Hey There!! Today, I am here to guide you with reasons why AdSense rejects your blog or website.
Here is a list of the most common reasons Google AdSense rejects blogs and websites.
Because of copyright issues:
If you are using someone else’s content without permission, your blog or website could be in trouble. Google AdSense policies state that if you use someone else’s content on a web page without giving credit and making money off of it, then you will be rejected.
This can happen if the original owner has not given permission for their work to be used on a website (or even worse: they don’t want it there). If this happens, your account may be terminated by Google AdSense due to copyright infringement issues.
When this happens, it’s important to contact the webmaster immediately so they can fix any problems with their site before things get out of hand and cause damage across multiple domains/websites owned by different people!
Because of your niche:
The most common reason why Google AdSense rejects your site or blog is that the niche is too broad. This happens when you try to target too many keywords and phrases, which makes it difficult for users searching for specific information about your niche topic.
If you want to be successful with AdSense ads, make sure that all of your keywords are related (at least somewhat) to each other; otherwise, they won’t show up together in Google’s search results. If a user searches for “best keywords” but doesn’t find anything related to what they’re looking for on this page, then there’s no chance anyone will click through!
Your website is not mobile-friendly:
If your website is not mobile-friendly, it will fail to be approved for AdSense.
A mobile-friendly website means that it’s optimized for the smaller screens of smartphones and tablets. And since Google has been making an effort to get more people on board with their services via mobile devices, this is a great way to increase your chances of being approved for AdSense.
So what does this mean for you? Well, if your site looks terrible on a small screen (like a smartphone), then there might be some issues keeping users engaged long enough to convert them into paying customers or even just regular visitors who stop by now and again – leading them off from coming back later when they have time/money available again!
Because you have no content:
The most important part of a website is the content. Content is what makes your site unique and appealing to your audience, so if you don’t have any content on your site then Google AdSense will not approve it.
If you have been rejected by Google AdSense because they can’t find any pages or posts on your blog or website then here are some tips that might help:
Make sure you know what kind of content works best for SEO purposes (search engine optimization) as well as making customers feel comfortable when purchasing products online through e-commerce sites like Amazon or Etsy etc.
Your website is not indexed by google:
If your website is not indexed by Google, it can be due to the following reasons:
Your website has been rejected because of its content or layout. The most common reason for this is that your site is too hard to crawl and index by search engines like Google, Yahoo!, Bing, etc., which means that they don’t find enough useful information in the web pages of your blog or site. It also means that no relevant links are pointing at these pages so they cannot be found easily when someone searches something similar on Google (for example “how-to-install-blogger-plugin”). In such cases, if you have done anything wrong then please contact us so we can help make sure everything goes well from now on!
If you are using a certain typeface (like Times New Roman) that happens not to be supported by any search engine but is still used widely across various platforms like Facebook etc., then this might cause problems with how big text appears when viewed under different browsers/devices etcetera…
Your website is under construction:
If your website is under construction or you’re still working on it, AdSense will not approve it. You can keep using AdSense while the site is under construction but once it becomes fully functional, you must update your site with an approved status to be able to use AdSense.
If you have questions about whether your site qualifies for Google’s policies regarding “under construction” status, feel free to contact us at [email protected].
Invalid Clicks and impressions:
Invalid clicks and impressions are the biggest reason for your AdSense account to be banned. These types of errors are caused by bots, malware, and other malicious software that tries to click on ads when they shouldn’t have.
If you receive an email from Google saying that one or more of your ads have been rejected because they were clicked by an automated bot (also known as an “ad fraudster”), then this is likely what happened.
Google has been cracking down on these kinds of violations lately; if you’re caught repeatedly using these kinds of tactics to generate income from AdSense sites without permission from Google (or another partner), then there’s a good chance that your site could be banned entirely!
To get AdSense approval, it’s important to make sure that your blog or website doesn’t have these reasons:
To get AdSense approval, it’s important to make sure that your blog or website doesn’t have these reasons.
Your blog or website is under construction: If you’re still working on building out your site, this could be a potential issue. Make sure that all of your content is ready and up-to-date before submitting an application for AdWords ads.
Do you have more questions about how to get AdSense approval? Feel free to reach out and ask us! We are here for you and we want to make sure that your blog or website gets approved.