GOOGLE ADSENSE APPROVAL GUARANTEED
I don’t know what went through your mind before you clicked on this article. A smart guess would, however, tell me you are probably a blogger. It could also be your curiosity getting the better of you. If you believe I have the magic formula to get you approved, then I am sorry to burst your bubble. I will, however, tell you a lot from experience and it’s not what you have already read elsewhere.
When you decide to blog for money and decide to do that through advertisements, then Google Adsense is your best bet. I am not saying the best way to make money blogging is by having ads on your blog. It would only work for you if your blog attracts a lot of visitors. If you have difficulty understanding, let me break it down for you. If you are able to get 1000 people to your blog every day, only 10 are likely to click on ads. Most will avoid clicking on the ads, because they are just not interested. The ads are however not there for fun. Most websites generate their revenue through ads.No blogger enjoys cluttering their blogs with ads but blogging bills must be paid. Since, out of 1000 visits you are likely to get 10 clicking on your ads, it makes sense to go for the best out there.
The first point of call for a blogger who decides to make money through ads is Google Adsense. They are the best. Don’t let anyone tell you different. The problem, however, is getting approval. It is very difficult and a quick search on google will attest to this. They have their rules and regulations which should make it easier but it doesn’t. Why don’t you try other ad companies then? There are always alternatives.
Google Adsense is inundated with requests simply because their pay is better than the others. Given the fact that you will only get a few clicks it makes sense to go for them.
Their ads are attractive and they will not clutter your site with too many ads. A lot of ads on your blog is the fastest way to lose traffic.
It is run by the most popular search engine. Once upon a time, there was Yahoo but Google quickly overtook them.
Another reason to go for Google Adsense is that you are assured of payment. Even though other alternatives will approve your application easily, getting paid can turn into a tussle.
With the reasons stated above, bloggers try their best to get approval but all is not rosy with Google Adsense after approval. Any wrong move on your part will result in your ban.
The quickest way to get banned is by trying to cheat. Don’t even dream of it. They would know. People claimed they accidentally clicked on the ads and were banned. That is rather harsh if it is indeed true.
Since approval was given based on the content of your blog, trying to change it to something else will likely get you into trouble.
Let’s say you have a travelling blog and you get google approved for that. As time goes on you start an adult blog and decide to post google ads on it. With this kind of blog, you will just be banned because Google does not approve blogs like that.This link will take you the rules and regulations of Google Adsense.
If after all this you still decide you want to apply, then let me guide you a bit. In seeking approval for Google Adsense you are likely to read all sorts of articles in a bid to succeed.
There are requirements you need to meet in order to get Read this in meeting these requirements you might still be rejected. The niche you choose for your blog might likely be the culprit in this scenario.
Getting rejected shouldn’t put you down. After a couple of rejections, you can still get approved. The best advice I will give is to make sure you meet all requirements and keep trying. Whenever you get rejected you get reasons for that but that might end up confusing you more.
It is still not easy to get approved but it is possible if you practice the following
Make sure your content is original. I am amazed how people can plagiarize and think they can get away with that.
The length of your article should be acceptable by their standards. Having an article with 150 words and lots of images might not help.
Some will tell you your blog needs to at least 3months old and have a certain number of articles. I don’t know if this pertains to certain countries only. I know bloggers who have had approval in two months with less than 20 articles
One thing I can tell you, however, the minimum number of words for their articles were in the region of 750 – 800.
If you want to get approved for Google Adsense, don’t let your first rejection faze you. It has happened to the best of bloggers.
All said and done if you still don’t get approved after several attempts just know that there are other ways to monetize your site.