Finding out your site is unreachable when you submit it to Google Adsense using the Blogger platform.
I tried different ways to solve the problem I had with connecting my site to Google Adsense and the whole ‘your site is unreachable’ reply I kept getting. Various article posts online took me in different directions and had completely different steps. One site even took me through a bunch of steps which ended up where my site was completely off line and I had to spend around half an hour to an hour researching how to get it back so that the site would work again.
A lot has changed in the 10 years or so since I last used Google Adsense and it was a little bit more complicated to set up than I remember. Or maybe I just got older and forgetful. Either way, things aren’t as easy as they once were.
I was doing this from my blogger account with a custom domain that I had purchased.
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Roughing the Passer is more of a hobby site than anything, but I figured in a world where everything is uncertain…. employment, economy etc…. why not try and monetize it if I am able to. An extra trickle of money from a hobby couldn’t hurt.
But then I found a very simple solution that didn’t have the mountain of complicated steps involved to resolve the ‘your site is unreachable’ problem I was having. Instead it consisted of a few easy steps that I should have probably thought of.
These steps are for those using blogger as a platform.
What to do when Adsense says your site is unreachable.
•The first thing to do is to go to settings on your Blogger.
•Next step is to scroll down to the section that says Publishing.
•Under the Publishing section look where it says ‘Redirect domain’.
•Your redirect domain should show something like this: roughingthepasser.net to www.roughingthepasser.net
•If it doesn’t, click Redirect domain and enter the www. at the start of the domain similar to above.
- Now try submitting your site to Adsense again. It should now work if you have done it correctly. It worked for me with no problems.
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