10 Tips to Get your AdSense Account Approved
Posted by Susan Hannan | Filed under Google Adsense
Google Adsense is one of the most widely used and popular way of earning money online. However, as the popularity of Google adsense is increasing day by day, the policies of Google are also being modified and we have already seen lots of Adsense account banned. Google has, recently modified its Adsense account policies and have made them more challenging and strict for the applicants.
What is Google Adsense? Well, for those who are really new to the concept of Google Adsense, here is a brief description of Google Adsense: It is, basically, a cost per click contextual program that allows the webmaster to earn income through their blogs and websites. Adsense program is under the supervision of Google family.
Are You Going for Google Adsense?
So, if you are thinking of going for a Google Adsense business, you may have to face quite a tough challenge and may, even, have to try it more than once to get approval. But, obviously, repeated action is going to be a trouble and cause of sure headache for you. So, what are you going to do about it? Have you thought of any effective ways to get your Google Adsense account application approved? Well you no longer have to worry about it, as there are several ways through which you can definitely have better odds of getting the Google Adsense account application approved by Google authorities.
Adsense Account Approval Tips!
If you have already applied to an Adsense account, you may have to face several rejections, unless you employ the correct strategies. Following are few most effective tips that may get you an approval for your Google Adsense account:
Say No To Plagiarism! This is what Google asks for! You need to own a blog or website, which has genuine and original content. Google won’t approve your Adsense account request if they catch you of copied content. To get approval of your Adsense account request you need to own original content, as a policy by Google Inc.
Top Level Domain: Your website must look professional and Sub domain websites not only looks unprofessional but it tells about your non-serious attitude towards blogging.
Domain Age: Now this restriction is only for countries like Pakistan, India and China due to huge amount of fraudulent act. Your blog age must be 6 months or so but this doesn’t mean that if you have a high quality website than they will reject you. Yes they can approve your account before six months but for this you need quality website.
Easy Site Navigation: One thing i can tell you with my experience is that Google love sites which have easy navigation system and at the top of the page. Never try too many experiments and try to mention the most valuable links at the top of your blog. All your blog pages must be accessible from some sort of linking.
Link Baiting: Respect other and other will respect you. If you are picking up some idea or picture from any where than you must credit that site. Now when Google team will check your blog for Adsense approval they will see these credit links and this way you can convey your message to them that you are not a spammer.
Traffic Source: Its better that before applying for Adsense your blog should have 200 to 300 daily organic traffic. If your blog has only traffic from other sources like Facebook than its better to first do some SEO for your blog, bring some search engine traffic and then apply.
Double Check your Residential Address: Google won’t give approval to your Adsense account request, if you provide inaccurate or incomplete information about your home address or other required details.
Apply with same Email Address: Not many people know that they should apply with the same email address mention in the contact details of their domain and it should also to visible to public so that Google knows that rather than just having access you actually own the domain as well.
Apply with same Name on Domain: Very important point is that your domain must be registered with the name for which you are going to apply Adsense account.
Abouts Us and Contact Us Pages: Its very funny that you apply for Google Adsense and your blog don’t have these pages. Look from the Google’s perspective they are going to start a business with you and if your blog don’t have any page through which any body can contact you than its not going to help your cause. Also how can they start a partnership with anonymous people with no identity at all.
Size of the Content Matters: Yes, Google also takes the average size of your website content into consideration. You need to have posts of around 400 words or minimum 300 words.
In addition to the above mentioned tips, you must also carefully read the policies by Google before applying for an Adsense account. Also, Google does not extend its Adsense account service to websites or blog having adult content. The more appropriate content you have, the higher will be your chances of getting approval by Google. So, before applying take some time out to read the Google Adsense policies thoroughly and then, make required modifications.