Whats the Best Way to Get Google Adsense aPproval Fast

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hello warrior gurus, i want to know how i can get google adsense approval within a week? need ur comments..
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  • Profile picture of the author satrap
    Well the best way is to ensure befor you apply, your site is up to google's standard. Google will give you all the info you need for making your site ready and ad sense friendly. Here is the link to Google's ad sense program policies checklist
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      Make your application as appealing as possible with a good site/blog to submit - but after that Google operates on Google's time schedule. Really nothing you can do to rush the process.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Daniels
    Its alot harder these days.. i would have to second to follow the polices set by Google, make sure your website is very clean and professional looking.
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  • Profile picture of the author lacraiger
    apply thru blogspot or hubpages
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  • Profile picture of the author FoxWalker
    I have failed two to three times to get the approval of adsense application. I was very upset and stop thinking of applying for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Caragui
    Try creating a blogspot site and fill it with relevant and useful content...let it age a while then apply for adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author kkrueger
    Blogspot is the fastest and easiest way to get an adsense account. Just make sure your topic is within their TOS... no gambling, no porn.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dimitris Skiadas
    There are some people on Fiverr that offer this kind of services(Google Adsense account approval) very fast and without the obligation of ownership of a website.I am not sure though if this is a legitimate way to get an Adsense account.

    Dimitris
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  • Profile picture of the author fishka
    +1000 for blogspot! make a simple blog with some unique content- than apply to adsense. you'll be approved in a couple of days. Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author loudspeaker
    Thank you all for your useful comments i really appreciate, swinging into action now..
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    • Profile picture of the author anticipation
      Hi seema,

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  • Profile picture of the author JamesGw
    I know blogger and hubpages used to have expedited acceptance. I dunno if they do anymore.
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  • Profile picture of the author robchapman
    I was actually wondering the same thing because I have been turned away by adsense twice now. I will try the things you all have mentioned.
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  • Profile picture of the author sturmbro629
    Yes blogspot or hubpages. I made a page in 1 hour tops and applied for ad sense. I was approved 2 days later, peice of cake.
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  • Profile picture of the author retsek
    Google just updated their Application process today. It now takes much longer to get an approved account, but at least you now have notifications and messages from them regarding steps in the process ...whereas previously you were feeling in the dark.
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  • Profile picture of the author PPCprof
    yes, it takes longer.

    gone were the days where u set up a new blog [3days old] and apply and u get accepted.

    then slowly it went to 7 - 11 days. [not trying to promote 7-11 haha]

    then now i think u need a well established clean looking professional site and maybe at least a few weeks to a month of history for traffic. then they will consider u.
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    • Profile picture of the author williamrose
      This must be hugely dependent on a number of factors.. I can't remember how long my own adsense approval took (vague recollection of it being a few days) but today I watched as a client of mine applied and was somehow approved within the hour.

      I was a tad surprised!

      The advice given by some of the posters above is solid; stick to the rules, have a nice clean looking site and some patience. Best of luck
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  • Profile picture of the author blackout17
    Evening all. Just a quick question about Google Adsense. I signed up to them in the passed and got reject but I re applied a few months later. I have added the codes onto my website and they now appear fully on my website but still not had a full approval email yet after 4 "business days" its been over 7 days?!

    How long did it take you to get approved?
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    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      If you have ads on your site, I'm pretty sure it means you've been approved. Do you see click credits when you login to your Google adsense account?
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    • Profile picture of the author gerimar
      if ads appear it means youre approve, congrats, usually they sent a postal mail in your mailbox as welcome letter with your info.
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    • Profile picture of the author blackout17
      Awesome. I now have 3 clicks registered too on the Adsense website so surely that means I am accepted which is awesome news after been rejected in the past.
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      • Profile picture of the author JosephTate
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        Originally Posted by blackout17 View Post

        Awesome. I now have 3 clicks registered too on the Adsense website so surely that means I am accepted which is awesome news after been rejected in the past.
        It denotes that you are approved..congratz!
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    • Profile picture of the author blackout17
      Pretty pleased just logged into adsense to discover I have started to make some money. Got £3.78 earnings which is very pleasing. Just need more traffic now
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    • Profile picture of the author BXPS
      All the best.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jenny4u1
      Some times google gives full approval without sending any notification mail. If ads are showing on your site means you are very lucky to get that.

      Keep rocking !!!
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    • Profile picture of the author kengperapol
      Your account have been approved? Congratz!
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      • Profile picture of the author blackout17
        Originally Posted by kengperapol View Post

        Your account have been approved? Congratz!
        Yep! Showing clicks and money earned. All adverts saying active and had no problems so its all good. Time to earn some money. =]
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    • Profile picture of the author vjandroid1
      Keep up man..there is a long path to go..so just move on...its just a starting...
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    • Profile picture of the author dp40oz
      I had a partial approval for close to 5 months. I decided to add a bunch more content and within 2 days it was approved.
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    • Profile picture of the author hazim799
      hi all.

