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Getting Accepted - standard of English
Will this affect me.

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Msg#: 3006900 posted 10:22 am on Jul 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

I am working on a new site and I am considering applying to Google to use their advertising.

Due to the way in which I am getting the content prepared there will be problems with the quality of the English on some of the pages. They will not be unreadable, but there will unavoidably be problems. Eventually I hope to sort this problem out, but I don't have the resources to solve everything within anything like a reasonable time frame at anything like a reasonable or viable cost.

The site's information will be genuine and of interest to a wide range of people. I am not spamming or web scraping, but it does have the potential to be rather large.

My questions are these.

1. Does the quality of the site's use of English affect the chances of being accepted?

2. If the quality of the English deteriorates as I place more content on the site will I be thrown off?

Within this context I do notice that some of the sites where expired domain's have been grabbed to be used for advertising do carry links that have things like page2.googlesyndication.com.

Am I right to assume these are Adsense ads? They certainly do seem to corelate with the original use of the domain names. Although there is no content at all on these sites.


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