned. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author prochaska
    Perhaps they rejected it because they think it's a thin content site? Now, I'm not trying to devalue your site here. I'm just speaking from experience.

    Several years ago I submitted a website for approval and it got rejected. The site was about 50 pages or so and most articles were only 150 to 300 words - like yours.

    And then I tried submitting another site - a cat niche site - which had 20 articles with word count ranging from 500 to 1200 words. Boom! It got approved within two weeks.

    So content quality could be the reason. I don't know. Of course the wise thing to do here is to ask the Adsense team why they rejected your site twice.
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    Of course the wise thing to do here is to ask the Adsense team why they rejected your site twice
    As they are the only ones who know. Anyone else will just be guessing.
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  • Profile picture of the author cybernext
    You must have received some message from Adsense. Most common reasons are -
    Site is not SEo friendly.
    Site is not user friendly.
    Unique content.
    Over ads placement.

    read the rejection mail carefully and implement the changes accordingly.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by cybernext View Post

      You must have received some message from Adsense. Most common reasons are -
      Site is not SEo friendly.
      Site is not user friendly.
      Unique content.
      Over ads placement.

      read the rejection mail carefully and implement the changes accordingly.


      Lmao, Site is not SEo friendly.

      What does that have to do with bacon?
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      • Profile picture of the author DABK
        SEO...bacOn.

        Do you see it now?


        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        Lmao, Site is not SEo friendly.

        What does that have to do with bacon?
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  • Profile picture of the author snehil kamal
    Recently I have observed that Adsense also considers Site speed before approving. Optimize pageload time for your site and try again. You may also try AMP for mobile site. It should definitely work
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    I looked at your site and my first thought: Why does this site exist?

    What do you add?

    Lots of stuff on your pretty site. The 2 I skimmed have nothing of value...

    I vote: thin content is the reason. FYI, thin content has nothing to do with length.

    But, if it was me, I'd be asking them... Their action, so they'd be the ones who would know best the why behind it.

    Originally Posted by Debbie Inyama View Post

    Please my website www.techquery.ng has been unapproved by Google Adsense the second time now. Please I need a professional advice so as to know where I'm getting it wrong.
    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author TayfoEnnassim
    Hello,
    Fleeting advice: get out and go far away from free stuffs they always limited.
    get webhost, get wordpress template, get domain, get some organized and pro articles.
    all cost you 10$ as a beginning and little effort and time then you take a place in AdSense.
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    • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
      Originally Posted by TayfoEnnassim View Post

      Hello,
      Fleeting advice: get out and go far away from free stuffs they always limited.
      get webhost, get wordpress template, get domain, get some organized and pro articles.
      all cost you 10$ as a beginning and little effort and time then you take a place in AdSense.
      Pro articles, domain purchase, hosting and more all for $10.00 Where did you get those numbers from ?
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  • Profile picture of the author technikola
    Google will approve your website if you are having only 20 article which must be unique and big.
    Do not use the spinner in the article for your site, write big article at least 1000 words. Maintain a good quality on the site. drive some traffic to your site with SEO and this will take 1 month. But you will get your account approved by Google Adsense.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Google approved a site of mine with 1 article contact, privacy and disclosure pages. The article was 300 words long.

      Again, it is not about number of words but about content quality. You must say something. Saying nothing in 2000 words is not better than saying nothing in 500 words.

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      Google will approve your website if you are having only 20 article which must be unique and big.
      Do not use the spinner in the article for your site, write big article at least 1000 words. Maintain a good quality on the site. drive some traffic to your site with SEO and this will take 1 month. But you will get your account approved by Google Adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author chuclocbg2
    Perhaps they rejected it because they think it's a thin content simple? Google will approve your website if you are have more and more article
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  • Profile picture of the author radu
    Just check the requirements of approval in adsense..google them and take them point by point - it may be because you don't have unique content but you know better what you have there
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  • Profile picture of the author Karan Badlani
    Its very easy to get approval from Adsense.

    I had made few websites for my clients and each time I get approval in about 24 hours.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Hi Debbie,

    All looks OK on my end but; are you creating the content yourself? Trying to see any red flags.

    Google has 1,001 reasons though.

    My suggestion; focus all of your attention and energy on creating valuable content and strong bonds with top bloggers in your niche. This is where the money is. From there, open a less fickle advertising stream and prosper. Find one matching your niche perfectly.

    But worry little about Adsense; go with the path of least - not greatest - resistance.

    Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author kgibest2
    The second time is always difficult to get approved once you have been rejected before. What I think is wrong with your site is that the content is not original and the big G would want you to provide original informative content on your site.

    Your site looks like a curation website that curates content from different sources; am saying its bad but Google would frown at it.

    I had four blogs and websites unapproved (all with different email addresses) before going through the process of getting an adsense account through a youtube channel last year. You might consider going through that lane, though conditions are much tougher now
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  • There are lots of Duplicate content and it can find out at CopyScape.com
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  • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
    Pretty obvious why: Plagiarised/stolen content.
    Nothing unique and compelling
    Never going to get adsense.
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