      I want to sign up for adsense.But when I google about sign up for adsense,I found the blog tell to sign up adsense with docstoc.


      So,should I sign up on official adsense website

      or should I sign up docstoc at docstoc website?


      thanks.
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      • Profile picture of the author guzpra
        Originally Posted by hazim799 View Post

        hi all.

        I want to sign up for adsense.But when I google about sign up for adsense,I found the blog tell to sign up adsense with docstoc.


        So,should I sign up on official adsense website

        or should I sign up docstoc at docstoc website?


        thanks.
        what is docstoc? I suggest you just follow the official way
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        • Profile picture of the author hazim799
          Originally Posted by guzpra View Post

          what is docstoc? I suggest you just follow the official way

          ok.thanks for your reply.

          normally,how long to wait to get approove ?
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    • Profile picture of the author jsfunstuff
      with in 6 hours adsense approve my application
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      • Profile picture of the author hazim799
        Originally Posted by jsfunstuff View Post

        with in 6 hours adsense approve my application

        where you sign up?
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    • Profile picture of the author marshaux
      Yay! Yes, you're approved - hope it's going well
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  • Profile picture of the author khallukhalander
    hi any body gettting india adsense acount approval
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  • Profile picture of the author khallukhalander
    do u know how toget adsense approval very quickly
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  • Profile picture of the author NerdArmy
    I initially got denied for adsense because google said they were unable to review my site because my site was down or unavailable. So I reapplied and corrected my URL problem (so I thought). I got the initial partial approval message saying they still have to further review my site, but I can begin posting ads but they won't be live, so I did. A few hours later I started to see live ads showing up on my site before I got an official approval message. My account no longer had a hold on it either. Then I wake up the following morning and I get an adsense denial email saying again they were unable to review my site. But how is that possible when live ads were appearing on my site? What am I doing wrong? And since when did live ads start showing up on sites before getting approved?
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  • Profile picture of the author yitbarek
    I applied for adsense a month ago, but it still on revision. I use blogger and have 3 pages and more than 10 videos, the site is about spiritual church song. What should i do to get approved?

    Thanks in advance.
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      • Profile picture of the author yitbarek
        Originally Posted by Vijaypravin View Post

        Did you receive any email from google adsense? check you inbox!!!

        Actually once we receive email we need to create an ads unit and place it on the blog, then only google would start review you blog.
        No i didn't recieve
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        • Profile picture of the author The Expert
          I would re-submit. I wanted to prune out some poor-performing sites (they perform...just not so good but I'm not throwing free money away) out of my main Adsenes account just last week.

          I removed the Adsense code from the site so no ads were showing and put in an application under my wife's name on Monday. Everything was approved by Wednesday and the new code was up and running on Thursday without a hitch.

          If I put in an application after you and got approved before you, then that's a sign. You need more content. Make sure you have a privacy page and a contact page (with real contact info) prominently displayed on the home page. Double up the number of post...don't worry about trickling them out...just write 20 in a day. Then resubmit.
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    • Profile picture of the author SasaIlic
      They probably have too many applications, there is not to much that you can do, just wait to hear from them.
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    • Profile picture of the author MSC
      Check if your blog contains these pages: About, Privacy, Contact, Disclaimer (if promoting affiliate products).
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    • Profile picture of the author prashanth502
      update u r site with more contents.
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    • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
      You are probably going about it the wrong way. Resubmit your application again, there is probably a problem with your submission.
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    • Profile picture of the author feliciayapsl
      you should receive your Google adsense PIN in your mailbox for you to key into your account.
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    • Profile picture of the author Stuart william
      You need to add some adsense unit in your blog/website and try to increase your visitors as well. you need to update your blog on regularly basis.
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    • Profile picture of the author timpears
      My account was approved in a couple of days from a Blogger account. My guess is that there is something wrong with your application. I have never known it take that long.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jac0b
      One week - no more.
      Try to send them e-mail with this question.
      Maybe it will be able to help you
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  • Profile picture of the author Jon Paella
    I recently got my adsense application rejected. The site is a amazon affiliate niche site. I guess that may be the reason why it was disapproved. The domain is less than 6 months old. Maybe another reason.

    Anyway, I have some questions:

    1) Is the approval thing done by a machine/bot/computer, or it's human review?

    2) I will apply for adsense again. Now, I have a very good authoritative site (my blog) that has nothing to do with IM and is about 4-5 years old. Lots of great content. I have not put ads because when I started it I wasn't into IM. And I know it's the kind of website and blog that Google loves. I'm going to try to get adsense approved on that. I'm sure there should be no problems.

    I also think I should use a new email address and not the one I used to apply the first time when it was rejected.

