Rejected by Google Adsense


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Mar 27, 2009
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Hi All,

Twice in a week, my application has been rejected by Google for admission into adsense. The reason has been given as this.

Thank you for your interest in Google AdSense. Unfortunately, after
reviewing your application, we're unable to accept you into Google AdSense
at this time.

We did not approve your application for the reasons listed below.


- Unacceptable site content


Further detail:

Unacceptable site content: In order to participate in Google AdSense,
publishers' websites and application information must satisfy the
following guidelines:

*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:
which include Google's webmaster quality guidelines:

I have read many threads on this forum where people have been approved for adsense only two hours after applying. I do not know what i have done wrong and what do i need to do in such case.
Hmm i was also denied but my site wasnt active for 6 months so im waiting before i re-apply.
What I've heard some people do is use a adsense revenue shared posting site like xomba as their site and get approved in like 48 hours
I got my adsense a long time ago before autoblogging came out, I got it via my blogger account... Since I have come back to make money with it because of the powers of automation and aggregation
So does that mean you could use adsense approved for one site for other sites? Any number of sites would be ok with them?

Or is there a limit on the number sites that you can use with one adsense account?

they use 1 or multiple adsense accounts that add your url to a tracking channel, you get adsense ads to put on your side they get a % of the revenue for letting you use their account
no it's your account you can use it anyware. They revshare by putting your code up 50% of the time. Just brought it up because it's easier to get adsense when using a site like this
6 months?

I applied back in November after I had had a site for like a week. It took 3-4 days to be approved, and then I had it up and running.
Not sure if Google is just giving you the runaround because they do not like the look of your site, but I applied this week with a new site that I created 3 weeks. Posted tons of original content over those three weeks. Filled out the application on Tuesday night and was accepted Wednesday morning.
is it even worth it to join adsense? six years ago it was great (made $100) but now people
are saying it doesn't pay out due to the smart pricing option.
If you make the right kind of page, adsense is awesome.

For the most part, it is indeed agreeably an afterthought.

But when you do stumble on something that consistently pays you 2 or 3 dollars per click, you know it is time to start pushing it more on that site, but also to push it to the people who click ads

Or, time to build something new but based around your little gold mine like I am doing, because in my case it's testing.
Do you have to manually get adsense approved on every site you own?

I had my first site where it was approved. Since then, I've built more sites and put it on each of them. That's not against the rules, is it?
google also loves to kill accounts for no reason.
they claim fraud, but never prove it.
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