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Google's rule is that a site must have "sufficient content" before it is approved for AdSense. They enforce this rule as requiring about 50 pages of text with at least several hundred words on each page. In most countries, sites must also have existed for six months and get a certain amount of traffic before Google will approve them for AdSense. ...


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I resolved the issue. The solution is really simple but worked for me. What I did is, as I was using Amazon and flipkart static banners, I downloaded those banners and uploaded them to my website and linked them with my https affiliate link. Because the issue was with banners only which were served over http, as I checked the code provided by them.


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Yes, it will - eventually, as Google gets around to indexing your new site, and de-indexing your old one. It may take quite a while though. If your old domain name was a custom one, then you may be able to use redirection features provided by the domain-name provider to redirect visitors to the new domain. Although this isn't available if you purchased ...


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Setting up 301 Redirects on your old site to the new one is the correct process. You may have inbound links from other sites pointing to the old site, so leaving it in place at this stage is probably a good idea, otherwise those users won't get redirected to your new website. If you old site has a different domain name to your new site, then it may be useful ...


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I searched a lot, and came up with these steps to get rid of the extra CSS and Javascript offered by Blogger, which is hidden from the "Edit HTML" section. Before implementing these, please make sure to save a backup of XHTML code for your blog. Add b:css='false' b:js='false' just after <html. First empty CDATA to make it look like <b:skin&...


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Go to blogger Go to theme Click on edit HTML Press CTRL+F and find body tag Paste the code given above. Paste that code above body <script type='text/javascript'> //<![CDATA[ var uri = window.location.toString(); if (uri.indexOf("%3D","%3D") > 0) { var clean_uri = uri.substring(0, uri.indexOf("%3D")); window.history....


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This is a classic symptom of Google's crawler being blocked by the robots.txt file on your website. Here's Google's help page about it. In short, since the page is blocked, Google cannot crawl it. This means that: Google cannot see the title, so it has to make one up based on links it sees from other websites. This explains why your page's title is weird ...


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I rewrote the following answer, as Mary rightly pointed out that Blogger doesn't support 301 redirects to other websites. Apparently Blogger's 301 redirect option only supports redirects within the same blogger website. The only option here seems to be to add a JavaScript redirect or a meta refresh redirect, the latter of which can be done by putting the ...


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As per Bing documentation: Malware Network Reference - Reference to known malware distribution network detected. This could be via inclusion of an iframe or frame tag, an embedded object, or a script tag. Also important this part: There are two over-arching issue categories: Malware found on the page: the issue is immediately present on ...


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