What does Google adsene really mean by insufficient content?

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I have tried several times to join google adsenes program but all failed for one reason or the other. This last two applications where insufficient content.

Meanwhile, on my blog with blogger, I had up to 30 posts with a minimum of 1,000 words each yet google rejected it for insufficient content.

Within a month I made more posts and bring the total to 55 posts with 1/3 of the articles having up to 2,000 words and only about 5 out of the 55 posts are having less than 700 words, yet google still rejected the application for insufficient content.

What does google really mean by sufficient post? Or am I missing something out?

Thanks for your kind advice on what constitutes sufficient and insufficient content with google adsene.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    It's a nice way of saying your content really sucks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cosmit
    insufficient content does not only mean not enough content.

    you can eat a ton of cardboard, or 2 tons, but you're still eating cardboard. google is looking for something that at least tastes a little bit like real food.

    dont waste time
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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    Insufficient content means that you have less amount of high quality content. So, focused on your content quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author awledd
    I created adsense account some 6 years ago after my first was banned. I tried to make money with it and was stuck at 12 euros. After years of inactivity I met a friend who has a website of only pictures but has about 10000 unique per month. He applied and was not accepted into adsense. He posted my code on his site and it has been some 12+ months since we started earning from his site.

    But I also read someone bought absence account from fiver and is earning for months. He bought it because he was rejected.
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  • Profile picture of the author nmwf
    Perhaps if you post your blog's URL, we can take a look and guess at what's wrong.
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  • Hello kgibest2

    Be sure to add quality content !!!
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  • Profile picture of the author bizzly
    Maybe its harder to be accepted these days.
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert999
    Originally Posted by kgibest2 View Post

    I have tried several times to join google adsenes program but all failed for one reason or the other. This last two applications where insufficient content.

    Meanwhile, on my blog with blogger, I had up to 30 posts with a minimum of 1,000 words each yet google rejected it for insufficient content.

    Within a month I made more posts and bring the total to 55 posts with 1/3 of the articles having up to 2,000 words and only about 5 out of the 55 posts are having less than 700 words, yet google still rejected the application for insufficient content.

    What does google really mean by sufficient post? Or am I missing something out?

    Thanks for your kind advice on what constitutes sufficient and insufficient content with google adsene.
    Your content should be unique. Not copied from any other online sources. use copyscape.com to check for content duplication.
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Is your text grammatically correct?

    Is it packed with info and really useful?
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