Google AdSense is the best ad network to make money on a website or blog. It’s 90% better than any other CPC advertising program. It gives top CTR publishers every web page. Publishers can earn a lot of revenue every day from Google AdSense. Every new webmaster has a dream to make money on their website with this ad network. But unfortunately, many of them fail. AdSense has introduced some strict rules and requirements. It seems difficult to get AdSense approval for our own blog. But we know that nothing is impossible.
The good news is, “Applying Google Adsense with a new blog is now really easy if you follow a few basic rules from the beginning of your blog.” When I first tried it, I failed to get approval. But, following these rules, I now have an approved AdSense account. Thinking about this topic, I decided to share the basic rules of AdSense.
First Ready Your Blog Before Applying for Adsense:
AdSense Administrators always approve blogs that meet their needs. First of all, you need to prepare your blog for this process. First check if your blog is considering these requirements. Now, there are some basic requirements laid out by the AdSense team, and there are known hooks and tricks that work. For example, this official page states that for countries such as China and India, publishers must own the website for at least six months, which is not a legal rule. Most Indian bloggers are approved with a month old domain. The only thing that really matters here is “quality”. Take a look at the factors that make AdSense your blog ready:
01. Write High-Quality Contents:
A proverb in writing “Content reigns” will help you understand this need. A high quality blog is identified with high quality content. Excellent content content is unique, embellished, expressive and clear composite content. Some black hat webmasters say that a copy paste content of only 100-200 words is sufficient. But I can assure him that his journey to AdSense will definitely come to an end. I think, how can a blog post or content be only between 100-200 words? In my judgment a title cannot be fully described in 100-200 words. If the copy and paste content is sufficient, anyone can declare him a blogger. Please note, Google Adsense does not approve blogs with copyrighted content. A well-optimized blog post should be 100% unique and more than 500-600 words. Therefore, always write a blog post beyond this limit, it should be unique that clearly determines the post title.
02. Optimize Blog Post with Meta Tags and Make It Search Engine Friendly:
Optimize your unique blog post with the meta title and description tag.(SEO) Meta tags describe what content crawling bots have. Not all websites that apply for AdSense approval can be checked by the AdSense editorial board. So, positively they will use their crawling boats. Bots will check every step of your blog. That’s why you have to be sure; You have specified these tags with the appropriate information.
Please note that your meta title must be between 69 characters (including spaces), and the meta description must be between 156 characters (including spaces).
03. Have Sufficient Contents or Posts:
You must direct sufficient content or notes on each page and category. Overall, your entire blog should have 15-30 blog posts. This is not an official statement. But, I recommend that everyone at least get it. Therefore, you should have at least 3-4 posts per category, tag and page. Google AdSense says that we need to have enough content on every web page. Therefore, we must add the contents of all pages and categories. There should be no blank page with no content. These posts should be at least 500-600 words long, since it is the best blog post length. The longer you length, the more likely you are to get Google AdSense approval.
04. Blog Domain Must Old At least 6 Months:
As I mentioned above, in some countries like India and China the domain needs 6 months to apply for AdSense. Here is the official statement from the AdSense team,
In some locations, including China and India, we require publishers to have owned their sites for 6 months. We’ve taken this step to ensure the quality of our advertising network and protect the interests of our advertisers and existing publishers.
Some blog domains are less than six months old. Even, I only got my AdSense account from a two month old domain. Can you imagine However, for some terrain the average domain age should be six months.
05. Visitors Are Not a Factor for Approval Yet:
For AdSense approval, visitors are not a factor. Because you get approval based on the quality of your blog. The AdSense Administrator guarantees that you will never check the number of visitors. So, don’t worry about visitors. But to generate revenue, you need to have enough visitors.