Does anyone know why google adsense would disaprove an application?

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  1. collinmorrison profile image60
    collinmorrisonposted 8 years ago

    Does anyone know why google adsense would disaprove an application?

    I am having trouble getting my ad program in place. I read that they do not allow ads on any site featuring gambling and I had a few hubs published on poker. I think this may be the problem so I have taken them down and I will apply again. I am just wondering if anyone has had similar problems getting adsense setup?

  2. puter_dr profile image83
    puter_drposted 8 years ago

    Do you have any other sites with your writing on them that have been up for a while? Google seems to look for a history of decent writing before approving. Your mileage may vary, but give it time, and keep writing good content and eventually you will get an approval.

    1. collinmorrison profile image60
      collinmorrisonposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I am very new to internet marketing and article marketing. I have a few articles on other sites and my own domain. I did not realize that it was difficult to get approved. I guess I just need to add more valuable content and work on my own domain.

  3. Rawila profile image61
    Rawilaposted 8 years ago

    if you doesn't follow their  rules.may be just write nice ,captivating hubs and wait for a few months it will work.

  4. tnvrstar profile image71
    tnvrstarposted 8 years ago

    Looking at your profile I noticed that you are just 6 days old user. I highly recommend you to apply after 1-2 months.(Don't stop writing! During this 1-2 months you must keep writing). Google usually prefer 6 months old domain.

    Firstly, you should know that it is extremely difficult to get a new adsense account, especially if you are not from countries like US, Canada, UK or Australia.

    Secondly, Often it becomes difficult to approve an adsense application by using Hubpages. In Hubpages you have got a sub domain but you don't have enough control to prove that it belongs to you. That means you would fail to verify your domain ownership (if they ask for it).

    What should you do if they don't accept your request from Hubpages?
    You need to start blogging. Google will approve you for sure if you have a 6 month old blog with decent contain. If you can get a blog with Page rank 1 that meets Google Terms and condition, they are definitely going to approve your application. Then you can integrate your adsense account in Hubpages to share revenue. In this case you will also earn revenue from your Blog which will boost your earnings because of having 2 different source.

    Still if you fail don't give up. There are some decent revenue sharing sites available which do not require any Adsense account. Check my profile to know more about them.

    Try hard and best of Luck smile

    1. collinmorrison profile image60
      collinmorrisonposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you, this is very valuable information. I am very new to all of this but I am going to persist until I succeed. I will also check out your profile

  5. Spongy0llama profile image86
    Spongy0llamaposted 8 years ago

    I'm afraid patience is ultimately the only answer I can give. You should start by writing plenty of high quality (informative, well-written, media rich, at least 700 words...) hubs. I wouldn't apply for adsense until you have 15 to 25. You also need either a strong following on hubpages,  a steady flow of readers who find you through search engines, or both.

    It can take months to build up your presence to a respectable level on hubpages. I actually waited two years before connecting hubpages with my adsense account.


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