i applied for the adsense 8-9 days ago, but not recieved any reply from google.but when i tried to login, it says unapproved application..why?
there was no message like, "your application is currently under review". Is this a problem? is my application is currently undder review or rejected?how do i know?
if it was rejected how do i resubmit application, when there is no resubmit/rejection letter is there?
google ads are currently showing in my hubs(but sometimes empty boxes !)
You will need to log in again and again. I do like that with my two account even though i said your account is underreview but if you try to log in again and again , that act like you trigger adsense to see and approved your site. I did it and approve my account in less than one day.
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I think you will receive an email fron Google AdSense soon, or perhaps it has been caught by your email filter/junk email box or something.
why is that the ads are appearing and disappearing?
is that a common behaviour ?
If you're in India, you must have owned a website for six months before Adsense will accept your application.
Unfortunately there has been such a flood of spammy sites originating from India and China, it has spoiled it for everyone else.
will they check my traffic source?
i agreed that the picture galleries are too bad... but other articles have generated more traffic from search engines(google.co.in, google.com,yahoo search).is that good ?
why dont they ban spammy sites from adsense?
Arun, think how many hundreds of people are applying for Adsense every day. Part of the process has to be automated because Google could not possibly employ enough staff to check each individual application.
Have you checked your own email spam folder in case their email has gone there?
"An AdSense account does not exist for this login, as it is associated with an unapproved application. For more information about your application, please review the message we sent to the email address you provided with your application."
this is the message i got when i tried to login
but i didnt get any message from google!
why is that?
no, its not there
iam sure there is no such message in my gmail account as there r only abt 50-60 messages in total
is there any chance for, it is under review
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