Whether you’re running a blog, a YouTube channel, or any other online platform, monetizing your content through AdSense can be a game-changer. Today, we’re diving into a topic that many of you content creators have been asking about; How to get Google AdSense approval fast!
I can remember I applied for Google AdSense the same day I created my website. I just created both the website and Google AdSense because I learned that one way to make money from your website is through Google AdSense, but as you can tell, my application was rejected. I got my website approved after 7 months and as of then, I’ve reapplied about 4 times.
The funny thing is after that I’ve created two other websites for myself and I’ve also created about 6 other websites for other people (actually my clients) and these websites got AdSense approval in just 24hrs or two days max.
You don’t just apply to Google AdSense because you have a website, there are things you need to do in order for your account to be accepted. In this blog post, I will give you a few tips to get your website approved fast.
How to Get your Website approved fast
Tip #1: Content and Website Design
First and foremost, content is king. Before even thinking about AdSense, focus on creating high-quality content that’s original, valuable, and engaging. Google wants to ensure that the ads they display are on reputable, well-maintained platforms. So, take your time to craft your content and make it stand out. Originality is key! Make sure your content is unique and not copied from other sources. Plagiarism will not only harm your reputation but also jeopardize your chances of getting AdSense approval.
Be cautious with copyrighted material. Avoid using copyrighted music, images, or videos without proper authorization. Google takes copyright violations seriously, so steer clear of any potential legal issues.
You should make sure your website is complete. I mean your website design and pages are ready. There shouldn’t be any page empty or with demo contents. You should have at least 30 contents before applying. If you don’t have content on your website, there will be nothing that brings traffic to your website. And if you don’t get traffic, you can’t make money from your website.
The design of your website or channel matters. Ensure that your platform looks professional, is easy to navigate, and is mobile-responsive. A clean and user-friendly design not only impresses visitors but also AdSense reviewers.
Tip #2 Traffic and Audience
Building traffic and an audience is crucial. AdSense often requires you to have a steady stream of visitors or viewers. Promote your content through social media, SEO, and other marketing channels to grow your audience. Make sure you get at least 20 visits from search engines daily. If you don’t get visits, there is no point in registering in the first place because you won’t be earning anything.
Wait until your website has enough content and receives traffic from search engines. I understand you want to start making money as soon as possible, but if you don’t have traffic, you won’t make the money even when you have a Google AdSense account. All you will be seeing is like 1-5 cents a day. Does that make up to anything?
Tip #4: Enable Comments
Make sure your website comment section is not disabled, your website must accept comments. I could remember that this was what I did last and my first website was accepted. I came across something like, giving room for interaction with the audience on one of the Google guide pages. So, if you don’t have comments enabled on your website, make sure to do that.
Tip #5: Be Patient
Last but not least, be patient. AdSense approval can take some time. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t get approved right away. Keep improving your content and website, and reapply when you’re confident you meet all the criteria. Also, let your blog grow first before applying. Especially news bloggers. Most of you guys that own news blogs, you know, those of you that solely depend on social media traffic. If your traffic is from social media with no search engine traffic, you might get your account disabled for invalid traffic when accepted.
Make sure you are getting traffic from search engines before applying. Your primary traffic source should be search engines. Make sure traffic from social media does not exceed that of the search engine. Because Google will think you are telling people from your social media pages or Facebook groups to come to your website and click on ads. You will battle with a lot of invalid traffic issues which may later result in your Google AdSense account getting banned.
And there you have it, guys—tips to get Google AdSense approval fast. Remember, it’s all about quality, originality, and compliance with Google’s policies.
In all, your reason for creating Google AdSense is to get as much traffic as possible and make money from that traffic and not looking for tricks to just make money off AdSense without offering any value to Google Advertisers.
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