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    Still Trying to Get Into Adsense to Save Your GAN Acct? Forget it...
    If you have been denied an Adsense acct. w/ your current Google Affiliate Network site and thought you could do a quick new site to get approval then link the two -- you are probably too late. According to the Adsense Forum -- which is not answered EVER by Adsense employees -- getting website approval into Adsense is running a month behind. So that means, regardless, you will lose your current GAN account.

    That's what happens when dealing w/ a company who could care less about actually helping people.

    Maybe someone knows a work-around for those trying to do this??

    Personally I pulled GAN links over a month ago and have seen growth from all my other networks except for SAS. Still can't figure that one out....

    Good luck to all the 1-percenters (Adsense/Gan rejects) trying to find solutions to this really sucky new GAN policy - but your time is running out.

    It seems you would most likely get better use of your time by developing non-gan relationships at this point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leeann
    According to the Adsense Forum -- which is not answered EVER by Adsense employees -- getting website approval into Adsense is running a month behind. So that means, regardless, you will lose your current GAN account.
    That would also mean that any prospective new GAN publisher will need to wait at least that long to get their GAN/AdSense account approved. By that time they can be set up and running with every other network and have all the competitor sites listed. GAN merchants will once again be punished for Google's ineptness.

    GAN approval should be seperated from AdSense. It's just that simple and Google doesn't care. Their policies hurt publishers and hurt merchants.

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    The easiest way to get an Adsense account was always to open a Blogger Blog. You don't even need to have posted anything on it. Keep it simple if you do though.

    Any other site now a days, needs to have existed for over 6 months before they will approve it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KirkMcD
    The easiest way to get an Adsense account was always to open a Blogger Blog. You don't even need to have posted anything on it. Keep it simple if you do though.

    Any other site now a days, needs to have existed for over 6 months before they will approve it.
    That is good information. Thanks Kirk
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