How to Get AdSense Approval For Your New Blog
Every new blogger wants to monetize their blogs with Adsense, and many of them fail because of the strict Google Adsense policies.
The good news is: If you follow some basic rules and maintain your blog like a real business from the starting of your blog, you’ll definitely get Google AdSense approval with your new blog.
In this post, you’re going to see some Google Adsense approval tricks and the essential things you must do before applying for Google Adsense.
Let’s dive right in!
How Much Traffic is Required for AdSense Approval?
There is no actual traffic minimum to apply to AdSense. The number of visitors is not a factor of Google Adsense approval. Like other ad networks, they don’t have minimum traffic thresholds you need to meet.
Even though Google says the number of traffic isn’t a Google Adsense approval factor, according to various bloggers out there, there is a unanimous agreement that traffic matters.
After all, if you don’t have a decent amount of traffic, you’re not going to make much money from your blog.
So, if you’re a beginner blogger you could use Pinterest (or other social media platforms) to get targeted traffic to your blog and work on SEO to get free organic traffic from Google.
Things You Must Do Before Applying for Google AdSense
1. Write High-Quality Content
Don’t fill your blog with plagiarized articles. Write some unique, valuable, engaging, and high-quality content for your targeted audience.
Write in-depth and well-optimized blog posts with above 500-600 words.
Also, Adsense will not approve your application if you write Adsense prohibited content.
So, make sure your blog has some high-quality content before you apply for Google Adsense.
2. Make Your Blog Posts SEO Friendly
You should optimize your high-quality blog content with the Meta title and description tag.
Google Adsense may use their crawler bots to check your complete site because it’s not possible for the Adsense team to visit and review hundreds of websites that have applied for Adsense approval.
If you are using WordPress, install the free Yoast SEO plugin to optimize your blog content for search engines easily**.**
3. Write Sufficient Blog Posts
Although the number doesn’t matter (what matters is the quality of the content), try to write up to 15 blog posts before you apply for Google Adsense and make sure your blog has sufficient content on every single web page.
4. Create Must-Have Pages
There are some pages which your blog must have before you apply for Google Adsense.
5. Make Sure You’re 18+
Adsense Terms and Conditions clearly notify that they only accept applications from applicants who are over 18.
If you’re under 18, you can ask your parents or guardian and sign up for Adsense using their information.
6. Ensure You Don’t Use Copyrighted Images
Adsense doesn’t approve blogs if they noticed copyrighted contents.
Maybe you’re using copyrighted images without taking permission from the owner. Keep in mind that it’s illegal and harmful to your business.
So, make sure you’re using images by taking permissions, or you’re using copyright free images on your blog.
7. Design a User-Friendly and Professional Looking Blog
You should design a user-friendly site with a clear navigation menu to help your visitors find important pages.
Also, make sure your blog is professionally designed and responsive to improve user experience.
If you’re using WordPress, you can easily design a professional-looking blog using a WordPress theme.
Applying for Google Adsense
After maintaining a blog by following all the tips mentioned above, you can apply for Google Adsense and quickly get Adsense approval for your new blog.
To apply for Adsense, go to the sign up page for Google Adsense and apply by entering your website details, contact information, etc.
When applying for Google Adsense, keep in mind that you are using your real name, an actual address, and a correct payee name.
Google Adsense Approval Process
Once you have signed up for Google Adsense, you need to add Adsense codes to your blog. Ads will show as blank until the final approval process doesn’t finish. It may take up to 1 or 2 weeks for the final review and approval.
After the final Adsense approval, you will get a confirmation email saying that ‘The site “yoursitename.com” is now ready to show Adsense ads.’
Now you can add more ads to your site. Within a few hours, you’ll begin to see relevant ads and can start earning money from your Adsense approved blog or website.
Once your earning reaches $10, Adsense will mail you an address verification PIN to the address. Login to your Adsense account and enter the PIN.
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