Google AdSense Approval, Finally!

Last Update: August 21, 2018

For those of you who are struggling to get approved by Google AdSense, let me tell you this...

I got rejected 4 times before I finally got approved today!

Let me share with you what really happened first before sharing with you what are the things you need to know when applying for Google AdSense, alright?

So, Here's What Happened...

Back in 2017 or 2016 I couldn't remember, when I was going through Wealthy Affiliate's training, there's a part where Kyle talked about Google AdSense and how you can make money by putting Ads on your site.

At that time, my site was still quite new and only had like 10 posts if I'm not wrong.

I applied for Google AdSense and got rejected for not meeting "Google's guideline".

I thought it's probably because I didn't have enough content. So after publishing around 10+ posts, I applied for AdSense again.

Once again, I got rejected for "not meeting Google's guideline" or something like that.

Then I went on to their AdSense forum to ask for help.

Many people said that Google is very strict for websites in the "Make Money Online" niche because it's pretty saturated now.

After 2 more attempts over a period of a few months, it's still the same. Always got rejected by AdSense.

So, for those of you struggling with this. I know exactly what you're feeling. (Stay tuned for my advice on Google AdSense at the end of the post)

After that, I basically gave up on Google AdSense and stop trying.

A lot of people had told me that it's not worth it as the earning potential for AdSense is not huge compared to promoting affiliate products things like that.

So, I just carried on with my own business and affiliate promotion.

This is when interesting things happened...

For those of you who've been following me, you'll know that my WA business had some explosive growth over the past few months (Check out my July income report here!).

That's the results of me working extremely hard since January 2018.

Currently, I have almost 200 posts on my site, over 1000 visitors per day to my site and over 30K sessions per month.

I've heard of another Display Ads platform called Mediavine which requires you to have at least 25K session over the last 30 days.

So, I thought why not try applying for this and I did.

Right now I haven't gotten a reply from Mediavine. But just yesterday I thought to myself why not apply for Google AdSense again since I'm now hitting 30K sessions per month which is well over Mediavine's requirement.

And today, I received that Email from Google saying "Congratulations! Your account is now approved!"

What I Learnt about Google AdSense...

(1) You shouldn't be wasting your time and energy on AdSense if you're just starting out and your website is still quite immature.

(2) Your website traffic is one of the important factors for Google to decide whether to approve or reject your application (my site has proven that).

(3) Focus on traffic generation first. Whether you want to promote affiliate products or place Google Ads or both, traffic is still one of the most important things in your business.

(4) You only need to get approved once for one of your sites. Once your account has been approved for one site, you can use that account and start placing Ads on other websites or YouTube channel you have. (At least this is what I heard but I haven't tested it out. Let me know if I'm wrong.)

(5) There are a lot of alternatives to Google AdSense. Don't be frustrated when you can't be approved by Google. Check out Nathaniell's post on this: Display Ad Alternatives.

(6) Focus on your affiliate promotion first because the earning potential is usually a lot higher than Display Ads.


I hope this helps for those of you struggling with Google AdSense!

Let me know in the comments below about your experience with Google AdSense or the problems you're facing...

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louiseguil22 Premium
I had the same exact message from them and yes it was very frustrating lol! But have since been told the same it’s not a big deal if you don’t get approved first time, just build on your site then try again if you want to. Many thanks for the additional info., it definitely helps for when and if I decide to try again with them. :)
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JerryHuang Premium
You're welcome. I'm glad I could help. Focus on building up your site first :)
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MojalefaR Premium
Hi Jerry,

I missed your post last week Thanks very much for it because its appearance is quite apropos. Just yesterday I got a response from Google AdSense disapproving my site. I simply followed the direction of the training, which I was doing about the same time you published your post. Had I seen the post then, I’d have skipped the application to AdSense!

I will hold off on that application for quite a while! I will focus on building a good website first. I will try again around February or March.

Awesomeness!
Mojalefa.
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JerryHuang Premium
That's right. Don't worry about AdSense for now :)
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Sisterdee Premium
Thank you so much Jerry for this blog as it's very helpful. It's good to know if not approved the first time with Google AdSense, one should remain focus, continue to post and work on producing really great content that will draw traffic to my site.

