Does a question that has small answer on adsense page violates Adsense TOS?

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Does a question that has small answer on adsense page violates Adsense TOS?
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Why in the world would it?
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  • Profile picture of the author gladwinforum
    No, it will not..
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  • Profile picture of the author GMD
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    Originally Posted by seo2ever View Post

    Does a question that has small answer on adsense page violates Adsense TOS?
    Would you want to give a specific example of what you're writing about?

    There must be some reason as to why you're worried about this?
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Do you mean a short answer?

      If only people knew....

      Short, to the point pages, are terrific. Not only for
      SEO, but for adsense.

      The more text and junk, the more muddled the page is.

      People have some magic numbers floating around that is
      just voodoo SEO. Why do you think yahoo answers is
      ranked?

      Now if you mean text so friggin small that you cannot read
      it, like font size of 1 or something, that would first
      violate webmaster guidelines. And, unbeknownst to tons
      of people, violation of webmaster guidelines is a violation
      of adsense TOS. The people who claim they get banned for
      no reason, probably missed that little tid bit.

      Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Someone should make a "Magic 8-ball" page that gives you 10 different answers for the same question each time you refresh the page (lol). [j/k]

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    LMAO! I searched G & found someone with an 8-ball page & running Adsense.

    hxxp://www.indra.com/8ball/front.html
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  • Profile picture of the author Nelapsi
    I think this is a glowing example of people not understanding Google wants good solid content. No where does it state a certain amount of words, I have some pages that are only 100-200 words in length and not only are they indexed but they rank extremely well for the subject matter (and this is without any backlinks made by me, not sure if users have because I don't care).
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    • Profile picture of the author seo2ever
      Thanks all I asked this question because Adsense sometimes reject applications due to little content!
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    • Profile picture of the author seo2ever
      Originally Posted by Nelapsi View Post

      I think this is a glowing example of people not understanding Google wants good solid content. No where does it state a certain amount of words, I have some pages that are only 100-200 words in length and not only are they indexed but they rank extremely well for the subject matter (and this is without any backlinks made by me, not sure if users have because I don't care).
      Thanks for your replay, what if I have lots of pages each with 100 words of content?
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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        People misread google. It's not little content. You can have
        a one page site that answers a question. It's about junk
        content.

        People take this and put 100 junk articles up, still get
        rejected, and swear they have a bunch of unique
        content. Hardly matters.

        "Not enough content" means not enough worthwhile
        content, not "amount of any" content.

        Paul
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        • Profile picture of the author seo2ever
          Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

          People misread google. It's not little content. You can have
          a one page site that answers a question. It's about junk
          content.

          People take this and put 100 junk articles up, still get
          rejected, and swear they have a bunch of unique
          content. Hardly matters.

          "Not enough content" means not enough worthwhile
          content, not "amount of any" content.

          Paul
          Thanks paul, I understand now that the most important is the quality of the content not the quantity.
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