Why You Need Approval for the Google Adsense Program
It’s really not about you. Google always maintains standards to which they adhere and there are certain sites they don’t want their advertiser’s ads on. Check the Program Policies for a tedious list of what kind of content sites are not acceptable. Google does not allow ads placed on any site that has excessive profanity. This is the hardest one to decode because the word “excessive” is defined as one thing to a publisher and another thing altogether to the Google Adsense program. If there are more than a couple instances of profanity on a site you are considering using for the Google Adsense program, you might want to consider another site.
From commonsensical aspects, sites that contain beer, liquor, or tobacco products are not allowed to participate in the Google Adsense program. Nor are sites that promote hate or racist attitudes allowed to participate in the Google Adsense program. If the site you are considering promotes gambling, drugs, even prescription drugs then it is not suitable for the Google Adsense program.
A good guideline to go by might be a family-oriented set. That may not cover everything but it’s a starting place. Again, check the Program Policies for more information.
Why You Should Not Pay for Your Own Blog Site
If you currently have a website that shows your wares or you’ve been contemplating getting one, that’s great. Since you’re working on building a business anyway, you can only profit more by implementing Google Adsense on your site. As long as it is within the parameters of Google Adsense Program Policies of course.
However, if blogging is your passion, then continue with the most popular blogging site you know—even two or three of them. Why? You gain traffic and lots of it. Blogging on an already populated site versus dreaming up your own blog site is like the difference between 5:00 traffic in New York City and an old dusty country road. Not only do the owners of writingup.com, bloggerparty.com, and others like it bring in the traffic. they even help you make money while doing it. Remember, in real estate: location, location, location.
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