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    How Many Posts Required ?

    How many posts are required for adsense account ? Is it mandatory to have traffic on your site ?

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    Your first AdSense site will be reviewed by the AdSense team or the AdSense spider before it is approved. It must be a good site with good quality articles focused on a topic. Crappy sites are generally not approved.

    I don't think you need to have traffic for the approval.

    It is very hard to make money with AdSense unless you get a lot of traffic to a site. Most people do not click on ads.

    AdSense policies: a beginner's guide

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    If you get caught breaking the rules, they will close your account and confiscate your earnings.
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    Same question has been asked in gosh knows how many other forums for the past 5 years or so.
    So with first post, the OP asked the same question.
    Think he is just trying to see if he could get a signature file by posting something.

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    A common robotic spam has a space before the question mark, but in natural sentences there is no space. It's almost as common as "Dear" being used to address somebody in a spam comment/email IMO.

    I understand how this comes about from a simple script that generates question sentences from an array and joins the words up with a space after the word and finally adds the question mark. It's really bad beginner-level programming. But I guess that they make money doing it? - notice the lack of the space before my ? - oh, I found a legit way to add a space

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    ANd I doubt that the OP will ever come back as probably does not remember registering at this forum.
    Or if it does, to ask another dumbass question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    Your first AdSense site will be reviewed by the AdSense team or the AdSense spider before it is approved. It must be a good site with good quality articles focused on a topic. Crappy sites are generally not approved.

    I don't think you need to have traffic for the approval.

    It is very hard to make money with AdSense unless you get a lot of traffic to a site. Most people do not click on ads.

    AdSense policies: a beginner's guide

    Prohibited Content

    If you get caught breaking the rules, they will close your account and confiscate your earnings.
    Thanks for detail reply.What is your suggestion either adsense is good or affiliate marketing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAP Online View Post
    Thanks for detail reply.What is your suggestion either adsense is good or affiliate marketing ?
    At one time AdSense was very good as part of an affiliate marketing mix. However, AdSense is directly dependent upon the amount of human traffic to a site and the percentage that look at the ads. The percentage of clickers appears to be diminishing. People become oblivious to advertising over time.

    If you have good sites that get lots of traffic, you can probably earn more money through AdSense than with any of the similar systems. Keep in mind that Google will shut down your account and confiscate your earnings if you do not follow their rules.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    There is no set rule as to the minimum of posts or amount of content per se. You can have 2 or 3 posts and if they are good and useful to the target audience, then Adsense will likely approve you. You can also have 100s of posts which are useless and Google will not approve you.
    I am also a writer for Serpholic Media. You can find some of my articles here: Serpholic Media Blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    ANd I doubt that the OP will ever come back as probably does not remember registering at this forum.
    Or if it does, to ask another dumbass question.
    I've seen most of these people in different forum sites and I'm not surprised if the thread is a product of Google Translate. They are like monkeys climbing in different trees.

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