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Adsense approval...

  1. Feather Touch profile image54
    Feather Touchposted 8 years ago

    Hi.... I am an indian. I had applied for adsense many times through my blog... But i didn't get an account yet... My doubt is that My brother had an adsense account and it got disabled... Will it cause rejection of my adsense application???

    1. darkside profile image80
      darksideposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Google Adsense have a few requirements, and unfortunately due to the sheer volume of sub-standard applications from some populous countries, they've felt the need to have criteria to filter out the excess, leaving only the quality to sift through.

      You will need to have been blogging for 6 months.

      How long have you been blogging for?

      What is the date of the first blog post?

      How many blog posts have you made?

  2. profile image0
    ryankettposted 8 years ago

    An Indian is required to develop a site for 6 months before approval. I suspect that ignoring this in favour of reapplication would do nothing but antagonise Google.

    My advice would be to keep writing blog posts, or hubpages (you dont seem to have any of those), until your 6 months is up.

    Did Google not give you a reason for rejection? I suggest that you read their emails very carefully.

    If you remain active for 6 months, posting good quality unique content, then there should be no reason for AdSense rejecting your account.

    If your brother set up his account from the same computer as you, or indeed you are actually your brother, then no chance I am afraid....

    1. Feather Touch profile image54
      Feather Touchposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I had been blogging for last 13 months... On jan 2009 I posted my first blog...
      I have more than 80 blog posts... I am trying for adsense for last 6 months...
      My brother also uses same computer... and google is always giving me reason like unacceptable site contents... But one of my friend got approved... with a blog which has poorest content than me.... So I got doubt about this rejection...  Is there any chance for getting an account in my name??? Please help me out!!!!!!!!

  3. thisisoli profile image70
    thisisoliposted 8 years ago

    What is the content/topic of your blog?

 
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