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Why my site is being rejected again and again?

Google Adsense Review team is rejecting my website.

     
6:03 pm on Sep 5, 2019 (gmt 0)

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I have submitted my website for Google Adsense, but Google adsense team is rejecting my site again and again.



They says > "We’ve found some policy violations on your site which means your site isn’t ready to show ads yet. Make sure your site follows the AdSense Program Policies."

What policy I violated I am note sure. Pls, help me to get it approved.

[edited by: martinibuster at 9:09 pm (utc) on Sep 5, 2019]
[edit reason] Site Reviews Not Allowed. Link removed. [/edit]

9:12 pm on Sept 5, 2019 (gmt 0)

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Hi,
This public forum is not for site reviews. There's a paid private part of WebmasterWorld where you can ask for a review.

You may have to review Google's AdSense policies to understand what is wrong with your site.

[support.google.com ]

Good luck!
9:42 pm on Sept 5, 2019 (gmt 0)

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@rtnfarhad ... Welcome to Webmasterworld ... site reviews are done in the paid supporters section, not the public section. That said:

G has changed many of the conditions for advertising over the last two years, most of which are regarding problematic niches (health, tech, it, repair, politics, gender, etc) and if your site touches upon any of these categories you may never get approved.

Re-examine your content with the above in mind and make any changes that make sense if the goal is to achieve adsense as a revenue stream. Your other option is to do direct sales/ads and by pass g altogether ... but this is much more difficult and requires your site to already rank well in the serps to attract advertisers.

Additionally, advertisers now have options on which sites to appear and that might also have an effect on any approval desired. Too many moving parts to give a better answer.
 

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