Google Adsense is a very popular pay per click program. When someone clicks on those ads that’s served by Google, then website owner or blogger get some money. Google Adsense is the primary blog monetizing service for new bloggers as per they think.
Every newbie and rest of all think start to monetize their blog with Google adsenseprogram. As per their wish, they fill Google Adsense sign up form. But most of all not able to approve by Google Adsense. There are reasons for not approving by Google. In this post, I will tell you how you approved by Google Adsense.
First of all, for Google Adsense sign up, you need a clear about page that’s represents your bio, your platform, your websites topics that are covered by your. A good about page that’s represents you and your topic will get much priority by Google to approve.
For Google Adsense sign up, you need a contact page for understanding that, are you really want to help people and are you really reached by people that’s you presents in your blog.
For Asian country, I think we need to at least 6 months old website for approving Google Adsense. I think site age varies for different countries for Google Adsense sign up.
If you under 18, then you will not able to apply for a Google Adsense account.
You need at least 40 to 50 posts for approving. Al posts must have 400+ words. Everybody knew that good and quality content attracts more traffic. And long article like 2000+ words, that’s attracting more traffic for your post.
Top Level Domain
Now these days for Google Adsense sign up, domain extension creates an impact to approve. Those days are gone when sub domain like WordPress, Weebly could easily get approved by Adsense.
Other Ad Networks
You will not able to approve by Google Adsense because if you still play with other ad networks. But only with Infolinks, you will not get any problem, but if you are playing like Chitika, bidvertiser, clicksor then you will face the problem. Lastly, I want to say you that, read Google Adsense guideline for better results.
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