Straight from the Horses Mouth-What will get your website rejected.
This is the best explanation of what will get your website rejected I have found.
Guide Lines from Share A Sale
Disallowed affiliate website types
• Sites whose content consists entirely or significantly of advertising, without offering any other significant value to site visitors
• Sites that are flagged for suspicious behavior by one or more major spyware or malware detectors
• Sites that are under construction, have long load times, or present other functionality problems
• Sites that contain misleading free offers or that try to trick visitors into sharing personally identifiable information
NOTE: No direct links to review site, either via PPC ads or redirects, will be accepted.
:First I want to talk about the NOTE. WA has been consistently telling us to write reviews and link from the review to the affiliate site. Now you have it straight from ShareASale. They will not accept a direct link. How do you interpret that Note?
The third line bothers me. They say they do not accept sites that are under construction or that load slow.
I'm always trying to improve my site, so it is always "under construction" It doesn't matter how fast my review loads. What ShareASale looks at is how fast the website loads.
Now what does that mean for my website. My website is devoted to helping people live as resiliently as possible. The site deals with Emergency Preparedness, Financial Resilience and Environmental Resilience, The website is not narrowly focused. The segments within the website are focused.
All WA training tells us to focus on as narrow a niche as possible. Follow Jay Niel I see him develop his foot ball snack helmet website starting with the snack helmet and then building the site review to sell everything anyone need for a tail gate party. Jay says to focus on one site at a time and write at least 3 blog posts a week until the site gains traction.
I can only do that for one site at a time.
Now my big question. My strategy has been to focus everything related to resilient living in one website and try to monetize segments within my website. Frankly, I haven't been able to generate anywhere near the traffic I need for the site to take off.
My question is, do I stay the course, or do I start all over with a new URL. The new URL will focus on what we need to do to stay health and deal with the future we will face on the other side of this pandemic.
My gut is telling me to stay the course and focus my blog posts on what we must do to stay healthy and prepare for the new future.
I need to check my site load speed and if it loads slower than 5 seconds I need to do whatever it takes to speed up the load time.