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The email you received when you you were rejected should have included these instructions for reapplying: To update and resubmit your application, please visit http://www.google.com/adsense and sign in using the email address and password you submitted with your application. Our specialists will review your account for compliance with our program ...


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Your question is google-adsense tagged, so the first what you will probably want to try are "AdSense Experiments". https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/4599562?hl=en Here are some examples of the types of experiments that you can run: Compare the performance of text-only ad units to ad units that have both text and display enabled ...


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Probably AB testing AB test your pages by showing different ads to different groups of users, record and track the best variations to optimize your CTAs


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Are these two accounts running on the same Google account? Did you check this box on the GA's account settings?


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You should use AdMob to display ads on mobile applications and AdSense for websites I'm guessing. AdMob gives you an ID for each ad you want to show in your app and this ID is used to request ads to load inside the app as a banner, etc... AdSense is linked to AdMob account to get your AdMob revenue and add it to the AdSense account so you can withdraw this. ...


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Any latency you see may be due to your network or any part of the Internet between Google and yourself. As well, for shared resources such as social buttons, you will see significant lag times. This is due to the demand for those resources and the capacity to deliver the resources. Google is rather robust and can deliver ads fairly quickly, but because of ...


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Even Google has a delay for these ads so, personally, I wouldn't worry about it. In fact, I use an ad blocker like 95% of the rest of world because no one want to see those anyway. If you really must alienate your users quickly (as opposed to slowly) then you should just cache the next set of ads and display the cached ads straight from your server.


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It depends on the number of advertisers bidding for website with content like yours. The more they believe/see that your site attracts the kind of customer they are looking for, the more they will put money on it (and the higher the payout per click).


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If Google decided that the site was in violation of its policies, it most probably was so for some reason. Now, the fact that you don't have an explanation is certainly very frustrating. However, you should run your own investigation with Google, since you will only find general recommendations about your issue here. If you explain the issue to Google and ...


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Attempts to correct the content that go against the rules, and then sends a request for revaluation in Google with this form



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