How to Get Approved Google AdSense account? This is the most asked questions by my reader and subscribers. So here in this article you all guys get ready to know the answer.
How To Get Approved Google AdSense Account In First Attempt?
I am going to share the secret tricks to get Approved Google AdSense Account. I am not much successful in blogging till now and still I am a newbie and I have just started this blog, (in 24 August 2017) and getting approval for “AdSense Account” in Just couple of months.
So just wanted to share experience as how I got approval for AdSense in 10 days, and only (twenty) posts at the time of approval AdSense.
Follow the Steps To Get Approved Google AdSense Account:
Get Custom Domain
Firstly, You need to purchase a custom domain. Custom Domain has most important role for getting AdSense approval.
CustomDomain not only helps you to get AdSense approval it will also help your site to rank better in search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo etc.
You can purchase a high level domain from GoDaddy.
Use Top Level Domain Extention
Now days Google AdSense is giving approval to the site with top level custom domain extention like( .com, .in, .org, .net) This method also helps your site to Get Approved google AdSense Account.
I will suggest you to purchase domain with .com extension
Domain age are always plays a very important role in “AdSense” approval process if you live in Asian Subcontinent countries. your domain age should be minimum of 6 month old, in AdSense policy. but i think a domain with age one and half month is sufficient for the AdSense approval.
But in some cases it’s not true. If your blog is getting sufficient traffic, so you don’t have to wait for next 6 month.
The main reason of AdSense Rejection is the design of the blog. Websites with difficult navigation are mostly rejected by AdSense.
All you need to do is Making your blog’s design neat and clean.
- Choose Responsive Blog Themes
- Make Easy Navigation Bar
This helps in making site more users friendly. and you easily get Approved Google AdSense Account.
Average Page Views
This is the most common question a newbie blogger ask before applying to the AdSense. How much traffic really it needed to get approval?
My experience is 150 to 200 page view is Good to apply for AdSense account. and 200 daily page views are not too much you can also get real, or target traffic to social media sites, or blog promotion or even blog commenting method to get this much traffic.
Number Of Posts, Length and Quality
I will suggest you to make at least 30 to 35 quality posts before you apply for Google AdSense. But many bloggers have received AdSense approval with even 10 to 15 posts.
Plenty number of bloggers who are still getting rejected with more then 100 posts. so be relax and write good post. if people like your post, you get more chance to approval.
The length of every single post should over 350 words. It is good for your blogs seo and even for getting approval.
Always write Quality content of Posts. and never copy anyone’s post else Google will detect easily and can reject your application.
So always try to write quality posts and try to have at least 350 to 450 words in each article.
Google or any other search engines love lengthy and unique blog posts. always use your common sense to write your good article.
Make Necessary Pages
Now your blog is ready for Google AdSense approval. After doing these things you can get approved Google AdSense account for your website.
Which Platform is Best? Blogger or WordPress?
The answer is very simple. Both platforms are best
Blogger is a free blog hosting service. Acquired by Google in 2003, it offers a quick and easy way to create a blog for non-tech-savvy users.
- Blogger is free.
- It’s easy to use and manage without any technical skills.
- Has the added advantage of Google’s robust secure platform and reliability.
Note: Blogger is free but I will suggest you to purchase a domain name for your blog before apply for AdSense.
- You’re limited to basic blogging tools, and can’t add new features as your blog grows in popularity.
- Design options are limited, with fewer templates available. Third party templates for Blogger are often low quality.
- Google can suspend your blog at any time, or even cancel the Blogger service altogether.
- Blogger does not receive frequent updates or new features.
WordPress.org is an open source software platform which allows you to build your website or blog on your own. It is a self-hosted solution, which means you will need to sign up with a WordPress hosting provider.
Don’t confuse between wordpress.org and wordpress.com
- WordPress.org gives you control over every aspect of your website.
- You can grow your blog and add extra features like forums, online store, and membership options to it.
- There are thousands of free and premium themes available for WordPress. This allows you to create a beautiful website that stands apart from the crowd.
- You also get access to more than 45,000 free plugins. These plugins are like apps for your WordPress blog, allowing you to add all kinds of new features.
- WordPress is search engine friendly.
- Managing your own website comes with a bit of a learning curve.
- You will have to manage your own backups and security.
- WordPress is open source platform but need to pay for domain and hosting to access wordpress
Which Hosting is Best?
HostGator has been in business since 2002 and offers a wide array of web hosting services. There are three levels of shared hosting plans which all come with cPanel and can be used for blogging all the way up to business sites. At one time, HostGator was one of the top rated web hosts.
Currently I’m using Hostgator’s hosting service for my blog. Hostgator is best for WordPress site hosting. But you need to pay for it!
- Unlimited Disk Space
- Unlimited Bandwidth
- Host Unlimited Domains (except Hatchling Plan)
- Unlimited MySQL Databases
- cPanel Interface
- 99.9% Uptime Guarantee
- 45 Day Money Back Guarantee
- Slower Customer Support Response Times
- Support has been spotty in the past.
- Site performance not always the best in the past.
- Restore from backups requires additional fee.
- Not the most economical option for business hosting.
That’s it for now. AdSense is waiting for you keep motivated never give up🙂
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