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    Apply for Google Account Via Proxy Site??

    Can i apply for an adsense account for a proxy site??

    I dont know but i have feelings that google will reject my application if i apply for adsense for a proxy site?

    Has anyone tried it and got accepted??
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  2. Not a good idea. I think you have a pretty high chance of getting rejected.

    The easiest way to get adsense is create a blogspot blog and post a few articles over a period of few days then apply

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    Well... I got approved a couple of years ago with a proxy, but things have since changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrilledChicked View Post
    Can i apply for an adsense account for a proxy site??
    You can, but the chances of getting accepted are less. As DomainMagnate suggsted, create a blog, publish some articles, and apply for Adsense. This is how I, and many others got accepted. Simple?
    Need some time to handle deferred joining date by three big IT companies.

    If your work is still pending, I'll soon get in touch.

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    Thanks, I'm working on creating a blog

    One question
    How many days should i wait before i could apply for adsense??
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    Here are the requirements. A website must:

    - Have a Top Level Domain (No subdomains like .blogspot.com)
    - Be at least 6 months of age.
    - Constantly be updated with new content.

    This is only true for the applying domain. I applied with a forum of mine and got in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    Here are the requirements. A website must:

    - Have a Top Level Domain (No subdomains like .blogspot.com)
    - Be at least 6 months of age.
    - Constantly be updated with new content.

    This is only true for the applying domain. I applied with a forum of mine and got in.
    Are these your tips to get accepted faster or are these rules really stated somewhere?

    Greetz
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    I can't seem to find it officially stated anywhere on Google, but I believe this is what they look for (this has been that answer on forums like DigitalPoint and other sites).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    Are these your tips to get accepted faster or are these rules really stated somewhere?

    Greetz
    I haven't seen those on the adsense policies, so must be his tips?

    And you can certainly signup to adsense with a .blogspot.com blog. Since blogger and google are one, you can actually signup for adsense from within the blogger site, using the 'monetize' link on your dashboard. A blogspot blog is probably the easiest way to join adsense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zash View Post
    Here are the requirements. A website must:

    - Have a Top Level Domain (No subdomains like .blogspot.com)
    - Be at least 6 months of age.
    - Constantly be updated with new content.

    This is only true for the applying domain. I applied with a forum of mine and got in.
    There is also definitely no requirement for the domain to be six months of age or to have constantly updated content in order to get approved for Adsense.

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