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Minimum posts for Adsense and Blogspot

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by tech4816, Dec 30, 2014.

  1. tech4816

    tech4816 Junior Member

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    I recently applied for adsense through blogger, it has 10 posts. Small but above 400 words. Got rejected due to insufficient content. Replaced those post with long articles related to blogging niche. Some are above 1k words, will I get approved this time or get rejected.
     
  2. EKNADC

    EKNADC Registered Member

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    Unique content you created yourself or duplicated content?
     
  3. touchmyseo

    touchmyseo Newbie

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    Give Google the time to crawl your blog. It probably thinks you have less posts than you really have.
     
  4. hmeister

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    Insufficient content could be a 'catch all' for dupe content or your site looking like it is made for adsense (MFA).
    10 post with 400 words each would usually be enough.
     
  5. tech4816

    tech4816 Junior Member

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    I am having 12 posts with 800 words each some are above 1k words. Is that enough?
     
  6. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    The first time I applied for Adsense, I was also rejected because my blog had insufficient content. This is a simplified version of what I did to ensure that I got approved the second time:
    • I waited until my blog was 6 months old
    • I created over 100 posts and pages with unique content.
    • I added a privacy policy (as well as other legal information such as a TOS, copyright notice, and an antispam policy)
    • I added a sitemap
    • I added a contact page
    • I submitted my site to Google Webmaster Tools
    • I removed any ads from other networks (especially affiliate networks)
    • I completed any incomplete pages

    From what I understand, there really isn't a "minimum" number of pages you need to get accepted into the Adsense program. Some people will tell you that you need 50, 500 word posts; and others will tell you to aim for 100, 800 word posts.
     
  7. euwajama

    euwajama Newbie

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    It's not always about how many blog posts you have or how old your blog is. It is more on the completeness of your site. Do you have TOS, Privacy Policy, Original content, sitemap, etc... I hear blogger subdomains require 6 months but I am not sure since I never tried applying for adsense through blogger but if you have a top level domain it won't matter if your blog is 2 weeks old or 2 years old as long as you have all the pages that I previously mentioned. It is also better to get your site's pages indexed first before applying for adsense.
     
  8. AdamMcDonald

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    I didn't do any of these both the times I applied for AdSense (mainly because I didn't know about them) and still got approved. I had around 20 quality articles both times.
     
  9. Nagendrarao

    Nagendrarao Newbie

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    It doesn't matter how many posts you have, But make sure u have 20 well written quality posts each article of 500 words and then you ll be ready for it. Also make ensure you have decent
    traffic a minimum of 100 visitors daily