how to get AdSense approval. The easy guide to quick approval

More than 90% of new bloggers
entering the world’s blogosphere have AdSense in mind. It is one of the most
easiest, trusted and professional way of earning money by showing your passion
towards writing and sharing the knowledge. Google AdSense is trusted by many
advertisers and publishers from the past few years, and usually they never
accept anyone randomly who is trying to apply for an account. You need to show
them the most professional approach of getting your account accepted; else
Google will disapprove your application.

From statistics; Google AdSense
accepts only 3 accounts of every 1000 applications they receive each day. If
you are trying to get onto the account or has been rejected earlier, follow
these simple guidelines to get your own AdSense account in just 3 simple days.
Though these below tips won’t get you the account approved instantly, but will
surely work if you adhere to each step mentioned below.
Before getting started, make sure
you follow these guidelines with deep seriousness; else your application will
be rejected without any further pending approval. Remember that everything
which I mentioned below counts. Don’t compromise on number of posts, own domain,
good design and other metrics, else the chances of rejection is higher at your
end. So here we go, the 15 most important guidelines to follow before applying
to Google AdSense.
easy adsense approval
  • Prohibited
    Website Niches:
Statistics show that your account
will go through a faster approval process if you have more quality articles on
Health, Internet Marketing, Business, Law, Technology, Entrepreneurship,
Travel, Lifestyle and Social Media. Google will take your application as a
serious offense if your website contain any of the prohibited content mentioned
in adsense policy.
  • Minimum
    Posts/Articles/Pages:
If you are using WordPress, make
sure your website/blog has at least 40 quality articles which are not copied
from anywhere else. Your content on the articles should be extremely rich and
make sure you use relevant images where ever required. Try to include two
lengthy articles of 2000 words each, which should be absolutely stunning while
anyone reads them on your website. If you are using HTML website or any other
non CMS version of blog, make sure you have atleast 50 pages on your website in
form or articles or landing pages.
If you miss providing this any of
the above information on your website, Google might reject your application
saying Insufficient Content or Unacceptable Site Content. So make sure they see
enough content on your website before applying the program. The more the
content, the better chances of approval.
  • No
    Third Party Ads or Programs:
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 in 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. I could remember my adsense application
being disabled on review because I  had
lots of ads from other programs on that blog.
It will also be better to stay away
from affiliate links such as hosting programs, Amazon affiliates, Clickbank or
anyother until your account is approved.
  • Website
    Design and User Experience:
Google always want their users to
get the best experience while browsing through any website they refer.
Maintaining a clean design with good navigation and user experience will boost
your chances of getting AdSense approved in the first attempt itself. This is
one of the major guidelines where lot of people miss the basics. Google
believes that if you maintain professional color scheme on your website, the
user might be willing to come back and click on the relevant ads which are
displayed under your content.
So make sure you maintain a neat and
clean design before applying to AdSense. I would recommend you to buy one
professional template anywhere and get it installed on your website without affecting
the loading speed or easy navigation.
  • Google
    Analytics Code:
Adding Google Analytics code on your
website is a trusted factor for the approval. Adding Analytics onto your
website show that you are actively tracking your visitors and is much serious
about the statistics of your users who visit your website. If you haven’t
created one, click here to register the program. Once registered, get your tracking code by
creating new account under the accounts tab and enter your website name, URL
and other required details. Place the code on each page of your website to track
the data instantly.
XML
Sitemap Page: 
Creating a sitemap doesn’t take too
much of your time. If you are using WordPress, I recommend Google XML Sitemaps By Arne Brachhold. And if you are using any other platform,
I recommend you to checkout XML-Sitemaps website for more info. Installing a sitemap on your website
can help search engine bots to index your website faster, which is again a
trust factor to bots about the website trustworthiness.
  • Google/Bing
    Webmasters Verification Page:
Just like Google Analytics, you need
to even verify with Google Webmaster program, which has the complete access to
your website in search perspective. With Google Webmaster Tools, you can track
your website critical errors and fix them on a daily basis. Click here to register and click on “Add a Site” to enter your website URL. Verify
your website ownership through any of the recommended method and complete the
process to keep your account functioning actively.
Also, adding the Bing Webmaster Tools to your website will add more credibility to your domain
that you are serious about the website search visibility. Though this guideline
is pretty easy to perform, many people will get comfortable without knowing the
importance of installing these tools.
Adding these two verifications on
your website code or server will show good results on search visibility as
well.
  • Alexa
    Rank:
Google AdSense considering the Alexa
rank has always been a controversy, as many people disagree that Google doesn’t
care about your global rankings. Trust me, I strongly believe that this is one
of the most important checklist any manual operator checks before even opening
your website statistics. How can anyone quickly judge about a website
performance? The answer is simple, and its Alexa ranking. So make sure you
install the Alexa toolbar and try to boost your alexa ranking.
Note: Before applying to AdSense,
make sure your website’s global Alexa ranking is less than 400K for faster
approval process. Usually the website above this rank is considered to be new
and underestimated that no much data is seen on them.
  • Important
    Pages:
Google wants to know your identity
before you signup to their AdSense program. So make sure you create the
following pages on your website as soon as possible.
  1. Privacy Policy
  2. Disclaimer Policy
  3. Terms of Usage
  4. Contact Us
  5. 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 why 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.
  • Decent
    Traffic: 
Though a lot of portals, forums
mention that Google AdSense doesn’t require any certain amount of pageviews to
approve your account, I still feel and experienced the treatment if you have a
decent traffic. Let your blog age a few weeks (atleast 2 months) before you
rush to apply the AdSense program. I would always recommend you to stay until
your website get a minimum of 50+ visitors per day. If your website is not
getting enough traffic, the chances of rejection will be a bit high.

Having said these; note that everything
discussed above are just to increase your chances of getting approval so, if your
site meet up with at least 70% of the requirements listed above try and submit
an application, your application may be accepted, I’ve seen blogs being
accepted without meeting up to 50%. Good luck!

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