Did Google just reject your blog or website in AdSense? In this article, I’ll reveal some secrets about how to get approved by Google AdSense, which took me several years to discover.
I currently have more than 10 websites in Google AdSense that bring about a $1,000 passive income.
In one of my previous posts, I covered what Google AdSense is. Today I’ll focus on how to get your website approved so that you start earning on this platform right away.
We’ll start by looking at the most common reasons why your website was not approved in Google AdSense.
Reasons Why Google Rejected Your Website In AdSense
There might be a variety of reasons why Google rejected your website.
Whatever the reason, it’s important to quickly understand what you need to fix to reapply, which might not be clear from Google’s interface. In addition, for some languages, the approval process is more complicated.
Considering getting your website Adsense approved might take several weeks, if you don’t fix your blog quickly, the whole approval process might take you several months.
Here are the most common reasons Google did not approve your blog or website in AdSense:
- Not enough content. If your website has 5 pages, it doesn’t even make sense to apply to the program. You will most likely be rejected.
- Misleading user interface. Before submitting your blog to Google AdSense, make sure it’s easy to navigate. Google prioritizes excellent user experience, so if, for instance, the Contacts page leads to your products and services, it may confuse both your readers and the engine.
- Low-quality content. If you created all of the content with AI or just published spun articles, that might be the reason why your website is not approved. Avoid duplicate content or excessive use of copyrighted material.
- Plagiarism. Google policies strictly prohibit copying someone else’s content. Their algorithm will see right through it and your blog will not be approved.
How To Get Your Blog Approved in Google AdSense
Getting approved for Google AdSense is easy if you know what to do and know their eligibility criteria. Based on my experience with over a dozen websites, here are some rules on how to get approved by Google AdSense:
- Populate your website or blog with original and valuable content. Ensure that your site is compliant with Google’s policies, i.e. your content is engaging and interesting. Make sure you have at least 20 content pages about 1000 words each or more.
- Check the domain and website age. In the past, Google had required that websites be at least six months old before applying for AdSense. This policy has been relaxed in the last few years, so now you can apply with a younger website. However, it’s still essential to have enough content and a good user experience.
- Develop a user-friendly design. Make sure your website has a professional and user-friendly design. It should be easy to navigate, load quickly, and be mobile-responsive. Create clear and intuitive navigation menus.
- Create an account in AdSense and connect your website. Once your application is reviewed and approved, you’ll receive an approval email. Sign in to your AdSense account and generate the ad code. Place the ad code on your website where you want the ads to appear. Ensure that the code is properly installed.
- Comply with AdSense policies. After being approved, it’s crucial to continue adhering to Google’s AdSense policies. Violations can lead to penalties, suspension, or termination of your AdSense account. Familiarize yourself with the policies and regularly check for updates.
Summary: How to Get Approved by Google AdSense
These were the main point that you need to comply with to get approved and start earning from AdSense as soon as possible.
Keep in mind that the approval process can take several days or even weeks, depending on your location, and the website language. If your website was rejected at first, don’t worry, you’ll be able to fix the mistakes and reapply.
Now it’s time to learn how to make money with Google AdSense.
Did it work for your blog? Let me know in the comments!