6 Reasons Why Google is not Accepting your Site for Adsense

6 Reasons Why Google is not Accepting your Site for Adsense

Do you want to get the secrets why Google is not accepting your site for Adsense? This post contains those simple but core factors which you may not consider, and which are some of the reasons why Google is not accepting your site for Adsense!

There are lots of bloggers and website owners who have been struggling with Google to approve their site for showing ads, some of them their domain has even been banned for life, this is as a result of not having the right knowledge and information about what is needed for you to setup your blog/site for Google Adsense and also the step by step procedure to doing it the right way.

Today’s post will be an eye opener to the core secrets required for your site to get approved!

5 REASONS WHY GOOGLE IS NOT ACCEPTING YOUR SITE FOR ADSENSE


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1) POLICY VIOLATIONS

Gooogle, being a large search engine company which controls over billions of searches made all over the world has algorithms, principles, rules and policies guiding whatsoever site found in their search database, they have policies for every site they are going to be working with or partnering with as regards business and the likes!

Before registering your site for Google Adsense, you need to be sure that your site is free from Google’s policy violations. These policies can also be likened to the terms and conditions of Google for approving any site for Adsense.

Now here is the question, what are these Google Policies?

Below is a list of Google Policies you must pass in order for your site to be approved:

CONTENT POLICIES

Dear blogger, be notified that Google will not accept your site for Adsense if your contents are full of plagiarism. What is plagiarism? This is simply the claim of another person’s work or contents as one’s own. Google requires you to have high quality contents, this means contents which are 90-100% unique, free from plagiarism and very captivating.

If you’re fond of copying post contents from other people’s blog into your own site and you think Google doesn’t know about it and you think you can go with it, I tell you, you’re making mistakes. Google has an inbuilt plagiarism Aritificial Intelligence software which checks your site for any plagriasm.

Remember, plagiarism does not limit only to text contents, but also to images, so if you are also using images from google image search which are copyrighted, you’re site is violating lots of policies and you need to fix these things.

Another content policy you might be violating is not having enough contents. I tell you cannot get your site approved for Adsense if your posts are just 200 to 300 posts. Your contents must be rich and long enough to express full details of the topic you are talking about. A minimum of 600 posts is required for consideration, but if you can even meetup with 2,500 posts that is great!

2) NOT ENOUGH POSTS!

Many bloggers don’t know about this, this is another very core reason why your site may not be approved by Google Adsense. When you don’t have enough posts. A standard site ready for showing ads must at least have a minimum of 40 posts each with a minimum of 700words per post and preferably 1200 post max or more!

Many blog owners don’t know about this and they keep beating around the bush finding answers where they can’t get.

3) YOUR THEME MAY BE THE ISSUE!

For Google to place ads on your site, they always do a thorough check of your site’s appearance if it’s suitable for placing their ads. A site with complex appearance to understand or navigate may have issue in getting approval from Google for adsense.

Endeavour using a very simple, light and fast loading site, this would ehance the performance of your site and enable good user experience for users!

After your site has been approve, you can then switch back to your preferred theme.

4) GOOGLE CONSOLE ISSUES WITH SITE

Sometimes the core reasons why your site is not being approved by google is as a result of some core issues which are appearing on Google search Console and which are yet to be fixed. It is of a very good importance to always check your Google console account for errors which are there so you can look out for ways to sort them out and get them fixed.

Major issues are:

  1. Breadcrumbs issues (conflict with your theme’s breadcrumb and your SEO plugin’s breadcrumb)
  2. Indexing errors
  3. Invalide Pages
  4. 404 issues
  5. Blank pages
  6. SEO related errors
  7. Issues with Meta Decriptions and Meta Data

5) TOO YOUNG DOMAIN

Another reason why your site is not approved for Google Adsense is when your domain is too young. Google may not accept a site whose domain is too young, why and how? The reason is that, Google believes that a very young website may still be like a baby and may not have enough experience to run the site (just a common human believing).

6) WHEN YOU FAIL TO APPLY WITH YOUR ROOT DOMAIN

Anothe reason why your site may not be approved for adsense is possibly because you applied for the Google Adsense through your sub domain instead of your root domain. For example you applied for: blog.mydomain.com instead of mydomain.com.

 

Alright! Having said all the above points, we hope this post might be useful for you and might as well solve one or two problems you might be facing with your blog or website.

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