How to fix low value content in AdSense?
What is low value content?
Low-value content is anything you’ve written, posted, or shared that isn’t helping—and may even hurt—your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and rankings.
The Ways to solve this (Low-Value content) problem.
1. Change your website / blog logo.
2. Change the theme of your website.
3. Increase the size of the title of each of your posts.
4. Use tags on every post on your site.
5. Index all posts on your site to Google.
How much content do you need for AdSense?
Google Adsense told that we must have sufficient contents in every single web page. So, we should add contents in all pages and categories. There shouldn’t be any blank page without any content. And these posts have to pass the minimum length of 500-600 words as it is the best blog post length.
How much traffic is good for AdSense?
There is no actual traffic minimum to apply to AdSense and be accepted. They don’t have minimum traffic thresholds you need to meet, like other ad networks. That said, however, if you don’t have a decent amount of traffic, you’re not going to make much money.
Is my website eligible for AdSense?
Do you have your own unique and interesting content? Your content must be high-quality, original, and attract an audience. Read our tips to make sure your site’s pages are ready for AdSense. Note: It’s important that you can access the HTML source code of the site you submit for AdSense.
How to identify Low-Value Content?
Bounce rate: A high bounce rate may indicate performance issues within your content, such as broken links or slow load times.
Broken links: Content with broken links may hurt the user experience.
Content length: Any piece of content under 300 words may be “thin,” meaning it doesn’t provide enough information to make it valuable to users.
Conversion rates: Low conversion rates on pages or within content meant to encourage visitors to complete an action may signal low value.
Competing content: Pieces trying to rank for the same keywords may benefit from combination or reworking to provide one source with more information.
Duplicate content: Nearly identical Pages may hurt SEO because they don’t provide something unique to visitors.
Old content: Content older than a year can benefit from fact checks, broken link checks, and information updates to keep it accurate and relevant for readers.
Page views: Low page views and low unique page views may mean people aren’t finding or looking at your content.