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1/1/18
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Abhi patil

Ads not showing on my blog

I have entered a code on HTML/Java script gadget and apply it on blog but ads are not showing on my blog please help
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1/1/18
Expert - Gold
irsah
Hi Abhi...


Can you share your blog URL & the exact location on where you have added your custom codes using the HTML/Javascript gadget?



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1/1/18
Original Poster
Abhi patil
https://marathitechnonews.blogspot.in/
Ans I added add on the right hand side over the email subscription
1/1/18
Expert - Gold
irsah
Are you about to apply for Adsense or using an existing Adsense account?

For Adsense to work, your blog must be eligible to participate. Currently it is not, not enough unique contents, blog not active for 6 months (in some countries).

You need to wait until your blog is 6 months or later with unique hand written quailty contents, adhere Adsense Polices before you apply for Adsense from your dashboard "Earnings" panel.

More in this by Adsense Help pages -- Please read each one of the pages below...


Until all of the above achieved, continue to publish posts regularly, share your posts with your followers and engage with your audience. Continue to improve your contents then re apply to participate.


Regards
+irsah
1/1/18
Expert - Gold
MartinS Blogger
Your blog is very new and has only 8 posts.

Posts must also be entirely original.

Your blog is not eligible for consideration for an Adsense account as of yet.

 
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