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Why is adsense rejecting new applicants ?

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by aaafour, Dec 1, 2008.

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    A friend of mine had posted only one article written and applied for adsense and was rejected. Earlier I did same and I got the adsense account. What may the reason.:confused:
    SEMrush
     
    aaafour, Dec 1, 2008 IP
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  2. ms2134

    ms2134 Well-Known Member

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    Since i am not a member of staff at Google, i cannot really comment on there behalf.

    But i believe that it may either be by mistake, or that they are looking into cleaning some of their clients to make room for more... Or that... They are using their time to track down fraudsters...

    ~ Mike
     
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    esidyo Peon

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    Even my friends application got rejected :(
     
    esidyo, Dec 1, 2008 IP
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    Dude nowadays they are rejecting 10 out of 6 applications which was submitted with complete information and all were legit sites and specially they are rejecting sites from Asian and African Countries because most of the frauds came from these sides.....

    If you want to get green signal from Adsense. Put atleast 10 Unique Posts with good stuff get atleast 50 visitors a day and then apply for adsense..It will for sure help
     
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    lycos Well-Known Member

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    Content is different so probably yours has been deemed more informative and got the account approved. But that could be also a mistake on their part. Usually it's at least few pages of decent content for the application to go through.
     
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    venturefox Notable Member

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    You answered you're own question really, I'm glad to see Adsense is being a bit more choosy with who they accept. One article is hardly likely to achieve much traffic on a new website. You need to have useful content and volume to impress whoever reviews the site. The simple answer is your friend needs to add more content.
     
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    They may be starting to clamp down on people who want an Adsense account.

    They did this a few years ago but they started to approve more people later on.
     
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    One of My Blog has got more than 100 posts in the last 4 months.. still they rejected my account without a proper reason... I do not understand them..
     
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    DJD Well-Known Member

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    Maybe it is because you live in India and 50% or more of click fraud and click rings come from your country.
     
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    Mostly depends on website applied with.
     
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    You can still get in through the backdoor with sites like hubpages.
     
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    koan Well-Known Member

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    Lol. There you go. How about creating, I don't know, a real web site?
     
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    ms2134 Well-Known Member

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    Some people are lucky with their submissions; others are nt.

    I am a client of Adsense and publish websites ads for then.

    I am working on a new website over the few months and new year.

    Mike
     
    ms2134, Dec 20, 2008 IP
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    tjsocr22 Active Member

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    They also might be just saving a bit of money trying to keep current ads more profitable during the recession. If I were them though I would try and get as many applicants as possible so that there would be more websites with Adsense on them.
     
    tjsocr22, Dec 20, 2008 IP
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    No recently I applied for a adsense account and within about an hour I received the approval.
     
    sampathsl, Dec 20, 2008 IP
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    they'll want to go for more quality sites though so they don't get a bad reputation with advertisers.
     
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    Simple reason behind it. Google does like to protect it's paying advertisers by not allowing sites that do not fit their ideal picture. Google doesn't want to be on seen on websites that make their image look bad.
     
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    Num Lock Active Member

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    Sign up for blogger, add some content and I guarantee you wil be accepted
     
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    I DEFINITELY agree with Num Lock... he is a genius and I am too :)

    Simply because I signed up for adsense with my blogspot that I created on that day with 2 blog posts
    and I got accepted in 2 days
    hope this helps
     
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    Not all sites , Only a few .
    Nowadays , many of the sites are not approved for adsense .
    fortunately SOme site got approved within a few days ..
     
    villan, Dec 21, 2008 IP