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After solving the first issue for adsense (i.e “Unable to review your site” - AdSense),

again i applied to Google ad-sense with live blank ads on page, but In second review they disapproved my website by saying "- Insufficient content" .

What should do now?

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The main issue I see here is that your home page is primarily JavaScript. I would add some HTML content to that which relates to your keywords. The other two pages have more content, but I'd suggest adding more to the second URL that relates to the keywords there too. I don't think there's a "minimum" number of pages for AdSense by the way. So resubmit it after you make the above changes and hopefully it will be OK then. – dan Jun 20 '13 at 17:35
One more thing to possibly consider regarding the second URL is hiding the "Read More" text. Since there's so sparse content there, you might as well make sure it's readable. – dan Jun 20 '13 at 17:50
@dan how do i make sure whether it is readable or not? – Ashu Jun 20 '13 at 17:52
I haven't looked at the code in detail, but if it's JavaScript that Google can't crawl, then the hidden text won't be seen. I think you just need to add enough content so that when people search for your keywords, Google can display ads that match the keywords searched on and your content. – dan Jun 20 '13 at 17:56
@dan i plan to move the 2nd url content to the first url page and i will place it to just below the converter utility. What you say? is this good? – Ashu Jun 20 '13 at 17:59
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According to this Yahoo answer you should publish at least 30 pages of content on your site with 300-500 words of unique original content per page.

Looking through your site, you have about six pages. Some of them like "privacy" and "about" don't count as "content". In the case where your "content" is not text, but rather utility, the word requirement might not apply.

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You said In the case where your "content" is not text, but rather utility, the word requirement might not apply. I think same that's why i have not added 30 pages. What could be the reason that they are saying Insufficient content for this utility? – Ashu Jun 20 '13 at 17:32
Just one page isn't enough. You would need many converters to qualify as sufficient content. – Stephen Ostermiller Jun 20 '13 at 18:32

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