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Google Adsense approval depends upon many things. Its not only about how and how many keywords you use. Also, it has been observed by people that reason of rejection of application is not always correct. As I think, you might have copied content from other sites. Google Adsense terms clearly states that they wont accept copy-righted content. That might be ...
never do this else your account will be blocked permanently and after that you can not even approach google adsense team to enable your adsense.you will lose all your adsense money as well as adsense which is more precious then anything as at the moment there is no program which can come even near to google adsense in terms of benefit. think and decide. ...
yes you can link to G+ from google adsense, I don't see any issue with it.
Simple. Let Google do it's thing. You can help of course. Create a sitemap for every possible page on your site, This includes the use of parameters if necessary. You can automate this and it should be extremely simple to do. From there Google can call up each page and determine what needs to happen. What you are forgetting is that Google needs that ...
Avoid using the robots.txt to block known robots. You want robots to crawl your site, you only need to distinguish which hits must be logged and which not. To solve this problem, you could check the client's user agent and store only the hits that meet your criteria. For example you could use a simple function, to check if the hit comes from a known search ...
I did a quick look at the sites you mentioned. Avoid link exchanges. Period. Scribe Ignite looks like a link exchange. I am not sure who your audience is. If your site is small or new, then I would focus on your own content and marketing it on your own for a while. Scribol: I guess it depends on the kink of content you have. I cannot recommend this ...
It looks like Google now has "Responsive Ad Units" to fit in with responsive designs. You can read more about this at: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/3213689
Yes, it is safe. Reason : Nowhere it is mentioned that it is unsafe. Giants like twitter do that. The only risk associated with cloaking is SEO issues, as cloaking is against the Google webmaster Guidelines.
If you consider the contributors on the AdSense forums to be authoritative, then they don't seem to find any problems with selecting what visitors to show Google ads to. https://productforums.google.com/d/msg/adsense/caLd7wnkTW4/kCGsvS_aLIAJ https://productforums.google.com/d/msg/adsense/JNPb6d4ShTU/VNtX5v_BbPcJ
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