Two Steps Forward and One Step Back

Last Update: September 05, 2018

Like many of you, I have a day job and fit my WA work in where ever I can. The labor day weekend gave me a chance to go through a couple of training videos I've been wanting to get to, improve the appearance of my site, and apply for Google Adsense. Their response arrived early this morning...turning me down. I either don't comply with their "program policies," or "adhere to the webmaster quality quidelines." Or, maybe it's both. The problem with their explanation is that it's so vague. After reading through their material, I have no real way of determining why my site doesn't meet Google Adsense expectations. I'm not sure that I care. I wasn't really sure I wanted to go that route, but went ahead and filled out the form thinking when I did decide, it would be ready to go.

Now I'm left wondering what others faced with Google Adsense rejection have done. Is this a valid commentary on my material, or is it just a bump in the road? Your comments will be appreciated.

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GDavies Premium
I had Adsense before on one of my sites and found that I never really earned much. It was far more profitable to use other ad sites and eventually, just affiliate marketing.
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TommyVTE Premium
Some get accepted very fast sometimes it takes longer
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Nancy29 Premium
It’s true, Tommy. Each site is different.
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Vickic3 Premium
Hi Nancy- I'm still not linked to adsense and I am leaving it for now and continuing to keep growing my site as I am sure they will eventually accept me as they will you
Vicki
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Nancy29 Premium
Thanks, Vicki. I'm sure you're right.
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EandS2018 Premium
Don’t let this get you down. It can simple be because you have a new site. My experience is keep on keeping on they will come around.
Blessings
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Nancy29 Premium
They didn't mention the age of the site, so this makes me feel a little less glum. Thanks!
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