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Reasons For AdSense Disapproval on Blogs

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    Must own your own website You must be at least 18 years old Your site must be primarily in one of the languages supported by AdSense.

    Scroll down for a list and a link to the most up to date information. Has your site been active for at least six months? Reasons why your site might not work well with AdSense: [support.google.com...] Sensitive content that's prohibited Sites that are negative, non- family safe, or potentially offensive may have their ads filtered in order to protect advertisers. This is known as being classified as a site with sensitive content. In some cases the AdSense system may be unable to find ads appropriate for this kind of content and ad serving will stop. Using AdSense with other ad networks It's ok to use AdSense with other ad networks and affiliate programs as long as you follow Google's guidelines, viewable here: [support.google.com...] Can you apply for more than one AdSense account? [support.google.com...]
    The answer is no, you can't apply for more than one AdSense account. Google then lists three situations and instructions for how to solve them.
    Here are the problems, visit Google to read the solutions:

    1) I need to change the Google Account login for my existing
    2) I can't access my existing account
    3) I need to add more sites to my existing account Your site must comply with the AdSense Program Policies The official page is here: [support.google.com...]

    The following is an unofficial summary of the AdSense Policy page. You are encouraged to visit the official page because the AdSense policies frequently change: [support.google.com...]

    - Invalid clicks & impressions You can't click on your ads, cannot encourage others to click on ads, or artificially increase ad impressions or clicks.
    - Encouraging clicks Can't encourage others to click ads or use any deceptive means to obtain clicks, can't promise compensation, can't promise to donate money for helping increase ad clicks/impressions, can't place ads next to navigation or images.
    - Content guidelines Can't place ads next to prohibited content. [support.google.com...]
    - Copyrighted material Can't place ads on pages that violate copyright laws. You must have the legal right to display the content on your page. [support.google.com...] Counterfeit goods Can't display ads on pages that offer for sale or otherwise promote the sale of counterfeit products, including knockoff products meant to mimic or look like another genuine brand product. Webmaster guidelines You can't violate Google's webmaster guidelines (essentially spam guidelines). [support.google.com...]
    •Do not place excessive, repetitive or irrelevant keywords in the content or code of webpages.
    •Avoid hidden text or hidden links. Traffic sources Can't receive traffic from pay-to- click programs, unsolicited emails, or from the "action of any software application." To ensure a positive experience for Internet users and Google advertisers, sites displaying Google ads may not:
    •Use third-party services that generate clicks or impressions such as paid- Must comply with Google's Landing Page Quality Guidelines [support.google.com...] - Must provide relevant, useful & original content - Must be trustworthy, open and explain products and services before asking for sign ups, money, information, etc.
    - Site must be easy to navigate - Site must encourage people to stay on the site by being fast to download. Ad behavior Can't modify ads so as to artificially increase ad peformance. You are encouraged to read their Modification of the AdSense ad code page. [support.google.com...] Ad placement [support.google.com...] Can't place ads in inappropriate places. Examples are: - pop-ups - emails
    -software Google ads, search boxes or search results may not be:
    •Integrated into a software application (does not apply to AdMob) of any kind, including toolbars. •Displayed in pop-ups or Site behavior
    - Sites should be easy to navigate - can't change user preferences
    - can't redirect users to unwanted websites
    - Can't automatically start downloads
    - can't include malware
    - can't include pop-ups or pop- unders that get in the way of site navigation Technical requirements Sites must comply to Google's technical specifications and requirements.
    - sites must be in languages supported by AdSense ( scroll down for a list of supported languages)
    - Format requirements
    •WebView
    •AdSense for content (AFC) and Ad Exchange (AdX) display ads are not supported through all WebView technologies. App developers wishing to monetize by publishing AFC and AdX display ads Google advertising cookies AdSense publishers must publish and abide by a privacy policy that discloses that cookies and/or web beacons are being deposited on browsers and read, tracked, by third parties, including the collection of information. Identifying users and user consent Can't pass any information to Google: •that Google could use or recognize as personally identifiable information; or
    •that permanently identifies a particular device (such as a mobile phone's unique device identifier if such an More information here Guidance for complying with the Identifying Users Policy. [support.google.com...] Privacy Your site must disclose information about data collection, the sharing of that data and the usage of that inoformation, that takes place on any site, app or other property as a consequence of your use of AdSense (or any Google advertising service).
    OR you can promimently link to this: [google.com...] Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) This is applicable for sites that are shown to children. You are strongly urged to read the following: [google.com...] [developers.google.com...] Gambling content Different rules depending on country. Publishers in certain countries are allowed or not allowed to display ads on gambling sites or that display gambling content. Please visit this page to find what publisher countries are allowed to display ads on gambling related content: [support.google.com...] Product-specific policies AdSense for content: Publishers may place up to three AdSense for content units on one webpage. This includes a maximum of one 300x600 ad unit (or similar Languages that are supported by Google AdSense Your website must primarily be published in one of languages that is supported by Google AdSense. Your application will not be approved if your website is not published primarily in one of the languages that is supported by Google AdSense. The up to date list of languages is here [support.google.com]. Here is the list of Google AdSense Supported Languages, up to date as of today, April 29, 2016: Arabic Bulgarian Chinese (simplified) Chinese (traditional) Croatian Czech Danish Dutch English Estonian Filipino Finnish French German Greek Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Indonesian Italian Japanese Korean Latvian Lithuanian Malay Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish Thai Turkish Ukrainian Vietnamese
     

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