12 Proven ways for GOOGLE Adsense Approval

How to Get your Google AdSense Approval Effortlessly?

Are you troubling to get your Google AdSense approval? Are you getting rejected every time you apply for the Adsense Approval?

Don’t worry, In this article, you are going to learn 12 Easy things to do in your blog which can Effortlessly make you eligible for Adsense.

I promise you are going to get your AdSense approval next time if you follow these things. If you are not in a hurry then you can also read My Adsense Approval Story.

Google AdSense approval process is not that hard, you just need to follow their privacy regulations and you will get your approval.

Many people apply for AdSense Approval without taking care of their regulations which results into rejection.

Your blog must meet with their expectations. So make sure you have more than 8 to 10 unique and useful contents on your blog.

When I get my Adsense Approval I have 13 posts and I get my approval in the second try.

It’s just a matter of design of your blog and the quality of your content. Content must be unique and not copied from other resources.

12 things to keep in mind before applying for Google AdSense Approval

Even though I get my Adsense Approval in the second attempt but I want you to get it in just one try. You will get your Adsense Approval Easily if your blog meets the following criteria.

#1: Write High-Grade Contents For Google AdSense Approval

Always write high quality content, Don’t copy from other and paste it on your blog. Write and structure your blog post orderly so while reading it feels like flowing into the water.

If you copy from other resources Google will automatically know with their plagiarism checker tools. Hence one hundred percent rejection. So make your content plagiarism-free and every content must have at least 600 words.

First Ready Your Blog Before Applying for Adsense:

  • Write High-Quality Contents:
  • Optimize Blog Post with Meta Tags and Make It Search Engine Friendly:
  • Have Sufficient Contents or Posts:
  • Blog Domain Must Old At least 6 Months:
  • Check if Your Blog is Not Blocked by Google:
  • Don’t Have Adsense Prohibited Content:

#2: Add Navigation Menu For Google AdSense Approval

Google AdSense is the best way to maximize your blog’s earning. But to be effective AdSense codes must be displayed in the right places which have a more click-through rate. For example AdSense ads below the navigation menu.

Google AdSense Approval
AdSense Approval

A Navigation menu is the most essential part of your blog. Navigation Menu doesn’t only help your readers to go around on your blog but helpful in AdSense Approval. By taking Navigation Menu as an example, Google understands that how much value you provide to your readers.

Along with this also create menus, categories and installs other important widgets to help your readers to navigate through your blog easily.

Now follow these simple steps

You are here because you already have the Google AdSense account. Let’s proceed.

  1. Assuming you have already customized your AdSense code whether leader board size 728×90 or link ads 728×15 size: Copy the code and save it on a notepad.
  2. Now log on to your WordPress dashboard. Go to the editor and find the header.php file on the editor. Remember to edit the theme you are using.
  3. After locating the header.php file, open it by clicking on it.
    Paste the AdSense code you just copied at the bottom of the header.php file of your theme, just after the header.php code ends.
  4. Now click on to save the file.
  5. If you want to center the ad then you can add tags like Google AdSense code here (but I found this sometimes breaks the theme). No harm in trying. If it breaks don’t center it.

That’s it You’re done. That’s how you can add Google AdSense Ad below the navigation menu, without a plugin.

#3: Add Important Pages

There are zero chances for getting Adsense approval without having About page, Contact page and Privacy Policy. And this is the common reasons for rejection.

About page tells about your blog and authors profile. Also, Add contact page so people can contact you if they have any problem or need any help on your blog.

Privacy Policy reflects how much you serious about your business. Privacy Policy describes to visitors what you are allowed to do on this blog and whats not.

So, create these pages before applying for Adsense. Otherwise, stay ready for rejection.

#4: Blog Design Is Important For Google AdSense Approval

Make your blog user friendly before applying for Adsense. A premium looking and fast loading theme can solve this problem. It can attract a lot of visitors to your blog and also helpful in AdSense approval.

There are many free themes that are simple, clean, and professional-looking which give your blog a professional look for free. So choose a good quality theme that can provide you with all these things.

website design

Jannah is a WordPress magazine theme that’s ideal for earning money from Google AdSense. With 22 Google AdSense optimized website demos to choose from, Jannah is a blogging and magazine theme that should appeal to a wide audience.

Please keep in mind, Google AdSense doesn’t approve blogs with copy-pasted copyright content. A well-optimized blog post should be 100% unique and above 800-1200 words.

The most important thing to have on your blog or site is high-quality original content. A real person reviews your application for approval. So, always write a blog post above this limit and it must be unique which clearly determines the post topic.

#5: Add Meta Description to your Blog

It is an essential part of your blog. A meta description is used to describe why you create this blog and what your readers and expect from it.

A meta description is a snippet which shows in the Google Serps under the title of your blog. It is usually a 155 characters long.

Without this your blog will look like creepy and ugly.

