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Get Google AdSense Approved at First Chance!

Profile photo of Niladri Chatterjee Submitted by Niladri Chatterjee August 22, 2015

Well, to be straight, earning money can be a pain in the bum. Few bloggers can’t even make enough bucks to cover their hosting costs! If you have a decent traffic, you can exploit it to earn some bucks on the go. Money Mouth

One way to do that is putting advertisements in your blog. But searching advertisers can be tough enough. So you better put it on autopilot mode. And Google AdSense is best in it.

Let’s keep it simple. AdSense is an online advertising service provided by Google. They put ads in your blog/site and pay you when you get clicks in those ads. The whole process goes like this –

  1. You create a blog or website
  2. Put some awesome content in it.
  3. Apply for AdSense.
  4. Buy a fresh tuna-fish-cake and enjoy it (optional).
  5. Smart people from Google reviews your blog.
  6. If they like it, they’ll approve your request.
  7. Party time.

It’s kind of like proposing the most beautiful girl in your college. You’re always unsure of what’s gonna come next.

There’s nothing I can do about getting a yes from her. But, what I can do is, I can help you out getting a yes from Google AdSense! And that at the first chance. Okay, so let’s stop cracking the jokes and go straight down to the lane and get approved in AdSense.

 

Okay, So How to Get Approved in AdSense at the first chance.

I’m gonna add no extra clutter. Here’s a list of things you need to do before applying to Google AdSense.

 

1. Buy a domain name.

This is damn important. I once had a blogspot blog with no custom domain name. It had almost 60 blog posts and other relevant pages. But when I applied, I got disapproved. Reason of disapproval: not enough posts. Anyway meanwhile I bought a domain name, wrote 5 more posts and re-applied. And Boom!! It was a yes from AdSense.

Actually AdSense has gone pretty tough with approvals and only approving blogs that are actually professional. So no matter which blogging platform you’re in, do not apply with your default sub-domain like xyz.wordpress.com or xyz.blogspot.com. Buy your own domain like xyz.com and apply.

While most of the blogs without own domain get disapproved, this doesn’t mean that all blogs without domain would be rejected. But for that you gotta have really really high quality goods in your site.

P.S. If your blog is from Indian subcontinent or China, the domain name should be at least 3 months old to get approved (isn’t always mandatory, though).

 

2. Install a Professional Looking Elegant Template.

Your websites must look professional. So install some simple, smart and elegant template. Do not add extra clutter, installing tons of widgets, social buttons, subscribe boxes and blah blah. It just blows up the taste. The content area should be wide enough. Font should be readable. To be precise, a reader should have a comforting feeling while reading or doing stuffs in your site.

 

3. Add Important Pages.

You need to add a few important pages such as Contact, About, Privacy Policy and Sitemap. This makes your site professional. And you’ll hardly get approved without them.

 

4. Eliminate Sensitive Stuffs.

Remove or modify posts or pages that encourage hacking, cracking, child sex, abuse or any other things that your mama would like you not to engage with. These are against Google AdSense policy. Even if you get approved, at later times whenever they find these contents in your blog, they’ll immediately terminate your account. So keep a safe distance, always.

 

5. Remove Other Ad Networks:

Consider a situation. Sam already has a girlfriend and he’s proposing to someone else. Does Sam has a minimum chance of getting yes? I don’t think so. The same goes for AdSense. So it’s not kind of a good practice to apply for AdSense while you already have ad networks active in your blog.

 

6. Make Your Blog Indexed in Search Engines.

Your blog should be visible in search engines, at least on Google. For that you need to submit your blog to the search engines. A blog with zero SEO won’t easily make its way to AdSense

 

7. Awesome Content and a tons of them.

This is the most important thing you need to care about. The content. To be precise, if you have a nice blog, you’ll need at least 35-50 posts (obviously depending upon the factors mentioned above). But always prioritize quality over quantity. You won’t get an approval with crappy content, even if you have hundreds of them. And your blog should always have hundred percent unique content. Copy-pasting is history.

 

Last Words,

To precise the whole article in a single line, your blog should make sense to AdSense. That’s all you need to get approved in AdSense.

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13 Responses to “Get Google AdSense Approved at First Chance!” Leave a reply ›

  • Profile photo of Sherman Smith Profile

    Hey Niladri,

    I guess I’m one of the lucky ones, but then again I had more than 35 posts on my blog. It was quite easy for me to get approve, but I’ve heard of others who had a challenging time with Adsense.