    Now, I really don't know how much google knows about me. When I do my IM websites, I'm always logged onto my gmail account. Wondering if that is bad - as if they eventually find one site they don't like, can they trace all websites I've worked on while logged onto my gmail account? I dunno if Google can trace that. If so, maybe I shouldn't use even any gmail account related to my normal one to apply for my adsense account. And maybe even go to another place and use a different ip address to start a gmail. Haha, am I being overly paranoid?

    3) When you get your adsense approved, will future sites also be approved automatically or will there still be reviews?

    Thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mantasmo
      I got approved with a 2 week old site that had four pages talking about various laptop bags & accessories (no affiliate links).

      You must have Adsense compliant terms/privacy pages as well as a contact page.

      Future sites - you add them into the interface or just slap ads on them and you're good. They do review some accounts later on though (many different reasons).
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  • Profile picture of the author jr1228
    Is it bad to try to get a new (started less than a week ago) site approved for Adsense? I've seen a few people say sites should be at least three to six months old.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      It's all about the country you are in.

      United States is probably quick.

      India, Pakistan, etc. are probably under the 6 month rule.

      Even then that's no guarantee of an account.

      There's a lot more to it now than site age.

      Not sure if they do anything manual, but if it's still
      all by a bot, some can sneak in.

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    • Profile picture of the author patco
      Yeah, I agree with paulgl. I also think that it depends on the country... But I am not sure why they still disaprove any member with a new domain (*bought one...) // And why they ban more and more members...
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    • Profile picture of the author jr1228
      Thanks. I'm in the US. My fiance is interested in opening an account, but after reading everything it makes my head spin. I signed up for my account years ago and it was so easy, but now it seems so much more convoluted. He wanted to sign up with a website he just created, but now it seems like it's best to wait for several months.
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  • Profile picture of the author sadek
    Hello Warriors,
    I have written a post about Google AdSense quick approval.

    I am here for your feedback, whether these tips will work or not.

    Be neutral please.
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  • Profile picture of the author mjsca07
    I read through the adsense guidelines and couldn't find anything specifically saying each site must be approved. I understand my initial site will be reviewed and needs to meet guidelines, and I plan to build additional quality sites as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sparhawke
      Thats right, it would be quite impossible to really keep up reviewing each persons sites and I do not think they even could do the initial one manually, they have certain metrics for that
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    • Profile picture of the author jwmann2
      I have generated backlinks on other websites where I could install an adsense module but I don't because I hear about people getting banned from adsense all of the time for unknown reasons. If you're making a lot of money from it on your intial website, why take the risk?
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      • Profile picture of the author Ralf Skirr
        The approval process is only for the first site. All other sites, of course, must follow the same AdSense guidelines, or an account could be banned quickly.

        They'll rarely review a site manually, it's usually done automatically by analysing the site content and click behavior.
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        • Profile picture of the author mjsca07
          Originally Posted by Ralf Skirr View Post

          The approval process is only for the first site. All other sites, of course, must follow the same AdSense guidelines, or an account could be banned quickly.

          They'll rarely review a site manually, it's usually done automatically by analysing the site content and click behavior.
          Thanks for this. When you say "click behavior", are you talking about traffic to it?
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  • Profile picture of the author ichthyander
    I have been trying to get ADSENSE in my blogspot site, since the site is new and i am from ASIA ,may be thats why they are rejecting. They says that my website doesnt matches their criteria , although i am not doing anything illegal. ANy idea WARRIORS? any easy way for getting approval for adsense?
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    • Profile picture of the author sackboy127
      Create a really high quality Hubpages page with lots of unique content, images, Youtube embed, etc. I think Hubpages had some kind of agreement with Google, not sure though if it's still working.
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    • Profile picture of the author ichthyander
      how many topic or thread i should open at hubpages to get approval of adsense?
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    • Profile picture of the author subzer0
      dont think about the quantity , thought about quality
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    • Profile picture of the author ichthyander
      but although i wrote some articles on hubpages and but asense denied for insufficient content, but i wrote 5 topics there, is there any other way to get adsense besides hubpaages?
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    • Profile picture of the author sackboy127
      The way I did it was writing only 1 Hub, but that was of really high quality, and about 1000 words long.
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    • Profile picture of the author davidesamulson
      I think Adsense approval works quicker if you have a Blogger.com blog but it does need to have some amount of content in it and a few readers too. It must be 2-3 months old.
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    • Profile picture of the author globalcashsite
      Depending on location google adsense requires to maintain your hubpages account for certain period and also make few posts.
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    • Profile picture of the author leorocking25
      I think the if the pages contain very smart design,unique idea and high demanding content then it is easy to absence approval easily.
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    • Profile picture of the author ichthyander
      i want to know is there any very easy way to get a adsense account, i do have a big facebook page with lots of fans, which can drive traffic to my site, so any easy suggestions?
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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Here's how to get an adsense account easily.

        1)Move to the United States.
        2)Create some blog or website that has usefulness
        and does not break any rules.
        3)Apply.

        It's as easy as 1-2-3.

        #1 proves to be the hardest.

