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    SitePoint Enthusiast jwh335's Avatar
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    Denied by adsense

    Does this happen often? I was denied to display adsense ads by google. I assumed that anyone could join considering they have text saying "Don't have a site to put ads on? Sign up to Blogger" or something like that.

    It seemed to me that they only required you to have a site to join.

    Am I wrong?

    EDIT: I think that I should of put this in the adsense forum. I completely overlooked it. Sorry. Mod please move, thanks.
    Last edited by jwh335; Dec 30, 2007 at 20:30. Reason: see above

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    Programming Since 1978 silver trophybronze trophy felgall's Avatar
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    You need to have content on web pages that Google can use to determine what ads to display that match with that content. If your pages don't have meaningful content then Google can't select matching ads to display.
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    A long as the site complies with Google's tos you should be fine.

    Buy another site that already has been accepted into adsense and apply with it. Then you can add the code to your other site.
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    its pretty hard not to get into adsense, they take everyone.

    Just take a turnkey site and slap it on a .info and you will get in

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    SitePoint Enthusiast jwh335's Avatar
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    I think I didn't get in because my domain whois email was different than the email I used to sign up. However, now it won't let me attempt to sign up again. I've emailed them and told them the change I made, but no reply yet.

    sigh

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    My whois email was different and I was accepted. Just buy a site for $30-$50 that has already been accepted by Google and apply with that.
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    A few days to a few weeks, try agian in another month if you're not approved, and change site add more content, etc.
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    The word on the block is to set up a few blogger account with a few posts and apply using that site.
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