995amit — 2013-11-20T06:35:35-05:00 — #1
Applied for adsense for the first time! They reject me after a week telling "Site does not comply with Google policies"
The site is 3 month old, From India
contains 120 unique content written by me.
Getting 1000 visitors per day. (through search engines)
and satisfying all other criteria
I applied because i have seen many new (Indian) sites having adsense. They are getting 50 views per day and not even 3 months old but holding ads from google.
Please help me :rolleyes:
Thank you in advance
mikl — 2013-11-20T07:47:19-05:00 — #2
If they've told you the site doesn't comply with their policies, that it makes no difference how much unique content you have or how many visitors you get. They are telling you that the site contravenes their guidelines in some way. There are over a dozen different policies that could cause a site to be rejected.
The policies are all clearly explained here: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/48182?hl=en. I suggest you read them carefully to see which of them is causing the problem.
alisha2231 — 2013-12-04T12:32:38-05:00 — #3
its happens with most of Indian web developer,
i used to have a tech site on which i got adsense account but cause of address varification it got suspended afterwords i started a new site whose concept was totaly different not even violating any google policy but same happen with me as you are experiencing,
but some how i activated my old acc and now its working fine.
so i suggest you to go for any other alternative
vpalukuru9 — 2013-12-10T12:29:42-05:00 — #4
I think website should be 6 months old for applying adsense account.
mikl — 2013-12-10T13:09:28-05:00 — #5
Why do you think that? There is nothing in the AdSense policies, nor in the terms and conditions, that mention an age limit for an AdSense account. If you have some information to the contrary, please tell us your source.
vpalukuru9 — 2013-12-10T13:12:34-05:00 — #6
I read it in blogs. I am not sure how genuine these blogs are. Here is a source: sitesprint.com/get-your-google-adsense-approval-fast
francky — 2013-12-10T15:33:00-05:00 — #7
On Nov. 20 the site was 3 month old --> Then today the site is not yet 4 month old.
Today the site is showing Google Ad's, so the problems will be solved.
Then "website should be 6 months old for applying adsense account" is not true.
- The source code of the home page is ending at line 700 with the </html>.
- After that, there is a comment <!-- Performance optimized by W3 Total Cache ... -->
- I think they didn't do it very good: these comment lines are going to ... line 4247. :rolleyes:
- For the visitor these comment-lines don't have any meaning: the are just in the code, and don't do anything.
- The page-size with comments is: 388kB.
- Without the comments the page-size is only 56kB.
- That means: this page is about 7 times faster downloading if you remove the unnecessary comments!
As far as I can see, all other pages have the same disease: the site can speed up!
rubble — 2013-12-10T15:40:30-05:00 — #8
•The source code of the home page is ending at line 700 with the </html>.
•After that, there is a comment <!-- Performance optimized by W3 Total Cache ... -->
•I think they didn't do it very good: these comment lines are going to ... line 4247.
•For the visitor these comment-lines don't have any meaning: the are just in the code, and don't do anything.
•The page-size with comments is: 388kB.
•Without the comments the page-size is only 56kB.
•That means: this page is about 7 times faster downloading if you remove the unnecessary comments!
Well spotted Francky; I assume the plugin was just supposed to be used in development and disabled when the site went live.
francky — 2013-12-10T15:47:04-05:00 — #9
Yes, all those "helpful autonomous plug-ins" you have to keep under observation carefully!
erick45 — 2013-12-13T03:18:00-05:00 — #10
Adsense approve the blogs or websites which are more than 6 months and your url is just 3 months older so please first wait for 3 months. As now you have completed 6 months I hope so now you can again submit for approval, may be this time it will approve.
francky — 2013-12-13T18:46:58-05:00 — #11
Hm, did you read the other posts? :rolleyes:
- In post #5 of Dec.10 Mikl mentioned: "There is nothing in the AdSense policies, nor in the terms and conditions, that mention an age limit for an AdSense account."
- In post #7 of Dec.10 can be read: "Today the site is showing Google Ad's. (...) Then 'website should be 6 months old for applying adsense account' is not true.".
So the 6 months are fairy tales, and waiting for 3 months is not needed.
The site is already showing the Google Ad's! (did you check?)
stacykeibler — 2013-12-16T06:20:19-05:00 — #12
Check once may be content duplicate or meta tags duplicate, first make your website seo friendly than go for adsense.
technobear — 2013-12-16T06:32:08-05:00 — #13
The OP has never returned to this thread, and it appears that the original problem has been resolved.