Sep 5, 2017

Things to Do Before Applying for Google AdSense

Hello Welcome to Guide Tricks, the coolest texture on the web. Today I am going to discuss about Things to Do Before Applying for Google AdSense So, you actually want to apply for Google AdSense to make some few money from your blog and enjoy the life you always dream of? Who does not anyway? That’s the dream of every blogger to get AdSense approved. But, wait…...I’ve Something really to tell you. That’s not easy as you think. Google AdSense is very strict when it comes to approving new application. Everyone is trying to trick AdSense to get approved so they have made the process very hard. Don’t worry. You’re not alone. In this article, I’m going to share with you everything that you need to do before applying for Google AdSense program to actually get approve.

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Some common questions that you may have about Google AdSense are…  Ø How to apply for Google AdSense?
  Ø Does my blog qualify for AdSense or not?
  Ø Am I eligible to apply for Google AdSense?
  Ø What are Google AdSense requirements?
  Ø Why Google AdSense rejected my application?
  Ø What to do if Google AdSense reject my application?

Google AdSense is one of the oldest and great networks to offer ad publishing and works at Pay Per Click system. When it comes to the legitimacy of Google AdSense, it speaks for itself. Google AdSense have thousands and thousands of satisfied customers and publishers. AdSense pays on time, every time.
One more reason for choosing Google AdSense is that we can earn huge amounts of money if we do our work in right way. There are many bloggers who are making a complete living from their blogs and Google AdSense. Therefore, Google AdSense should be the number one choice among all the other available networks. It’s paying rates are better than all of other networks so that’s the biggest reason it is so popular among bloggers. But since everybody is running behind them, they have made the approval system very strict. You make little mistakes and get disapproved every time.

Doesn't Everyone Get Approved?

To be honest, it’s 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.
Here are few reasons why Google will reject your AdSense application.

Here are the most common rejection reasons and Google AdSense requirements that you should keep in mind before we get into details.

   1.    Page Type / Design of your blog: What will you do if you land a page with full bright yellow background with white text on it, having huge buttons all over the place? Yes, you’ll never visit that website again. Blogs which are poorly designed and are hard for the visitors to understand gets rejected by Google AdSense. You must have a good and neat design which comforts the eye and is beautiful in the look.

    2.    Insufficient content / Unacceptable site Content: Your website doesn’t 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 mistakes Google 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.

    3.    No Privacy Policy, About Us or Contact Us page: There are some pages which you must have before applying to Google AdSense if you want to get accepted. These are about us, privacy policy and contact us pages. These pages give the impression that you are a professional and that you are working according to the Google policies. Keep in mind that having a privacy page is also one of the requirements for Google AdSense.

     4.    Site Does Not Comply With Google AdSense Policies: No rich, unique and meaningful content, no organic traffic, pages with little to no original content or bad user experience through clear navigation and organization. Your website may be the one that drives traffic through illegal sources, sites with excessive keywords or poorly coded design are usually rejected. So you need a complete guidance and list of things that you need to do before applying for Google AdSense.

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  Ø Write High-Quality Content: The #1 thing you need to do before applying for Google AdSense is to write high-quality content. This is very important thing which you can’t ignore at any cost. I mean it!

  Ø Create Privacy Page for Your Blog: One of the common mistakes that most new bloggers. Even though there are people out there who say that having a privacy policy for a blog doesn’t make sense but they are wrong! If you don’t have it you cannot get approval simple is that.

  Ø Create About Page: Like privacy policy, you must have an about page so that you can get approved. This also shows that there is a real person behind the blog.

  Ø Verify Your Name and Email: When you apply don’t forget to put your name and email address in some easily visible area like about and contact pages. It will confirm to Google AdSense team that it is the same person who applied for AdSense and not some spam, crappy bots.

  Ø Have Some Good Number Of Posts: What should be the minimum number of posts before applying for Google AdSense? There is no confirmed answer. Not even one. Because I have seen very established blogs with 300+ posts and their owner telling me that Google AdSense is rejecting them while somewhere bloggers with few posts or even less than 10 are enjoying making money with AdSense. Exactly, what I said that there is no actual answer. However, we can always predict things.

  Ø Setup A Contact Us Page: It’s quite obvious that everyone has his/her own opinion. What one of your reader’s likes may be bothering someone else. Then it is better to give them an opportunity to speak up to you and tell how they feel about your blog, what they want to be edited, what they liked or hated.

  Ø Make Sure You’re 18+: This is the mistake that new bloggers are making who are less than 18. They write incorrect age and get into trouble. Use your correct date of birth and age while applying for Google AdSense account. Because Google AdSense is not for people who are under 18. Some people realize this problem after being disproved a few times without any legitimate reason.

  Ø Improve Your Blog Design: As mentioned earlier, you 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.

  Ø Check Your Content Type: Be careful with what type of content you are publishing. Because it is something that truly matters. Here are some common content types that are not accepted by AdSense. Pornography/Adult materials, Pirated Content, Hacking or Cracking Tutorials, Illegal Drugs/Paraphernalia, Any Other Illegal Stuff.

  Ø Remove Other Ad Networks: If you have any other ads placed like Chitika, Infolinks, Clicksor or anything, it’s time to drop them off. Make your blog free from ads. Even Google AdSense allows you to use other ad networks along with them, it’s better to remove the ads before applying and don’t put them back until you get a reply from AdSense team which usually takes anywhere from few days to weeks.

  Ø Check Your Traffic Sources: 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 asite 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.


To sum up, getting an AdSense approved is not really hard if you have a
quality website that is focused more on high-quality content, optimized for
search engines, uses a great design and with the good number of visitors.
Because that’s what Google wants from its every publisher. Make sure to do these things before applying for Google AdSense. I guess these are not too hard. Don’t be sad if Google AdSense doesn’t approve your blog. There are many other ways to make money online without AdSense. Hope for the best. One more thing, don’t reply too much on AdSense. Try to make money through your blog from other business models. Ads network will not give you much as other income methods like affiliate marketing and selling your own product.
Now here’s what I want YOU to do.

   ·  Click on social sharing buttons below and share this post with your friends, I’m sure they’ll love it!
    ·   Comment below and let me know your story about getting AdSense
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Hey! I’m Muhammad Abba Gana, popularly known as AbbaGana, a blog Scientist by mind and a passionate blogger by heart fountainhead of Guidetricks, Duniyan Fasaha, Duniyar Yau, Hanyantsirah, Gidan Novels, Abba Gana Novels and Be With Me Technologies, I am twenty something year old guy from Jimeta, Adamawa State, Nigeria. I’m a Freelance writer, Information marketer, professional blogger, Web designer, Internet speaker, software Developer and also an author. I make living with my laptop and can work from anywhere I find myself (as long as there is a power supply and a reliable internet connection).

1 comment:

  1. I'd be concerned about putting AdSense on my site, just because people may be turned off by having Google trackers on my page. I just have an issue playing into Google's interests by adding to their loads of data about internet users. Regardless of what we do, Google seems to win...and I'm not playing into that. This articl ( explains how Google can't be beat, but privacy advocates still avoid it.


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