Just a suggestion. Since thw AdSense FAQ has just been updated, and because every fourth thread (and numerous questions) seem to be about AdSense, could you create a sticky thread titled something like: 'Applying for AdSense? Read this first' and link to the FAQ.
Just thinking it might save a bit of repetitive strain injury!
It's not a bad suggestion, but we'd like to keep our sticky threads to a minimum (and have most of them be revolving threads)- or else nobody really pays attention to them. We're cool with continuously linking to that new FAQ for new users- and we're also working on solutions that make it easier and more obvious for people to find help on our site. Those should be fleshed out by the end of next month.
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