Make your blog have meta description before applying for AdSense.

#6: Index your Blog

Indexing means Google knows about the blog. Before applying for Adsense index your blog in Google using Google Search Console. And make sure every post appears on Google.

You can check whether your blog is indexed or not by Google. Just search site:yourblogurl.com into the search of Google.

  • Related: 8 Amazing Tools in Google Search Console

#7: Number of Posts

It does not matter how many posts you need before applying for Google Adsense. But makes sure you have at latest 10 on your blog. This can decrease the chances of rejection.

I get my approval with 13 posts, but 10 are enough for AdSense approval. But make sure these posts must be unique and well structured and every post must contain at least 1500 words or more.

Many bloggers are still struggling for AdSense approval even they have 100 posts and many get approved with just 3 posts. There only uniqueness and quality matters.

#8: Copyright-Free Images

You are allowed to use as many images on your blog but do not use any image directly downloading from Google. After finding your preferred image check whether it is free or copyrighted. Because this can also create an issue in Adsense Approval.

But you are free to use any images from Pexels, Pixabay, or Canva, whether it’s free or paid. Many images are free as well as free from copyright.

Google AdSense Approval
Google AdSense Approval

I am using images on my blog from these websites and not facing any problem, even they are free.

#9: Avoid using prohibited content

Adsense does not allow copied as well as Prohibited contents. Images that are copyrighted, don’t use them without the permission of the owner of that media.

Also any se*ual content, hacking-related tutorials are banned for getting Adsense approval.

If your blog contains any of these content you have to remove for AdSense.

#10: Custom Domain

custom domain is a unique branded label that’s connected to the IP address of a website. To visit a particular site, you can type its custom domain name into the address bar of your browser.

Myhackersguide’s custom domain, for example, is myhackersguide.com. Domain name registration is required for proprietary reasons.

You can get AdSense approval with a free domain like blogspot.com, as I said in AdSense uniqueness and quality matters. But still, a .com domain has high chances of Google Adsense Approval. So try to use .com, .in domains rather than free.

It is not necessary, but having a custom domain adds up to your probability of getting approval

and talking about AdSense approvals I have started an initiative in which I am helping people get AdSense approval, this included all the necessary measures to be taken and other relevant info.

Keep only these things in mind:

  1. Don’t put adult content in the blog
  2. Try to blog every alternate day (or at least thrice a week)
  3. Don’t infringe the copyright of others
  4. Preferably, blog in English (as algorithms are written in English)
  5. Blog your ideas, your experiences, your views, and your reviews; don’t try copy-paste or other techniques

… and you’ll get an Adsense account in a few days.

#11: Turn on Comment Moderation

Maybe this is the reason for getting a rejection from AdSense in my first attempt and also when you read their policy there is written that your blog’s comment must set to moderation.

Moderation means we need to approve someone’s comment manually before it gets published on our blog.

You can control which comments get held for moderation on your Settings Discussion Screen page, which is located under Settings → Discussion. If you would like every comment to be held for moderation, check the Comment must be manually approved option, listed under Before a comment appears.

So check it and enable it if it’s not.

#12: If Rejected Re-apply

Don’t lose hope after getting a rejection from Google AdSense. There is not any limit on try again, try again, try again. Just find why they reject your application and try to solve it ASAP.

And Re-apply.

Conclusion

Only these things matter in Google Adsense approval. So make sure they must present in your blog before applying for Adsense. And also try to improve your blog speed as it can help in Adsense approval and also in getting ranked into Google.

This will definitely help you.

While we can’t say whether your site would be eligible without fully reviewing your application, there are a few things you can check before applying to see if your site would be a good fit with AdSense.

Do you have a website?

You’ll need one in order to participate. Read our tips for creating great content so you’ll attract users and advertisers to your site.

Are you at least 18 years old?

As noted in our Terms and Conditions, we can only accept applications from applicants who are over 18.

Does your site comply with their program policies?

Check that your site complies with our policies before submitting your application. Keep in mind that we may change our policies at any time, and per our Terms and Conditions, it’s your responsibility to keep up-to-date with them.

Has your site been active for at least six months?

  1. In some locations, including China and India, we require your site to have been active for at least six months before it will be considered.
  2. We’ve taken this step to ensure the quality of our advertising network and protect the interests of our advertisers and existing publishers.
  3. When you’re ready, please submit an application. We’ll review your application and get back to you by email within about a week.

Eligibility for hosted accounts

  1. AdSense works with products such as Blogger and YouTube to allow you to create host partner accounts.
  2. To be eligible for a hosted AdSense account via Blogger or YouTube, you must first meet certain eligibility requirements.
  3. As soon as your blog or channel becomes eligible for monetization via AdSense, you can apply for a new AdSense account and link these products.

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This is for now. Hope this article helps you in getting your Adsense account approved.

If you need any help or any query you can contact me directly, I will definitely help you.

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