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        • Profile picture of the author kajol shafiq
          Hi Ichthyander,

          You can get adsense code through Hubpage or blogger provided you continue your blogging activity continuosly for at least 6 months before you get their approval. Obviously, rules are more stringent for Asian countries and you will have to work hard to earn one.
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    • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
      If you are not living in a banned country, i don't think hey reject you because of your country. Google is a big company and they only do their rules and if they work with your country, they approve you if you fit their other requirements like having quality site/blog with quality contents. So i suggest you to write quality articles on your blog and after your posts reached about 30, try registering on adsense again and i hope they approve your blog.
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    • Profile picture of the author ichthyander
      is chitika an alternative of adsense?
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    • Profile picture of the author ichthyander
      is it ana alternative?
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  • Profile picture of the author erb517
    Hi All,

    Applied for a new adsense account, gave them the url for my website and got a temporary approval in about 48 hours. It has been over a month now and still haven't heard a thing nor have ads started showing up on my website. Any idea the normal time it takes?? Am I missing something??

    Thanks for any comments.

    Eric
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    • Profile picture of the author Bond Girl
      Hi Eric,
      It usually takes about a week, you can write them but I would go over all of their policies and make sure that your website meets all of them then just re apply.

      It does matter how old your site is and if it gets any search volume.

      I hope that helps
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    • Profile picture of the author Taba
      Originally Posted by erb517 View Post

      Hi All,

      Applied for a new adsense account, gave them the url for my website and got a temporary approval in about 48 hours. It has been over a month now and still haven't heard a thing nor have ads started showing up on my website. Any idea the normal time it takes?? Am I missing something??

      Thanks for any comments.

      Eric
      Are you still getting the Messages, saying its still under review or temporary approved ?..

      If not then, you need to create a ad and start copying to your site..!

      But if still showing, there might be some technical problem on your site, better you check The Help section in Google adsense.. For more help..
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    • Profile picture of the author JasonGiorgini
      After you got temporary approval you were suppose to log into your account and create ad block then place it on your website. Did you do this?
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  • Profile picture of the author SeoAdsenseLover
    * Blog or a Website with Unique and Quality content
    * Better if you can have a .com or .net domain instead of .blogspot.com
    * 40 / 50+ Good posts
    * Good traffic to your site
    * Better if you can have around 1000 page views per day ( For easy approval )
    * Don't apply adsense for blogs or web sites if you are still developing it
    * Check all site links before you apply for Adsense
    * Make some backlinks and try to build few traffic sources
    * Submit your site to Search Engines and Blog directories
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    • Profile picture of the author flashisland
      Good tips, but don't forget the privacy policy too!
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      • Profile picture of the author SeoAdsenseLover
        Originally Posted by flashisland View Post

        Good tips, but don't forget the privacy policy too!
        Yes. you are correct
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    • Profile picture of the author sodomojo
      Originally Posted by SeoAdsenseLover View Post

      * Blog or a Website with Unique and Quality content
      * Better if you can have a .com or .net domain instead of .blogspot.com
      * 40 / 50+ Good posts
      * Good traffic to your site
      * Better if you can have around 1000 page views per day ( For easy approval )
      * Don't apply adsense for blogs or web sites if you are still developing it
      * Check all site links before you apply for Adsense
      * Make some backlinks and try to build few traffic sources
      * Submit your site to Search Engines and Blog directories
      Or get a hubpage, publish 3 articles and get approved in a week. Thats what i did.
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      • Profile picture of the author SeoAdsenseLover
        Originally Posted by Tydowns View Post

        Or get a hubpage, publish 3 articles and get approved in a week. Thats what i did.
        Yes. good point.
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    • Profile picture of the author smileverse
      Great thread I will copy it and share with my friends who are looking to apply for adsense.
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    • Profile picture of the author andishm
      Originally Posted by SeoAdsenseLover View Post

      * Blog or a Website with Unique and Quality content
      * Better if you can have around 1000 page views per day ( For easy approval )
      I donot think that traffic matters for google adsense as I have seen in past that google adsense approved my ac even for smaller website with low traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author seotrafficsearch
      Well, not all the points are required for adsense approval. But yes if you satisfy all the required points you are on safe side. Traffic is not much important and so are the posts. I got mine approved with mere 10 posts. But then you can't get adsense approved with 10 posts on blogger. You need to have a good domain authority.
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    • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
      There is not any special tips for approving in adsense network. Just make a website that follows adsense terms and after some quality unique posts, you can apply for it.
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    • Aslo don't forget the contact page thats making it easyer to
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  • Profile picture of the author RomeWashington
    What's up all!

    Does anyone know how long it takes for an AdSense account to be approved? I got pre-approved and put the blank ad code into my main html page. Buts its been a week at this point and I haven't heard anything.

    Anyone have experience with the approval process?

    Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author svk_hereiam
      Depends on where you are from... If you are from the US... it shouldn't be a problem... AT least that was the case at least until a year ago but the big G changes its rules very often...
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    • Profile picture of the author seether101
      Banned
      i use some services to get adsense approved, i dont wanna go through all that stress.
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    • Profile picture of the author faisalmaximus
      It takes around 1 week, hope you will start getting adds soon. Keep checking your site regularly.
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    • Profile picture of the author FrankMiller
      It can take 72 hours or more. Be patient! Also, make sure you have the ads already placed on your site. I've had a problem where i waited for approval but that was because I forgot to display my ads! Whoops!
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      • Profile picture of the author RomeWashington
        Originally Posted by FrankMiller View Post

        It can take 72 hours or more. Be patient! Also, make sure you have the ads already placed on your site. I've had a problem where i waited for approval but that was because I forgot to display my ads! Whoops!

        I pasted the code into my main HTML page as they instructed. Is there something else I needed to do? Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author Gsdlady
      Send them an email or read their online documentation to see how long it takes to get approved. At the most it should only be a few days. Can you log into your account and create ad codes? You might already be approved and not realize it.
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      • Profile picture of the author RomeWashington
        Originally Posted by Gsdlady View Post

        Send them an email or read their online documentation to see how long it takes to get approved. At the most it should only be a few days. Can you log into your account and create ad codes? You might already be approved and not realize it.
        No, when I login there's a big red sign saying that it is still under review. I pasted the code into my main HTML site... I am not sure what is wrong. I can't seem to find a help email or contact...
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        • Profile picture of the author RomeWashington
          Does anyone know somewhere I can email to get help on this? I feel like something is wrong.. its been like a week
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    • Profile picture of the author eculligan
      It doesn't take long. Be patient
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    • It takes 2 to 3 days to get the adsense approvals if every things mentioned is intact
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    • Profile picture of the author AmazeMe
      Banned
      The real question is why in the world would you want to use AdSense these days?

      Over the last 3 years, the payout have decreased SIGNIFICANTLY.

      And there are at least 17 ways to get banned. Most ways are silly and ridiculous.
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      • Profile picture of the author mrehan
        I had to wait 2 months till they sent me an email saying my adsense account was not approved due to insufficient content. I have given up on adsense for now.
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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Originally Posted by AmazeMe View Post

        The real question is why in the world would you want to use AdSense these days?

        Over the last 3 years, the payout have decreased SIGNIFICANTLY.

        And there are at least 17 ways to get banned. Most ways are silly and ridiculous.
        I don't know what planet you are on. My payments have increased dramatically.

        Google has had record profits each quarter, most all come from online ads.

        Only silly and ridiculous people get banned.

        There's only one way to get banned. Not following the rules.

        The question is, why in the world would you not want to use adsense?

        If you can, that is. Silly and ridiculous people need not apply.

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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Originally Posted by AmazeMe View Post

        The real question is why in the world would you want to use AdSense these days?

        Over the last 3 years, the payout have decreased SIGNIFICANTLY.

        And there are at least 17 ways to get banned. Most ways are silly and ridiculous.
        That's one of the most silly and ridiculous responses I've read
        in quite a long time.

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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Originally Posted by AmazeMe View Post

        The real question is why in the world would you want to use AdSense these days?

        Over the last 3 years, the payout have decreased SIGNIFICANTLY.

        And there are at least 17 ways to get banned. Most ways are silly and ridiculous.
        That's quite a "silly and ridiculous" response.

        Makes no sense. Google has record profits.

        Only silly and ridiculous people get banned.

        The real question is why in the world would you NOT
        want to use AdSense these days?

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      • Profile picture of the author dakar
        Originally Posted by AmazeMe View Post

        The real question is why in the world would you want to use AdSense these days?

        Over the last 3 years, the payout have decreased SIGNIFICANTLY.

        And there are at least 17 ways to get banned. Most ways are silly and ridiculous.
        Not true. There are people running very profitable campaigns on Adsense. And if you do everything the right way, there's absolutely no reason to get banned.
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        • Profile picture of the author RomeWashington
          So if I don't get approved, can I create a new adsense account using my same email?
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    • Profile picture of the author Dani16
      Better wait or create a new account, No other way
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    • Profile picture of the author farabi
      It is not fixed, but it need to fully approved about 7days. But sometime it takes 1-2 days to approved, its depend on your site/blog, country, blog/site content etc.

      Thanks
      Farabi
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  • Profile picture of the author mdarifsadik
    Hi.
    I have a blog and i want to submit adsense adds in it .I tried several times but Google not approves it .My blogs page rank is 01.Please tell me the Best tips for adsense approval .
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    • Profile picture of the author frank1985
      Quality content
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    • Profile picture of the author brettb
      +1 for quality content, especially if you're not from a Western country.

      But remember there are alternatives out there. AdSense is for the lazy.