All the best to you.
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JerryHuang Premium
That’s right! All the best too!
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KBelton Premium
Thanks for sharing your experience. I'm right in the middle of the training on AdSense and applied yesterday, but my website is really new and still needs a lot of work. So it's good to know ahead of time that I probably won't be approved and also good to know the alternatives. Thanks again and congratulations on your approval!
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JerryHuang Premium
Awesome. Glad this helps. At least you won't be so disappointed if they reject you.
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JooKwang Premium
Hi Jerry, this is a great encouragement. Thanks for sharing! I echo your sentiments for not over-emphasizing on Google Adsense at the beginning. It's really not important until traffic reaches a certain milestone and you have the clear results to show. I am seeing my traffic go up gradually and will re-apply for it later. I hit the same wall...that Google found my site unsuitable and it seems the MMO niche is a tough one with Google until they figure and trust you are not a scam site or something...
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JerryHuang Premium
Yea MMO niche is especially hard to get approved by Google AdSense. Congrats for your growth in traffic.
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JooKwang Premium
Thanks I am working on it constantly and your posts have helped me immensely!
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JerryHuang Premium
I’m so happy for you!
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Lara8 Premium
Thank you for this. I got a bit discouraged in my training when it said to apply for Google Adsense, and then I got denied approval. I figured it was because it was early on. I wasn't sure if I could continue with the training since I wasn't accepted. This has me hopeful and I can just focus on the traffic. Then I can worry about other things.
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JerryHuang Premium
Yes you can continue with the training. Leave AdSense aside first as it's not the most important thing.
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SSmith29 Premium
Thank you for the much needed advice! I applied for google Adsense the other day just follow my training and I was just wondering today why I haven’t gotten a response! My site still needs a lot of work~ I’m going to just keep up with the affiliate links for now.

Congratulations on getting approved!
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you. I'm glad this post helps. Keep hustling and work on your traffic :)
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ABerkeley1 Premium
Best wishes on your hard work. Good luck always with Google Adsense! I'm following you too!
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RDulloo Premium
Congrats on being approved with Google Adsense! Thanks for confirming my suspicions, Jerry.

I am focusing more on my content right now and for increasing traffic. I will definitely be looking into Google Adsense but later, because I know that you need A LOT of traffic to make anything significant with it.

You're a perfect example of why we should never give up.. :) Thanks for uplifting everybody here and for teaching us a valuable lesson (in a good way). lol
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ABerkeley1 Premium
Best wishesin for WA endeavors! I'm following you!
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YvetteC2 Premium
I totally don't understand Google AdSense. I got rejected once, then I got approved. Ads were running on my site. Then they stopped running. They started running again and now they've stopped again. I can't seem to get any answers to what is going on and I certainly can't figure out their way of operating so I'm not going to worry about having them on my site. It's just too much of a hassle.

Thanks for sharing your story.

Yvette
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JerryHuang Premium
If it's cause more problem than benefiting you, then get rid of that as you did. Focus on affiliate promotion.
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YvetteC2 Premium
Yes....agreed.
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tomanec Premium
"For those of you who've been following me, you'll know that ...my WA business had some explosive growth over the past few months (Check out myJuly income report here!)
That's the results of me working extremely hard since January 2018."
A good,useful post.You are a highly persuasive person. Would you please write a post/review based on your experience,on one's starting to work hard,I repeat work hard on what is importans for him.In other words,awaking himself.
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JerryHuang Premium
Sorry I don't understand what you mean.
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tomanec Premium
Sorry for not being clear what i meant to say.Let me try again.
There are many people online/WA,me there too,letting their time pass by without starting doing something for themselves.
I have already mentioned that you are a highly persuasive person
and a post of yours with content to urge/stimulate/encourage for them to start doing something for themselves will be of use to some of them.
In my first coment I have cited a part of your blog to underline how someone comes to good results online,which by itself is a kind of stimulation to the reader to...
Sorry for my intrusuon in your daily timetable.
My regards,
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hugh9905 Premium
Congrats on getting approved, Jerry.

