Anyone selling AdSense a/c?

#11
Okay.
Will a new site with 3k visitors a day be approved?
3k visitors per day ni wengi sana, ata naeza kuita mshienzi for doubting yourself. Bora tu it doesn't have useless, spammy content, na pia preferably you should have earned those visitors through organic means. If you paid those Russian and Asian click farms to send visitors to your site, sahau mambo ya Adsense.
 

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#12
3k visitors per day ni wengi sana, ata naeza kuita mshienzi for doubting yourself. Bora tu it doesn't have useless, spammy content, na pia preferably you should have earned those visitors through organic means. If you paid those Russian and Asian click farms to send visitors to your site, sahau mambo ya Adsense.
Omwami mimi si mshenzi saaana.
Reason I "doubt" is the source of traffic. I have a page with 80k+ fans and that's where most visitors come from. The site is just 55 days old and so organic traffic is very negligible as you might expect.
As you have pointed out, Google is known to turn down sites not having significant organic visitors for its AdSense program.

Ama you have a contrary opinion omwami?
 
#13
Omwami mimi si mshenzi saaana.
Reason I "doubt" is the source of traffic. I have a page with 80k+ fans and that's where most visitors come from. The site is just 55 days old and so organic traffic is very negligible as you might expect.
As you have pointed out, Google is known to turn down sites not having significant organic visitors for its AdSense program.

Ama you have a contrary opinion omwami?
If the page you're sending traffic from covers the same niche as your website then I don't see a problem. Shida ni sending clicks to a beauty website for example, from a sports page, haziambatani. Uzuri wa Google even if they reject your Adsense application, they'll give you reasons and advice on when you should attempt the next application, so I don't see the harm in trying. Hiyo kusema "my site is just 55 days old", hiyo huwa myth. Google is mainly interested in high quality traffic, so if you can deliver it, even a 1 month old site will receive an Adsense account.
 

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#14
If the page you're sending traffic from covers the same niche as your website then I don't see a problem. Shida ni sending clicks to a beauty website for example, from a sports page, haziambatani. Uzuri wa Google even if they reject your Adsense application, they'll give you reasons and advice on when you should attempt the next application, so I don't see the harm in trying. Hiyo kusema "my site is just 55 days old", hiyo huwa myth. Google is mainly interested in high quality traffic, so if you can deliver it, even a 1 month old site will receive an Adsense account.
Got you and thanks. Will apply and update
 
#18
Omwami mimi si mshenzi saaana.
Reason I "doubt" is the source of traffic. I have a page with 80k+ fans and that's where most visitors come from. The site is just 55 days old and so organic traffic is very negligible as you might expect.
As you have pointed out, Google is known to turn down sites not having significant organic visitors for its AdSense program.

Ama you have a contrary opinion omwami?
Google doesn't care where you get your traffic. As long as they are real people not bots.

Adsense approval has very little to do with the amount of traffic you are getting. You can apply with 10 views per day and get it.
What they check is the quality and amount of content. You can't just copy paste words from elsewhere.
As for amount, it needs to be just enough so their bots can match them with the right ads. Just a few articles of proper length should be enough. Like 500 words each.

If you're comfortable with your content, you need to include a privacy policy. And this is not just writing some nonsense words. There are templates online. It has to mention that you will be serving Google ads.

Tick all those boxes and you will be approved in less than 3 days.
 
#19
I've sent you a message via WhatsApp
Did you already buy?
This is a hopeless endeavour.
If what you are trying to avoid is Google approval, you are in for a rude shock.
Nowadays every site must be manually reviewed before it can show adsense. Even when you already have an existing adsense account.
So you would rather apply for yourself anyway.
 

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