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Why would Google reject an adsense request?

lunatunes
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Why would Google reject an adsense request?

lunatunes wrote:Sorry to interupt your thread Amroch but now this has me worried.
I didn't know that you needed permission to have adsense on your site.
I thought if you wanted to build an adsense site you just built it and that was it.
What do they mean by, they dont accept sites devoted to programs which compensate users for clicking on ads?
I see sites all the time whos content is nothing but adsense.

Does that mean that if I build a content site, I may or may not be able to put adsense on it.
I must be missing something here

Thanks,
Randy


I thought It would be best to start my own thread on this.

What would be a reason that Google would deny adsense?
Yesterday night after doing a bunch more research I finally came up with a
website topic. It is going to be a content site that I would monetize with
adsense. Its going to be a B2B site.

Do I have a reason to be concerned?
And what about those sites where all you see is adsense. If that's not a site
devoted to adsense then I dont know what is.

Thanks,
Randy
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chatyak86
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lunatunes wrote:
lunatunes wrote:Sorry to interupt your thread Amroch but now this has me worried.
I didn't know that you needed permission to have adsense on your site.
I thought if you wanted to build an adsense site you just built it and that was it.
What do they mean by, they dont accept sites devoted to programs which compensate users for clicking on ads?
I see sites all the time whos content is nothing but adsense.

Does that mean that if I build a content site, I may or may not be able to put adsense on it.
I must be missing something here

Thanks,
Randy


I thought It would be best to start my own thread on this.

What would be a reason that Google would deny adsense?
Yesterday night after doing a bunch more research I finally came up with a
website topic. It is going to be a content site that I would monetize with
adsense. Its going to be a B2B site.

Do I have a reason to be concerned?
And what about those sites where all you see is adsense. If that's not a site
devoted to adsense then I dont know what is.

Thanks,
Randy


I am not an expert on adsense so I will let Mark handle this one. Sorry Randy!

My only suggestion is to just build a site with plain articles, nothing else, no affiliate links etc... and then apply for adsense.

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lunatunes
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No problem :)
Thats what the whole silo thing is all about isn't it?

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lunatunes wrote:No problem :)
Thats what the whole silo thing is all about isn't it?

Randy


Ugh,, sort of. Siloing is the proper structuring/categorizing of your website's content..... it doesn't mean just a content site. Is that what you mean?

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lunatunes
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I'm not sure....lol

I just read something a while back about not putting any adsense on your
site right away. I thought it was Heflin that was talking about it.
I read the plan and understand the site structure thing.

I have an entire site in my head right now built around the whole B2B topics
and I know I could build it into a huge site. The thing is adsense would be
the hieght of its monitization and what a bummer for a newbie to build his
first site and then have one of the cornerstones removed.

Like you said, maybe Mark or someone else can chime in on this.

Thanks,
Randy
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lunatunes wrote:I'm not sure....lol

I just read something a while back about not putting any adsense on your
site right away. I thought it was Heflin that was talking about it.
I read the plan and understand the site structure thing.

I have an entire site in my head right now built around the whole B2B topics
and I know I could build it into a huge site. The thing is adsense would be
the hieght of its monitization and what a bummer for a newbie to build his
first site and then have one of the cornerstones removed.

Like you said, maybe Mark or someone else can chime in on this.

Thanks,
Randy


If you build a good site full of content (and only content) it is highly unlikely that your adsense request will be denied.

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lunatunes
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Oh Thank you .......A ray of hope...LOL

I'm excited about the site I have chosen. Not only do I think it will
do fairly well but my goal is for it to be a good quality site.

Not only that but I'm finally going to be... STARTING A SITE!!!!!!

Can you hear that............I think I hear birds singing.....lol

Thanks Adrian,
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lunatunes wrote:Oh Thank you .......A ray of hope...LOL

I'm excited about the site I have chosen. Not only do I think it will
do fairly well but my goal is for it to be a good quality site.

Not only that but I'm finally going to be... STARTING A SITE!!!!!!

Can you hear that............I think I hear birds singing.....lol

Thanks Adrian,
Randy


Your welcome, Also, if this is your first application to adsense you should be approved. Just build a nice quality site, then apply for adsense later. You might want to consider learning how to add a piece of code to your site that you can put adsense into.

