Google AdSense Approval Tricks 2018: Here is how to Approve Google AdSense easily in 2018 in short but detailed guide. Are you still getting disapproved by AdSense then you’re at the right place! Every ads network have their own policy/rules. So, to Approve AdSense, You just need to make your Your Blog AdSense Friendly. In this guide, we have shared all the points that Google check before approving AdSense account. Yeah, these points are simple and if you follow this, you can Get Fully approved AdSense account in the very first attempt.

Why Google AdSense?

Google AdSense is the most trusted and oldest ads publishing company. With AdSense, we can earn lots of money if we do our work in the right way. Why is AdSense the best?

This is because of their ads quality, it’s totally awesome and one of the interesting things is that the paying rate of AdSense is better than all other ads network.

Google Adsense Approval Tricks

Google AdSense Approval Tricks

In 2013-2014, I applied for AdSense many times about 50+ times and that time it becomes impossible for me to Approve Google AdSense because whenever I applied, they rejected my application in their own style. LOL! Then I created another blog, before that, noted down all points related to AdSense i.e. why they reject an application. After that, I started doing experiments with those points and finally got Approved by AdSense in first attempt only.

From 2014 till now, I help many newbies bloggers, 95% of them got their Google AdSense Approved. In this post, I’m going to share all my experience with AdSense. So that you can prepare your blog for AdSense to get approved in the very first attempt.

Google AdSense Approval Tricks 2018

Approve Google AdSenseAre you ready to prepare your blog? Below are the Top 12 Points which AdSense looks in a Blog before Approving them. You have to follow all points to change your blog according to AdSense to make your blog AdSense friendly. Some people may call it as “Google AdSense Approval Tricks“. Let’s get started, shall we?

12 Tricks to Approve Google AdSense in 2018

#1 Buy TLD to Get Google AdSense Approved:

Domain Name is Required for AdSense

Top Level Domain (i.e. TLD) is necessary to get your blog approved by GoogleAdSense. Without TLD with sub-domain, there are very low changes (equal to 0%) of getting AdSense Approved. Even, if they approve your Google AdSense account application, you will get Hosted Account.

It is good to have your own custom domain (just like we have TricksGalaxy.com). The domain name is the foundation of your blog, suppose if you’re blogging on any platform with their free sub-domain. In future, for any reason they ban your account/blog then you will lose all authority and you will have to start from scratch.

If you blog with your own domain then you can shift your blog to whatever server you want, whenever you want without losing authority & ranking. And, Google loves authority. So, apply with your own domain and it will increase the chance of getting Google AdSense approved.

Solution: Various companies such as Godaddy, Bigrock etc. provides custom domain at a very low price for the first year. Just buy any TLD (.COM, .NET or .IN etc) in order to get approved Google AdSense Normal Account.

#2 AdSense Loves Clear Blog’s Title & Description:

I have seen in many cases AdSense disapproves an application just for the reason “Site Doesn’t Comply with Google Policy“. In such cases, AdSense either didn’t understand what your blog is about or your niche is different and is not related to their advertisers.

Problem: Many newbie bloggers create their blog and make their title too lengthy or just copy description from other blog and paste it to their own blog. Which becomes unnatural and boring to read for audience & AdSense Team,  and which doesn’t describe your blog properly.

Solution: Make your blog’s Title & Description very simple and clear. For example-

Tricks Galaxy is a tech blog where we publish article about Blogging, AdSense Tips & Tricks…………..related…to..your..niche..

#3 Create About, Privacy Policy & Contact Page:

To get approved AdSense application, your blog must have these important pages.

  • About Page: It describes your blog to your visitors and AdSense team. Also Through this page AdSense team may confirm that you’re the same person who applied for AdSense Publisher account.

Tips: Just add genuine information about the author(you) and your blog.

  • Privacy Policy: Google AdSense team may use this page to know your blog is compatible with Google policy or not, you’re publishing unique article or you’re just scam, and what will you do with user’s information!

Tips: Use any privacy policy generator tool to generator it for your blog or write it yourself it’s just 20-25 minute work.

  • Contact Page: It indicates that you do care for your users, visitor can contact us for further help and you’re ready to help them.

Tips: Make sure your blog is having a contact page with working contact form.

If you completed all above steps then move forward to further reading……

#4 Google Loves HQ & Unique Content:

Quality Content is the baap (father) of all points, without it you never get Normal Google AdSense Account. if you want Google to pass your blog to approve your AdSense application then remember one thing that Content is not king, ” Quality Content is King“. So, start including quality to your article which will not only help you to get AdSense but also make your blog different from others. Always give “ALT” tag to your images.

Write Article For AdSense

#5 Blog/Domain Age Should Be?

According to Google AdSense policy, your domain age should be minimum 6 months old in order to create AdSense account in India.

Can you wait for 6 months? I guessed the answer will be No! right?

Actually, Google wants quality and unique blog. If your blog meets their requirement, they will approve your application in 1 month only. I also made an AdSense account with 10 days old blog. Better to apply when your blogs become 45+ days old in order to get Approved in the very first attempt.

