If you’re looking forward to having Google’s targeted ads on your web pages, this article is for you. Google AdSense offers web publishers or blog site owners the opportunity to earn money from the content they publish online. To sign up for the Ads programme is free but there are minimum requirements that any participating site is expected to meet. Once approved, you’ll be able to display targeted text, video or image advertisements on your website or blog spot.
With Google AdSense, you’ll earn money when site visitors view or click the ads on your web pages. Nevertheless, to have Google approve your website to participate in the Ads programme, you’ll need to have web pages that are compliant with Google AdSense Programme Policies. Building web pages that are consistent and meet the programme policies may seem daunting for many publishers. The objective of this write-up is to provide some useful tips that you can use to get Google AdSense approval in less than one day for your new or old site.
Google AdSense Approval – The Secrets You Must Know and Apply
Before you set out, be clear on your AREA OF INTEREST and define your scope. This is very important. Don’t just start a blog site or website because your friends are doing so. You MUST have a passion for what you want to do. Be ORIGINAL! The truth is that blogging is noble, very vast and there’s space for everyone – new and old. If you’re certain about the scope of your blog, we can now go ahead to have a look at the secrets of Google AdSense approval. Here is the list of things you must know and apply before submitting your request for Google AdSense approval:
1. Domain Name and Web Browser
To be successful, choose a domain name that is relevant to your area of interest. It’s weird to see websites having FASHION content and the domain name shows “www.techdigest.com” for example. This logically does not make sense. Try and get your domain name right from day one. This will help you to concentrate on a particular field at least until you have AdSense approved for your website. Make sure you maintain single web browser of your choice for your website or blog. The web browser should solely be used for article publication, Google Search Console and Google Analytics related activities. Do NOT use the web browser for research purposes. ‘Have a clean work space – the web browser, I mean’. Use another web browser for research when necessary.
2. Site Structure and Ease of Navigation
Always maintain a simple site structure and make sure your navigational tools are visible to users. Visitors should be able to engage with your website without difficulties. Keep menus, tabs and radio buttons as simple as possible in order to enhance user experience when they visit your site. If you’re building a new WordPress website, we recommend MANTRA Theme. This is because the Mantra theme is probably one of the best themes in terms of navigational tools. It is also a free WordPress theme that you can download and activate. Note that you can change the Mantra theme when you have AdSense approval.
3. Build your Contents for Users NOT for Search Engines
Many bloggers in a bid to get their articles rank fast, try to build their contents for search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc, instead of users. Google will NOT approve your new website if you indulge this kind of practice. You may ask. What does it mean to build content for the search engine instead of users? A good example looks like this: “Outlook Sign In – How to Sign in to www.outlook.com“. This type of title is basically meant for the search engine to learn and serve. It is a policy violation.
4. Content Length and Grammar
Ensure that your posts or articles are original and adequate. Use a maximum of one image in the body of your article except where it’s extremely necessary. Web pages that are mainly pictures are rarely approved. Always maintain a minimum of 400 words with clear paragraphs. You can use third-party software such as Grammarly for spelling and punctuation checks. Make sure you have at least 10 articles before you request for Google AdSense approval for your website.
5. Use of Outbound, Inbound Hyperlink or Social Icon on Web Pages
DO NOT! I repeat. DO NOT use any outbound, inbound hyperlink or social link button on your new site BEFORE approval. The only exception to this is the Facebook Fan Page, which you can use before getting Google AdSense approval.
6. Connect your Website to Google Search Console Before Application
Before you apply for Google AdSense, submit your sitemap to Google Search Console and request indexing for your articles. This will help Google learn about the content of your website or blog.
It is important to review the Google AdSense Programme Policies at support.google.com/adsense/ before you start your application process. This will provide you with additional information you need to succeed. Best of luck!