Does the domain name has to do with Ad-sense rejection?

Hi, I was wondering if the name of my domain: has to do with the fact that ad-sense rejected me. I know about the content and the about page, etc, it just that I’m organizing my ideas and see what will be the course of the web, but do you think it has to do with the name?

Some people that I tell the name, they relate it to Al Capone.

elkepon is name that I created from 0 without knowing the existence of Al Capone, any ways… what do you guys think?

Thank you!

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I very strongly doubt that the name itself factored into this decision. Google is a very data driven company and if they block adsense based on domain it would likely be tied very directly to dictionary words or past data related to a term and not to the phonetic pronunciation.

My own experiences with the ad-sense program did not provide a lot of insight on how they make any decisions and It can be easy to think that these decisions are arbitrary or to try and connect them to facts we have on hand but there is likely an algorithm somewhere at google that is using a lot of real hard data to make these decisions.

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