      I just got AdSense disabled on one of my sites (overstepping the line into adult subject areas - if I wasn't a long time user with an AdWords a/c I might have been outright banned). So I stripped off the AdSense and put on some affiliate links. 3 hours later I've had my first sale. I have a sneaking feeling I'm gonna make even more without AdSense. The thing is that despite all those PhD's on staff, AdSense is pretty poor at demographics and targeting content. I still get red widget ads on my green widgets pages. Now I'm building my own ad manager that will put green widgets ads on green widgets pages. My earnings should soar, and I never have to live in fear of an AdSense ban.

      I can recommend ALL of you check out the CPA offers forum, and get off your AdSense addiction.
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    • Profile picture of the author prti
      Goode content as well, but try to switch ads positions unit u get best earnings.
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    • First of your content will be unique and quality. Check whether if you have duplicate pages or contents. Try to ful fill Google Adsense policies.Your blog should be a user friendly with proper navigation etc.
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    • Profile picture of the author MichaelNech
      Without actually seeing your site I can't comment on the "why" you've been disapproved, but you can always submit another site.

      It's best to have at least 7 to 10 pages of quality, unique articles written by native English writers.

      Mike.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ant B
      Site 6 months old or more, quality content, fully compliment with their terms and conditions (read them, read them again a and make sure you understand them) and you are good to go.
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    • Profile picture of the author cbnet
      Does the Google has any criteria regarding kind of traffic (organic?) & average no. visitors per day for giving adsense approval
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    • Profile picture of the author shalwan
      you need to provide unique content.
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    • Profile picture of the author cbnet
      Does the Google has any criteria regarding kind of traffic (organic?) & average no. visitors per day for giving adsense approval.
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    • Profile picture of the author vaital
      I got mine approved through my blogger account after reading someone else's experience of doing so.
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  • Profile picture of the author ATL
    Banned
    I just applied for my adsense account and received an email saying they did a partial review. I can start putting ad code on my site but they have to make a final decision before i am fully approved. Are there any tips to get this final approval? and fast?
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    • Profile picture of the author fortony
      Just wait. They will give their final approval (or possibly rejection) soon from my experience. If they like what they see on the site, they will approve. If you need to make changes, it is probably too late.
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    • Profile picture of the author ATL
      Banned
      They did the first review of my site in one hour. I immediately put the adsense code up on my site so hopefully they like what the see.
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    • Profile picture of the author Weedy92
      Give them a second, also make sure you have a quality site, add some more content during that time frame if you feel you need to..
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    • Profile picture of the author ATL
      Banned
      Thanks Weedy92
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    • Profile picture of the author Ant B
      Probably a good idea to add something new while they are reviewing. Make it good quality, show them that the site is active and that you are publishing good content.
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    • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
      Normally, the final review is based on the type and location of traffic that comes to your site.

      It's meant to checkmate invalid click.
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    • Profile picture of the author attacante
      Don't change any layout or existing post during final review, it will shows that your site isn't completed yet. Just keep posting like usual
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    • Profile picture of the author irshad321
      Just wait, after few days they will finally approve or disapprove your site. You can read this adsense approval tips.
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      • Profile picture of the author ATL
        Banned
        Ok. I hope it doesn't take forever
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  • Profile picture of the author webn
    I got my adsense approved more than 1 year ago. In the mean time all my sites were down for some months. When the site came to live online again, I found google stopped displaying adsense ads on the site. Logging into the account, i found the reason-"blank page ad displaying" - similar like this. Thats ok.

    Now, as I didn't yet verify my account, so, google told me to do that. I'm in the process of that. My question is in this situation do I need to preserve the domain that I used to verify my account? My domain is expiring.


    Thank you
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    • Profile picture of the author tofrar
      I dont have the same website anymore that I did use first when I verify my account. Still I have add more website with no problem
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      • Profile picture of the author webn
        Originally Posted by tofrar View Post

        I dont have the same website anymore that I did use first when I verify my account. Still I have add more website with no problem
        Hi tofrar, logically it should be ok. I thought so. But, as I didn't verify my account so I was concerned.
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  • Profile picture of the author mkarmocha
    Hi Senior warriors,

    It is been several times that i had been trying to get google adsense approval but every time i am getting rejection.

    I would appreciate if anyone look at my website Free Online tutorials and resources related to Magento, CSS 3.0, HTML 5, Jquery, Ajax, Java, Wordpress development and provide me professional feedback about its lacking or anything that matters to get approval.

    Many thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author K Mec
      It seems ok. What is the age of your domain?
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by mkarmocha View Post

      Hi Senior warriors,

      It is been several times that i had been trying to get google adsense approval but every time i am getting rejection.

      I would appreciate if anyone look at my website Free Online tutorials and resources related to Magento, CSS 3.0, HTML 5, Jquery, Ajax, Java, Wordpress development and provide me professional feedback about its lacking or anything that matters to get approval.

      Many thanks.

      No Privacy Policy (strike one).

