10 Proven Steps to Get Adsense Approval (Beginner’s Guide)

Do you want to make money blogging? Great Idea!

So, we’ve several ways to make money from a blog. As a method, earning by displaying ads is the most common and easiest way to make money blogging.

And, Google AdSense is the best way to do it.

How do get into it?

If you already have a new clean blog or website that wants to monetize, you can apply for Google Adsense easily. Once you applied, Google Adsense will allow you to earn money online by displaying ads on your blog or website.


But the problem is how you can get the Adsense approval for your blog? is there anything behind that works well?

In this post, I’ll walk around by showing you how you can easily have a Google AdSense account to make money by creating a new blog.

Let’s get into the process!

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1. Choose the Perfect Domain Name

If you’re serious about blogging, I recommend you start a self-hosted blog with WordPress and make sure to purchase a Top-level domain (TLD) for your blog.

This is an essential point to get your AdSense application approved. Also, it will help you to get significant traffic through SEO (search engine optimization).

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Or, you can head over to the Namecheap website to purchase a domain name at the lowest price. Once you’ve owned a domain name, you can connect it to your blogger blog or WordPress blog.

In addition, make your domain easy to remember and keep it short. You can also use your own name for your personal blog. Again, it should be a top-level domain. It’s a must for Adsense approval.

2. Start Your Blog

It’s time to start building your blog using your brand new domain. There are so many blogging platforms out there.

But, I highly recommend you choose self-hosted WordPress.

Yes, it will cost you some money to purchase hosting for your blog.

But, if you’re going to start a profitable blog instead of just trying blogging, you need to take it seriously.

3. Add a Contact Page

One of the simplest ways to increase engagement on your blog is to add a contact page. This page gives visitors an opportunity to leave you feedback and send you an e-mail, provide feedback on your blog, or request personal attention.

4. Add Legal Pages

You should deeply look into this to make your blog Adsense ready. Make sure to add all relevant legal pages, including About, Privacy for your blog.

Adsense will surely look at those pages. Add these pages to your blog carefully to get Adsense approval fast.

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Also, make sure to add those pages to your blog’s footer or header. It will help everyone to see those pages efficiently.

Also, remember to write it n a way that your typical blog reader can clearly understand. If not, it could have a bit of bad luck to get rejected your application.

To generate those legal pages, you can use TermsFeed.

5. Ensure Your Blog is Clean

It’s not only to get approved your Adsense application. Just keep it clean every time for your readers. Don’t put annoying ads and popups everywhere. Use fresh and elementary colors.

Just think about user experience and choose a clean theme for your blog.

6. Keep Publishing Unique Content

This is the main part and the key to your success. Always write the content on your own. Never copy someones else.

Adsense mainly looking around your content. Write your blog with unique and relevant content. There are some AdSense policies about what kind of content is acceptable which people should read.

However, I highly recommend you read their policies before applying.

It’s always better if you can write about 15-25 acceptable blog posts.

The reason is your blog needs to keep updating with your blog posts and you also need to build a good audience around it. Simply, If you don’t have enough blog traffic, nothing will happen!

Simply, write for your readers, not for AdSense!

7. Don’t Use Any Copyrighted Images or Text

Just get it to your mind. Never use any image or text of someone’s copyrighted content on your blog. If you want to add images to your blog, you can use your own images or free stock images. That’s good and make sure to give them relevant credits if you are going to use free images.

8. Drive Traffic to Your Blog

You should drive at least 100-200 daily visitors to your blog. That is enough with your good unique content. Sometimes Adsense will approve the application at low traffic because of good exclusive content.

Always think about your content quality. You can use SEO, Pinterest, and social media tools to increase your blog traffic organically.

9. Don’t Use Other Ads Before Getting Adsense

Keep building your blog. But never display any ads from other ads networks. If you have any of these, remove them, and you’re good to go.

Make sure to remove any of the ads before you applying to Adsense!

Using a lot of ads may slow down your page loading speed. On the other hand, if you’ve already filled your blog with dozen of ads, how do you put Adsense ads?

10. Apply for the Google Adsense

Once your blog gets reaches six months old or near with good traffic, it’s time to apply for Adsense.

But, remember that six months is not mandatory.

However, that is could be a crucial growing period of your blog. If you think your blog is ready for AdSense, you can apply for AdSense with your own Google account.

After you submit your application, it will take 2 or 3 working days, or sometimes it will only take up to 7 days to approve. Make sure your email inbox is active!

Final Thoughts

AdSense is a great way to monetize your blog. But I know most people don’t know how to apply and which things should they have to do before applying for Google AdSense.

I hope these steps will help you more to get approved your Google AdSense account quickly.

So, that’s my experience with the Adsense approval process, and those are the things that were I do for getting AdSense to my blog.

Always look at your blog from a visitor’s side, make some valuable fresh content for them, and keep writing and updating.

Feel free to share your experience below in the comment section below. And don’t forget to share this with your new blogging friends!

Happy blogging!

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    18 thoughts on “10 Proven Steps to Get Adsense Approval (Beginner’s Guide)”

    1. Thank you for the tips. In regards to pictures…On my blog, I used a picture from an establishment's website. When you the click the picture it takes you to their website and when you hover over the picture I placed a tag that says " This photo is from the hotel's website." Is this the correct way to handle? Thank you!

    2. You have elaborated clear and concise manner. I love the way you make things clear and easy to follow. I have been blogging for the past six months, yet I don't want to apply for Google Adsense. I feel like I still need to publish more articles. Would you please take a glimpse of my website and give me feedback?

    3. Thank you for sharing, great content. I have always wanted to be a successful blogger. I love reading blogs like yours. It is very informative. I started my new blog 3 weeks ago. I’m trying to make it look professional like yours. If you want you can take a look at my blog here: kialyblog.blogspot.com Please if you do, let me know what you think about my blog!

    4. I’m still on the fence about ads. Most of the time, I don’t like the way they look. The post is helpful and mAkes the process sound straightforward, I may try it. Can I delete them, if I don’t like how it looks?

      • Hello Rajesh,
        Yes it’s depends on what you blogging. That why I’m mention here to use a clean theme. I’m still not using a premium one. The thing is we have to balanced both of the user experience and the ads placements well. Premium themes has some more functionalities. So you have to decide what is the best layout for your blog. “Astra” is good for beginners.


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