Buy Cheap Smartphones

Subscribe For Our Blog Updates via Email Free

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Easiest way to Get Google Adsense Approval 2018-UPDATED

Google AdSense is among the oldest Ad networks and yet, still the best for Advertisers and publishers because of their credibility.
The dream of almost each and every blogger is to start earning with his/her blog.
Google adsense application approved

There are so many ways which a blogger can earn with his blog but advert placement is the most popular and easiest of all.
To start advertising on your blog, you will need to apply to an ad network as a publisher and after you have been approved, you can then place the advert code and start earning on your blog.
There are three ways which you can earn with adverts on your blog. You can either earn Per Click(CPC Ads), per thousand Impressions(CPM Ads) on adverts or per action(CPA).
Google AdSense specializes in CPC ads and AdSense pays between 0.2$-$1 per click on ads. 
The best part is that AdSense displays ads which are relevant to your site content.
After knowing all the above, I believe you now want to sign up for AdSense and start earning immediately, but Google AdSense does not work like that. After sign up, your account will then be reviewed and if your blog has the necessary requirements, you will be approved other wise, your application will be disapproved.
Google AdSense has so many requirements which not every new blogger knows about and that is the main reason why you keep on getting your AdSense application disapproved.

 See some AdSense requirements for blog approval.

1.  Have sufficient / acceptable site content:

Sufficient content

Your website should have enough text on for Google specialists to review.
Google gives a lot of value and attention to the content of the blog before accepting it. If the content is poorly written and has grammatical mistakesGoogle will reject the blog right away.
Not only the content needs to be grammatically correct, it must be unique and has to provide value to the users and readers of the blog. So the number one reason is the poorly written content on your blog.
Make sure your blog posts are at least more than 500 words because there are higher possibilities that a lengthy post gives more information.
Make sure you use punctuation and paragraphs the right way because AdSense only accepts blogs with higher traffic potential and a blog with badly structured content is an exception.

2. No Third Party Ads or Programs:

Third party ads

Before applying to AdSense, make sure you don’t allow or place any other third party banner ad code on your website. Google (employees) will strictly look into your website manually and they hate seeing some third party ads installed on your website. Stay away from Infolinks, Chitika, Yahoo Ads or any other third party network to get the first impression clean on your website. Make sure you put only the fresh content and some regular widgets on the website.
Third party ads will give AdSense an impression that you are earning from your blog and since you have already been earning with other third-party ads, what is the need of them approving your application?
Also, be careful with popup ads. Google AdSense can disapprove you for too many popups on your blog because this can affect your user experience a lot.
Also, stay away from affiliate links such as hosting programs, Amazon affiliates, Clickbank or any other until your account is approved.

3. Get a Top Level Domain:

Top level domain

Gone are those days when people would get AdSense account with free sub domains site like Blogspot, Weebly etc. Google still approves sub domains site, but you have to make sure that your site has good contents, nice design, easy navigation etc.
It’s really tough to make sub domain sites compatible with AdSense standards. Google has already banned some sub domains site like .co.cc, .co.nr.
So I suggest you to grab a top-level domain like me (kibdo.Com.ng). .com, .Com.ng, .net, .org, .in, .com.bd etc are the top-level domains. Here is an example to understand the difference.
Free Sub domain:
Top Level Domain:

4. Important Pages:

Important pages

Google wants to know your identity before you sign up for their AdSense program. So make sure you create the following pages on your website as soon as possible.
Privacy Policy, Disclaimer Policy, Terms of Usage, Contact Us, About Us, (Write your name and address through which you applied the AdSense account)
In the about us section, clearly mention who you are, and what is this website made for, what is the benefit people get out of your website? The more clear, the better the chances of your approval. Keep your spelling mistakes, grammar and punctuation clear when you do this.
For the Contact, us page, make sure you make it clear and easy for users to contact you by adding a contact us form.

5. Check Your Traffic Sources:

Blog traffic source

Google hates the sites that are getting paid traffic and mostly penalizes them so there is not a damn chance of getting approved by AdSense for a site that is getting paid traffic. You can bring traffic from search engines or any other way you want but if you want to earn via Google AdSense the right way, paid traffic is not a solution.
Also, note, that Google does not accept site which gets traffic from illegal sources. So focus on getting traffic from legal sources like social media, search engines, and related blogs.

6. Improve Your Blog Design:

Blog template design

As mentioned earlier, your blog design matters a lot. It should be professional and not like a messy photo gallery. A clean, professional and fast-loading design is appreciated by Google.
When you visit a website what’s the first thing you look for? It’s blog design.
You’ve to build a good first impression on your blog readers to engage them.
Your blog design is the biggest thing after content. This represents your expertise, experience, and professionalism. It should have the following features:
Simple and professional, Easy to navigate,
Proper menus, No useless items in sidebar or footer, Search engine friendly and Fast loading
If you are using WordPress, there are thousands of free and paid themes out there and in case you can't customise it yourself, you can find someone who can help you customise it on Fiverr and for Blogspot users, you can easily find free and paid blogger themes.
So be careful because anything can kill your chances of getting approved by AdSense.
There are thousands of websites who provide free professional looking themes for your blog. All you need to do is to search for them.
If you followed these steps and kept on  having your AdSense application disapproved by google, your domain might have been blacklisted by google so the only option you have it to change your domain or go for one of the 5 Best Google AdSense Alternatives
Over To You:
Have you been having your applications disapproved, Drop your blog link below and lets Check for any possible fault.

No comments:

Post a Comment