      Google/Adsense knows 100% that you didn't read the Adsense TOS that you already agreed to (If you applied for Adsense) otherwise you would have a Privacy Policy on your site before you applied for Adsense.

      This isn't rocket surgery.
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    • Profile picture of the author kaytav
      Yes... you're applying everytime without a Privacy policy. That tells Google that you just wanna earn money and have very little knowledge
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    • Profile picture of the author Hansons
      Yes, you need to create privacy policy on your site first if you are going to apply for Adsense..

      Also, make sure that all the content is unique, they are indexed well, getting some visitors from search engines.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tyler S
      You need a privacy policy as said above, also make sure you aren't doing anything suspicious that Google might flag. This would mean your site would never be accpeted for adsense.
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    • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
      I contribute a lot in the Adsense help forums; it will probably not get approved. It will be considered just another one of a zillion tech blogs. They are just not approving them any more.
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  • Profile picture of the author bbomega
    Hi guys,

    I'm trying to get this website (www.usmedics.org) into the Adsense program and it's has been rejected:

    Hello,

    Thank you for your interest in Google AdSense. Unfortunately, after examining your application, we can not currently accept the AdSense program.

    We could not approve your application for the reasons given below.

    Issues
    - Site does not comply with Google policies

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    Can you plese provide some hints on what to change at the website or what may be the rejection issue?



    Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author simplyben
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      I'll be honest, the content is garbage. That is the very first sentence that I read on the site.
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      • Profile picture of the author elroses
        my adsense disaprov. help iam newbie
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  • Profile picture of the author Todd702
    I got my adsense account approved but only for YouTube and blogpost/blogger. Is it possible to use a friends website (already adsense approved) or a way to rent a website that has traffic to get my adsense account approved for host sites?

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author Niroshana Tharu
      As I know you can place Google ads on websites if those websites has nothing against Google TOS (I' have done that and had no problem) so it's important to make sure those websites are ready to place adsense and you may require to have a privacy policy page on every website before placing ads since you have mentioned "only for YouTube and blogpost/blogger" I'm not sure if Google has restricted placing ads on other sites instead of blogpost/blogger sites, in that case best thing to do is contact Google support and ask, so you'll have no issue in the future.
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    • Profile picture of the author LogoDesign4u
      Hi, I think you can use it. tell me your website.
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    • Profile picture of the author Hrkjds
      Yes, you can use. But follow adsense's terms and conditions..
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      • Profile picture of the author Todd702
        Thanks everyone. Just wanted to make sure. Want to do everything by their rules and try to earn a few extra pennies while doing something that I love.

        My site is not up yet, fitnessbytodd. I am a certified personal trainer and wanted to make a blog site teaching proper fitness exercises for any level.
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    • Profile picture of the author Lokahi
      On some sites like Hubpages, you can link your Adsense account to show ads. But you'll need to let Google Adsense know what you are doing and then verify the site has permission to run your ads via the Adsense control panel.
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  • Profile picture of the author theillitist
    I manage an online video games magazine called http://www.illgaming.in

    We have been running this domain since more than an year (15 months).
    We publish content regularly.
    All our content is unique.

    Yet, I've applied to AdSense more than 10 times and have always been rejected for the same reason all the time, which is:

    "Site does not comply with Google policies"

    I have tried all forms of troubleshooting from the official Google threads, but to no success.

    Please help.
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    • Profile picture of the author flipfire
      Have you had a AdSense account before?

      Regards,

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      • Profile picture of the author theillitist
        Most images are mashed up photoshops
        OR
        Image sent directly by publishers as assets to use in posts.

        I think some old posts have images taken from Google Image Search. But these posts are about an year old.
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      • Profile picture of the author theillitist
        Also, what do you mean by saying:
        "Plus, its a review site"

        PS: Only 5% of our articles are reviews.
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    • Profile picture of the author allegandro
      Easy solution, start a simple Google blog, post 5-6 articles about something in the next 4 weeks. Then ask for approval on that blog. You will be approved and you can use the code also on other websites.
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      • Profile picture of the author theillitist
        allegandro, thanks for your suggestion.

        By Google Blog, you mean start a blog on Blogspot?
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        • Profile picture of the author allegandro
          Originally Posted by theillitist View Post

          allegandro, thanks for your suggestion.

          By Google Blog, you mean start a blog on Blogspot?
          http://www.blogger.com it's a Google product
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          • Profile picture of the author fortony
            I am not sure it is a good idea to get a account with another blog first. If they have rejected you that many times, you must be doing something wrong. Putting the code on the site that got rejected would certainly put you in a lot of danger of losing your account.

            I have no idea what it could be. Make sure you have covered all the obvious stuff like a contact us and privacy policy page. My experience has been that Adsense approval is easy.
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            • Profile picture of the author theillitist
              Contact Us and Privacy Policy pages do exist, FYI.
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    • Profile picture of the author Hrkjds
      As Google is rejecting your site saying "Site does not comply with Google policies" then obviously there is something that is wrong on your site. Read their policy carefully. We can just suggest you that only. BTW, your site looks good.
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      • Profile picture of the author theillitist
        Thanks. Well we are a good website, people do dig our content.