What I mean by this is,......... You have your site all finished.... say on 30 - 60 pages worth? Instead of inserting adsense onto every single page, you just insert it into this file.... and it is displayed across the entire site. This is called an "include file". If you need help with that let us know.

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lunatunes
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Much appreciated :D
It will be a while but that certainly sounds like the rought to go.

Now I just need to decide which web builder I will use. It's either going to
be Namo Web Editor or Design DashBoard.
I have them both.

Thanks,
Randy
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Yep, unless you give google a proper reason, they aren't going to stop you from making them money!

For example, if you had text all over your site that said: "Click the ads and I'll love you forever", google would probably not give you permission to add adsense, because they don't allow you to tell people to click on the ads.

You should be right, unless you try something dodgy :)
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sean06 wrote: "Click the ads and I'll love you forever"


That's funny......can you you imagine that being your header!

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amroch
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lunatunes wrote:
lunatunes wrote:Sorry to interupt your thread Amroch but now this has me worried.
I didn't know that you needed permission to have adsense on your site.
I thought if you wanted to build an adsense site you just built it and that was it.
What do they mean by, they dont accept sites devoted to programs which compensate users for clicking on ads?
I see sites all the time whos content is nothing but adsense.

Does that mean that if I build a content site, I may or may not be able to put adsense on it.
I must be missing something here

Thanks,
Randy



I applied for an Adsense account for my web site. The site as I described in another thread is all about Manual Directory Submission Services. And this is the first time ever that I applied for an Adsense account for any web site.

Google rejected my application. The reason they gave is this -



My reply was this -



Google Adsense Team replied me back. this is what they have to say -



So, that's the whole story. I am also confused why Google rejected my application when others in the same trade have Adsense going on their sites.

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Amroch wrote:
lunatunes wrote:
lunatunes wrote:Sorry to interupt your thread Amroch but now this has me worried.
I didn't know that you needed permission to have adsense on your site.
I thought if you wanted to build an adsense site you just built it and that was it.
What do they mean by, they dont accept sites devoted to programs which compensate users for clicking on ads?
I see sites all the time whos content is nothing but adsense.

Does that mean that if I build a content site, I may or may not be able to put adsense on it.
I must be missing something here

Thanks,
Randy



I applied for an Adsense account for my web site. The site as I described in another thread is all about Manual Directory Submission Services. And this is the first time ever that I applied for an Adsense account for any web site.

Google rejected my application. The reason they gave is this -



My reply was this -



Google Adsense Team replied me back. this is what they have to say -



So, that's the whole story. I am also confused why Google rejected my application when others in the same trade have Adsense going on their sites.

Amroch


I think it's a hit and miss. They rejected my site too so dont' feel bad :)

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My account was stagnant for about 6 months, when I went to try and login again they told me it had been cancelled. But then I just emailed them again and they got it opened up for me.

I honestly don't know why they do these things. Sometimes it doesn't seem that consistent.
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Amroch, Thanks for posting all that. That is really messed up in my opinion.

They say that they will not disclose any additional details of their relationship with other sites.
Thats fine. But why cant they disclose the details of their relation ship with you.
They said that based on their review process, they felt that your site does
not currently meet the program requirements.
Why cant they tell you which one of those requirements your site does not meet.
Maybe you could write back and ask in a tactful humble way, which one or
more of the requirements are you not meeting and also
if you have the option of then meeting those requirements and then reapplying.

Could we see the website?

Thanks,

Randy
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amroch
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lunatunes wrote:Amroch, Thanks for posting all that. That is really messed up in my opinion.

They say that they will not disclose any additional details of their relationship with other sites.
Thats fine. But why cant they disclose the details of their relation ship with you.
They said that based on their review process, they felt that your site does
not currently meet the program requirements.
Why cant they tell you which one of those requirements your site does not meet.
Maybe you could write back and ask in a tactful humble way, which one or
more of the requirements are you not meeting and also
if you have the option of then meeting those requirements and then reapplying.

Could we see the website?

Thanks,

Randy


I don't think Google is going to say anymore than they have already said. So I have decided not to push things any further with this particular issue as far as Google is concerned. I would rather follow Mark's advice and concentrate on some good Affiliate programs which may be suitable for the site topic.

I am currently doing some makeovers, I will surely let you see the web site when I am done.

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lunatunes
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I hope it all works out for you Amroch :)

Blessings,
Randy
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