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How to Solve Google Adsense’s Low-Value Content

by Rosan Pandey 4 months ago in how to

How to Solve Google Adsense’s Low-Value Content

How to Solve Google Adsense’s Low-Value Content
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As a publisher who plans to monetize your website, the higher chances are you know about the Google AdSense program. Google AdSense is a very popular program used by online publishers to monetize their content.

After spending a lot of time creating your site, you may feel ready to apply for AdSense to start earning money with your content.

Unfortunately, you may end up being one of the many publishers whose applications are rejected. Finding rejection in Google AdSense can be very stressful. They will usually not point out exactly what the problem is with your website. Instead, you can find something like this;

“We've detected a certain violation of your site which means your site isn't ready to show ads yet. Low-cost content; Your site does not meet the terms of use of the Google publisher network. For more information, update the following resources… ”

In this article, I will share tips for resolving this issue so that your site is approved. I must say, however, that these tips are based on my Google AdSense application experience. I was denied my site three times before I understood what they wanted from me, and I was finally approved. I have studied hard, but it is not necessary.

What does it mean for low-value content?

This is the greatest mystery. From my experience, the problem is not the number of articles or pages on your site. It doesn't even matter how much you carry (yes, traffic is good on your site).

With low-cost content, they say, some or all of the content on your site is not real and probably portable. Or, it does not provide details about anything new that does not exist. In other words, your content doesn't seem to give value to Google users.

The good news is that Google does not specify the minimum content or a minimum number of visitors required for AdSense approval.

What they want is the quality of the content and the user experience of site visitors.

Therefore, to solve the problem of low-value content, I suggest the following;

1. Take the time to read and understand their content policies

This is basic but very important. If you want to succeed with AdSense, you need to familiarize yourself with its policies and content. Otherwise, you will continue to apply and continue to be rejected if your content violates any of their policies. You can find Google Publisher Policies here.

The rejection message usually contains links to Google resources that should help you understand the quality of content needed in the best user experience for your site's visitors.

Try to understand Google Publisher Policies

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My advice is that you should take the time to read and understand the information provided in those resources as it will help you improve your content to meet their standards. If you find that your site is licensed without understanding the required standards, the higher chances are you will violate their lower standards and your site will not be accepted.

2. Modify your content to meet their minimum requirements

Once you are familiar with their content policies, the next step is to modify your content. Do not redesign your site for consideration without making the necessary changes.

From my experience, you do not need to publish new content before you can re-post. When I first received the rejection, I thought that adding more articles to my blog would solve the low-cost content problem. It didn't work, and I got another frustrating rejection.

I have decided that I will not publish a new article until I understand what the problem is. I did not write new articles before re-applying. I focused on my ability to learn what they meant by low-cost content and it had positive results. When I remove content that does not meet the required standards, my site is approved.

While it is important to have a large amount of content, it is not about the number of articles. It speaks of quality, personality, and user experience.

3. Publish original content

Your site must have original content. When using a blog, your articles should be your thoughts and ideas. If possible, try to have original images. If you are blogging on a popular topic and have many articles already published, make sure your content offers something different. Something your readers won't find on other sites. It can be as simple as a new perspective on a popular topic.

If you are using someone else's work, it should be to emphasize your argument or to clarify a point. Try to identify it correctly or give credit especially for photos. Sites such as Wikimedia Commons and Unsplash offer free images, but they are honorable if you give credit.

Therefore, before re-submitting your site, be sure to change your content so that each article contains original content that benefits Internet users.

4. Avoid twisted content by all means

To spin means to find content that has already been published and rewrite it with a few changes. A common mistake of new publishers is trying to create more articles by scanning pre-published content.

They do this by placing their names while adding important touches that add value. This will result in your site being permanently rejected. As I said earlier, content fraud is high, but not massive.

Before re-submitting your site, review all of your content individually to find articles that serve content and remove it. Creating original content is the only way to be successful with AdSense.

5. Remove or minimize broken links

Make sure all internal and external links are working properly. Broken links create a negative user experience for your visitors and expose your site as inactive. Remember that Google is a reputable company. They try their best to associate with sites that demonstrate the technology.

Many free WordPress plugins can help you find and manage broken links. A broken link scanner for example is free and easy to use even for beginners.

6. Trim pages with minimal missing content

Delete pages with less content. This includes door pages. Adsense will be looking at pages with high-quality content where it can display relevant ads. Having too many pages with too little content is likely to result in your application being rejected.

Following these tips should help you solve the problem of low-value content. But remember, there may be other reasons for rejecting your application that can be discussed in this article. It is therefore very important to spend some time reading and understanding Google's publisher policies.

My site was rejected more than three times due to low content, but in the end, I understood what I needed to do and was successful. If you have been rejected a few times, I beg you not to give up.

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