Saturday, February 27, 2010

AdSense Rejected..!! End of the Road..??

This again is straight case of not adhering to Google adsense guide lines. When Google reviews your application for Adsense, they check to see if you first meet the Terms and conditions put forward by them. Most of the cases for rejection are due to

- Unapproved content by adsense
- Your site must have been active for at least 6 months before you apply for AdSense.
- You must provide accurate personal information with your application that matches the information on your page.
- Your website must contain substantial, original content.
- Your site must comply with Google AdSense program policies

If you simply follow the rules put down by Google there’s no way your application will be rejected. But due Google’s booming adsense industry and the amount of publishers that come with it, Google has introduced some new policies... Like the fact that your website must be up for at least six months just twists up the tale. Doesn’t sound fair to new comers does it..!?! But that’s how things are gonna be around with Google Adsense now on.

Well another thing is if you were rejected once already by Adsense the chances of you getting in again are very slim. I still haven’t heard about people who have had their Adsense application accepted after having more go at it after it was first rejected. Google usually sends as to why your application was not accepted, so then first of all try to address these issues and then after some time I’m sure your able to re-apply again, but whether you make it or not is completely in Google’s hands. But remember not to overdo it, you’ll do more damage than good that way.

So when applying for AdSense for the first time make sure to have a clean, healthy and especially Adsense TOS supportive web pages. If there TOS rules are not met your site is sure not to get it. So then after your site is up, wait 6 months before monetizing it with Google Adsense, build good network of traffic for your site during that time. Create more quality content for your site.

P.S – If you tried all this but still no action from Google Adsense, read my blog post on “AdSense Banned” under “Solutions” title for other alternative methods to monetize your blog other than Google AdSense.

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