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ultra99
(@ultra99)
New Member

I don't know what is it, is my niche so narrow that no one cares about? After doing keyword search, seems not a lot of people look for specific topics in my niche. The problem is that this niche is my specialty and I know a good deal about it.

I'm trying to refrain from health/medical topics because I read that Google frowns upon such topics and will never approve Ad Sense.

Would love your invaluable @admin Hasan, and anyone else!

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Topic starter Posted : 28/04/2021 7:03 pm
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Hasan Aboul Hasan
(@admin)
Prominent Member

Why you got rejected? send screenshots

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Posted : 30/04/2021 2:08 pm
ultra99
(@ultra99)
New Member
Posted by: @admin

Why you got rejected? send screenshots

The last rejection was low value content, but before that was just generic "policies" issues. 

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Topic starter Posted : 30/04/2021 2:24 pm
Abdallah
(@abdallahtaleb)
Estimable Member

@ultra99 make sure then to add more content with more value to get approved. 

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Posted : 30/04/2021 10:13 pm
Suman Matety
(@matetysuman)
Trusted Member

Hi friend

Try to add more posts. Every single post should have a minimum of 1000 words with images, outbound links, internal links. 

Post a minimum of 20 articles with quality content, this only doesn't help you get AdSense approved but your posts will rank on Google. Traffic means ads and ads mean money.

You don't make money without traffic to your website even though Adsense approved.

Try to have consistent traffic and apply for Adsense.

Thanks

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Posted : 01/06/2021 9:00 am
KingsCliff
(@kingscliff)
New Member

it becomes very frustrating when we don't get success in some attempts, but we should work on how to get success.

In the google ads, it is the same, we have to work hard to get the approval

Some of this hard work includes

1. 100% unique article

2. Giving value to the user

3. min 2000 words

4. Working on best keywords

5. Using copyright-free images

6. Min 20 posts

7. Website should be at least 1 month old

8. No approval on the subdomain

9. SSL Certificate must

10. And finally Patience

 

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Posted : 01/06/2021 3:13 pm
Gabriel Vilo
(@gabriel_)
New Member

Hello, many times google adsense also take into account the niche of your blog, although not much is said about this topic. There are niches that google likes more and others that don't. It is the truth!

But it is not so difficult, you just have to create a number of post more than 30 or 35, with 500 characters at least.

Very important too: remember that your blog must look good, intuitive, and the work must be noticeable, google doesn't like to see neglected websites.

That's my experience

 

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Posted : 01/06/2021 3:18 pm
Vision®™
(@dhana07)
New Member

You need to improve your content quality and you have to meet some need as it is mentioned in that screenshot ..All the best for you future adsence approval..



 

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Posted : 01/06/2021 3:59 pm
kweku33
(@kweku33)
New Member

Most of the time, if your site lacks the number of words, they can choose to reject it. I had the same issues and I had to write at least 1500 words articles and I had 10 articles on the site. Also, make sure you are adding articles. The more you add the better. 

Never give up. Keep at it and soon you will see the reward. 

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Posted : 01/06/2021 4:07 pm
Mazharul
(@mazharul)
New Member

@ultra99, Hello friend,

I think, at first you should check that highlighted blue mark 4 points. Then find where you got wrong, and research that points.

Of course, Follow what @matetysuman told.

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Posted : 01/06/2021 5:26 pm
eXSe
 eXSe
(@exse)
Active Member

I had a similar question and I'm so glad that I read this thread because the reasons Google gives are often so vague that it is hard to improve your site just based on them.

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Posted : 02/06/2021 12:41 pm
Ihthisham
(@ihthisham-ahmed)
Reputable Member

Hello friend,

According to my knowledge, you should have around 20 articles with 750+ words ( Better is its 1000+ words )

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Posted : 03/06/2021 9:19 am
Mohammad Riyaduzzaman Riyad
(@vetriyad)
Trusted Member
Posted by: @ultra99

I don't know what is it, is my niche so narrow that no one cares about? After doing keyword search, seems not a lot of people look for specific topics in my niche. The problem is that this niche is my specialty and I know a good deal about it.

I'm trying to refrain from health/medical topics because I read that Google frowns upon such topics and will never approve Ad Sense.

Would love your invaluable @admin Hasan, and anyone else!

Hi Friend,

At first, try to add real value to your content. Search for a problem and find out a solution for it. After that discuss the problem and written about the solution in your article.

People will not read your content until getting a solution of a problem. And Google will not make you a partner before ensuring your content quality.

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Posted : 03/06/2021 8:59 pm
actionphotopassion
(@actionphotopassion)
New Member

Hey there,

 

I concure with most of what is already said here it's just a matter of content on your website.

Don't bother much about a posts limit. Even with less than 10 posts you could be accepted as long as you post very unique, personal and customized enough content.

Be sure to add good value on your content. Try to do some youtube vids and link those videos to your blog posts for eg.

Keep up the work it will pay.

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Posted : 04/06/2021 9:36 am
uncle_adewale
(@uncle_adewale)
New Member

@matetysuman Thanks for this information. 

I encounter the same problem but with this, I can be rest assured now that there's a Permanent solution

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Posted : 04/06/2021 2:09 pm
Adilkhan
(@adilkhan)
Reputable Member

write valuable 20 article then apply for Google adsense

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Posted : 13/06/2021 12:50 pm
Manoj_R
(@manoj_r)
Estimable Member
Posted by: @ultra99

I don't know what is it, is my niche so narrow that no one cares about? After doing keyword search, seems not a lot of people look for specific topics in my niche. The problem is that this niche is my specialty and I know a good deal about it.

I'm trying to refrain from health/medical topics because I read that Google frowns upon such topics and will never approve Ad Sense.

Would love your invaluable @admin Hasan, and anyone else!

no the reason for the rejection must not be about keywords or targeting; you must have violated their rules...

 

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Posted : 14/06/2021 8:09 pm
saifullahi
(@saifullahi)
New Member

Make sure your post is grammatical correct, you must have copyright in your webpage, then read the instruction on ads before apply again.

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Posted : 14/06/2021 9:29 pm
Hisham Abbah
(@hisham)
Eminent Member
Posted by: @matetysuman

Hi friend

Try to add more posts. Every single post should have a minimum of 1000 words with images, outbound links, internal links. 

Post a minimum of 20 articles with quality content, this only doesn't help you get AdSense approved but your posts will rank on Google. Traffic means ads and ads mean money.

You don't make money without traffic to your website even though Adsense approved.

Try to have consistent traffic and apply for Adsense.

Thanks

Hi friend you are right, you don't make money without traffic to your website even if Adsense approved, @ultra99, try to get traffics before applying for Adsense. 

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Posted : 14/06/2021 11:59 pm
Suman Matety
(@matetysuman)
Trusted Member
Posted by: @hisham
Posted by: @matetysuman

Hi friend

Try to add more posts. Every single post should have a minimum of 1000 words with images, outbound links, internal links. 

Post a minimum of 20 articles with quality content, this only doesn't help you get AdSense approved but your posts will rank on Google. Traffic means ads and ads mean money.

You don't make money without traffic to your website even though Adsense approved.

Try to have consistent traffic and apply for Adsense.

Thanks

Hi friend you are right, you don't make money without traffic to your website even if Adsense approved, @ultra99, try to get traffics before applying for Adsense. 

Thanks friend

And that is what people need to understand about AdSense. When they understand this, they earn money.

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Posted : 16/06/2021 2:06 am
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