I do have a follow-up question: In one of the recent hot seat live training, Jay mentioned placing ads in websites might have negative impact on ranking. I'm curious to see if there is any negative impact on your ranking after you place ads in your site. And I'd love to see the pros and cons of display ads, as well your insights from your own experience. :)

Thank you,

Hugh
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks Hugh. What's the reason Jay gave for having negative impact on ranking?
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hugh9905 Premium
Let me check my cheat sheet (my notes)... LOL

- When there are ads on pages/posts, search engine bots/spiders might visit the links in the ads and might leave the page/post, this gives the original page/post less credit on ranking
- From a visitor's point of view, ads might draw the the visitor's attention and the visitor may click on the ad and leave the page/post, this will reduce the time visitors stay on the page. The average time on page is one of the key ranking metrics and it definitely have negative impact on ranking
- If too many ads are placed on the page/post, the page/post seem like a bridge page which is against search engine's purpose to provide useful info to visitors, and search engines might not even rank it
- Ads on established sites are OK, but for a site that is relatively young and does not have a lot of content and traffic, the negative impact is more obvious, and that might negate the potential income from ads. I think your site more established right now and you got approved, so you should not be too concerned about this.

Please check with Jay if you want to find out more. :)

Hugh
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks for sharing that. And I think the 2 most important points is this:

1) Don't waste time on AdSense if your site is still new (which is what I mentioned in my post)

2) It's okay to have Ads but do not put too many Ads in a single page. I think probably keep it less than 3 Ads per page.
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ARollings Premium
I joined Adsense in the UK in 2010 and have just looked at my old account for the first time in 4 years, its still active however I have move to Australia. It has 26GBP in the account and I have to have a UK bank account to collect it (which are all closed).
Linked websites have also closed and my direction had changed. If only I had found WA then.
Its the old saying you don't know what you don't know so keep applying the learning and it will come together
Allan
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JerryHuang Premium
Agree. Thanks for sharing Allan!
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Roybretton Premium
Thank you for your interesting blog post Jerry, it's quite a few use ago since I applied for a Google AdSense account! I don't remember having a problem applying, however, I believe this was back in 2007, so I guess things have changed, I also had quite a considerable amount of content on my website.

Are you adding Google AdSense to your Internet marketing site Jerry? I would guess that if you are it may not be the best thing to do, this is only my opinion and I would be interested to see what other people think.

I actually had a website selling products and I added Google AdSense which brought in three figures every month, however, the website was designed with Google AdSense in mind. We also tried different experiments to see what was the most effective.

I would be very interested to hear how you get on with Google AdSense.

Wishing you every success and a really good day.

Roy
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks for sharing that Roy! I think one of the main reasons why it's so hard to get approved is because of the niche. Nowadays, it's hard to get approved in the make money online niche because it's very saturated.

Others have shared that they got approved pretty easily in other niches.

Anyway, I'm still waiting for Mediavine's reply. After that I'll decide which one to put.
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Roybretton Premium
Thank you for your reply Jerry, I hear what you're saying. I guess the Internet marketing niche has more restrictions than any other niche probably.

Enjoy your day.

Roy
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JerryHuang Premium
Yup!
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Defiant6 Premium
That is very interesting and I'm happy you got accepted finally. Google can be.....interesting. The reason I say that is because about 3 and a half years ago, I applied to AdSense and got accepted and was never rejected by them even though my website was still fairly new and I didn't have a lot of posts. I wouldn't see my first bit of revenue from AdSense until nearly a year later.

I'm nearing nearly 260 posts, but yet I don't get a whole lot of traffic, but what traffic I do get does earn me a little bit of AdSense Revenue so that's something at least.
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JerryHuang Premium
Yea, it's probably because of your niche. Some niche are easier to get approved. Make money online niche is extremely hard.

But because you didn't have much traffic, that's why you're not earning despite you got approved. So traffic is still the most important :)
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Defiant6 Premium
True, my niche is part of the video game niche. I'm working to try and get more traffic and it certainly has been a bumpy road in that regard, but I am happy that I am earning some from AdSense. I have a long ways to go before I can reach their cashout threshold, but each day brings me closer.
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JerryHuang Premium
All the best!
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Timotheus Premium
Congratulations Jerry!

And thanks for the encouragement, info and alternatives.

My website traffic has been increasing, and I am thinking of getting AdSense soon. The approval you got inspires me.

Let us know how it turns out - using one AdSense for more than 1 website. It makes sense (no pun intended) for that to be all right. No need to create more than 1. But good to hear it from the ground.

Once again, Congrats! :)
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks a lot Timotheus! Good luck for your application :)
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DBlanchard Premium
Hey Jerry,

My story is a little different.

