How to get Google Adsense approved without rejection? //

Google Adsense is one of the most trusted & traditional advertising medium and they are the leading advertising company online, which majority of the website owners rely on to publish ads in order to monetize their content.

Why Google Adsense? why not other services?

Google Adsense offers a safe yet attractive way of publishing ads that increases your chances of getting more CPC rate for some geographic area visitor clicks as compared to other advertising companies online. They auction ads and publish ads which mostly relates to the content of owners and users preferences and of the way these high quality ads fit in within your posts and articles; so sometimes placement options given by Adsense platform allows us to place these ads which appears to the readers as part of the content, thereby increasing the chances of clicks. Now over placing of ads next to images are restricted by Adsense service, so please avoid this.

Google Adsense ads are of two types:

1.            Personalised ads: Here, a visitor sees those ads which are based upon his/her previous browsing activities.
2.            Non Personalised ads: Here, ads are generated in your website based on the content being read at that moment. In other words, a user sees contextual ads irrespective of his/her browsing history.
In this article, I’m not going to waste time by discussing much about How Google Adsense working and why it’s the most desired company when it comes to publishing ads?
Our motive is to avoid rejection by following the rules of Adsense. “Better safe than sorry; learn at first with experienced guidance”.

Let’s focus on how to get our website approved.
Several victims fall prey to scammers or paying some “experts” which is not worthy as they claim, put your work trust yourself. There are no shortcuts to receive an Adsense approval by fooling Google as claimed by some ‘scam experts’.

             Google will consider placing ads on your website only if it finds some potential in your site and content to draw traffic in the long run, which means you need to post high quality content in your website. Focus on what you are experienced in and at the same time it should help your article reader’s find solution for their doubts. When getting more traffic you would remain motivated and continue to post more quality content in near future.
•             Choosing niche that does not requires any sort of text content instead pictures may do so. For example, websites like photography site, forum site, social media website, Q&A site which attracts content from user itself, Google Adsense approves these kinds of sites too.

             If you choose niche which ultimately needs for content, make sure to post regularly. Either by yourself are by hiring a freelancer who creates content for your website as a paid service. Your website should have periodic fresh content. There is no such rule’s stating website owners should have specified number of articles to be published before applying for Google Adsense. But still, to be on safe side having a healthy number of posts having words close to or more than 1000 words with good amount of high traffic keywords helps faster approval.
             Self analyzing your content as a customer before applying for Adsense improves your website quality, i.e when you like of course others too likes your work. Share your posts in social media and note the response you get in return. Apply for Adsense only when you see improvements.

             Foremost rule of Adsense is your website or blog should be a registered domain name not third party free sub domain names such as ( or these are actually a subdomains of google. So, it’s not considered as you are owner of that domain.
As you might ask blogger has an option to have adsense account? Yes! But it’s obsolete now, you can use it’s template, theme but not subdomain. Blogger subdomain is not open for all geographic areas. So, ensure to meet the above criteria and register your domain.

             Privacy Policy. Remember to add a page describing your site’s privacy policy information that would safeguard every visitor’s personal information while and after they leave your site.
             About: Please ensure to add a ‘About page’ describing yourself as the owner/author/creator/admin of that website and the purpose of the website.

            Add a description about your website below your website title which must be specific about the niche what the website is serving & how it is helpful for the visitors.
             Contact; add a page which shows your personal or company address and phone number, this makes the Google reviewer feel the genuineness of your website/blog.

             Comment here your ideas which I might have missed. So, that it help other readers looking for more answers related to the topic.

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