    But these are some great tips to follow. And I do highly recommend in getting a self hosted domain. Not just for adsense, but overall since it makes it convenient for you to not jump through hoops to optimize it.

    Thanks for the share Niladri! Have a great day!
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  • Profile photo of Sunday William Profile

    Indeed, for Google to give you approval of its ads, there is need for your blog to make sense to adSense. This is a creative way of summing up the points shared in this post.

    Google is stiff with approval of adSense these days hence it becomes necessary to seek out for what it takes to get instant approval.

    Luckily, for those who don’t know, the ideas shared in this post will give them heads-up for online veritable success.
    Sunday William recently posted…FB Lead Control: Facebook Formula That Will Allow You To Easily Generate A Minimum of 50-100+ Leads PER DAY On Complete Autopilot In ANY NicheMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Mann Ronnie Profile

    Hi Niladri!

    great post!

    I guess you are right that it’s good to have a domain name and the ones with WordPress.com and blogspot.com dosent get approved easily.

    I am fairly new to blogging and still reading ways to improve my blog. I am sure the information you shared would help me keep in mind the essentials before I go ahead and apply for Adsense.

    Another important thing I learned is to give your site a professional look by adding some important pages.

    Will surely apply your tips to my blog and hope it works wonders for me too.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Mann Ronnie
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  • Profile photo of Kevin Ross Profile

    Good post. In other words, do the necessary things to make your blog or site genuine, and not a site made just for adsense with few low quality posts. Instead, make a good site, with good content, good layout, good traffic, and you get approved. That’s common sense of course but most of us don’t use common sense, that’s why reading this post should help. Thanks for sharing.

  • Profile photo of David Hartshorne Profile

    Hi Niladri

    I liked your sense of humour in your writing…
    but aside of that these tips to get approved look very sensible!

    I’ve not applied for Google AdSense or any other ad network yet, but I’m certainly thinking about applying in the next few months.

    Thanks for your advice here…and don’t let me interrupt your tuna fish cake :-)

    – David
    David Hartshorne recently posted…How To Sell Your Own Software ProductMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Nikhil Kumar Saini Profile

    Hi Niladri,

    You submitted some great tips to get approved the AdSense account. I have a great experience. I got the approval within 2 days of application submission.

    I was following all the things that you have mentioned in this post. Google adsense is number one revenue sharing program and for most of the bloggers, a great source of income.

    I am happy by reading this article. You shared the great tips for bloggers or site owners facing issues in AdSense approval.

    :)
    Nikhil Kumar Saini recently posted…I Am Revealing The Biggest Shocking Truth of IM Industry. I Dare You To Prove Me Wrong.My Profile

  • Profile photo of Marco Reeves Profile

    Handy tips you’ve provided Niladri.

    I haven’t submitted my application yet but will be sure to do everything you’ve listed here prior to doing so.

    One question though, what’s a sitemap page?
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  • Profile photo of Celine Profile

    Hey Niladri,

    It is important that one gets first chance approval with Google Adsense. You are right in this comment – your blog should make sense to AdSense. If there is any sense in Google Adsense, then it becomes important to get easy approval. Thanks for sharing these tips!

  • Profile photo of Sarah John Profile

    I think it is more difficult to get approval from Google in its Adsense program than before. Complying with its user agreement is more important than before.
    Good content, quality links and good traffic are factors that could lead to easy approval. So, one must be mindful of these!

  • Profile photo of James Ling Profile

    I have a friend whose Google Adsense application has not being approved after one year of blogging.

    I guess there are things he is not doing well.

    One of the things I found after analyzing his content is lack of quality content. Most of the content he has shared are crappy. I think making adjustment on these would help in twisting Google’s mind with it.

  • Profile photo of Paul Profile

    There are requirements before Google can approve adsense applications. One of these include ensuring your domain is at least 3 months old. However, showing that the website or blog is a hub of value would inspire speedy approval for the search engine!

  • Profile photo of Winford Moore Profile

    Hi Niladri,

    Google Adsense would be an obvious choice for someone who want to learn how CPC marketing works or who want to know how they can monetize their their blog.

    These days, its pretty not the best choice for many people.

    There are so many monetization options and you can actually make the most from them.

    Well, for those still interested in Google Adsense, I think your tips should come handy!

  • Profile photo of Black Profile

    If one has as first chance Google Adsense approval, that would be cool. However, it doesn’t work automatic.

    Google needs to be satisfied with your input and blog traffic before approval.

    So, the very best thing before speedy approval is to play by the rules of Google!

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