I started out back in January of 2016 with a meditation niche.

I got approved with a minimum amount of posts (Maybe like 5 or 6 posts) on my website probably because it was NOT in the make money online niche.

It took a little while to get approved like 2 or 3 weeks but got approved the first time.

The funny thing is that I never made the first $100 to get paid, so it has not been worthwhile for me... I only made a few bucks a month since then.

So your advice to not waste time with it is very true... There are a lot better ways (like promoting WA) to make money! :)

Congrats on your approval!!!
I'm certain that with the amount of traffic you get, you will be making a lot more than me. But in my opinion, you should be better off with Mediavine anyways. From what I understand, they are way better than Adsense...

Keep on keeping on my friend. You are an inspiration to the rest of us! :)
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks for sharing that Denis!

Yes, I think it's also probably because your niche is not in the make money online niche. I've heard that it's easier to get approved in certain niche.

But anyway, since you didn't have much traffic, that's why you couldn't make much money even though you were approved.
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EKaye1 Premium
Thank you for sharing Jerry, I got accepted with Adsense on my second attempt. I had nearly 20 posts and a tiny bit of traffic. I don't know if its to do with my niche on caring for guinea pigs, but I was a little surprised when I got accepted the 2nd time.

Not going to be relying on just Adsense though and am waiting to see if I get accepted on medianet. I'm not placing too many adverts and like you said affiliate promotion is higher. I want to get good quality content on my website.
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JerryHuang Premium
Yup, it's probably because of your niche. I heard that some niche are easier to get approved.

Anyway, focus on your affiliate promotion. Ads is just a secondary source. And you shouldn't place too many of them as well. User experience is still important.
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mbouteiller Premium
Hey Jerry,

Thank you for this information.

Certainly good to know and I haven't thought of Google AdSense yet. I don't feel like I'm ready for it yet, but definitely, want to give it a try at some point in time.

First, I'm going to really take the tips you have given us here as my guideline to get there.

Thanks again Jerry, I appreciate you letting us know what you had to go through and what you did to finally get approved.

Congratulations on your Google AdSense Approval. So glad you don't give up!!

Monica
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you Monica! I'm glad this helps :)
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Zarina Premium
Congrats Jerry!

Thanks for sharing. I thought I should put off with G Adsense until I really have massive traffic, so you confirmed it here.

Also, are you hosting with WA?

If I'm not mistaken there's like a bandwidth for how much traffic you can get without any problem with WA's hosting?

What hosting will you consider once you increase even more visitors (that will be too much for WA hosting)?
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MatthewLS Premium
I just checked it says the bandwidth or visitors a month is 500k. That is a good question though once he reaches 500k a month which hosting will he go to
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Zarina Premium
Half a mil, I guess I shouldn't worry about it now lol. But definitely am curious what hosting do big websites choose especially those that first used WA hosting.
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JerryHuang Premium
Yes I'm hosting with WA. I didn't know about that. But we'll figure that out when it comes.
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CandP Premium
Nice work, Jerry.
We are still building out our site and we were thinking not to do Google Adsense. Your post has validated that decision.
Also, thanks for referring us to further training by Nathaniell.
We have saved that for near future reference.
Good luck with Mediavine. Let us know. I know Grace (Littlemama) has talked about it.
Now that you have all that traffic, Adsense makes sense!
Congratulations!
You rock, Jerry!
Colette and Philip
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks a lot Colette and Philip! All the best to you as well :)
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Priya15 Premium
Hi Jerry
Congratulations! I got rejected by google ad sense too as my website is new. To be honest, I am not very keen on it as I feel the google ads distracts the readers and possibly "take them away" from my website. So I thought it is better to focus on the affiliate earnings and therefore focus on producing quality content.
Also when I have been surfing on websites (for personal use), most of the google ads have been very inappropriate(unrelated to the website I am on).
I feel I shouldn't clutter my website with the ads.
Thanks for sharing your experience.
Priya
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Vstar Premium
Hi Priya

Generally speaking the google ads will not necessarily be related to the website that you are on at the time, but they will likely be related to things that you may have searched for in the past and possibly clicked on links that were of interest to you...

A good example is when you are on amazon and maybe clicked on a product that was of interest to you (like a pair of shoes), but you did not buy them...

