Adsense rejected my application

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  1. patrick0001

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    I submitted one of my company site http://www.malaysiafair.com/ for AdSense application, it is rejected may i know what is the actual reason? Is is unique content? or too many OBL?

    Google reply:

    What is AdSense alternative?
     
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    It looks like you just used a bunch of copied content off other sites so I'm not surprised they said no.
     
  3. sigma

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    it is due to content itself, copy paste content is not being allowed. There are many other PPC advertising program such as bidvertier, kontera, adbrite etc but adsense is still the best
     
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    I suggest reapplying with a different website. You can also try AdBrite. I've made a lot of money off of them.
     
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    Usually event information more or less the same, e.g. event title, time, date and venue. The only thing I can change is event description, do you think it may help?

    Agree with Google are best, because they have wide range of display ads platform and advertiser.
     
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    Of course it would help if you spun it so it won't look like a copy pasted content.
     
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    Thanks for all valuable advise, I will clean up all duplicate content and resubmit for application. Once it approve will let you all know.:)
     
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    Spinning content will just make you have to rewrite it anyway since the finished product is practically illegible.
     
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    Yeah, and you will need to add some original content as well. Probably the amount, or proportions, of copied content is an issue itself.

    If you change some the descriptions and add your own content as well, you can try to make google reconsider.

    Even if you want something else than adsense, you should still change as much as possible and make a balance of original content. Having a site with all copied content is devastating for SEO. It will be punished as web spam and no one will ever find it in the Google result pages.
     
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    Then don't spun it using softwares, use your brain to rewrite them. :)
     
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    Then that would be rewriting, not spinning. And I agree. Always rewrite, never spin.
     
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    This is because I think You have no content on your site and adsense need content. I will suggest your to make a blog on which share content then apply that blog for adsense you'll surely got the account then use that account for both these tow sites.
     
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    What happened to your application patrick?
     
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    Hi,
    This is Pamela from Infolinks. Infolinks is a fantastic complement to AdSense. It will supplement your AdSense income and give your readers high quality relevant ads served in real-time. Check out our site for more information.
     
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    Obviously, you haven't passed the Google AdSense qualifications. They already stated their reason about that and there is something wrong with your content. Or maybe you have a broad niche and can't cover the target visitors that Google wants from the internet users.
     
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    Whenever you need support or guideline from Google, don't you feel their information is very general, their reply is damn robots style. This makes lot of webmaster pissed off with their services.
     
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    Adsense rejected my application too a few months ago. The reason was, my blog did not have enough content. I applied again and they accepted me. If your site is good enough, they will accept it.
     
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  19. GekiDan

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    Very true on that. But there are times that they can give direct answers.

    For those who are looking for ways on how to get accepted in Google Adsense, this might help you out:
    http://www.bloggingjunction.com/how-to-get-google-adsense-approval-fast/
     

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