Google Adsense

When i started blogging few years back i created a blog tried working on some few things in the newly created blog after weeks of working non stop trying to make the blog good looking and concluded within me that “yes google must accept this one” i applied but was rejected, yeah i was woefully rejected even with the amount of effort put in the blog. I read the rejection message send to my mail over and over again trying to get where i wasn’t doing it right but i never did because i didn’t want to, i gave up on adsense. It was of recent i came across that message and read it again with an open mind wanting to really get where i really did or wasn’t doing right which gave birth to this post which will serve as a guideline to upcoming and ambitious bloggers

Popular Reasons Why Google Will Reject Your Adsense Application

Insufficient content: the saying ”content is king” comes in play, indeed content is king i usually take light of this or dont care about my content but it has a very vital role to play in your bid for google adsense. to be approved for AdSense and show relevant ads on your site, your pages need to have enough text on them which will be review by our specialist: yes this was one of my claws back then i wasn’t having up to 5 post on my blog before applying for adsense this was my number one slack. You must have good and many interesting article in your blog before google approves your request, to broaden this atleast 50 post will do but this dosnt guarantee you adsense.
Copy and paste goons: ” Your content should contain complete sentences and paragraphs, not only headlines” all the content in my blog was copy and paste from other website without editing and given credit to the original writer, all i do was copy and paste, which left me wondering then how google got to know there weren’t original contents. “maybe there saw me doing the copy and paste” so i thought, try out of 5 post a day 3 should be original and unique content writen by you.

Also Read: How To Write Good and Lengthy Post On A Niche You Know Little or Nothing About

If you must copy give credit to any blog you copy contents from or read from their blog and construct your own post but still give credit

Broken links: As much as this affect your readers it also slim your change of geting adsense approval yes am writen out of expirience. Ensure that your website is fully built and launched before you apply for AdSense – do not apply while your site’s still in a beta or “under construction” phase or only consists of a website template. all i wanted was adsense in my blog without checking out broken links. my about page was leading to 404 error page no privacy policy, no contact us no good navigation system if at all there where there there all where broken links, don’t make this mistake it counts

hope you learn from this…….
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