... next thing you know you are looking on a website about automobiles but the google ads are about the those same shoes you saw yesterday on Amazon

hope that makes sense
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JerryHuang Premium
Yea you're right! The downside of display ads is that it can distract your readers from the main content. That's why the placement of the ads is very important as well. It's just a secondary source and you shouldn't be focusing on that.
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JerryHuang Premium
Yes, that's called re-targeting and all the platforms are doing this including Facebook, PPC, etc.
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Priya15 Premium
Yes. It does makes sense. Amazon ads have followed me!
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Vickic3 Premium
Hi Jerry- This has reassured me to leave Adsense alone as a relatively new person in the online world. I will focus on my content and other affiliate links and down the track, as you did approach Adsense once again but for now it is best to leave it be
thanks so much
Vicki
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JerryHuang Premium
That's right Vicki! All the best :)
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Dygie-Reds Premium
This is great info. I've seen lots of WA members worrying about Google Adsense and their site is still young. You have to give your website time to build traffic because ads increase bounce rate on your site. If you have little traffic and they click on your ads...baps!! they jump off your site and on the ad's site..that ups your bounce rate. With thousands of traffic and few jumps off to ads, you still have traffic on your site.
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JerryHuang Premium
Yea, traffic is still very important!
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ChrisTowers Premium
Im happy for you .. although I am not a huge fan of it..

Just be sure to stay away from the Auto Ads... these really spoil your site... add the ads with a little tact.. and do not use the auto feature.. as these sprawl them everywhere....

Good Luck.. the first beer is on you when you cash in :)

Chris
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Vinsquest Premium
Great advice, Chris.
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ChrisTowers Premium
Just my 1 cent worth :)
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Pernilla Premium
Thank you for telling, Chris!
So good to know.
:-)
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JerryHuang Premium
Good advice. Thanks for sharing that! Adding them manually at the places you want should be the way to go I guess.
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ChrisTowers Premium
Yeah it is for sure buddy

When I first got approved.. I did the thing letting the Auto Ads do the job for me ... I guess it was a lazy streak in me... they say it offers good placement for maximum results.

The next time I viewed my site there was something like 8 or 9 ads on every page/post.. all over.. in the side bar... within the content (interfering in paragraphs) .. in the comments...

It only took a few minutes to decide... "get the hell out" .. so i took it off!
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ChrisTowers Premium
your welcome :)
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Vinsquest Premium
Great post, Jerry.
I applied to Adsense last night. I just received an email from them, literally just now, and they said my website was not found? I'm not really sure what that means, but after reading your post, I realized that maybe my site isn't quite mature enough for Adsense. :( My site needs to grow up first. I need to populate it with content before I get approved. Anyways, I appreciate you sharing this with us.

*Also, can someone tell me if having the WordFence Plugin installed may cause problems?
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JerryHuang Premium
Have you inserted AdSense code on your site? If they can't find your site, it's probably your site is too new or you didn't insert the code properly.

Anyway, I've no experience with WordFence so I can't answer that for you.
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Vinsquest Premium
I appreciate your reply.

My site was on created on Nov. 04, 2017. So, about 9-10 months old?

I followed @Marionblack's training on how to install the Adsense code using the 'Insert Headers and Footers' by WPBeginner.

Everything worked out fine. But I did get an error code from Wordfence's firewall system, asking for my permission to allow Adsense in, which I accepted.

I'm starting to doubt WordFence plugin's reliability. Hopefully, someone can chime in and help out.
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WAPablo Premium
Great Post Jerry. I am still in pampers and I know where you coming from as I already had my first rejection LOL. I am looking forward to at least one more before accepted! But I am working on having more content, of course, to be a bit more resistant to the crash and burn!
One thing I would like to add to your great information, if suitable because was my own experience, is that Google when rejected me, said my content was no appropriate. When I contacted them through the forum, in the first reply there was no mention of traffic or the number of posts, but they told me that my content is used by too many people (in a tone like I was copying and pasting from other sites). I am on the WA Niche. To my reply that my content is unique (the hell I work hard to produce content!) The reply was ice cutting: "You will have to accept that AdSense is no for you" LOL.
After I got a few bits of advice from other members and after I read your post today, and I had the inner feeling anyway, I realized that yeah, it all comes down to your traffic and posts you have and I think what they told me is just an excuse.
Anyhow, I wanted to add this little experience of mine, which was caused by my inexperience, of course, to reinforce what you just said here: Do not try if you are too new. I heard that at least 30 posts as a minimum for the first try. But in the end, is the traffic, not the topic, what they are interested in, for obvious reasons.
Thank you again! And congrats on Adsense, it will be greatly profitable for you!
Pablo
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JerryHuang Premium
After all, no matter how awful your content is, if you're able to consistently generate tons of traffic, I don't see any reason for Google to reject you as it's a good way for them to make money as well, right?

