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"THE URL IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR SIGNING UP FOR ADSENSE", Still Didn't Give Up


All these years of my work, my website, my social media channels, etc were about to fall in a second. But I didn't give up. I'll keep trying to get Google Adsense approved no matter what or how long it takes. Blogging without Adsense is something that you don't wanna do unless you're bored.

Never Give Up. -John Cena
Even though, you can't see him but still you need to believe him.


My website was not approved for Google Adsense. All these years, I added a code that was generated by a friend of mine from his account. And he'll pay me my amount. But I thought my website need it's own Google Adsense account and I removed that (friend generated) code. After that, it all happened. I requested twice for Google Adsense and both the requests were rejected for some Bla blah blah reasons. 

Now, I can't even request for Google Adsense with that (www.intechnologyworld.com) domain. Each time I try it repeats the same error "The URL is not available for signing up for AdSense". The website is around 4-5 years old. 

In that lustrum (5 years), Google once approved my request and at that time I didn't have much knowledge about SEO and all those kinds of stuff. At that time, I used to click on the Adsense showing on my website from my relatives' phone. 

It was going well for some days until it froze. I think Google figured out what I did. Aftermath, my revenues were not increasing at all. That was one of the worst movement I ever took.

This month, my team planned a new mission and the mission is to reach 100000 views. I'll be writing a new article about it soon. But just keep that in the backside of your mind. Now I have everything - I've enough writers, weekly more than 4 articles, daily visitors.. but the only thing I don't have is Google Adsense account.

keep trying until you get it

Got a problem? Or struggling to get Adsense approved? Leave a comment below, I'll be responding asap. Let's walk through the journey together

Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much. - Helen Keller 

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