#6 No. of Content should be?

This is the most common question that comes to every newbie’s blogger till they get fully approved by AdSense. No. of posts isn’t mentioned officially, if you’re writing the article in 500+ words, apply for AdSense when your blog will have at least 15+ article.

#7 Template/Theme should be Adsense friendly:

The template plays a major role to establish a good interface between user and blog. The template must be responsive. You may probably be confused, which template to use. My answer is better to use those template/theme using which someone got their AdSense Approved.

#8 Add Favicon to your Blog:

Actually, a favicon is not necessary to approve Google AdSense but if you add a favicon, it will increase the uniqueness of your blog which is most important in case of AdSense.

#9 No Copied Content!

The common mistake that some newbies blogger make is that they just copy the article from other blog and post on their blog after that apply for AdSense and finally gets disapproved. If you are doing copy paste then you are just wasting your time.
Always make all external link “Nofollow” because the link is also considered as copyright.

#10 Traffic & Ranking Should be?

Traffic is not a big point for making or approving Google AdSense Non-Hosted Account. But wait, wait….. Just think for a while, you have approved Google AdSense account and your blog don’t have traffic then what’s the meaning/benefits of having AdSense account? Even, What will Google get for giving you an AdSense account.

In simple words, it’s business, if you will not earn and how Google will earn? If your blog doesn’t have any scope of traffic and why Google will make you their partner? So, for earning $$$ you must have good traffic. And if you’re getting traffic from US and Canada or good Traffic then this is plus point for you in order to approve AdSense.

#11 Did you read AdSense Policy?

If you still didn’t read Google AdSense  Terms & Condition then it is recommended to first read that line by line which will not only help you in approving Google AdSense account but also will make you aware of all the policy & rules. So, you’ll be safe for getting your AdSense banned..

#12 Make Your Blog Ads-free:

If you are using other Ads such as Chitika, Infolinks, Clicksor or anything, its time to remove them all. Don’t put back until you get Fully AdSense Approved. After approval, you may add back if you want.

Final Words:

I hope my experiment helps you in preparing your blog for Google Adsense. So, this was about How to Approve Google AdSense Fully in Very First Attempt in 2018 with these Simple Working Google Adsense 12 Steps Trick. Thanks for reading till the end, share your views in comments.

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26 COMMENTS

    • Hi Rajesh,

      I’m very happy to see that this is Amazing Article for you. And this post is about Google AdSense related to How To Prepare a Blog for AdSense and How to Approve AdSense In Very First Attempt.
      I will post a separate post about Media. Net

      Thanks for your valuable comments. Keep on visiting.

  1. No one is able to understand the algorithm of adsense as one of my friend got approved his adsense account after 1 long year.
    But if you work hard and write quality content google will index you fast and you will get search traffic in result bright chances of approving adsense account.

  2. Can I use custom domain on blogger platform and get success in blogging?Will there be any issues if I do not purchase hosting?I have seen several such blogs developed with Blogger and earning handsome income by placing ads on their blogs.Please reply me about the pros and cons..

    • Hey Ashutosh,

      Of course you can use custom domain on Blogger platform.

      Comming directly to main points.

      Success in Blogging doesn’t directly depend on which platform your Blog is hosted. Blogger & WordPress are two major platform for blogging.

      No, there will not be any issue if you don’t purchase hosting, you can also earn handsome income if you do blogging in right way no matter where your blog is hosted. Even Google doesn’t consider on which platform you blog is, they will always approve your AdSense account if you follow the points mentioned in this guide.

      However, there are many pros & cons of selecting Blogger and WordPress as blogging platform and are listed below. Here, by WordPress, I mean WordPress slef hosted.

      1) Blogger is Google’s product, so they have right to shut down your blog anytime if they find anything wrong with your Blog. On WordPress, you are the complete owner of your blog and you’re free to decide how long it should run and when you want to shut it down.

      2) On Blogger, you’re allowed to perform only specified task on your blog. But, WordPress is open source program, you can extend the features and for every task, a lot of plugins are available.

      3) There are lots of premium looking themes are available for WordPress while for Blogger there are limited.

      4) Moving your bloger from Blogger is a bit complex thing but you can easily move your WordPress from one hosting to another hosting.

      5) Since, Blogger is owned by Google, so your blog on Blogger is highly secured. WordPress is also secured but as it is slef hosted, so you’re responsible for all security issue. But, there are lots of plugins availble to make it more secure.

      6) On Blogger, you will have limited support but WordPress has very active support system. Even, you can talk with your hosting provider or theme provider separately ( depending on the type of service)

      Conclusion: I personally use WordPress for all the blogs. Even TricksGalaxy is running on WordPress self hosted. If you can purchase hosting then it is recommended to go with WordPress. However, no issues with Blogger. On both the platform, you can use Google AdSense. You can use Blogger and shift to WordPress whenever you want in future.

      Thanks for reading.

      Do let me know if you’ve any more questions.

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