system — 2013-09-21T05:42:46-04:00 — #1
Which sites are best to use to apply for a Google AdSense affiliate program?
stevie_d — 2013-09-21T07:27:26-04:00 — #2
Have a read of www.google.com/adsense/start/.
Some of the key tips they give are:
> Great content is tip number one for a reason – after all, it’s what we’ve been supporting for 10 years. Genuinely useful, original content helps your site attract loyal readers that will keep coming back for more. Create great content and all else will follow.
- Avoid implementations that may lead to accidental clicks
- Keep your content family-safe
- Make sure you have the rights to any content you monetise
system — 2013-09-22T16:14:12-04:00 — #3
You need to make sure that your site:
1- Has enough content; full, unique, relevant and very helpful articles and posts for the readers
2- Doesn't have any copyright misuse; like copies of: posts, videos, photos ...etc
3- Doesn't have any affiliate links
4- Doesn't have any allocated paid traffic source and you must get organic traffic "Visitors"
5- these are the most important tips and other factors would be determined by the Google company itself
I hope that I helped you
For Your Success,
vishalbhatt123 — 2013-09-23T03:14:53-04:00 — #4
Site that has lots of new, informative and unique content that derives maximum visitors for your site. From that you can get easily approval of Google Ad-sense.
system — 2013-09-23T03:39:11-04:00 — #5
- Sites with unique content
2.Site must be 6 month old if you're from Asia
3.No external links should be added
4.Make sure to have organic traffic
5.Build some quality back links
6.Design should be clean and unique
mikl — 2013-09-24T06:57:28-04:00 — #6
In addition to the points already mentioned, there is one other vital ingredient that your site needs: a lot of traffic.
Even with the best sites, only a very small proportion of your visitors will click on an ad and generate revenue. If your traffic is low, your clicks - and your earnings - will be minuscule.
alexvrto — 2013-10-01T09:33:05-04:00 — #7
Google adsense now 2 times rejected my adsense account.They tell me
I have unsufficient content and navigation.But reality is I have sufficient content.Lol
mikl — 2013-10-01T09:46:50-04:00 — #8
Sorry to hear you were rejected. But the fact is that you really do need a substantial amount of content, for two reasons. First, if you don't have content, you won't attract visitors, so you won't get any clicks.
The other reason is that AdSense itself needs content (especially text) so it can determine the subject of your site and your target audience. If they don't have that, they can't serve targeted ads.
stevie_d — 2013-10-01T12:30:37-04:00 — #9
The reality is that Google sets the rules, and if they say you haven't got enough content and navigation then you haven't got enough content and navigation. You can either moan about it or you can fix it - one of those is going to be a more profitable strategy than the other!
barney_heckerman — 2013-10-03T01:57:54-04:00 — #10
If you are looking for the instructions for Google AdSense then it is very important to update your website daily and post quality content on your website which attract more visitors. The link shared by Stevie D is very helpful to understand different tips how to apply for Google and how to keep visitors on your website.
everything4all — 2013-11-21T02:22:38-05:00 — #11
Please check this website <snip>. I am disapproved by adsense account. i want to apply again. Please suggest me what should i do to get adsense account approved.
technobear — 2013-11-21T04:18:54-05:00 — #12
Only you can work out why your site has been rejected.
Have you read the information given above, especially the link in Stevie D's post #2?
You might also find it helpful to read the AdSense policies, and see if you can find any reason there why your site might not meet their standards.
If you want a review of your site, the request should be made through the [Reviews & Critiques forum, in accordance with its [URL="http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/showthread.php?744418-Read-before-requesting-a-review"]guidelines](http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?12-Website-Design-amp-Content-Reviews-amp-Critiques).
You can request general advice and information in this forum, but not an SEO review of a specific site.