Friday, January 27, 2023

How to get Google AdSense Approval Fast

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If you are looking to get your Google AdSense approval fast. Then you made a good decision by clicking on this blog link. Yes! You are lucky because this article will help you get your Google AdSense approval fast without beating yourself up anymore. 

What is Google AdSense?

Google AdSense is a program that allows you to place ads on your website. If a reader or someone clicks on one of these ads on your website, you earn money in return. Google AdSense is easy to set up and can be integrated with most websites like Blogger or WordPress.

How to get Google AdSense Approval Fast

When it comes to getting Google AdSense approval, there is no definitive answer to this question because the approval process for Google AdSense can vary depending on the individual website and its content. However, I’m going to share some tips on how to get Google AdSense approval faster without going through many processes of paying a freelancer to do the work. All you will need now is to continue reading the steps I’m about share with you.

Also Read: How to Start A Blog with less than 300GHS and make at least 700 GHS Monthly

Over the past three years, I have been helping bloggers and website owners to get their websites or blog approved by Google Adsense with the below steps I’m about to share with you guys today. 

There are a few key things that you can do to make sure that your application is processed quickly. These guidelines have worked on both Blogger and WordPress, so don’t worry if you are using any of these platforms for your approval or blogging job. To avoid getting rejected by Google Adsense : 

1. Post original content

One of the most important ways to get Google AdSense approval fast is to write your content. This content includes the images, text, and videos you will be posting on your blog or website. All these should be your material. Make sure your website has original content that is interesting to read. If your contents are not interesting to read, you will not get much traffic (visitors) to your blog or website. You can find many ideas for content on blogs like wikiHow, Instructables, and other writing sites. Be sure to write articles that are unique and helpful. Don’t copy someone else blog articles or content.

2. Make sure your website is well-designed and easy to navigate

To get your Google AdSense approval faster, make sure your blog or website looks clean and professional. You can check already AdSense-approved blogs or websites and check out how they’ve designed their websites example, blogger blog regcollins.com and this WordPress blog extratrendsgh.com. You can see from the design that these two blogs are well designed, with all pages accessible. Make your website easy to navigate so that visitors can find what they are searching For. 

You must have a navigation bar on the top of your site that links to the different pages on your site. For example, when you click “Tech” on this website, it directs you to the tech page. Make sure you also have a search box on your site so that visitors can search for specific terms on the site.

3. Make sure to have a Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions page

Google AdSense approves websites or blogs with the Privacy Policy and, Terms and Conditions page easily. when you check on this very website or the blogger blog regcollins.com you can see these pages explaining how your Privacy and Terms and Conditions are being used or protected. You can use the Privacy Policy generator or copy and mine and replace them with your own details and information.

4. Make sure to have a contact us page on the site 

Your website needs to have a contact us page where visitors will contact you if they need to reach you. Google AdSense checks these pages before they approve your blog or website, so if you have a website and you are getting rejected by AdSense, make sure all these pages are on your website.   

5. Make sure to have at least 15 – 20 blog posts published 

Most people get rejected by Google AdSense because of a lack of content on their website. Publishing blog posts keep people coming back to your website. You need to make sure that you are constantly writing new and engaging content. Publishing articles will not only keep your website top of mind but will also attract new visitors to your blog or website. Make sure you published these posts before you apply for Google AdSense.

6. Make sure to submit your website to Google Console

 Before you submit your website to Google AdSense, make sure your website appears on Google, most people forget this and later get their website rejected by AdSense. It is a privacy policy violation for AdSense not to see your blog on the google search engine. When you submit your website to Google console, it arranges your blog post. You can type site:yourwebsitename.com to see how google organizes your blog posts. 

Conclusion 

Google AdSense is one best platforms for bloggers and website owners to make money on their blogs or website getting approved is very difficult but worth it. Using the above method will get your website approved within one to two weeks. There is this misconception that your website needs to be at least three months or more before you can get Google AdSense approval. It is never true. This blog, “extratrendsgh.com,” is only one month old, but because I follow the instructions by Google AdSense, you can see Ads displayed on my website. Once you get approved by AdSense, avoid clicking on your own Ads, or else your Google AdSense account will be suspended or terminated. Remember, you are only required to create only one Google AdSense account. 

Let me have your feedback in the comment section if you get Google Adsense approval faster with the above steps. 

Cheers !!

Collins Tagoehttps://extratrendsgh.com
A Film Director | Director of Photography | A Programmer | Video Editor | Blogger

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