But as you know, it’s not an easy task to get approved for a new account. Your website or Blog should comply with the Adsense. I know you have read so many articles on How to Get approved Google Adsense quickly or something like that. Every post you read will tell you to create the High Quality content, Website Design traffic etc.
But you have already done these things and still you are wondering that why your Adsense account is not getting approved by google. Is google your enemy ? OR they don’t want to include you in the Adsense program. There is nothing like that.
Google also needs the website that can make money for you as well as for themselves. That’s why google has set some terms and condition for the Adsense program.
I can bet the tips I’m going to share with you, will definitely work to get approved an Adsense account genuinely. Today I am giving a comprehensive guide for Adsense. All you need to do is follow the guidelines.
Step by Step Guide to get an Adsense Account
Top Level Domain
Google will always appreciate a Top Level Domain. The domain with extension .com, .Net or any country level domain likes .In or .us are considered as Top level Domain. Never apply with the subdomain of a site. Use a .com or .Net domain to set up your Blog / website.
Create atleast 10 -15 informative articles which has at least 500 words in each of the article. Never apply if you are having less number of posts in the blog. Your total word count of the blog should be at least 6000.
That’s why most of the bloggers has written to create the quality article. The main motive to create the quality content is to have a sufficient word count in the site.
Accessibility of All articles
Your each article should be reachable at least one point. That means your site should have the proper navigation and menu for the user. So that the visitors of your blog can find what they are looking for.
The best way is to create an HTML sitemap for user that contains all the articles linked to it.
Links Present at the site
This is the most important thing that you should care about. If you are careless about links that are present in the site, you will be told that your site doesn’t comply with Adsense. And this is the most common reason why Adsense is not approved.
Let’s dive into the deep. Some time when we use some free themes, the theme vendors embed their link in the footer or in a hidden place where we are not able to see the link. They do so to get backlinks for their work.
Always try to find out the external links that are irrelevant to the blog and remove them. Most of the time, the links are present in the bottom as footer links. Remove them and check if any other external link present in any of the articles. After removing the links, apply for Adsense.
Your Blog should have a decent amount of Search Engine traffic to tell the Google that you can generate revenue from the site. Obviously Adsene requires the huge traffic to make money from it. Try to maintain at least 100 visits per day for the blog. I applied to myself when I was having 70-80 visits per day.
Don’t Use Other Ad Networks
Adsense don’t want to have a competitor ad network on your blog. If you are using another network ads, remove them before applying on Adsense. However you can use them when your Adsense account is fully approved.
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Common Issue Raised by Google and their Solution
#1. Copyright Material
This Issue indicates that you have created the article which is containing some copyright material. The copyright content may be the audio file, image or any document file that you are offering for download from the site. Never do that.
#2. Insufficient Content
Your site may have insufficient content. That means there are less number of texts on the site. Adsense provides is contextual and text based ads.
So to overcome this issue you will need to have at least 10 – 12 posts of 500 or above words in order to apply for Adsense. Remember that the article you will write should informative and proves to be useful for the other people.
#3. Site Doesn’t Comply
The one is the most common issue in Adsense. This issue mostly generated by the external links present on your site. Google will never want you to have the external footer links to the sites. We have discussed above it already.
#4. Payee Name and Details Matched
Exceptional cases are everywhere. This is what happened to me. My Payee Name , even the email I submitted for the Adsense was matched with another Adsense holder.
I talked to that person and he was using the Adsense already with the same details [Address was different]. So try to avoid the match and apply with unique email address.
Though form just the guide , your account will not get approved, You will have to work smartly to approve your adsense account. If you have written so many posts, then check each post for the external links and apply.
I am sure you will definitely get some benefits from this post. Let me know about your thought and don’t forget to share this article with the fellow friends.