How to Get Google AdSense Approval

Google AdSense is one of the best and popular ways to monetize your blog and make money from it.  It is every webmasters and blogger dream to get approval from AdSense. But getting approval from Google AdSense isn’t an easy job. You have to work on different aspects of your website to eligible it for Adsense approval.

In this post, I am going to show you how to get AdSense approval in the very first step. You have to follow their terms and publishers policies to enable ads on your blog or website. Let’s check them out.

Duplicate accounts

Make sure that you don’t have previously approved or disapproved account. If you have any make sure that you have closed that accounts and proceed with a new email and mobile number. If your previous account gets suspended due to invalid click activity then you will not get approval from AdSense.

Top Level Domain Name

In this professional world, you have to use Top level domain names like .COM,.NET,.ORG, etc. Google always accept the application with top level domain names. Do not use free domain extensions as they are used for spamming and fraudulent activities.


To get approval from AdSense, you have to provide quality and original content. Original content means that the article has been written solely in your own words. Do not try to scrape content from other sources and rewritten other articles from others.  Google really don’t like this.

So, Make sure that your content is unique, original. It will increase the chances of getting approval from AdSense. Also, keep in mind that your blog has enough content. I highly recommend you to apply after 20 quality and informative blog posts. Keep your post long minimum of 1000+ Words.

Avoid Copyrighted materials

Avoid using copyrighted materials like images, videos, etc. Always use images from stock images sites like Shutterstock, pixabay, etc. Keep everything on your own and make sure that everything looks original.

Add important pages

Google AdSense certain pages requirements like you have to add “About us”, “Privacy Policy”, “Contact Us”, “Disclaimer and Terms”, etc.  Having these pages will make your site more genuine and your readers know to whom they are engaging with.

Make sure that you have mentioned everything in your “about us” page like about your blog (elaborate your blog topic) and about yourself. Use your own original photo. It will increase the chances of your approval.

Use Single niche blog

To quickly get approval from Google AdSense to keep your blog in a single niche. It will help understand the AdSense reviewer to understand the topic of your blog. A single niche blog is also very helpful to add more quality content on regular basis.

Keep your Navigation and Design simple

Always use premium and simple theme for your blog. Make sure that your blog has enough white space. Keep your blog sidebar clean and simple. Add social media buttons to your blog.  Keep your blog navigation clean and user-friendly. Use Sitemap for your blog.

Pro tip: Do not display your categories in menu section until you have enough blog posts for every category. So, if your blog is new ditch your category to show in the menu.

Work on your site traffic

Your site traffic has nothing to do with the AdSense approval though it is advisable that you apply after when you have 100 visitors per day for your blog. This will expedite the approval process. Also use genuine traffic sources like Search Engines, Social media, and other organic traffic sources.

Over to you

Getting Google AdSense approval isn’t too hard as you think. If you work on the above tips, I can assure you that you will get AdSense approval very quickly and probably in your first application. You have to be patient and work on adding more content to your blog. Always remember that making a blog for your readers not for AdSense. It will automatically make your blog eligible for AdSense.

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