My blog rejected from adsense.

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I know is hard.

A lot of people told me ...

good content ...

so what is content like?

my blog is more on marketing...aka banners of PTC websites...advertisments..
#adsense #blog #rejected
  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by Devilfish168 View Post

    my blog is more on marketing...aka banners of PTC websites...advertisments..
    If that's not the only problem, it's probably the biggest problem.

    Build a real site, not an IM site targeting IMers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Moneymaker2012
    Along with content you should also have a large number of traffic to your site,
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by Moneymaker2012 View Post

      Along with content you should also have a large number of traffic to your site,
      I seriously doubt Google is counting traffic on new Adsense applications/sites. How would Google know your traffic volume before Adsense was on the site?
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      • Profile picture of the author jxam69
        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        I seriously doubt Google is counting traffic on new Adsense applications/sites. How would Google know your traffic volume before Adsense was on the site?
        Actually part of the approval process is to put the code on your site and then Google gets a sample of the traffic over 24 to 72 hours - it's only after that's done that your application is approved.

        At least that was the case the last time I made an application over a year ago.
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        • Profile picture of the author yukon
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          Originally Posted by jxam69 View Post

          Actually part of the approval process is to put the code on your site and then Google gets a sample of the traffic over 24 to 72 hours - it's only after that's done that your application is approved.
          I'm sure OP never made it far enough in the application process to get the Adsense code placed on his site (forum thread title). I doubt Google knows/cares about OPs traffic volume.

          I can only imagine the site is an IM affiliate spamfest for anything/everything (OP comment below).

          Originally Posted by Devilfish168 View Post

          my blog is more on marketing...aka banners of PTC websites...advertisments..
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  • Profile picture of the author HeadStartSEO
    Adsense approval is so easy with YouTube.
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    • Profile picture of the author submitinme
      Had you mentioned your website here, I'd have given you a more personalized solution.
      Nowadays it's actually difficult to get Google adsense partnership. But here are a few things that would help.
      1. Have at least 25 unique quality content
      2. Good design is important. Google values good user experience
      3. Have an about us and contact us page. Contact form is a must
      4. Mention your privacy policy clearly
      5. Having a sitemap will help
      7. Clearly mention copyright policies
      9. More importantly, you should have a good number of organic visits.
      10. Have a responsive design.
      Send the request again. Hope your request will be accepted.
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    • Profile picture of the author markowe
      Originally Posted by HeadStartSEO View Post

      Adsense approval is so easy with YouTube.
      Surely not, you have to have a video with a high number of views, don't you? At least it used to be the case...
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      Who says you can't earn money as an eBay affiliate any more? My stats say otherwise

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  • Profile picture of the author kindarthur
    Good content should be 100% unique from others and must be a real one too which will be created relevant to your niche. Also content should attract the viewers.
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  • Profile picture of the author markowe
    In 99% of cases of people getting refused for Adsense, the reasons can be succinctly summed up by the simple explanation: the site is a pile of poo. I imagine that is the case here.
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    Who says you can't earn money as an eBay affiliate any more? My stats say otherwise

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  • Profile picture of the author Annie15
    What was the message you got back from Google? "Insufficient Content"?? Your site should have a lot of information about some topics. Only after that Google can display relevant ads on your pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author bermuda
    Build a website for people, and not a portal that will quickly reveal you have launched it to make it monetized. A ton of websites have already joined AdSense and Google is pretty good at noticing quickly why new websites apply for inclusion, their admins want to make money so they would artificially build low-quality pages for ads to show up. Write compelling contents, if needed even use professional copywriting services to prove your website deserves to become a candidate for Google AdSense program.
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