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AdSense approved + change domain after registration

Discussion in 'Adsense' started by blazinec, Apr 21, 2017.

  1. blazinec

    blazinec Newbie

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    Hello all AdSense pro's , I have a question about process of registration. Do you have any experience when you create a new AdSense account with some domain, and after approval, you use different domain with totally different content than niche used for registration - according to my experience, they do not like it pretty much and I suppose there is some kind of additional check for a new domain after PIN verification.. Any experience?
     
  2. robertign0

    robertign0 Newbie

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    You can place the ads on additional domain as long as you keep the old one and you follow the adsense rules on the new (original content, not using fake traffic,no click jacking scripts...etc) you should be fine.
    Personally i have one Adsense account which was approved on one domain, but the domain has expired so i just moved the ads to a new domain, so far (2 months) it's fine, but it doesn't mean they can't disable the account, i just took the risk.
     
  3. MisterF

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    This is an old method I guess you have borrowed an aged website and used that as your application site ?
    If that is the case, you'll need to use your own sites for your own adsense. If you have used your own site to get the approval, then keep adsense on there and then also use any new sites you build. You might be better waiting until the account is fully approved, PIN verified and you have got it all sorted.
     
  4. blazinec

    blazinec Newbie

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    Nothing from above - traffic is clean, content is original, just the replacement domain does not have 50 or 100 posts as the one used for approval, it's more like a tool with (according to us) sufficient content and useful functions - which probably would not pass initial AdSense approval process due to volume of written text, but I see hundreds tools with just a few words / good functions (conversions, calculator etc) and living for years..
     
  5. blazinec

    blazinec Newbie

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    I would not say these
    I would not say borrowed - the domain is AdSense account owner's property, but AdSense approval is totally insane today, and their bots do not respect tools with hundreds of man-hours of work and good value, but they appreciate only large sum of written content. Initial website used for approval will make some money in a long term, but you are right this is similar case as borrowed domain name and then putting ad code to a different website, owned by me. Note that domain has WHOIS hidden
     
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    i want to adsense account, please help me how to get it?