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AdSense ad code embedding (Account under review)
I have a site hosted by Weebly. I applied for an AdSense account and they gave me an ad code to embed while they review my application. The trouble is the code doesn't seem to work on the Weebly site, so AdSense won't continue my application. Does anyone have any ideas on this?
When you say, "the code doesn't seem to work on the Weebly site", do you mean that your Ads are just a blank space and no advertisement is visible or seemingly running? If yes, then keep in mind that it's absolutely normal.
AdSense Support states: "Note that live ads won’t immediately appear once you've place the ad code on your site. Until your application has been fully approved, temporary “blank ads” will be shown instead. These blank ads will blend in with the background of the page, so users won’t see them and the user experience won’t be impacted."
Unfortunately not. When I embed the code Google doesn't recognise it and so doesn't continue with tmy application.
What I want to know is: How do you know Google doesn't recognize it? Is it blank? If your application gets rejected afterward then it is simply because the site on which you want to use Adsense does not meet their criteria or technical requirements.
On my Adsense homepage there is a check that google has to make sure you have completed all the steps. When I embed the code, Google doesn't check off the code embedd step.
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