Anyway, I understand what you were talking about those critical feedback from the Google AdSense forum because I experienced that myself as well.

Not sure why many people there are so rude.
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WAPablo Premium
I will evaluate in the near future whether is it worth to try again or not.
If I do will be more for the pleasure of getting it against their stories, more than for the little money.
Lol
Cheers
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JerryHuang Premium
Haha, yea you can try it out again in the future!
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HuyNLe1989 Premium
I got rejected my adsense a couple times as well. I came to the same conclusion as you of just forgetting about it.

At first I was thinking well what if someone comes to my site and my ads aren’t there. Then i ran into someones post on here, i can remember who. But it says all you should be focused on in the beginning is creating content so you can bring in traffic. Once the traffic is there monetizing it is simple.

Congrats on your approval!
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JerryHuang Premium
That's right Huy. Thanks a lot :)
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MVeronicaG Premium
Congratulations Jerry
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you Maria!
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Loes Premium
Congrats! I have a mighty lot of problems with the settings. I had the auto ad activated, and my posts were invaded with Adsense ads, in between the posts, over the content, in the sidebar, in the footer, everywhere I looked there were ads, I hated it, then I started to deactivate some things, and at last all. And the result was, no ads at all, now I have activated one again, and I will see where this leads to.
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WAPablo Premium
Great addition Loes, I have seen that there is a lot of tweaking (preparing myself mentally for the future process, if it will happen at all). I got a plugin when I was sure to be accepted (hehehe in my dreams) and I could not understand it, it was too complex, sidebars, top, bottom, auto, no auto, sizes, do you want a coffee with your ad...
Bottomline, thank you for open the eyes of many with your wisdom and experience, like Jerry, because many think they will make a fortune easily with Adsense, when in fact it has a lot of turns, and the earnings can be really very little and not worth until you are really attracting a lot of traffic. Then you can start talking!
Following your advice guys!
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Loes Premium
Adsense is a nuisance:(
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JerryHuang Premium
Check out this video:
https://bit.ly/2FAJjox

Hope this helps!
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Loes Premium
Thanks, I will
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Loes Premium
Super! Thanks for this video, I have now 2 ads, one in the sidebar and one in the footer, very controllable!
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WAPablo Premium
Good one Jerry!
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JerryHuang Premium
Awesome!!
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JTwohig Premium
Congrats Jerry! I know I've had the same issues since starting out and have taken on your advice about just concentrating on building further content and more traffic. Thanks!
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JerryHuang Premium
That's right Jamie!
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halinphilly Premium
That's huge! I mean, I know, like you say, the money isn't huge. Still, the payoff for all the working and waiting - the validation itself... That's what makes it all worthwhile. Congratulations, Jerry!!
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you Hal!
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GinaU1 Premium
Congratulations, Jerry. I am excited for you. I got an email yesterday that I was approved. Now I need to figure out how to navigate Adsense:)
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JerryHuang Premium
Congrats to you too!
This video should help:
https://bit.ly/2FAJjox
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GinaU1 Premium
You are awesome! Thank you so much:)
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juanster2017 Premium
Good story Jerry and congratulations on your approval keep up the good work
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you Juan!
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DGArchitect Premium
Congratulations! And thanks for sharing your experience. I already got my first rejection. Now just looking to build alot more content and traffic before trying again.
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you Daniel! All the best :)
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Hackerist Premium
You did it Jerry, great! And great article also.
Thanks for sharing!
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks Tom!
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CavenM Premium
Good stuff! Encouraging words. Thank you.
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JerryHuang Premium
My pleasure!
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LynneHuy Premium
Also might I add that I got rejected over and over - for all my websites and then suddenly got approved when not much had changed.

The trick is also not to give up or get hung up on it - keep working and focusing on your goal of adding valuable content.

Congrats!
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JerryHuang Premium
Yup, congrats!
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