HOW TO SOLVE GOOGLE ADSENSE VALUEABLE INVENTORY: NO CONTENT PROBLEM?
That error itself shows what you’re lacking on website.
You don’t have enough Content for the ads to be placed on.
If you’ve a blog, try building more quality content and informative content (at least 20 posts preferred) before you apply for AdSense.
Then, build a genuine site structure and your site must have atleast 50 pageviews everyday ( was true for me) it may not be needed if you have quality content.
My site had all above characters, but I didn’t have pageviews. So, I brought 50 page views from here and there, social media stuffs and guess what, I got approved for placing ads.
Getting approved is easy, just follow the basic steps below .
- Build site structure (internal and external links).
- Quality content (20 at least).
- Important pages (about, disclaimer, contact, etc).
- Get some traffic from social or from search engine probably.
- Content shouldn’t be copied, make sure.
Keep the above stuffs in mind, and apply for AdSense.
It could happen for various other reasons.
One of the most common is that the robots.txt file blocks all crawlers. If that’s the case, then the Google crawlers won’t find anything. That is usually fairly easy to fix.
Another possibility is that your site is very new, and has no pages (or only a handful of pages) indexed. Anything less than about forty content-based pages is considered ‘under construction’ by Adsense, or – sometimes – ‘no content’.
Another reason for this rejection is pages that are mainly images rather than text. Adsense is contextual, and relies on full length articles or posts, in high quality grammar, offering new and original content. If you have mostly images or videos, that’s ‘no content’ as far as Adsense is concerned.
Then there are sites which are hidden behind logins, so the bots can’t find any content. And there are some which have right-click disabled – that also means the bots can’t find anything.
There are probably other possible reasons too.