        It really sucks that we cant monetize it. This Google Adsense approval thing is consuming my brain!
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  • Profile picture of the author danchito
    Please i need help on how to get google adsense approval. My blog is more than six month and is now PR 1 on google. I write original content and always check my content with copyscape before publishing it. I have a privacy policy at the button and also have contact us at the top of my blog. My blog content is on how to make money online, technology, blogging tips, seo, business and tech stuff. The last time i applied they told me my blog did not meet their policy requirement. Am confused on what again is their policy i did not meet.

    Please i will be so grateful to you if you give me a solution to this, thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by danchito View Post

      Please i need help on how to get google adsense approval. My blog is more than six month and is now PR 1 on google. I write original content and always check my content with copyscape before publishing it. I have a privacy policy at the button and also have contact us at the top of my blog. My blog content is on how to make money online, technology, blogging tips, seo, business and tech stuff. The last time i applied they told me my blog did not meet their policy requirement. Am confused on what again is their policy i did not meet.

      Please i will be so grateful to you if you give me a solution to this, thanks
      Lol, If you write your content why are you checking your own content with Copyscape?

      Don't you trust yourself?
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    • Profile picture of the author danchito
      i mean the guest post submitted to me for approval, i always check them with copyscape. My blog is hxxp://www.moniways.com
      Help me check to see is there is anything i need to do or add to it to get approval
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
      Banned
      1. The Chitika text ads look like Adsense, which is against the Adsense TOS.
      2. Half the page is Chitika ads.
      3. Facebook popup.
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      • Profile picture of the author danchito
        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        1. The Chitika text ads look like Adsense, which is against the Adsense TOS.
        2. Half the page is Chitika ads.
        3. Facebook popup.
        Thanks for your help, am so grateful.
        I normally remove all the ads on my blog before i apply but i dont remove the facebook pop up. I dont know its against their policy. I will remove the pop up and the ads and apply again, thanks once again.
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    • Profile picture of the author rockypoint
      I agree- delete the ads and the pop up - the keeping working on your blog and wait for approval.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mybloggertricks
    Hello Dears,

    I have a blog hosted at godady server about blogger plugin, blogger widgets, dropdown menu and about Windows tips. When i submit request for Adsense approval i got a reply like this.

    Issue:
    site does not comply with our policy

    anyone can help me.

    here is my blog url

    hxxp://www.myblogger-tricks.com
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    • Profile picture of the author ElusiveEnd
      Try removing the Yahoo advertisements and submit your application again.
      I know Google can be a bit shady in the terms when it comes to other contextual ads, or ads that look similar to Adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author vicke4
    Hi all,

    I have a .blogspot domain and yet to apply for Google adsense.

    Is it possible to get adsense approval with .blogspot domain or

    should I buy a custom domain to be approved by adsense??
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    • Profile picture of the author OptiLocal
      Yes, it is absolutely possible to apply for Google Adsense with a .blogspot domain
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    • Profile picture of the author jacklinTH
      Yeah definitely you will be approve by adsense they are under same company, on my experience my blog now which I bought already with domain it all started with blogspot subdomain, If you have a good traffic, good content, good blog arragement, after few months you will be approved. Mine takes 4 months,
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    • Profile picture of the author Stefan Shields
      It is always better to have your own blog/site but Google look kindly on Blogspot so you should have a great chance of being approved as long as everything is above board.
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      • Profile picture of the author vmb2013
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        • Profile picture of the author paulgl
          So much misinformation....getting a domain and wp just shows you
          can pay over the internet. What magic is there in that?

          Makes no difference whether it's blogspot or joe blow's site on
          any platform.

          What matters is where you live, the history of your site, the value
          of your site, tos, etc.

          Only google knows the answer to your question.

          Like google is going to love wp over blogspot...sure...
          has nothing to do with adsense approval.

          Paul
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          If you were disappointed in your results today, lower your standards tomorrow.

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    • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
      Sure you can get an adsense account for blogspot like Paul said but
      your country of residence and other information are going to determine whether you
      will be considered by Google AdSense or not.

      It's important to know that you will make more money if you get your own site and design it
      the right way for high conversion while offering valuable information.
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    • Profile picture of the author michlejeff21
      Things to consider before applying adsense
      1. domain should be 6 month old at lest.
      2. Unique content
      3. No Stuffing
      4. user friendly design
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      • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
        Originally Posted by michlejeff21 View Post

        1. domain should be 6 month old at lest.
        WTF?
        Originally Posted by cbpayne View Post

        Where do people get so much nonsense from or did you just make it up?.
        Domain age has NOTHING to do with it, unless you are from those couple of countries that produce the vast majority of the crap sites.
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