Why is Google Adsense not giving detailed report regarding why we get rejected?
I'm just curious about this. I mean, I'm really eager to have my Google Adsense account, and I'm willing to fix whatever is causing the problem. However, the report along with the rejection does not point out what caused it.
yes that's the trill with google adsense, they will never tell you what article is the cause of rejection, but you will have a clue if the rejection was automated by the system or reviewed by a real person.
If the rejection happen within 24 hours of application that was automated and filtered, its easier because you will just read carefully and understand the wordings on your hubs. But if it was more than 2 days or more, its more likely a feedback from adsense expert reviewer.
Google has their own 'formula' when comes to Adsense account approval. This to ensure benefits for both the advertisers and publishers are protected. It is also suggested for those with their application rejected to continue with their good work (example to post more hubs) before trying to re-apply again.
If you read every word of the Google Adsense program policies and rules, you may find what you may have done wrong, even if it was by accident on your part. If you can't find the answer there, try asking the question in the Google Adsense help forums - be sure to check off that you want to be emailed when there is a reply to your question. There are many helpful people in the Adsense forums who may not only be able to help you pin-point what the problem is, but who may be able to offer you good advice about re-applying too.
by Crystal Tatum 3 years ago
I was rejected from Google AdSense due to insufficient content.I've only posted one hub thus far, so that makes sense, I guess, but the rejection notification said I need more complete sentences on my site. I'm confused. I'm definitely writing in complete sentences! Can anyone advise? Thanks.
by Lovina57 8 years ago
Does anyone know what makes a google adsense application get rejected? / accepted.. ?
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by chenmikehk 9 years ago
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by Poppy 4 years ago
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by Ask TeTe 5 years ago
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