Several of my articles were moved from Healdove to YouMeMindBody. It appears that YouMeMindBody is still not added to Google authorised sites.
I keep getting this message:
"Your site isn’t ready to show ads
There are issues which need fixing before your site is ready to show ads... We couldn’t find the code on your site. This is because the code is either missing or incomplete or because the URL of your site is incorrect"
It's been happening for several weeks now.
I know I've been losing much revenue because they were my top earners, first on Healdove, then on PatientsLounge. This is so upsetting.
Is anyone else experiencing this?
You need to add any new niche sites to your list of authorized sites in your AdSense account. Log into your account and go to "Sites" from the navigation menu. If it's not there, click the blue "Add Site" button and include it. This is only necessary if you are blocking ads on sites that you have not authorized, which you probably did a long time ago.
Thank you Glenn.
That’s exactly what I did, just as I’ve done for all the other sites I added.
But I keep getting that same “Your site isn’t ready to show ads...” dialogue when I click the Add Sites button.
It should say "Ready" next to the domain name. But Google can only verify it if they find at least one of your hubs on YouMeMindBody. I just checked and I don't see that you have any hubs on that niche site.
I thought you said they moved some of your hubs to it. What am I missing? You don't have any left on HealDove either.
I have three other HP accounts. This one here (viryabo) is my main one. I make all my comments on this one as we aren’t allowed to switch between accounts to comment.
All my Healdove articles were moved to the niche site PatientsLounge.
Recently, most of them in PatientsLounge were moved to YouMeMindBody. Only 2 of them are left in PatientsLounge now.
Oh, okay. I had a feeling you had other accounts. So that brings us back to the issue, you added the niche site but Google can't verify it.
Whenever I had hubs moved to a new niche site, it only took a day or so to get verified. I can't imagine what else to tell you to do. I would suggest you take a screenshot of your AdSense page showing "Your site isn’t ready to show ads" and send that to firstname.lastname@example.org with an explanation and ask them for help. Maybe they can see something from their end. Post here whatever you find out.
EDIT: Silly thought, but are you sure you spelled it right?
Finally, YouMeMindBody is added.
All I did was first remove it from the site yesterday.
Then I waited till the end of day and added it back.
This morning, I got this message from Google Adsense:
Your site "youmemindbody.com" is now ready to show AdSense ads.”
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