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    My AdSense Application Got Rejected Please Help!


    Is your AdSense Application getting rejected again and again? Ask our technical experts what changes you need to make in order to get your application approved.

    TricksPit.com is My Blog. What Shall I Change in My Blog?
    My AdSense Application got Rejected the 5th Time and the Details were-

    The site does not comply with Google policies: We're unable to approve your AdSense application at this time because your site does not comply with the Google AdSense program policies or adhere to the Webmaster Quality guidelines. It's our goal to provide our advertisers' sites that offer rich and meaningful content, receive organic traffic, and allow us to serve well-targeted ads to users. We believe that currently, your site does not fulfil these criteria.

    Here are some recommendations to help you improve the user experience on your site and comply with AdSense criteria:

    It's important for sites displaying Google ads to offer significant value to the user. As a publisher, you must provide unique and relevant content that gives users a reason to visit your site first.
    Don't place ads on auto-generated pages or pages with little to no original content.
    Your site should also provide a good user experience through clear navigation and organization. Users should be able to easily click through your pages and find the information they're seeking.
  • #12616
    When an application is rejected by Google, the first thing you need to do is check the email that indicates the disapproval. It contains more information on the exact reasons for disapproval.
    If your Ad Sense account is disapproved, do not fret. It is not the end of the world. You can earn money on your blog in many more ways than one. Having said that, here is how you can deal with a disapproved Google accounts.
    You can always reapply for the AdSense.
    As it appears from the communication from Google that your site does not have enough content. However, as I could check your blog, I found that it has some good articles posted on it. I would advise you to improve on the relevance of the content you are posting. Not that the articles on your site do not carry any value, however, focussing on more vibrant and viral content can be more helpful.
    Though Google does not specifically indicate the matter in clear words, it should be noted that traffic is an important aspect. Make sure your content has good traffic. There are instances where Google has approved the AdSense application of the sites that look average, but carry a huge traffic. Focussing on viral content can be a good strategy.
    Also avoid using other Ad Networks till your Google AdSense account is approved. Also change the theme of your site to a more relevant one. The information contained in the email you shared succinctly indicates it. Improving the visual appearance of your site will be a good option.
    And yes, never resubmit your application in quick succession once it is disapproved. Give yourself enough time to make improvements and reapply after at least 4 to 5 months.

    Live....and Let Live!

  • #12619
    I visited your blog recently and cross checked the detail as per your statement that was received from Google, as below;

    You have around three posts only and it is not sufficient. You need to add more posts in order to get the easy approval. Design, layout and others are simple and nice.

    The other detail for, as below;

    "offer rich and meaningful content, receive organic traffic, and allow us to serve well-targeted ads to users."

    Which clearly says meaningful content, it means your blog content or each post must be very well written with the quality and that must be very useful to the visitors' search and requirement per their keyword input result.

    Second, it says 'receive organic traffic', it means your blog or its content shall receive the daily reasonable traffic from the major search engine like a natural traffic than social or artificial one.

    The third one is, the content must be rich and unique which the AdSense and Bidder's (Advertiser's) requirement shall meet from your blog keywords / content to display their ads on your blog to generate ad click, visit and generate potential target viz. lead or sale etc.

    General note: Some of the bloggers commonly does few mistakes while applying for AdSense, one is, they won't mention their brief profile on blog, second their blog won't have enough quality content, third their blog won't have any reasonable natural traffic regularly etc. etc. thus the issue occurs while reviewing AdSense application. However, try to find out other missing points like three to six months completion of your blog and on as checklist before applying for the AdSense.

    Also, nothing to worry in case if you get rejected from AdSense again and you may apply after few weeks or months. There are other ways to earn online as well other than Google AdSense, so, learn it slowly and get it done accordingly.

    Regards,

  • #12634
    The status of this response is Pending and require some modification by the author.

    Google is increasing it's quality content criteria even to the existing publishers. So any site with the word count under 500 are getting the low quality content warnings from google. So it's natural that you are not getting approved by the team for the Google adsense account.

    Here are some of the things that you can keep in mind.

    1. Make sure to have content from 700 words and onwards.
    2. Avoid social media's clickbait articles under 400 words. That's the way to get denied from Google.
    3. Make sure your technical topics have more images and more explanation. I know not all tutorials and tips website can stretch content but you have to find your options in this case.
    4. Make sure it's quality content. In your case I can see that. Keep it up with more word count.
    5. Make sure to use the affiliate links in proportion and not use them more than 3 per article.
    6. Avoid too much social media buttons and widgets on site. That's distraction and not good for adsense site.

    Finally add around 20-50 pages of solid content. Make sure the word count is above 750+words or even 1000 words if possible. Get the organic links or social media traffic while you wait for approval. If you keep these things in mind then I am sure you'll get the approval.

    You can apply after the 6 months again.

  • #12636
    The status of this response is Pending and require some modification by the author.

    First and a very important thing you need to consider is the quality of your article. It needs to be unique, very precise and informative. It shouldn't look shabby with too much of content or pictures. Work on that. Google always looks for quality articles. Improve your writing skills and work on the design and layout.
    Second thing is traffic. You need to be very patient regarding the amount of visitors you get. You may have a viewership of 10-20 people at start but later has you post good articles/posts, it increases automatically.
    Third, wait for a period of 6 months until you're fully confident about your blogs and then apply for Google Adsense.
    Don't worry if Google rejects your application. Put more inputs and you will surely get the result.


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