No matter how many Adsense alternatives we talk about, Adsense is by far one of the best contextual and highest paying ad network for any blogger Or Site owner So Lets Get Started.. 😉
Rules to Follow to Get Approval for Adsense :
#1. Don’t Boost Clicks Artificially.
#2. Don’t Display More than the Allowed Number of Ads on a Page.
#3. Don’t Fill a Page with Ads but No Original Content.
#4. Don’t Create More than One AdSense Account.
#5. Don’t Try to Trick People into Thinking AdSense Ads are Not Ads.
Right Method to Apply For Google Adsense and Get Approved :
Doesn’t Everyone Get Approved?
To be honest, its shocking to hear how many people get declined from Google Adsense when they apply. I’ve received many emails from readers saying that their applications were declined. I’ve read complaints on forums or comments about the difficulty of getting approved with Google.
I personally have never experienced this. But I’ve also been very careful when I apply. Below you will find the process I have used to apply and get approved to Google Adsense.
Steps to Getting Approved :
In a nutshell, there are 5 steps to applying and getting approved to the Adsense affiliate program.
#1. Create a Valuable and Good Looking Site : Google wants to know that you have an valuable resource! So, in order to increase your chances of approval, you need to create original, articulate, and useful content! This should go without saying for any website; however, I can guarantee you that people have applied to Google Adsense with autoblogs, or copied articles. Then they wonder why they didn’t get approved.
In addition, you are more likely to get approved if you have a great looking theme or site. I recommend using a premium theme (if using WordPress) if possible. You can still use a free theme, but do your best to find one that looks high quality.
Finally, to give your site an extra boost on the “look” score, I recommend having a logo designed. You can do it yourself, or you can hire someone on Fiverr.com if you Want cheap. For $5 you can take a generic theme and make it look much nicer with a custom logo. 😉
Overall, make sure that your site is fully developed with content, logo, layout changes Before you submit the site to Google.
Note: You Cannot apply to Google Adsense using a site that has ever been used for Google Adsense before.
#2. Apply Online : You can apply online to Google Adsense Right Here. (For Blogger Users Apply From Blogger Dashboard) Ok next you will supply your website URL, Individual name or Business Entity, contact name (you if applying for yourself; could be someone different if you are applying as a business entity), mailing address, phone number, email address, and perhaps one other basic bit of information. You are not required to submit your TIN or bank account information at this stage yet. This will happen after you get approved.
Make sure to give accurate phone and physical address information. You will be Required to verify your phone number and they will mail you a PIN to the address you supplied. However, this does not occur until step 4.
The online application itself only take a few minutes to fill out.
#3. Place Ad Codes And Wait For Approval : Approval usually occurs within 24 to 48 hours now. If you follow my steps above for creating a unique site that has never been involved with Google Adsense before, you should have no issues getting approved quickly.
At that point, you will receive an approval email from Google that explains the process. Essentially you are “temporarily” approved until you meet other verification steps.
This means you can start placing ads on your site and you will see the clicks and revenue coming into your account. Google is simply monitoring your activity to make sure you are not clicking your own ads or sending suspicious traffic. As long as you leave your ads alone and don’t do anything suspicious – you should be fine.
In addition, you can also add the Google Adsense code to any of your other websites! You don’t have to apply for each new site. Once you have any approved account, you can use the same Adsense code on all your sites.
#4. Getting Verified: However, before you get paid, you need to verify a few things. “Pin Verification, Bank Account and Tax Information, Phone Number”First, Google will send you a PIN verification in the mail. This will come after a week to 10 days usually and minimum estimated earnings should be 10-15$.
#5. Be Smart with Your Ads : Finally, be smart about how you handle your Adsense code. Only put it on sites that meet the Google Adsense Guidelines Here. Don’t click your own ads and Never ask anyone else to ever click your own ads! This will get your account shut down.
Overall, stay in compliance with Google and enjoy the deposits coming to your account each month.
These are the exact steps that I have used many times to get myself,or the accounts of others approved to Google Adsense. On the surface, they are fairly straightforward but trust me, lots of people never get approved.
This could be for a number of reasons ranging from low quality content, to suspicious activity. But if you follow the steps that I’ve mentioned in this post, you should get approved without any issues.